SUPPORT THE BANCROFT EMERGENCY FUND
The Bancroft Emergency Fund will help us continue our integral services during this heightened time of need, funding the purchase of additional hand sanitizer, soap and personal protective equipment for staff, as well as air mattresses for the direct support professionals working around-the-clock to ensure seamless support for the individuals in our care. The COVID-19 pandemic is a scary and uncertain time.
With your help, we can continue to minimize the impact it will have on the individuals we serve.
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 disabilities and those who have sustained brain injuries, your gift helps individuals lead happier, healthier and purposeful lives. There are many ways to give! You can choose which works the best for you today.
A Master Plan For Our Future
The Bancroft School, The Lindens Center for Autism and Campus Residences and the 80-acre Bancroft Campus at Mount Laurel were designed to serve the extraordinary needs of special education students, their families and the region’s special needs community.
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.
Ways to Give
Susan Piergallini Chief Development Officer
Tess Tebaldi, Senior Director of Development
Darleen Blesi, Director of Community and Donor Engagement
Kathryn Myers, Director of Foundation & Corporate Philanthropy
Katie Bampfield, Director of Events and Stewardship
Suzanne Viggiano, Development Operations Manager
Lauren Malazita, Development Associate