Fall 2018
Enable Gets a Makeover
We are excited to share with you our redesigned logo and new tagline Inspired Care. New Possibilities. Our updated graphic and slogan represents the future of the organization and the forward thinking direction we are taking in providing top quality services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In 2019, we will be celebrating 30 years of excellence in service to the disability community. As we continue to grow and evolve, one thing remains constant - our commitment to the individuals we serve. The well being of our consumers will always come first. Ensuring that the men and women in our programs are leading fulfilled, quality lives, while striving to reach their full potential will always be the central focus of Enable. 

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More Fun than a Barrel of Monkeys!
Over the past few months, we have had so much fun. Here are just a few of the highlights. 

Honoring Direct Support Staff
In September, Enable held its annual picnic to honor the front line Direct Support Professionals (DSP) who work  directly with our consumers.  Nearly 200 Enable staff, consumers and volunteers enjoyed delicious barbecue, fun games and great prizes. We also announced our DSP of the Year, Lauren Harvey.  READ MORE 

Painting for a Purpose 
In October, Enable held its Painting for a Purpose fundraiser at Cranbury Station Gallery in Princeton, NJ. Nearly 30 guests enjoyed food, wine and painting a "Trio of Pumpkins" as they raised money and awareness for Enable.

Halloween Fun
Enable staff got into the Halloween spirit with a pot luck lunch, costume contests, pumpkin decorating contest and more! 

Clothing Drive 
Thank you to all who participated in Enable's Clothing Drive this past summer. We collected 2,463 pounds of clothes and raised several hundred dollars for the organization!
Season of Giving
Please consider making a gift this holiday season 
The time of year is upon us when we open our hearts, homes and wallets to help others. Enable's annual appeal campaign has begun and we are asking our supporters to please think of us this holiday season. Your gift to Enable will help support the programs and services we provide to the men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities who live in our 19 community-based group homes and attend our four day programs. Our consumers depend on our impassioned staff to  help them live their best lives. Click Here to make a donation today. 

Read our Annual Appeal Letter
Download  our  Annual Report.

Another way you can support Enable this holiday season is to shop through Amazon Smile
A percentage of your purchases will benefit the organization. 

Volunteer Corner 
At Enable, we love and appreciate each and everyone of our volunteers. Over the past few months, we have had so many wonderful groups visit us. Each month, Bloomberg sends a volunteer group to visit our day program and work on projects with our consumers. Above and beyond their monthly commitment, 16 Bloomberg volunteers came to help out at our DSP Appreciation picnic in September; and in November, Bloomberg volunteers painted three bedrooms in one of our group homes. The painting materials were provided through a Home Depot grant. Janssen Pharmaceuticals is another generous company who sent two groups of volunteers to Enable in October. Janssen volunteers worked on a special "Picasso" art project with our consumers at our day programs and organized a fall cleanup of debris at one of our group homes. One of our newer corporate volunteer groups is BlackRock who have been extremely helpful in assisting us with getting out large mailings. 

Our volunteers are comprised of many different groups. Not only large companies, individuals as well. If you are interested in learning more about volunteering for Enable, click here for more information. 

Consumers in the Community
At Enable, our consumers love to volunteer as well. Volunteering in the community is a great way for our consumers to work on communication and pre-vocational skills, while having the opportunity to be contributing members of the community. Some of our volunteer placements include Meals on Wheels, Dress for Success Central NJ and the Franklin Food Bank. We are always looking for additional volunteer opportunities. Please contact our Director of Day & Employment Services, Anthony Camuso, acamuso@enablenj.org if you are interested in partnering with Enable. 
Masquerade Casino Night Gala 
Please join us on April 26, 2019 at Mercer Oaks Golf Club in West Windsor, NJ for our Masquerade Casino Night Gala, where we will be celebrating our 30th Anniversary. The event will feature the thrill of casino games such as Blackjack, Craps, and Roulette, along with a Masquerade ball, where guests can enjoy dressing up and taking part in the mystery of the masquerade. Honorees for this year include Bloomberg as the Corporate Volunteer of the Year and April Sette, of NJ Buzz, as the Community Advocate of the Year. Click Here to register for the event. 
Meet the Newest Members of our Team
Mayank Singh, MS, PHR, Director of Human Resources 
Mayank comes to Enable with 10+ years of progressive Human Resources experience. He has served in several different HR capacities during the course of his employment for various non-profit, social service agencies throughout New Jersey. Mayank has a Master's degree in Human Resource Development from Villanova University and is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR). Mayank 's goal is to further help Enable's mission of providing quality services to consumers by ensuring that the HR department is proving quality services to its staff. He is looking forward to Enable's continued growth and is thrilled to be a part of such a dedicated and hard-working team. 

Linda Radovic-Reilly, BA,  Director of Development
As an Enable team member, Linda has promised to diligently pursue all avenues to generate revenue for Enable. She is a development and capacity-building professional who specializes in working in diverse environments to effect organizational growth. She has deep roots in the non profit world in executive slots in national organizations including Girl Scouts of the USA, National Prostate Cancer Coalition and Easter Seals. At Drexel University she worked to develop solutions for nonprofits, steer entrepreneurial collaborations and train students in sound business principles. Linda is truly excited to join the passionate team at Enable, and welcomes you to reach out to lreilly@enablenj.org with your ideas, contacts and guidance. 

Teresa Boussom, BCBA, Director of Clinical Services
Teresa is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who comes to Enable with 20 years of experience working in the field. Her background includes consulting at various State Developmental Centers supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  As a consultant she has utilized Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) not only to improve the quality of treatment for individuals, but also to improve the organizational systems providing careOver the past few years, Enable has grown and expanded its services. The organization is now serving even more individuals with significant behavioral challenges. Teresa's extensive knowledge of ABA is a tremendous asset to the organization and she looks forward to working with Enable staff to facilitate the use of ABA throughout the various range of programs and services Enable provides to consumers with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

Welcome New Board Member Rodney "Pete" Watson
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Rodney "Pete" Watson to Enable's Board. Rodney, a retired NFL player for the Cincinnati Bengals, joins the Board with a commitment to raising funds and awareness for the organization. With a background in non-profit fundraising as well as working with organizations that serve individuals with special needs, Rodney is a perfect fit for Enable. "We are excited to have Rodney on our Board," says Lisa Coscia, CEO, Enable. "He brings with him a set of skills and connections that will help further Enable's mission of making it possible for individuals with disabilities live full and independent lives." 

Enable is currently recruiting for our Board. If you are someone who is looking to make a difference in the community give us a call or email us to learn more about joining Enable's Board. Contact Enable's Director of Development, Linda Radovic Reilly at (609) 987-5003 ext. 108 or email lreilly@enablenj.org. 
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Enable, Inc.
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Princeton, NJ 08540   |  609-987-5003