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Promoting Happy & Fulfilled
Lives in Safe Spaces

The Sparrow Project helps adults with intellectual disabilities lead happy, healthy, and fulfilling lives after graduating from high school.

life after graduation can be hard

The Sparrow Project is a non-profit, faith-based organization designed to create a safe environment for post high school adults with intellectual disabilities. We promote happy and fulfilled lives through developing community connection, life skills, creative interests, social activities, and job skills.

“Before Sparrow, my young adult stayed home everyday with nothing to do."

For the first two decades of their life, the students and their family have benefited from the routine and support provided by the public school system.

After graduation, there are limited options in most communities for these individuals and their families.
BEFORE

Essential Skills & Happy Lives

The Sparrow Project is a non-profit, faith-based organization designed to create a safe environment for post-high school adults with intellectual disabilities. We promote happy and fulfilled lives through developing community connection, life skills, creative interests, social activities, and job skills.

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"Now he looks forward to participating in classes and social activities.”

Sparrow University offers the learners a chance to socialize with their peers, learn new skills, and create products that are sold to help fund future classes.
AFTER

ABout Us

This project began when a few families of young adults with intellectual disabilities began discussing the limited options for our adult children.

The common denominator? We all believe everyone deserves the opportunity to have a meaningful life.

Our instructors are experts in their respective fields.

They have a desire to volunteer their time to teach adults with intellectual disabilities.

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