Responding to COVID-19

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Boundless Future

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Boundless Family of Companies Announces Six New Board Members

Boundless Family of Companies Announces Six New Board Members

The Boundless family of companies is delighted to announce the appointment of six individuals to its board of trustees. David Clark (CFO & partner, Vanguard Wines), Robert “Bob” Hays (wealth advisor, Stratos Wealth Partners), Adrian Moore (officer/financial center manager, Fifth Third Bank), Lori Steiner (president and chief operating officer, BORROR), Gwen Weihe (community advocate), and Marci Straughter (community advocate) began their tenure on the Boundless board January 1, 2021.

Announcing the Sale of Secure Document Destruction to Super Shred

Announcing the Sale of Secure Document Destruction to Super Shred

For nearly a decade, Boundless Secure Document Destruction has provided valuable pre-employment training to numerous individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges as part of our mission to build a world that realizes the boundless potential of all people.

Boundless Campus 2021 Updates

Boundless Campus 2021 Updates

This year has been anything but normal for many of us. As we end the year, the Boundless leadership team is reconfirming our commitment to creating a campus home to best-in-class treatment of children and youth with autism— and one that also serves the greater Worthington community.

Give Boundlessly, Inspire Potential

Give Boundlessly, Inspire Potential

Your boundless giving inspires potential in the lives of the people we serve! Watch our video to see the impact of giving here at Boundless.

Kenny’s Monsters Take Over Dayton Art Gallery

Kenny’s Monsters Take Over Dayton Art Gallery

Great artists have an unmistakable style. You don’t have to be an art connoisseur to point out a Van Gogh in a museum, while just about anyone can spot a character drawn by Dr. Seuss.

Kenny Miller has that level of style.

Once you’ve set eyes on one of Kenny’s zany and loveable monsters, you can pick his handiwork out of a crowd, but this November, you won’t have to look hard at all. The Dayton Society of Artists will feature Kenny’s artwork in his very own exhibit. Around one hundred works will be on display—that’s a horde of monsters!

DSP Recognition Week

DSP Recognition Week

dsp Recognition week: Celebrating Boundless heroesDSP Recognition Week is here! This year, when the world has so clearly seen the essential roles...