Contributions from individuals, companies, and foundations enable Spectrum Communuty Services, Inc. to better serve the people in our programs to ensure they receive the best care and support for their individualized needs. A wide variety of giving opportunities are available. Gifts of all sizes are gratefully accepted and each one is individually acknowledged. If you would like to make a monetary donation, please click on one of the donation options.
Please consider making a lasting tribute today by adding Spectrum Community Services, Inc. to your long-term plans in the form of Charitable Gift Annuities, Charitable Remainder Trusts, gifts-in-memory, life insurance policies, and other creative instruments of estate planning. By naming Spectrum Community Services, Inc. as a beneficiary in your Will, you are ensuring that the disadvantaged and underserved populations of our community continue to receive vital resources crucial to helping them reach their potential.Download Planned Giving Form
Additional Ways to Help
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If you would like to make a donation of your time, please contact us so we can discuss the options for how we could best utilize your talents. In either case, we greatly appreciate your donation.
Michael came to Spectrum Community Services-CMP from White Haven center in 2007 and it’s been quite a ride ever since. The easy-going, Pokémon loving Michael we all know and love has not always been this way; it took a lot of hard work and dedication from Michael and his team. When Michael first came to CMP, he was on 48 units of insulin throughout the day. Now he is only on 12 units! Additionally, he has lost over 100 pounds by making healthier food choices such as kale, fish, spinach, and broccoli. Michael used to eat all his meals slouched down using only a spoon but has since learned to use other utensils appropriate for the meal he is eating. Michael now chooses to go out into the community and engage with his peers. Through the change in behaviors in all aspects of Michael’s life, he is a much healthier and happier individual!