Change your life.

BroadFutures serves young people who:

  • Are between the ages of 18 and 26.
  • Have received a high school diploma.
  • Have a documented learning disability or ADHD.
  • Have the cognitive ability to continue with higher education.
  • Are transitioning from high school to college or community college, taking a break from educational pursuits, or focusing on workforce skills.
  • Are responsive to direction and able to work independently.
  • Are highly motivated to be in our program.

If interested in the Virtual Winter Strengths Program, please fill out this form. Learn more here.

Parents, read more here.

Create an inclusive workplace.

Our program provides employers the opportunity to build a talented, inclusive and diverse workplace. The satisfaction rate of employers who partner with us has been uniformly outstanding. Young people with learning disabilities ensure a bottom line benefit and provide a capable and committed workforce.

Research shows that individuals with disabilities consistently perform as well as or better than those without disabilities and receive positive performance ratings. Additionally, by employing young people with learning disabilities, employers derive benefits from a commitment to active corporate responsibility.

A better future is possible.

Why I Donate:

Giving Levels

We welcome all contributions. Every donation is critical. To learn more about our program click here. To see our current donor list click here.


We would like to recognize our donors for their generous contributions in support of our mission.  If you’d like to become part of our mission, please consider becoming a donor yourself. Find out more here.



John & Susan Colby

Chris & Leslie Kuenne



Burke Family Foundation

Frechette Family Foundation




Fort Lincoln Newtown Corporation

The Wharf District Master Developer LLC



Galena-Yorktown Foundation

Hintz Family Foundation

Loretta Polk & Brad Holmes

Virginia & Walter Price

Drs. Milet & Daniel Ridout III




The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers

Julia Guttman & Ben Cohen


Susan & John Colby

Hilton Hotels

The Kuenne Family

The Lamb-McGann Family Foundation

Leslie & Bruce Lane

NBC Universal

Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation




Elizabeth & Michael Brunner

Diana Eisenstat

Carolyn & David Jeppsen

Leslie & Sam Kaplan

Pam & Tony Marquez

Jane & Michael Powell

Mary Richardson & Bill O’Neill

Renah Blair Rietzke Family & Community Foundation

Phyllis Schultze

Sarah & Michael Ulica



Aegean Associates

American Psychological Association

Cathy & Brian Bernasek

Christina Bridgeport

Emily Bromberg & Steve Silverman

Kelley Brooke & Darrin Hostetler

Rick Carlson

Sarah & Roger Conrad

Prachee Devadas

Discovery Communications

Karen Dorigan

Enterprise Holdings Foundation

Jane & Sam Flood

Cathy & Michael Gildenhorn

Adriana & Andrés Gluski

Pam & Tim Gray

Cary Griffin & Tom Suber

Barbara Guttman

Michael Houston

Hadley Hubbard  & Chris Feiss

Aimee Imundo

Maureen Joyce

JP Morgan Chase

Seth Kaplan

Mary Kemper

Kathy & Thomas Knox

Mimi & John Kneuer

Alyssa & Nick Lovegrove

Patricia Meduna & Erik Peterson

Christine & John Milliken


Rhonda & Bob Ricci

The Ryan Family Foundation

Cinthia Schuman & Larry Ottinger

Ana Serra & Karl Driessen

Sheppard Mullin

Laurie & Dave Thomas

Marcie & David Wallace

The Wharf

Carol & Tom Wheeler

Wiley Rein

Lisa Grove & Luis Zavaleta

Nico Zavaleta



Ginger & John Andelin

Rusty & Rich Anderson

Umran Beba

Nina Levine & Paul Bran

Peggy & Peter Briggs

Chevy Chase Trust

Patty & Matthew Goodman

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis

Lisa Greaves

Paula & Todd Hansen

Janelle Ellis & Thomas Kawecki

Bambi Kramer

Linda & Ned Lowry

Padmini & Monish Mahurkar

Cassandra & Bill Oldham

Whitney Pinger & Roger Pollack

Natalie Robinson

Amy & Robert Vieth

Nicole & Derrick Wade

Carolyn Winter & Donald Winkler