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Help make this holiday season merry and bright for the babies, children, youth and adults who need us most.

Here are 7 ways you can support:

1. Give to SCO – Your support helps us provide life-changing services year-round.

2. Amazon Wishlist

3. Donate toys and more to our Holiday Gift Drive – Visit our Target Holiday Registry

4. Adopt a Program – Find out how your business or community group can adopt one of our programs for the holidays
For more information about our Holiday Gift Drive or how you or your organization can adopt a program, please contact Marnie Katzman at 631.643.8800 x0155 or mkatzman@sco.org

5. Shop Amazon Smile – Amazon will donate to SCO every time you shop, at no cost to you. Choose SCO Foundation as your charity at https://smile.amazon.com/
Amazon Smile is a simple and automatic way for you to support SCO every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that the more you shop the more you help the children and families we serve. Remember to sign up at smile.amazon.com and select SCO Foundation.

6. Like us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram– Connect with on social media and see how we’re making a difference every day.

7. Join our #ThanksforGiving campaign on social media and share your #MySCOStory. Reshare our Facebook fundraiser with your friends and family.

Happy Holidays From Our Family To Yours!

Kaitlyn & Khamion

Early Education & Family Support Services

“I love this school. Sometimes I felt like giving up, but Kaitlyn was always my motivation.” Learn More

Jewelle

Madonna Heights Residential School

"I'm not going to give up because I know they're not going to give up on me." Learn More

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runaway or homeless youth leaving our transitional living programs are engaged in educational pursuits or gainful employment

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new locations for our Day Habilitation program are helping 40% more adults with developmental disabilities attain higher levels of socialization and independence