Disability Connection


Hero Community Volunteers Help Veteran

Community Volunteer HeroesDC is extremely proud of these hero community volunteers that have come together to help a fellow neighbor after a fire destroyed her home.


“I just feel blessed, you know, just blessed, blessed, blessed, blessed,” Silva said.

“We need to all come together and support our friends and neighbors because none of us know when it might be ourselves,” Founder of Disability Connection Janie O’Keefe said.

Quote and Photo Via WLOX News

July 2014

View the local news stories below:

Volunteers  help a woman who lost everything in a fire – WLOX

Disability Connection helps out Local Veteran – WXXV-25

Leo Seal’s Day of Caring

In the news: Disability Connection would like to thank all of the volunteers who kindly donated their time to help get the new DC office “Up to Snuff” and ready to continue building a connected community from a new location. (700 Pass Rd.)


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“Mr. Seal was such an influence to this company and was an advocate for education and volunteering, making sure we give back to the community and that is why we are here today to give back to the community,” Hancock Bank Division Manager David Fayard said.

WLOX.com – The News for South Mississippi