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The Grosfeld Center for Special Education and Support Services, a division of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah in Detroit, works with kids with a wide range of disabilities, from Down Syndrome to autism.

But it's what it does with those kids that's caught the eye of Catholic parents in the area.

They're raising funds for the Catholic Foundation of Michigan to send their kids there, and they were blown away by what they saw during a recent tour, reports the Detroit Free Press.

"They rolled out the red carpet, showed us around the school and, quite frankly, they blew our socks off," says Paul Mersino, president of the Catholic Foundation of Michigan's board.

"The school was thriving.

What was clear walking through the school was that not only is this amazing for these students who need this help and their families, it's good for the entire community."

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