At Winters Center for Autism, the vision is to create a campus feel that encourages learning and invites social engagement and networking amongst participants and community members. Become part of a movement dedicated to fostering a sense of belonging and purpose by reserving your naming opportunity designed to enhance the campus.
Please contact Christine Ponzio for prices and further details at (516) 301 - 3531 or via email: email@example.com
The following named gift opportunities for the Winters Center for Autism are available for your consideration:
Our green outdoor space is strategically designed to engage visitors in nature and appeal to the senses.
As part of the sensory garden experience, the pond offers visitors visual appeal, peace, and tranquility.
Memorial trees, available for preserving the name of a loved one or commemorating a special occasion, provide soothing shade and an inviting campus feel.
Benches - available to remember a special person, commemorate a special event, or celebrate an organization - are placed around the campus as areas to socialize, rest, and reflect.
Framing the campus outdoor space, lampposts light the way for team members and visitors onsite. Multiple naming opportunities are available.
The Greenhouse is where future gardeners, growers and florists learn propagation and cultivation of plants, fruit, vegetables, and herbs for food, comfort, and beauty.
Workbench with trellis
Facilitates an accessible and organized workspace for Horticultural Center participants.
Raised Vegetable Garden
The raised vegetable garden cultivates fresh produce and ingredients for onsite cooking classes and allows community supported agriculture (CSA) to take root.
The court facilitates daily activity and movement, fostering increased blood and oxygen flow, positively affecting cognitive development, physical health, and the mental well-being of participants.
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.
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