Tune in to hear from HIA-LI President & CEO Terri Alessi-Miceli as she highlights the impact of Winters Center for Autism on lives of people with autism on Long Island and neighboring communities.
Christine was awarded the Joe Winters Humanitarian Award at last night's Rotary Club of Smithtown Sunrise Snow Ball Gala. There is truly no one more deserving than Christine. We are certain Joe was smiling down on her last night gleaming with pride.
Christine is an incredibly compassionate, fierce, and supportive advocate for adults with autism and their families, and a role model for leadership to the entire team at the Center.
We are deeply grateful for the outpouring of support and generosity from our friends, families, local businesses, and partners. We are a better organization because of all your support.
The Rotary Club of Smithtown Sunrise - what a night! Special thank you to the folks at Smithtown Rotary for honoring the memory of Joe Winters.
We invite you to visit our website to view more photos from this very special event.
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Today marks #InternationalWomensDay – a global day for celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
We would like to recognize these two exceptional ladies, Nicole and Maeve who have went through their WCFA Work Experience Training at Winters Bros. Waste Systems.
These women have broken barriers as the first females to come from the Winters Center for Autism to be employed with Winters Bros. They add so much talent and positivity to the workplace and we are lucky to have them.
To honor them, they were gifted customer Winters Bros. jackets after putting in such hard work throughout the year.
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Wishing the happiest birthday to our founder, Michele Winters.
Michele is truly an inspiration to us all and deserves nothing but the best! Thank you to everyone who joined us to celebrate such a special person.
Another great day with a second group of volunteers from the Franciscan Volunteer Program comprised of St. Anthony's High School, St. Francis Preparatory, and Notre Dame High School (Cape Girardeau, Missouri) students and staff.
We thank them for dedicating their time during their winter break to help out at the Center.
Thank you again to Empanada Nellys for another beautiful spread.
We are so grateful for the volunteers and staff of St.Anthony's High School, St. Francis Preparatory, and Notre Dame High School (Cape Girardeau, Missouri) with the Franciscan Volunteer Program for dedicating time during their winter break to help out at the Center.
The volunteers worked on preparing collateral materials for marketing and special events. They also reviewed and gave feedback on our website and social media platforms.
Special thank you to St. Anthony’s Principal Brother David Migliorino, OSF, for taking the time to stop in, it was an honor.
Also a big thank you to Empanadas-Nellys who hosted everyone for a delicious lunch and prepared a beautiful spread. What a day!
Big day today for Michael G.! He has just graduated from our Transition Work Experience Program with a job.
Thank you to Long Island Select Healthcare, Inc. for embracing our goal of “hire for a higher purpose.”
Michael is a shining example of what is possible for adults with autism. Your hard work and perseverance is commendable.
Congratulations to the lucky winner...Pat F., Winters Bros. Waste Systems sales rep. who took the basket home yesterday.
Harrison and Ray helped raise $467 in proceeds to be donated to the Center. We are so grateful! Thank you to all who participated.
Congratulations Ryan Doherty on being named the Grand Marshal for the 2023 Glen Cove St. Patrick's Day Parade
We are so grateful for Ryan as he has chosen the Winters Center for Autism as the Parade’s selected charity for 2023 to honor the memory of his cousin, Joe Winters.
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We are thrilled to announce that we have advanced to the finalist round for the Rising Star Award at the 11th Annual Imagine Awards Long Island!
The Imagine Awards Long Island was created as a way to showcase the nonprofit sector and all the good work that it does, as well as provide opportunities for deeper collaboration within the sector.
Congratulations to all finalists!
earn more https://www.imagineawardsli.com/finalist/
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Winters Center for Autism Team
The Winters Center for Autism is committed to enhancing the quality of life for adults with autism through job creation, training and placement while helping businesses to develop and implement programs to employ people with autism.