A Veteran-operated 501(c)(3) Serving Unserved & Underserved Persons With Disability.
You are invited to become a member of the Differently-Abled Network (DAN), a new community outreach program of White Apple Institute (WAI). Members of DAN volunteer to assist White Apple Institute, and its partners with identifying and restoring hope in unserved and underserved Veterans and other persons with disability in their local community.
A DAN Membership is a WIN_WIN opportunity for those who are willing to ASK for what they NEED to SUCCEED to finish school/college goals and SUCCEED in the WORKPLACE! Meet with “disability and veteran friendly” businesses, schools and social groups looking to increase their list of potential students, employees, productive citizens. DAN meetings and most archived audio and video podcasts are FREE to the public.
Adult Persons with Non-Visble and Visible Disability, acquired through accident, illness, work injury, emotional and environmental issues, or developmental causes receive :
We need money and volunteers This is a great opportunity if you are senior retired adult who wants to help those who are striving to help themselves; or if you are in need of internship hours/college credits; or for those in need of fulfilling community service hours through a court order, just ask a DAN Mentor.
All members of the DAN agree to follow the Golden Rule by treating others as they wish to be treated!
At our DAN meetings, (we use the term "Differently-Abled" to continuously encourage ourselves and others to change our "PERCEPTION" of DISABLED and focus on what we are able to do to succeed in higher education and the workforce and be recognized as contributing and productive citizens. It is not our intention to ignore our disability or change the terminology necessary for health care and benefits. Please feel free to ask a DAN Mentor about sharing your story to inspire and inform others, and sharing what you need to succeed at school and work!
Your Sponsorship of the White Apple Institute Talk Shows covers the travel and basic operating expenses for members of the Differently-Abled Network (DAN) to meet, produce, and promote audio/video podcasts of inspirational stories, self-help tips and education and workforce opportunities from "disability and veteran friendly" schools, companies, social groups, community agencies, and faith-based organizations.
Sponsors and share their mission and opportunities on our talk show podcasts without paying exorbitant advertisement fees.
Place Your B.E.T.S. on our VETS
This is what your money will do per Student Veteran
$60.00 Bus pass/Mileage-Gas, or bike.
$120.00 Replacement of books, supplies or equipment
$90.00 Child Care Emergency, replacement eyeglasses, and NON-EMERGENCY medical equipment repairs and replacements..
$180.00 New job expenses (test and license fees, uniforms, shoes, etc)
$300.00 Minor Car Repairs, Utility bills,
The Place Your B.E.T.S. On Our BETS program is a is the only place you will hear the “real” problems and solutions facing Veterans (male and female) and their family members as they transition into the civilian cultures at school and work, as well as achieve a quality life. The conversations include discussions on PTSD/MST, announcement of events and benefits in Arizona and across the nation. Hosted by Dr. Danita Applewhite, Mitchell Caviness and fellow Veterans willing to share their motivating stories about helping themselves and others change the perceptions of “Disabled” Veteran to “Differently-abled Veteran”. Enjoy guests from a variety of organizations and companies as they share opportunities and benefits you may not hear anywhere else.
Sponsor our next DAN meetingr to reach Underserved Vete