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A Master Plan For Our Future

So much more than a relocation of The Bancroft School, The Lindens Center for Autism and Campus Residences, the 80-acre Bancroft Campus at Mount Laurel has been designed to serve the extraordinary needs of special education students, their families and the region’s special needs community.

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ONE Powerful Vision

For children and families, Bancroft is hope – hope for each child to live life to his or her fullest potential.

Delivering on those hopes and dreams is a responsibility we take seriously. It’s why Bancroft has earned a reputation for changing lives. For seeing the potential in every child. For making the impossible possible.

There has never been a better time

Partner with Bancroft today and your gift will make a significant impact on our ability to change lives and provide hope to the people we serve every day. For all those we serve with autism, intellectual or developmental disability or those who have sustained brain injury, your gift helps individuals lead happier, healthier and purposeful lives.

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Ways to Give

Ways to Give

Bancroft welcomes your support through a variety of initiatives that make an impact today and into the future.

  1. Margret Bancroft Annual Fund
  2. One Can Change the World Campaign
  3. Support our Events
  4. Volunteer

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Special Events

Bancroft’s signature events provide vital support to ensure Bancroft’s commitment to excellence in care.

Now accepting reservations for the 2017 Butterfly Ball!

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Corporate and Foundation Partnerships

Bancroft is proud to partner with many corporations and foundations. From providing support through outright gifts and grants, to sponsorships of our events and by choosing Bancroft as their premiere choice for volunteerism.
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Join over 400 volunteers and make a difference. Bancroft has opportunities for individuals, families and companies To engage with us by volunteering for facility beautification and repair projects, event planning and staffing, and time spent with our clients.
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“I love it here” – James

James, a resident at Bancroft for 54 years, moved into the Haddonfield Campus residences when he was only 17. He has lived at our Mullica Hill location as well as various group homes before coming to the Judith B. Flicker Residences, Bancroft’s facility for older adults, when it opened 15 years ago. Throughout James’ time at Bancroft, he has gained important job and life skills. Even more importantly, he has benefited from lasting relationships. One friend, John, has been his housemate for over 15 years. James loves living at Bancroft and when he is away he often tells his sister Joanna, “It’ll be good to get back. It’ll be good to see my friends.”

“Tabitha is surrounded by those meeting her needs while keeping her safe.”- Rita, Tabitha’s mom

After trying unsuccessfully to get help 20 years ago, Tabitha was admitted into Bancroft’s Lindens Neurobehavioral Program, an intensive therapy and educational center which helps children struggling with challenging and aggressive behaviors. Bancroft’s dedicated staff members helped Tabitha minimize those behaviors and she graduated from The Bancroft School. She now lives in an adult group home and participates in Bancroft’s day program. She has become a friendly person who loves to say “hi” to everyone she meets.

“We have Bancroft to thank for so many happy moments we’ve shared with Luke.”- Luke’s parents

After receiving an autism diagnosis at age two, Luke’s behaviors, communication challenges, fear of any changes and intense need for repetition became overwhelming. His family turned to Bancroft for answers. Through 18 years of early intervention and continued services, Luke is now thriving as a student in The Bancroft School’s Transitional Program, which prepares students to live as independently as possible. Dr. Ann Leahey, Luke’s mother, said “We know the day will come when we can no longer care for our son at home, and knowing we can rely on Bancroft to support him throughout his life has given us immeasurable hope and peace of mind.”


  • From Crisis to Campus: Meet Sean Walsh

    From Crisis to Campus: Meet Sean Walsh

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  • Kaylee’s story

  • Corporate Partnerships

    Corporate Partnerships

    Over 50 Beneficial Bank volunteers participated in the annual Beneficial Day of Caring at Bancroft. Your company can get involved, too! Get Involved
  • Donor Impact: Parents Give Back

    Donor Impact: Parents Give Back

    Donor Impact: The D’Ambrosios have given back since their son came to Bancroft in 2004. Read More
  • Donor Impact: Lisa DiMedio’s story

    Donor Impact: Lisa DiMedio’s story

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Annual Report

Click below for an overview of the past year’s performance, stories of success and more.

View Our Annual Report.