Help support our work!
You can help out with donations, sponsorship packages, in-kind donations, planned gifts or bequests or with your time through volunteering or participating in special events.
For more than five decades Waban has continually expanded its services to meet the ongoing and ever-changing needs of children and adults with autism, intellectual/developmental and other disabilities. We couldn’t have done so without the tremendous support that we receive from generous individuals, businesses, and community members. For that, we are very grateful.
Give Your Time And Expertise
Volunteers are integral to our work at Waban. Their individual and collective efforts have contributed to meaningful experiences and the successes of thousands of children and adults who participate in our programs. Please get in touch with us to see our most up-to-date volunteer opportunities.
Your tax deductible contribution will help to ensure that children and adults with developmental disabilities continue to get the essential services that they need. Waban, through its programs and services, helps improve the quality of living for adults and children with autism, intellectual/developmental and other disabilities. Make a gift and make a difference.
Missed the 2022 Tele-Fest? Watch it here!
We had an amazing Tele-Fest this year and want to send a huge ‘thank you’ to all our community members, donors, supports, staff and volunteers for their efforts and resources! Thanks to your consideration and hard work, we’re making a difference in the lives of kids and adults.
You can still support Waban’s Tele-Fest. You can also easily make a donation by texting the word “WABANTELEFEST” to 44-321 to get started.
Waban Wall of Supporters
With the generous support of the businesses and organizations below, Waban will continue to provide much needed services to the adults and children we serve.
Thanks to our 2022 supporters…
For more information about how you can help by becoming a Wall of Supporters member, please call Waban at 207-324-7955.
“Waban has played a key role in turning my son’s life around. When Andy entered Waban at three-and-a-half, his prospects for a normal life were very dim. Waban sparked a curiosity and fueled a fire in Andy. The curriculum, speech, occupational, and physical therapy were important in his development, but the integral elements were the teacher and the teacher’s assistants who showered Andy with love and encouragement. You have fostered in him an unbridled curiosity for life, a realization that there is progress if you work hard enough and have a true understanding of compassion. You have given a little boy wings to fly.”