The de Moya Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable trust that creates and supports programs and raises awareness for children and young adults with unique abilities and special needs and their families. These include developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), terminal illness, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), behavioral and emotional challenges, victims of abuse, and other special needs.
We believe that people with unique abilities and special needs benefit from lifetime learning programs and post-secondary learning experiences which serve to increase their self-worth and self-efficacy, provide them with support, advocacy, and meaningful employment opportunities, as well as foster familial and community inclusion and further their independence to reach their full potential.
The Foundation also believes that parental involvement and advocacy in their son/daughter’s endeavors are critical to their success. As a result, the Foundation supports programs that engage and empower parents.