CP Rochester

CP Rochester provides a network of services for people with physical disabilities®, from infancy through their senior years, to ensure that they safely determine their own pathways in life and live as full members of their communities. Celebrating 75 years of dedicated service,
CP Rochester continues to open doors and change lives.

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Empowering People's Independence

EPI provides progressive, tailored care solutions to people with developmental disabilities, epilepsy, and brain injury. Headquartered in Rochester, NY and with offices in Syracuse and Binghamton, EPI provides comprehensive services in the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, Western and Central New York regions.

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Medical Motor Services

Medical Motor Services provides direct transportation services to children, adults, and senior citizens with disabilities® and special needs, arranges transportation using other community providers and offers a vehicle maintenance service to other not-for-profit organizations.

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter provides comprehensive services to families who live with the unpredictable effects of multiple sclerosis through education, information, advocacy, health and wellness activities.

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Rochester Hearing and Speech Center

Rochester Hearing and Speech Center identifies, evaluates and provides treatment for anyone of any age with speech, language, or hearing challenges to enable communication for life.

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Rochester Rehabilitation

Rochester Rehabilitation achieves its mission of Work, Wellness, Independence, by getting people back to work and fostering active living. It provides an array of vocational, mental health, specialized driver evaluation/training, plus adaptive sports and recreation services for people with disabilities® designed to assist them in achieving vocational goals, independent living, and healthy active lifestyles.

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Starbridge partners with people of diverse abilities and their families to achieve success in education, employment, and healthy living.

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Lou and Roberta's Story

Lou and Roberta's Story

Lou Langie, Jr., has been an active Al Sigl volunteer for over 30 years, after being invited for a tour by colleagues in the early 1980s. “I still remember that tour,” he recalls, “Once I saw the wonderful work the agencies were doing and the help that people received, I was very impressed. You could see how the agencies were working together to best meet the needs of the community. It was clear that this was an organization that I wanted to support.”

Following the example of those who first invited him to get involved, Lou has asked colleagues and friends to volunteer in support of Al Sigl’s collaborative mission. Several have gone on to serve in Board leadership roles. Lou’s daughter, Roberta Van Winkle, currently volunteers on the Board of Governors.

“I encouraged others to volunteer, especially young people, because I felt that, of all the organizations I knew in the community, the Al Sigl agencies were impacting more people that needed help,” he recalls.

As a parent, he encouraged his children to also consider creating a life of service to others.

“I actually started volunteering for Al Sigl back when I was in sixth grade,” remembers Lou’s daughter, Roberta. “When I returned to Rochester after college, I was looking for one or two nonprofit organizations to support. Al Sigl was one that I chose. The way the collaboration is structured is so unique. By providing real estate and supports to the agencies that share space on Al Sigl’s campuses, the agencies can focus more clearly on the needs of the people they serve.”

This year, our Member Agencies and the 55,000 people they serve have faced another year of incredible challenges. With so much uncertainty, more and more people are turning to Al Sigl Member Agencies for help and support.

We hope you will join Lou and Roberta in making a gift in support of our work together. Your gift today will help children and adults of all abilities lead more independent lives.

For Lou, the reason is simple, ”When you think of giving, you have to think of Al Sigl.”

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Legacy Giving

If you are looking to make a legacy gift, please consider naming Al Sigl Community of Agencies in your will. You can make charitable gifts of cash, life income, retirement fund asset, stock or life insurance. Perhaps the easiest way to make a gift is to name Al Sigl in your will through a simple bequest.

For more details, please contact Debra J. Salmon, Vice President, at (585) 442-4102 x2718 or e-mail dsalmon@alsigl.org.

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Al Sigl Community of Agencies

We’re a collaborative community network that provides high-quality, cost-effective real estate and business services, while fostering community awareness and philanthropic support to a growing array of nonprofit organizations that serve children and adults with disabilities® and special needs.

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Spread the Word: Inclusion

On March 3rd, Al Sigl joined together once again with The Golisano Foundation, Best Buddies, and Special Olympics to Spread the Word: Inclusion. This year’s focus is on the importance of connection. Although the tools we use to connect may change, our shared need for connection does not. Below are a few ways in which […]

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Give Something That Means Something

Newsman Al Sigl rallied his daily radio listeners to get involved wherever there was a need. In 1937, he made an on-air plea for donors to help a child in need of a transfusion. The broadcast was immediately followed by 600 calls and offers of help. He wrote down the names and blood types on […]

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JustOne Game Show Night

  • Package Pickup on February 8, 2022, 3-5 pm at The Golisano Campus on Elmwood

  • JustOne Game Show Night on February 9, 2022, 5:30-6:30 pm at Zoom

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