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Tag: helping others

Our founder’s mission and his dream

The late Ewing W. Mays founded Mays Mission, a non-profit organization… …in order to give help, encouragement and guidance to the physically and mentally disabled.As a double amputee (he lost both of his legs during World… Read More

Your Faith in Action

Mays Mission for the Handicapped supports several programs which are all designed to help the disabled, frail or elderly.  One of our programs, the “Faith in Action Caregivers Alliance,” gets its name from the national program… Read More

Mission Goals for 2023

In sports such as football, basketball or tennis the object is to reach the goal and score. The football team tries to run over or pass over the opposing team to reach the goal line. In… Read More

Giving The Gift Of Hope

Giving gifts at Christmas is a tradition based of course, on the greatest gift ever given to mankind-the gift of a Son by his Father to a world in desperate need. The celebration of Christmas is… Read More

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” 

Christmas is a time for family and friends to do so much together and for each other.  Some start planning a year in advance for the next celebration.  We plan festive meals and holiday parties.  Sometimes… Read More

Holiday Smiles

It’s that time again. It seems like December 25th and January 1st happen on the same dates every year. Yes, that was said tongue-in-cheek and meant to get your attention. With so much going on during… Read More

Quiz Time!

According to the Presidents Committee on People with Disabilities, answers to all the questions are “false.” (Responses to the above questions) People with disabilities deserve the opportunity to experience the “American Dream” without discrimination. Yet studies… Read More

Interacting with the disabled

Public services and buildings are required to have in place facilities and policies to accommodate people with disabilities as required by the American’s with Disabilities Act. These regulations make it increasingly likely that people without specific… Read More

October Is National Disability Employee Awareness Month

This October is a time to recognize the contributions of Americans with disabilities and to encourage all citizens to ensure equal opportunity in the workforce. First declared in 1988 by Congress for the month of October… Read More

Seeking, but Not Finding

What is the first thought that comes to mind when someone utters the word “disabled?”  (Try it. It’s interesting.)  Is it homebound, a wheelchair, someone who is blind or maybe uses a cane or crutch?  Fact… Read More

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