JERICHO strives to bring dignity, respect and wholeness to the lives of people with disabilities and their families.

50th

Your Jericho

The Memory Tree

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Please join us as we welcome back our beloved Memory Tree in its 4th year adorned with the names of our friends and family members in memory or celebration of their lives. Each name is written by hand onto a beautiful ribbon, hand-tied to the tree, and as an option, we will also send a Jericho Christmas card to notify the receiver you are thinking of them or chose to celebrate and honor their name in a meaningful way this Christmas.

Your donation of $10 per person or $40 for five people is tax-deductible and helps JERICHO to provide programs and support to our community. May this Christmas be a blessing of joy for you and yours. Thank you for returning this form and contributing to this annual tradition.

Open our online form here.

Or download our paper form here.

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Welcome to Jericho, the Bureau for Exceptional Children and Adults. Please browse our website to learn more about who we are and what we do. We welcome community involvement and volunteerism. If the work we have been doing for almost 50 years inspires you, consider making a donation to help us continue for many more years to come.

Our Mission

The Bureau for Exceptional Children and Adults (Jericho) is a non-profit organization in the Diocese of Springfield which provides religious and social services through western Massachusetts. We strive to bring dignity, respect, and wholeness into the lives of people with disabilities and their families. Through advocacy, we strive to provide the means to meet the spiritual, moral, and social challenges of everyday life. It is our goal to make every effort to integrate people with disabilities into the life of the Church and society.

Our Volunteer Heroes

Dianne

Dianne

Dianne has a long history of working with individuals with different abilities. She started in the i...

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Donna

Donna

Donna first discovered Jericho eight years ago, when a young lady named Beth came to live with her...

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