Support The Kelberman Center During Autism Awareness Month!

Support The Kelberman Center During Autism Awareness Month!

April is Autism Awareness Month! With 1 in 54 kids diagnosed with autism each day, help The Kelberman Center to promote understanding and awareness of autism within our communities! Our 2021 Virtual Walk for Autism, sponsored by Lead Sponsor The Fitness Mill and Platinum Sponsors Birch Wealth Management, In Loving Memory of Dr. Raouf Kodsy,Continue reading →

The Fitness Mill and Kelberman Center Partner for 2021 Virtual Walk for Autism

The Fitness Mill and Kelberman Center Partner for 2021 Virtual Walk for Autism

Carbone Athletics at The Fitness Mill and The Kelberman Center recently held a press conference at The Fitness Mill in New York Mills, to announce The Fitness Mill’s Lead Sponsorship and support for the 2021 Kelberman Center Virtual Walk for Autism. Alex Carbone, Fitness Mill owner, spoke to the partnership of the two agencies andContinue reading →

The Kelberman Center and Delta Lake Bible Conference Center Partner for Unique Internship Opportunities

The Kelberman Center and Delta Lake Bible Conference Center Partner for Unique Internship Opportunities

The Kelberman Center Employment Program offers various opportunities for people to obtain meaningful work experiences. Andrew Lovenguth is one of those participants who has not only taken part in The Center’s College Coaching Program, but its Pre-Employment Transitional Services (Pre-ETS) as well. After graduating from high school in June 2019, Andrew completed his first yearContinue reading →

Rome Girl Makes, Donates Masks for Autism Awareness

Rome Girl Makes, Donates Masks for Autism Awareness

10-year-old Caroline Holtslander of Rome is not only talented, but is making a difference in her community. Since the pandemic began, Caroline started her own business sewing masks to help people in need due to the mask shortage. Now, Caroline has continued sewing masks, over 800 to be exact, this time to support The KelbermanContinue reading →

Kelberman Center Welcomes New Leadership Staff

Kelberman Center Welcomes New Leadership Staff

The Kelberman Center welcomes two professionals to its dynamic agency leadership team. Kelly Mullin has been hired as the Vice President of Program Development at The Kelberman Center. She will work with leadership to develop program opportunities in the Utica and Syracuse areas. Mrs. Mullin has over 21 years of experience working in the nonprofitContinue reading →

Thank You Mohawk Valley Lunch Club

Thank You Mohawk Valley Lunch Club

Thank you to the Mohawk Valley Lunch Club for their recent donation of $3,000 to the Kelberman Center. The mission of the Mohawk Valley Lunch Club, a local philanthropic club which began as a group of car enthusiasts who met over lunch to talk about cars, is to raise money throughout the year and donate all of those funds to local charities. Thank you for choosing the Kelberman Center and for your support of our families and our community!

Partnership with Cliff’s Local Market

Partnership with Cliff’s Local Market

Cliff’s Local Market and The Kelberman Center are teaming up for the month of October to spread awareness and raise funds for autism within our community. Beginning October 1 and lasting throughout the month, all Cliff’s Local Markets will be offering autism awareness puzzle pieces for purchase at their registers, as a charitable retail fundraising event for the Kelberman Center.When customers purchase a paper puzzle piece, they are helping local children and adults with autism reach their fullest potential.

Tara Costello, Kelberman Center Executive Director, thanked representatives from Cliff’s Local Market for their partnership and commitment to helping families in our community. Costello stated, “Community partnerships are vital to sustaining programs and services at the Kelberman Center. This commitment to helping children and adults and their families is a gift that will allow families to be connected with life-changing autism services now and for years to come. Thank you to Cliff’s Local Market and to the Clifford Family for making our friends, neighbors and family members with autism feel truly included and celebrated.”

Subaru and Carbone Auto Group Donate to the Kelberman Center

Subaru and Carbone Auto Group Donate to the Kelberman Center

Representatives from the Kelberman Center and Carbone Auto Group recently gathered for a check presentation of over $26,000 to the Kelberman Center. The donation was the result of the annual Subaru Share the Love event. Over the last 12 years, through the Share the Love Event, Subaru of America and its participating retailers have donated more than $176 million to charity, with customers choosing between four national and over 1,200 hometown charities. The Kelberman Center is the local charity selected by Carbone Subaru as part of this national campaign.

City Dwellers Motorcycle Club Ride Benefits Kelberman Center

City Dwellers Motorcycle Club Ride Benefits Kelberman Center

The City Dwellers Motorcycle Club recently donated $5,500 to The Kelberman Center to support programs and services for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The money was raised through a motorcycle ride and event where over 150 people participated. The City Dwellers Motorcycle Club prides itself on commitment to their families, club and good work throughout the community. Thank you to Controlled Waste Systems, Inc. (CWSI) who also contributed significantly to this fundraiser, and Full Throttle BBQ in Yorkville who provided lunch that day. Riders – Mark your calendars for July 2021 for the Annual Ride for Autism.

Humpf Family Gives Back to the Kelberman Center

Humpf Family Gives Back to the Kelberman Center

The Humpf family of Holland Patent recently raised over $4,000 through a bottle and can drive to support programs and services at The Kelberman Center. Their drive collected a record number of over 68,000 bottles and cans! The Humpfs have been long-time supporters of The Kelberman Center and have expressed that the Kelberman Center has provided them with opportunities which have helped their entire family navigate through the challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorder.