A California Non-Profit
Public Benefit Corporation
Qualified as a Charitable
under Section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
and Section 23701(d) of the California Statutes
A Charitable Project
Knights of Columbus
California State Council
Helping those with Intellectual Disabilities
Foundation Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities, Inc. is dedicated
to improving the quality of life, learning, and main stream employment for
children, teens, and adults with Intellectual Disabilities.
The Foundation will
accomplish this mission by raising funds to create a variety of state-wide
programs such as education in residential care facilities, the Special
Olympics, on the job training and summer camps for people of all ages, regardless of race, creed, color, or gender.
Foundation Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities, Inc. is a nonprofit public
benefit California Corporation. It is organized exclusively for
charitable or educational purposes benefiting people with intellectual
disabilities. The Foundation has been found to be in compliance with
the provisions of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Foundation was
incorporated in the State of California in 1988 and has held an annual fund
raising drive every year.
In the first twenty-six years, the Foundation has collected over $16-million
for people with intellectual disabilities, primarily children. The long term
goal is to reach and exceed $1-million per year in donations.
This money has been collected by Knights of Columbus councils throughout the
State of California with the cooperation of many other organizations.
The money collected is returned to organizations in the local community
caring for people with intellectual disabilities. These organizations include
learning centers, respite care homes, and recreational programs such as the
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First Online: December 29, 2004 -- Last Updated: Last Updated: February 8, 2019