Rochester, NY

Rochester's Community Wishbook

 

The Arc of Monroe

2060 Brighton-Henrietta Townline Road
Rochester, NY 14623
Phone: 585-271-0660
Contact: Kim Lombardo

The Arc of Monroe supports people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, as well as a wide variety of other disabilities.  The Arc of Monroe has been providing a variety of programs and services for over 1,400 people with I/DD and their families in the Rochester community for over 60 years. 


Wish List:

 

  • arts & crafts supplies, new, unopened
  • building, home improvements
  • gift cards, gas cards, Lyft/Uber cards
  • money donations, sponsorships
  • gift baskets
  • merchandise for silent auctions
  • RTS bus passes

Volunteers Needed:
  • Special Events:  sponsorship solicitation, coordinating silent auction item donations, helping with event details and logistics. Sporting clays tournament in May, golf tournament in July, A Toast to The Arc gala in September. 
  •  “Dining Out at Home” Volunteer: provide a meal for the people we support in our residential homes! Either prepare your     favorite meal and deliver it, or order a meal from your favorite restaurant, and have it delivered! 

·       ON HOLD: Arc Tour: Learn about The Arc of Monroe by taking a tour of three of our locations, including a residential home, a day habilitation program, and our ArcWorks facility. Make a connection with people we support, and learn more about how you can help!

·       ON HOLD: We are looking for businesses, organizations, families, social groups and others to “Adopt” one of our homes.  We are looking for people to come in and host a party, do a craft project, give a cooking lesson, assist on recreational activities, decorate for the holidays or play music, just to mention a few ideas. We have residential group homes in the Rochester, New York area including Greece, PenfieldFairport, East Rochester, Rochester, Pittsford.


Often times the people we support lack connections and the opportunities to make new friends in the community.  The “Adopt a House” program gives them the opportunity to make those valuable connections with others as well as develop mutual friendships. 


Information reviewed by agency 9/29/20. (Volunteers Needed updated.)


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