Charitable Contribution 501(c)3 Registered

empowering your abilities

We Offer Programs for People With Disabilities For Career Assessing, Skill Building , Job Readiness and Entrepreneurship

our backstory

Collette's Determination To Help Other's

Collette Divitto, a 28 year young woman born with down syndrome and a lot of tenacity, a self made entrepreneur and disability advocate, founded Collettey's Inc  after successfully starting her own business. Before going into business for herself, Collette had tried for years to find a paying job and experienced constant rejection and heartbreak. Collettey's Inc was borne out of her first-hand understanding of the challenges that the disability community faces in trying to enter the workforce, and her desire to help others with different abilities find career success. 

Collette  speaking on the panel of The United Nations about her struggles in employment. #MDSC

Collette speaking on the panel of The United Nations about her struggles in employment. #MDSC

education for a better life

Collette With Students

Collette Divitto, founder, poses with one of the groups of students at The University of Connecticut

Collette is devoted and committed to helping the disability community to have every opportunity possible. We take our convictions and turn them 

into action. Think you would like to sponsor a program or get involved? See our form below for more information!

Our History

Collette is devoted to speaking to others to motivate, educate, inspire and advocate.

Collette, founder of Collettey's 501c3 and Collettey's Cookies, speaks to hundreds of people advocating for more opportunities and inclusion for all people with different abilities. Her story has been seen in over 160 countries. Her mission is to show as many people as possible what someone with a disability CAN do.

Our Mission

Collette provides continuing education through workshops for career assessment, developing one's pathway, empowerment, job readiness, skill building, vocational training, and even entrepreneurship. She attributes her success to her continuing education beyond age 21.

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to offer programs on a continuous basis and to help improve the future of people with disabilities by providing more education. Your generous donation could sponsor one of our programs. Donate to Educate!

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