Investing in the Prosperity of people and the profitability of our partners
Thank you to everyone that came to our 2022 Walk for Wheels!
We also want to extend a huge thank our Walk for Wheels Sponsors:
Bank Cherokee, Success Computing Consultants, the Griff Group, The Bear Lot, BDS FLEET and Rosemount Saw and Tool!
Thank you to our 2021 Gala sponsors
- Riverbridge Partners - Bank Cherokee -Tradition Mortgage - Stagetime Productions - Clickbid-
Donate, Volunteer, or join us at an Event!
Kaposia is always looking for dynamic volunteers to coordinate and recruit fundraising teams, leverage community support, plan activities and help our great cause!
We thank you for your interest in volunteering and supporting KAPOSIA!
In the Fall, Kaposia holds its annual GALA, featuring a silent auction, banquet, and special guest. Funding from the Gala is used to kick start new initiatives for our customers.
Your financial support is crucial in promoting the personal, social and vocational success of persons with disabilities throughout the Twin Cities area.
Your contribution enables us to assist well over 300 adults with disabilities either find meaningful employment each year or receive services in their retirement.
What we do
Ever talk of what you want in life only to be told by others that it is not possible? At Kaposia, we mean what we say. We will work with you and your ideas to help them become reality. As we help you walk through the Discovery Process you will begin to flesh out your desires and put them into the proper perspective.
At Kaposia, retiring doesn’t mean an end but rather a new beginning with different experiences. We have a vital community volunteer program, various learning, recreational and leisure opportunities and other ways that we help you stay active. You won’t have to wonder about how to fill your time, we'll help you see all the ways you can!
What Drives Us
Our History and Values
Each person is valuable and should be treated with dignity and respect.
Kaposia has been investing the in prosperity of people with disabilities for over 50 years.
Take a look back at our HISTORY.
Older people who volunteer remain physically functional longer, have more robust psychological well-being, and live longer.