GAINING INDEPENDENCE, ONE PERSON, ONE JOB AT A TIME
Every year, the Neurology Vocational Services Unit Gala have brought people together to strengthen communities. Whether you are a community employer, clients receiving our services, or our NVSU supporters, we like to celebrate diversity, building community and empowering individuals with disabilities at this event.
The Gala is our major fundraising event of the year.
Neurology Vocational Services Unit (NVSU) at Harborview is the only full-service program providing a comprehensive array of vocational rehabilitation services to individuals with neurological conditions in the Northwest. NVSU has been providing Northwest companies with quality job applicants since 1976.
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NVS, as the non-profit 501(c)(3) board for NVSU, uses the funds raised at our annual Gala to support our clients’ needs for such things as commercial driver’s licenses, CPR training, food handlers permits, parking fees, assistive technology (including voice activated computer software, adapted keyboards, cell phones, or other specialized communication devices), and on-site staff follow-up to assure that our clients learn their job tasks for their new work situation.
All of the funds we raise go directly to providing these services to our NVSU clients
The Spring Gala is NVS’s annual fundraiser to raise money in benefiting individuals with neurological conditions as they pursue their goal of returning to work. It is also a chance to meet, greet, and thank all of our sponsors.
Thank You for your Support! Our 2018 Gala was a success! We reached our goal and raised $35,000 this year!
The 14th NVS Annual Gala, featuring Dr. Nick Poolos, took place at the Panoramic Room in the Pacific Medical Center on May 20, 2018. Thanks to all of our donor and sponsorship support we were able to reach our goal of $35,000.
"Our mission is to provide a full range of employment services to individuals living with neurological conditions and to assist them to work and lead productive lives."