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Imagining Possibilities  welcomes anyone that wants to help us grow our organization. We aim to provide more workshops and support to people with cerebral palsy and other complex communication disabilities. You can support us through volunteering, donating, or connecting us with other AAC users. 

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Donations Helps to Fund Workshops

Imagining Possibilities is a non-profit organization that relies on funding to provide support for AAC users. We appreciate any form of donation, whether it be financial or contributing resources to our workshop. At Imagining Possibilities, we are very thankful to our funders who make our workshops and performances possible. 

Help Us Grow

Imagining Possibilities offers workshops and performances dedicated to people with cerebral palsy and other complex communication disabilities. We are expanding our workshops throughout Ontario, from Toronto to Hamilton to St. Catharines. Thanks to funding, all workshops are free and our inclusive team welcomes anyone that wants to join.


Volunteering at Imagining Possibilities is a great opportunity to gain invaluable experience and contribute to your community. Volunteering means working closely with ADCID’s Co-Executive Directors and assisting in workshops. Volunteering will be beneficial to anyone interested in Arts/Theatre Administration, Arts Education, Non-Profit Sector, or Project Management.

For more information or to volunteer with Imagining Possibilities.

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#215, 1000 King Street West, Toronto, Canada


This program is developed by A.D.C.I.D. (Aiding Dramatic Change in Development) an organisation that Engages Communities in Creative Transformation.

Suite 215, 1000 King Street W, Toronto, Canada 416-823-4957