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#IAMABLE Social Media

We encourage you to be a catalyst for our community. Share the I Am Able message on social media with #IAmAble. The awareness you create could help find a job for a person with disabilities. The I Am Able campaign demonstrates to employers in Cleveland and Akron and throughout Northeast Ohio that people with disabilities are skilled, capable and ready to work.

 

I Am Able Button

A campaign needs a campaign button. When you donate $150 or more during the month of October, we will send you an I Am Able campaign button.  Wear your I Am Able button to create awareness for employment opportunities for people with disabilities and encourage others to support Hattie Larlham.

 Which word will you chose to describe you at work? Dedicated? Ambitious? Goal-oriented? Wear and share photos of your I Am Able button with #IAmAble. Contact us to learn how you can create opportunities for men and women with intellectual and developmentals disabilities.

 
I Am Able campaign buttons. Write a positive word about yourself on the line.
Wear your I Am Able button to show your support.

Wear Your I AM Able Button

I Am Able buttons will be sent to donors who give $25 or more during the month of October. Wearing your I Am Able button is a statement that says you support employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

Share your I Am Able button on social media.

Share Your I Am Able Button

Take a selfie wearing  your I Am Able button. Or take a photo of your coworkers wearing their I Am Able buttons. Share your photo on social media with #IAmAble. The awareness you create could help find a job for a person with disabilities.

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Share I Am Able on social media with #IAmAble. The awareness you create could help find a job for a person with disabilities.

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Share I Am Able on social media with #IAmAble. The awareness you create could help find a job for a person with disabilities.