Committed to making the lives of individuals with disabilities happier, healthier, and more fulfilling

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-OUR MISSION STATEMENT-

Founded in 1990, the O'Berry Center Foundation improves the quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities at O’Berry Neuro Medical Treatment Center and in the 67 NC counties it serves through family support, community services, education, quality of life initiatives and scholarships.

Committed to making the lives of individuals with disabilities happier, healthier, and more fulfilling.


The O'Berry Center Foundation is a non-profit organization and is not an official component of the O'Berry Neuro-Medical Treatment Center (OBNMTC).

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New Opportunities to Help Fund the OBCF Mission!

GoFundMe -- Walk N' Roll

Check out our fundraising page for the Walk N' Roll page! The event is scheduled for May 30, 2015. Donate for the cause and look for walk registration information available in March 2015! 

AmazonSmile

Please help support the OBCF by shopping at AmazonSmile. Start by signing in and selecting O'Berry Center Foundation, Inc. as your charity of choice.  Shop AmazonSmile through iGive and increase your donation!  AmazonSmile gives .5% and by shopping through the iGive portal OBCF receives an additional .8% for a combined 1.3% of your total purchase! 


Every donation helps further OBCF's mission by helping those with intellectual disabilities! 

Guardianship Workshop Coming Soon!​​

Caswell Center Foundation will be offering a Guardianship workshop on Thursday, May 7, 2015

6:30-8:00 p.m.

Woodmen Community Center, Kinston, NC

Guest Speaker:  Jean Farmer-Butterfield

This workshop is provided through a GlaxoSmithKline Grant that Caswell Center Foundation and O’Berry Center Foundation received.

Registration information coming soon.

Cost:  Free


O'Berry Center Foundation will be offering a Guardianship workshop on Thursday, May 14, 2015

6:30-8:00 p.m.

Location TBD, Goldsboro, NC

Guest Speaker:  Jean Farmer-Butterfield

This workshop is provided through a GlaxoSmithKline Grant that Caswell Center Foundation and O’Berry Center Foundation received.

Registration information coming soon.

Cost:  Free

Teepa Snow is Coming to Goldsboro and Kinston!

 
Teepa Snow is our distinguished guest speaker for 4 sessions on various topics regarding Dementia.


The seminar is scheduled for Thursday, April 14, 2016. 

Exact locations are TBD.