Our programs are not a handout. Achievers must work in order to receive the many life-long benefits of the services your donations allow us to provide. They are appreciative for the opportunity to find purpose in life, socialize, and gain independence through employment and skill development. Achieve also assists disabled veterans find employment and young, disabled adults transition from school to the work environment.

Through generosity, we are able to make a difference in the lives of so many Achievers. None of the work we do on a daily basis to help them achieve independence and employment would be possible without your help.

Make a Monetary Donation Today!

Make A Vehicle Donation!

Have an automobile you would like to take off your hands?

Donate your Car, Truck, Van, Motorcycle, or RV to Achieve!


  • Donating is quick, easy, & secure.  We want to make your donation as convenient as possible.  We handle all of the paperwork, and we’ll even pick it up.
  • Avoid the costs and risk of selling your vehicle.  Forget about listing, negotiating, showing, or marketing your car.  When you donate, it’s easy without hassle!


Your generous donation will help fund our high quality programs, extend our reach to provide help in the community, and change the lives of those within your community who face barriers to work.  Through your contribution and compassion we are able to make such an incredible difference in the lives of over 1,000 disabled individuals and veterans. It’s also a tax deduction for you!

The process is quick and easy!  Simply click “Donate Your Vehicle Today!” below and send information regarding your vehicle.  We will schedule a time for your automobile to be picked up or you can deliver it.  Once your vehicle is received you will be processed to maximize the value, then sold.  Then, you will receive an IRS tax deductible donation form!

Our Wish List!

Facility Needs

New Desktop Computers (10)
New Computer Monitors (10)
New Keyboard & Mouse (10)
New Laptops (6)
Microwaveable bowls, serving dishes, sponges, and towels
Warehouse Shelving (10′ and up for pallets)
Tape Guns (Commercial Grade for taping boxes)
Bags of mulch
$5 Gift cards for Volunteer Appreciation Gifts
Desk chairs (supportive for table top work or typing)
14 Passenger Bus to Transport Achievers
Teleconferencing equipment
40″ Arm Dock light

Consumer Needs

Sweatpants (Small – 3X; larger sizes especially needed)
Plastic utensils
Soup/pasta in microwaveable bowls
Aerosol deodorant
Combs and brushes
Hand Sanitizer
Gloves (non latex)
Band Aids
Bingo Prizes (IE: stuffed animals, puzzle books, medals, tumblers, etc
Arts & Crafts Supplies
Tea Sets for Etiquette Lessons
Exercise Mats
Exercise Equipment
Computer Games (Educational)
Photo Albums

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Classroom Instruction

Description: Teach various topics such as safety, money management, or nutrition to groups of disabled adults.
Availability: Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Time: 3 hours
Group Size: 3 to 20
Supplies: No specific supplies needed. Visual aids recommended.