"It's Our Story" would like to extend its deepest thanks to those who have made this journey possible so far:

$10,000.00 +

Mr. Michael B. Clow
Victor Pineda Foundation
AAPD, American Association of People with Disabilities
NCLDY, National Consortium on Leadership, Disability, and Youth
Ms. Susan J. Parker
Yoshiko Dart
Ability Magazine

$5,000.00 +
Museum of disABILITY History

Mr. Gordon Fuller
Erik Barthel
Spencer Seibert
Maureen Donelan
Riis Larson

Students of San Diego State University
Liberty Resources

$1,000.00 +
The Honorable Tony Coehlo
APRIL, Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living
NDRN, National Disability Rights Network
The Arc of the United States
SILC Congress
Idaho SILC
VA Youth Leadership Forum
Virginia Rehabilitation Services
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living
California Foundation for Independent LivingĀ 
Access Living
Independence First
Rochester Center for Independent Living
Memphis Center for Independent Living
Mississippi Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities
Marsha Katz and Bob Liston
Kim and Sy Steinberg
Brenda Curtiss
The Ability Center

Disability Rights and Resources

ARC of Washington, D.C.
John Johnson
Disability Rights and Resources

In addition, "It's Our Story" thanks the numerous individuals who have purchased posters and story sticks or made small donations.

We also extend extreme gratitude to those who have made Scott Cooper's cross-country journey more hospitable, whether they've offered a warm meal, a place to stop for the night, or simply a gracious welcome.

This effort would not have been possible without the efforts of thousands of supporters.