The Kennedy Center provides daily transportation services to people with disabilities. Over the last several years, the Norma F. Pfriem Foundation has generously supported The Kennedy Center by providing new vehicles to replace their aging fleet. State funding does not cover the cost of replacement and the Foundation’s support has been crucial in helping the agency’s transportation services meet the mobility needs of their clients who rely on these services to get to work, programs and daily appointments.
Most recently, the Norma F. Pfriem Foundation generously donated four Quest vans valued at a total of $120,000 to The Kennedy Center. These new 7-passenger vehicles are providing transportation to clients involved in residential services, employment services and students in transitional programs. In total, the Foundation has donated a total of 25 vehicles.