Through the allocation of grant awards, the Warner Fund seeks to develop and enhance programming by innovative organizations devoted to providing meaningful services to children with disabilities and children in foster care.
The needs of children with disabilities and children in foster care often go unfulfilled. The Warner Fund aims to fill these gaps by identifying and funding a range of organizations that serve these children.
Supported programs work in a myriad of areas including the arts, sports, education, health care, and family preservation. Past funding has included primary care services, research, and advocacy. The overall goal is to ensure that children with special needs and children in foster care live happier, healthier lives.
The Warner Fund promotes ideas that are new and creative, going beyond proven solutions to test what’s possible. We provide people with vision and passion the means to develop programs that can be effective and sustainable.
The Warner Fund carefully reviews, selects and nurtures programs that meaningfully serve disabled and foster children. Here are some of the wonderful organizations we’ve supported:
- ART Works
- Camp Felix
- Extreme Kids and Crew
- Hellen Keller Services
- Holy Childhood
- Pajama Program
- The Possibility Project