Donka Digest | Spring 2019
Engaging the community to support people with disabilities is a huge part of Donka’s mission.
On Wednesday, February 13, Donka’s board of directors selected Rhonda Pavicich its new president.
When Rich Komorouski made the move to the DuPage Care Center (DPCC) he was already tech-savvy and using Dragon Naturally Speaking to access a computer.
In this edition of What's app?, discover Be My Eyes, Live Transcribe, and Audio Amplifier.
Last December, Donka was one of 20 organizations statewide to receive a grant from the Charitable Trust Stabilization Fund Grant operated by the Illinois State Treasurer.
Donka Digest | Summer 2018
Having a disability, whether physical or visual, can be disheartening. It can dramatically change a person's ability to go about everyday life independently. For Baltazar, his visual impairment was a challenge to his desire to gain employment and self-sufficiency.
Donka is grateful for Bill Paschke, one of our newest volunteers.
The Naperville Noon Lions recently made a $3,000 donation to Donka in memory of Bill McManus, a club member from 2002-2018. Bill passed away on March 7, 2018.
Jared Crimmins, pictured teaching a student, learned about Donka at a hist school's (College of DuPage) Career Fair in September of 2017 and shortly after signed on to become a volunteer in our computer lab.