In our community people with intellectual disabilities are at the heart of L'Arche. They're not clients, patients, or recipients of services, but rather they are friends, teachers, and companions.
People with intellectual disabilities grow through their encounters in L'Arche. Through daily acts of care, trust, and friendship, they develop into ambassadors of compassion and leaders for social change and the common good.
A divided society is mended through inclusivity; where people with many differences–social-economic status, race, religion, and intellectual capacity–live and work together.
On Friday, October 7, beginning at 5:30 P.M. at Lake Shore Country Club, L’Arche Erie will host its 10th Annual Reverse Raffle and Awards Dinner. Dinner tickets are $60 and Reverse Raffle tickets are $20 for a chance to win $2,000!Read More
Erie Gives takes place on August 9th, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
You can go to www.eriegives.com for more information on how you can support L'Arche ErieRead More
"It was an ordinary house in an ordinary middle-class suburb in Erie, Pennsylvania, yet I was somewhat apprehensive, as a complete stranger, to ring the doorbell. When the door opened, I was greeted by a woman in her 60s I’ll call Phillipa, whose bright smile and brilliant blue eyes immediately told me I was in the right place.Read More
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