Galt Foundation celebrates the community of Black individuals with disabilities.
As 2022 comes to an end, the Galt Foundation leadership team reflects on the year’s successes and sincerely thanks those who made these achievements possible.
Galt Foundation is extending into Delaware as the next step in creating a truly equitable workplace.
For the first time on The Simpsons, an episode featuring a Deaf character starring a Deaf voice actor was aired. Galt explores the importance of accurate representation.
Oscar-winning film CODA is a monumental win for the Deaf community. Galt explores the importance of advocacy in making the film and what we can learn from it.
Getting a job isn’t easy. Staffing agencies can be helpful for people with disabilities who are looking for work. Learn what sets Galt Foundation apart.
Diabetes is recognized as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and every November, communities across the US seek to raise awareness and educate individuals about it for American Diabetes Month. Galt Foundation shines a light on this invisible disability by sharing information and resources about diabetes – a disability that over 7 million Americans are unknowingly living with today.
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), a national campaign that celebrates employees with disabilities and their contributions to the world of work, and encourages employers to adopt new policies and practices.
In this blog post, learn more about who we are, what makes us different from other staffing agencies, and why we’re proud to be one of the world’s largest employers of people with disabilities.
January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma can occur at any age and is irreversible, making regular eye exams critical. Read more now.