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Promise Architectural Concepts
Our Development Partners
Promise would not be possible without our development partners and philanthropists who have invested in our vision.
Special thanks to Alison Colvard and to Ed Sine at Red Creek Design Co
“Promise is the opportunity of a lifetime for my daughter to spread her wings as far as she can and to live a full and independent life” – Beth, Arika’s Mom
“I am looking forward to working, shopping and being able to do things myself” – Arika
“What a Godsend Promise is for my son Jeff and me. I feel blessed that we are involved in such a positive endeavor!” – Liz, Jeff’s Mom
“My sister came to live with my family back in October 2011 as our dad underwent cancer treatment and later passed away. Although I had grown up with her, taking on the role of caregiver is a considerable responsibility and life altering. We soon realized that we cannot provide all that she needs while raising and caring for the needs of our own two young children. My sister needs an environment where she can thrive. She needs her independence, social interaction with peers, a safe work environment and activities geared for her. Promise will be all of that and more!” – Leigh, Brooke’s sister
“What parent doesn’t want their child to be independent, happy and safe? Our daughter, Michaela, is happy and safe, but not independent. Her disability, PDD, makes it extremely difficult for her to live independently of family. Promise will give her the support and safety Michaela needs to flourish, to blossom into all that she is capable of becoming. Promise is a dream come true for us.” – Judy, Michaela’s Mom
“As a pervasive developmental disorder patient, I have strived for independence in the past. Now, with the advent of Promise, that dream might be a reality for me! I have always wanted to live on my own, but until now my disability has made this difficult. Promise will change that. I can already cook, clean, and do laundry. Now I will have a chance to live independently with these skills! But, lest you think that it is all about me, I know quite a few others with disabilities, for whom this will also help. They, too, have probably been striving for independence, but found it difficult, and they too will be able to lead a fulfilling life with Promise.” – Michaela