Our 2017 Gala drew more than 400 guests and raised nearly $300,000. Your generous contributions help us carry out our mission of advancing the quality of life for people with disabilities.
We purchased a new residence on Pleasant Avenue in Richfield to replace our Webster house. The new home is larger and more accessible for the four residents.
Opportunity Partners’ Committee of Advocacy & Leadership (COAL) earned statewide recognition by the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits in the area of Advocacy.
Armando Camacho was hired on as President & CEO. Armando came into the position with a strong background in nonprofit management, education and special education.
Opportunity Partners celebrates 60 years of success in helping people with disabilities live, learn and work more independently.
Opportunity Partners expands hoMEbase to Coon Rapids, and hits a new milestone: 1,700 people served annually.
Opportunity Partners opens two new programs: hoMEbase apartment living in Hopkins, and community-based Spectrum, which serves people with autism and other disabilities in a community model.