Fleamarksets is a national network of charities and other non-profits that provide services to adults with disabilities.
It provides financial and technical assistance to individuals and their families.
The network has a network of more than 2,200 programs in 46 states, including Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania and Ohio.
It also has a program in Massachusetts, which provides financial support to adult childwar and other adult childworks.
Fleamares founder and CEO and co-founder Michael M. Karpis said that the organization has already raised about $10 million in private and public donations.
The money will go to two different programs: a children’s program that provides care for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities; and a program that supports adults with special needs.
“It’s really a testament to our passion for making this happen, and our commitment to making it happen at a grassroots level,” Karpidis said in a statement.
The funds will also be used to launch the “Adult Childwar” charity campaign.
Kaspars and Fleamar are hoping that this initiative will make a difference in helping children.
“The whole world is looking to the United States to be a model,” Kaspar said.
“We know there’s a huge gap in our society between what’s happening in the States and the rest of the world, and we’re trying to fill that gap.”
For more information, visit the Adult Childwar website.