The Kostas Z Foundation seeks to “provide and create information, integration and participation among people with disabilities and their families and friends.”
And here is a list of their projects and programs: http://www.kostasz.org/about/
Here are the websites of a few of them:
The Rehabilitative Institute of Chicago http://www.ric.org/ – ranked the top rehabilitation hospital in the country by U.S. News and Report for 20 years in a row.
The Eastern Orthodox Christian Inclusion Day Workbook for the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago http://www.inclusioninworship.org/Inclusion%20Awareness%20Day%20Workbook%20Eastern%20Orthodox%20Christians.pdf – profiled a little while ago on this website
Open Doors Organization http://easyaccesschicago.org/home/odo.php – Their purpose: “creating a society in which persons with disabilities have the same consumer opportunities as non-disabled persons. ODO strives to teach businesses how to succeed in the disability market while at the same time empowering people with disabilities.”
IBDD (Brazilian Advocacy Group), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Kostas Z is about involvement, both at home and abroad.
And great photos, too! (See above) Also see http://www.panoramio.com/user/856955?comment_page=1&photo_page=1