Thunderbirds Charities Grants $150K to Residence for Young Adults with Disabilities

Posted By on January 5, 2018

Recreation room rendering.

Treasure House, a soon-to-open nonprofit supportive living community for youth with disabilities and the brainchild of Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner and wife Brenda, has been awarded $150,000 by Thunderbird Charities.
The grant will fund the Thunderbirds Charities Interactive Center at the residence. The center will give residents the opportunity to utilize social skills, engage in physical activities and practice teamwork in order to build successful relationships within the community. 
“Our mission is to provide a supportive living community for these young people, while offering them programs that allow them to gain their independence and fulfill their life purpose.  It’s what every parent dreams about for all of their children,” said Brenda Warner. 
Treasure House will include 30 apartments as well as common areas such as a kitchen, living and dining rooms. It will provide educational programming, social activities, and opportunities develop friendships and sportsmanship. 
“Living an independent life is something we all want and deserve,” said Thunderbirds Charities president Andy Markham. “We’re happy to provide assistance and continue to support of Treasure House and all the excellent work they do to help people in our community.” 
Treasure House is expected to open in April. 
Jamie Killin

About Jamie Killin

Jamie Killin is the web editor for Frontdoors Media. She also is a freelance journalist who has been published in Thrillist, Phoenix Magazine, So Scottsdale!, The Arizona Republic and more.
Subscribe To Our Newsletter
Sign Up For The Knock — our weekly summary featuring the latest news, people and culture that connect the Valley of the Sun.
Thanks for signing up. You must confirm your email address before we can send you. Please check your email and follow the instructions.
We respect your privacy. Your information is safe and will never be shared.
Don't miss out. Subscribe today.