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Disability Awareness Assembly at Hopi Elementary in Phoenix

Third, fourth and fifth grade students at Hopi Elementary in Phoenix participated in the CHEER (Consciousness Helps Encourage Equal Respect) program in May. Students “adopted” disabilities for a day and teachers incorporated curriculum on disability awareness to help students understand that we all have different abilities and disabilities. Kurt and Brenda visited the school at the end of the week long program to host an assembly to discuss the lessons learned through the program and how students can continue to apply those lessons in the future. Call 602-385-0840 to learn more about bringing the CHEER program to a school near you.

 
 

Hall of Fame

With a journey unlike anyone else, Kurt is humbled and honored to be a part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017. His story has always been an inspiration to anyone facing challenges. Whether he was stocking grocery shelves, playing Arena Football, standing on a Super Bowl Championship platform, or sitting on the bench, he believed anything was possible with faith in himself and more importantly faith in God. His induction into the Hall of Fame is an incredible addition to his unlikely journey. We will share details in the coming weeks and months on ways to celebrate this tremendous honor with Kurt and support his charitable efforts at the same time.

 
 

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Treasure House, a supported residential community for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is the latest philanthropic endeavor of Kurt and Brenda Warner. Visit treasurehouse.org to learn more about this new 501(c)(3) charity.

 

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