We are Completely Full!
The Easter Egg Hunt for Children with Disabilities has filled for 2017. Thank you to the families who registered and thank you to our sponsors for making this event happen.
2017 Easter Egg Hunt
For Children with Disabilities
Sunday, April 2, 2017
10:00am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-3:00pm (pick one)
Join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunt for Children with Disabilities!
*This egg hunt is for those children who cannot successfully participate in the community Easter Egg hunts and who need some assistance. This event is designed for your child to participate at his or her own pace.
We’ll have some games, food, crafts and other activities going on, like Erin Yanz from Nature’s Creatures! Plus, we’ll have a special visit from the Easter Bunny! There is no fee to attend but you must RSVP because space is limited. Check out the FAQ below for Frequently Asked Questions.
This Program Provided through the Generosity of:
The Edmond & Alice Opler Foundation
Justice Public Library
For Event Attendees
Q: My child attends community egg hunts with no issues, can he/she attend this event?
A: If your child is able to participate in a community egg hunt, this event would not be appropriate. Typically, this event sees more children with physical disabilities or who are on the spectrum to the extent that they really can't participate in the community egg hunts. If you are unsure, please feel free to call us at (708) 423-6709 ext 206.
Q: My child has severely impaired vision or is blind, can she participate?
A: Yes! We have "beeper eggs" for children who are visually impaired.
Q: Can we attend both sessions?
A: We want to give as many children the opportunity to participate in this event as possible. Please register for just one session.
Q: Can siblings attend?
A: Yes! We encourage siblings to participate with their brother or sister in this slower paced event, and even to assist their brother or sister when appropriate.
Q: Can extended family attend?
A: Due to our limited registration availability, we ask that your registration be limited to your immediate family and grandparents.
Q: Where can we park?
A: Because this event is on Sunday, you can park anywhere in the parking garage without the worry of getting a ticket, including the first floor.
For Potential Donors
It is through the generosity of our donors that helps keep this annual program a no-cost program for these wonderful families. If your business, family or organization would like to help financially support the Easter Egg Hunt for Children with Disabilities, please consider one of the options below. Because we are a 501c(3) nonprofit organization, your donation would be 100% tax deductible.
Parent/Child Sponsor ($28) - Covers the expenses related to one parent and one child attending this event. Your name will appear on our Thank You sign the day of the event.
Family of Four Sponsor ($56) - Covers the expenses related to a family of four attending this event. Your name will appear on our Thank You sign the day of the event.
Craft/Activity Sponsor ($100) - Be named as a craft/activity sponsor and be recognized on signage at the museum the day of the event.
Easter Bunny Sponsor ($250) - Be named as an Easter Bunny sponsor and be recognized in our social media outlets and on signage at the museum the day of the event. Plus, we'll include items from you in our giveaway bags.
Premier Sponsor ($1000) - Be named as a Premier sponsor, get everything that an Easter Bunny sponsor gets PLUS your slide of support on an internal screen at the museum that provides information to our visitors.