Support the Yes I Can Awards

If you’ve ever attended a Yes I Can awards ceremony, you know what it looks like to be proud.

  • You’ve seen parents who are proud of their children’s accomplishments.
  • You’ve seen special educators who are proud of their students’ hard work and dedication.
  • You’ve seen the students who are proud of themselves–and rightfully so–for the success they’ve achieved.

Each of our students is unique, but they have one very important thing in common: They have always been willing to say “yes, I can,” when others might say, “no, I can’t.”

Not only do recipients feel the pride of being honored with an award, but receiving a Yes I Can Award can also turn an awardee into an advocate.

As we look toward the future of the Yes I Canprogram, we want to continue to elevate the visibility of our award recipients and share their successes with the world.

That’s where our Yes I CanCommunity comes in. We hope you’ll consider sending a special gift today to show you share the Yes I Canspirit. Your gift will showour awardees that you are proud of their achievements, and that you admire their advocacy on behalf of themselves and others. Please help us make sure that students with exceptionalities get their time to shine and share in the excitement of a Yes I Canceremony.

Your contribution, which is fully tax-deductible, will help CEC continue to develop and grow this amazing program. When it comes to honoring our remarkable students, we hope you will join with us and say Yes I Can!

Support the Yes I CanAwards!*

*The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is a non-profit. CEC is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are fully tax deductible.


Author: Megan Jones (CEC)

CEC's Marketing & Communications Coordinator. Washington State native, Game of Thrones addict, unable to cook much more than pasta and even that is sometimes pushing it.

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