Ann Doyle Memorial

In memory of our beloved volunteer, Ann Doyle, her family has created a memorial fund in support of ASPIRE. She spent countless hours supporting our students with her passion, skill, and talent in sewing and craft. Ann was a cherished member of our ASPIRE family.

Our Program

ASPIRE offers a large variety of classes in the visual and performing arts, as well as pre-vocational and life enrichment classes. We encourage our students to explore new opportunities and experiences which may bring light to undiscovered skills and talents.

Virtual Learning

ASPIRE has both an in-person and virtual program. Remote classes in the arts are currently being offered. We are available if you would like more information.

Make A Difference

Our Mission: ASPIRE Creative Arts Program empowers adults with intellectual disabilities through the visual and performing arts.

Join us in our mission.

Online Art Exhibition

ASPIRE’s online art exhibition showcases 17 works by our artists. We have selected some favorites to reflect on, and show reverence for, the talent and dedication demonstrated since ASPIRE’s founding.

Spotlight Award

ASPIRE Creative Arts Program was honored with the Service Provider Spotlight Award from RCOC for “outstanding service to people with developmental disabilities.” ASPIRE was presented with the award via Zoom at RCOC’s virtual Spotlight Awards ceremony.

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