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(408) 657-3846

767 Springwood Drive
San Jose, CA, 95129

Our Mission

Our mission is to change the world through inspiration and compassion. We believe that everyone, including people with capability challenges, should be given fair chance to contribute in the community to the best of their potential.

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What We Do

We are a non-profit and we do two things to help the community.

1. We inspire people by fostering the sharing of true life experiences around inspiration and compassion, especially involving people with capability challenges.
2. We enhance job prospects by creating video resumes.

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Abilities United's 50 Years, 50 Faces

WorldWeDream has partnered with Abilities United to celebrate Abilities Untied's 50th Anniversary! For Abilities United’s 50th Anniversary, as an organization devoted to helping those with disabilities, they are working with WorldWeDream to document the experiences of 50 different people to create 50 different stories. By December 2013, the year of Abilities United’s 50th Anniversary, both WorldWeDream and Abilities United will have 50 stories to inspire, motivate, and share to the world.

Read some of the stories on WorldWeDream as well as on Abilities United's website at www.abilitiesunited.org

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Stories

Checkout these stories full of inspiration and compassion.

After reading these stories, take the next step of making a difference in someone else's life and share your own stories here.


Recent Blog Post

Jeff Byron: transformation, change, and growth since 1969: By Abilities United

Jeff Byron first became familiar with Abilities United in 1969, when his sister, who has […]

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Changeling Dance Theater's Story Performance

Check out Holding Hope!

This year, WorldWeDream collaborated with the Friends of Grace to make a very special piece of literature. With art and stories from the adults from the therapeutic center, the community members of Grace were able to convey their thoughts and feelings about people with special needs. Take a look at the wonderful piece we like to call Holding Hope.
Click here to read Holding Hope.