Stephen at the Queen’s Special Olympics many years ago


My brother Stephen who has Autism at the Queen’s Special Olympics many years ago.

It used to be held at St. John’s University in Jamaica, Queens.


No more. Those opportunities are long gone. Stephen Loved earning his Medals. He was proud of his medals and would wear them for several days in a row.


What happened you might ask? Budget cuts are what happened. Loss of funding means loss of opportunities for those who have Autism or other developmental disabilities. However through your donations you have the Power to change this picture for Stephen and others like him.


Those of you who have been following my Blog Posts over several years know about my Autism Activism and Dedication to the cause. I have spent months calling politicians, Elected officials, Community Leaders, etc….


Along with representatives from Queens Centers for Progress which is Stephen Group Home we have been up to Albany to meet with lawmakers. I’ve protested, Marched and demonstrated in the freezing cold to get funding returned to those who need it the most.


My brother Stephen has and always is my #1 priority. I put him before all my Needs, Dreams, wants, desires and wishes. That will never change. My Life is totally devoted to advocating not just for Stephen but for every disabled person in my Community.


Please give.

https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/QCPFOOTSTEPS/DeborahPalmer


QCP Footsteps for Progress 5k Walk


QCP FOOTSTEPS FOR PROGRESS 5K WALK


https://app.mobilecause.com/vf/QCPFOOTSTEPS/DeborahPalmer

Footsteps for Progress

Queens Centers for Progress

A Walk to Benefit People with Developmental Disabilities.

Saturday, March 30th, 2019

81-15 164th Street, Jamaica, NY 11432

718-380-3000

http://www.queenscp.org

My brother Stephen. My Life.

Fundraising for Queens Centers for Progress. QCP Bellerose is the Organization that cares for my brother Stephen who has Autism.
Please donate to QCP so that they may not only continue but expand programs and services for developmentally disabled children and adults. Thank you!