The Woolly Farms Foundation is a nonprofit located in Jefferson County that serves individuals with diverse needs and abilities by creating inclusive programs centered around community involvement; access to purposeful employment; and opportunities for building meaningful relationships and social skills. We are focused on supporting individuals in Jefferson County and from surrounding rural areas. The best part about Woolly Farms is that it is FREE of charge for all participants!
To provide adults with diverse needs and abilities the opportunity to reach their fullest potential by providing a supervised environment in which to strengthen independence, build relationships and grow.
Woolly Farms Foundation is passionate about improving the lives of young adults with diverse needs and abilities, creating new opportunities for them, and sparking generosity within our community.
The organization has weekly gatherings for these young adults to build their social and life skills under the supervision of a trained professional.
Kathryn (Kak) Eli-Schneider has over 30 years of experience working with students with diverse needs and abilities. Most recently, Kak retired from her position as a transition educator at Washburn Rural High School in Topeka, Kan. She is very enthusiastic about providing inclusive opportunities for individuals of all abilities, as well as providing hands-on daily living and social skills training in community settings.
More to come on Kak…