Health—General & Rehabilitative


Sharing The Dream

Naples, FL


We know that living with a disability can negatively impact ones chances of success in education and employment, but at Dreamscape Foundation, we believe that we have the power to do something to address this. While nothing can prepare us for an unanticipated disability, Dreamscape Foundation offers hope. Dreamscape Foundation provides accommodations for individuals with disabilities in their pursuit of education and life-fulfilling work. Our mission is to aid the small population of people affected by sensory impairments to help them achieve success and to fund a cure. We encourage the community to embrace the use of accessible technology to ensure independence. With your help, we can make our communities more accessible. Our dreams are just the beginning.

Notes from the Nonprofit

We continue to strive and find creative ways to help those in need. We wont stop until all that need assistance receive it.

Thank you to all for your continued support of Dreamscape Foundation.

Ruling Year



Mr. Joseph D Sehwani


Mr. Davey M Sehwani

Main Address

999 Vanderbilt Beach Road Suite 200

Naples, FL 34108 USA


disability, ackommodation, rare diseases, creativity, giving, hope, nonprofit





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Nonmonetary Support N.E.C. (E19)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (G01)

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (A12)

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FIRST GOAL: To be able to make a difference in someones life and to inspire others to do the same.

SECOND GOAL: To be able to provide knowledge and resources for individuals in order to help them live comfortably and succeed.

THIRD GOAL: To be able to raise funds and contribute to research and development of cures for rare disabilities and diseases

The Dreamscape Foundation uses the following strategies to expand its mission:
- social media marketing
- video marketing
- crowd funding for disability accommodations
- community involvement, establishing volunteer networks
- Corporate partnerships/donation

The Dreamscape Foundation strives to inspire and empower others around us to help create a better world. However, creating a better world & empowering those around us requires teamwork from the community! We always encourage our supporters to collaborate with us to make fun and unique projects to raise awareness and funds for our mission.

The Dreamscape Foundation tracks it's success by evaluating the:
- The Growth of our volunteer network
- Expanding our mission national wide, by attracting media exposure
- Helping impact the lives of individuals

Some of the major accomplishments we have made in the past 6 months
- Became a Non-Profit corporation
- Register with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General
- Register with the United States Internal Revenue Service
- Developed a new website for my foundation
- Register for 501(c)(3) status to become a fully functional foundation
- Established a connection network with local churches and hospitals

As the Dreamscape Foundation continues to grow, we aim to expand our mission national wide and aid all inidivudals impacted by rare disabilities and diseases.

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