“My name is William White and I am from San Jose, California…”
One of John’s greatest strengths is networking and meeting new people…
“Since being matched as buddies in October of 2016, we have been able to do so much!”
Join leadership innovators Atlas SF360 in opening new doors to opportunities and unlimited possibilities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the Best Buddies programs.
Best Buddies Month is a time for Best Buddies participants to reflect on the importance of friendship, jobs, and the development of future leaders. Most importantly, it is a time to show the world the significance of these essentials in every individual’s life.
This day gathers people committed to a more inclusive world to build awareness for our society to stop and think about its use of the R-word and rally people to pledge respect toward all individuals, making the world a more accepting and inclusive place for all people, especially those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Danielle Crane does various projects for 3 different departments: Marketing, Publicity, and Talent Relations. She assists with invoices, ordering inventory, putting together and mailing charity boxes, assisting on the set of some of the live shows, along with other projects.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Pederson family motto is simple: Live like a champ. And not only is Dodgers rookie All-Star Joc Pederson living up to that mantra, but his older brother, Champ, is as well. Champ has Down syndrome, and the brothers unveiled a new cap sporting the family’s […]
“Before becoming involved with Best Buddies, I spent most of my free time at the University of San Francisco going to sporting events. I didn’t have many friends, but I was always looking for ways to meet new people. Since joining Best Buddies, my life has changed for the better. […]
Miguel was introduced to Best Buddies in 2012, when he joined the Jobs program through the Best Buddies partnership with Project SEARCH at Kaiser Permanente Hospital South Bay. When Miguel started his internship rotations, he was at the bottom of his class in basic math and reading skills, and was […]