Family & Children – What If We Could?

Family & Children

  • Deschutes Children Foundation

    Community Campuses - We are a home for nonprofits in Deschutes County. By providing our nonprofit partners with space and support to fulfill their missions, Deschutes Children’s Foundation increases their capacity to help children and families in our community. Our campuses are safe havens for people in need to find support and resources in convenient locations.
    $0.00 donated
  • Healthy Beginnings

    Healthy Beginnings was established in 1994 by 3 early childhood experts who saw the need to establish a way for families to identify concerns before entering school. Started as a grass roots organization, Healthy Beginnings has grown over the last 25 years, and has served more than 10,000 children across 3 counties.
    $0.00 donated
  • Family Resource Center of Central Oregon

    In a year filled with uncertainty, support for parents is more critical than ever before. Family Resource Center provides parenting education and support services through classes, home visits, support groups, and parent coaching. To keep everyone safe during the pandemic we have moved all programs to virtual settings and have expanded services to better support parents that need additional help. During these uncertain times, our goal is to do what we can to support parents and reduce stress in the home, keeping children safe and healthy.
    $0.00 donated
  • First Story

    First Story is excited to bring affordable homeownership to Sisters, Oregon. The non-profit founded in Redmond in 1998, is dedicated to giving families a hand-up to homeownership. First Story’s approach is different — Through a unique partnership with builder Hayden Homes, First Story will provide zero-down and zero-interest, 30-year home loans on newly constructed Hayden Homes in the builder’s new McKenzie Meadows community. The 3-bedroom and 2-bath homes will be sold move-in ready with all appliances, washer & dryer and landscaping. Homes will be available to families below 80% of area median income who have completed NeighborImpact’s Home Buyer Education Class.
    $0.00 donated
  • Healthy Families Oregon-High Desert

    Healthy Families of the High Desert is a Healthy Families Oregon/Healthy Families America Program. It is a voluntary home visiting program that assists families in giving their newborn children a “healthy start” in life. The program offers weekly intensive home visits for families that need and accept extra support.
    $0.00 donated
  • J Bar J Boys Ranch

    Facilitating Positive Change for Youth: A residential treatment program for adjudicated teen boys, providing an opportunity to restructure thinking, succeed academically, and grow in responsibility. The newest initiative, a vocational program, is now open. By providing vocational training in addition to a strong academic curriculum, the opportunity for gainful employment increases.
    $101.00 donated
  • Big Brother Big Sisters

    Kids need someone to stand in their corner, to be there when they face challenges, and to inspire them. Twenty years of data tell us how mentors ignite the potential and make a long term difference in the lives of kids and families. Kids with mentors do better in school, achieve higher levels of education, and have stronger relationships than those without. What family doesn’t benefit from have and extra support person! “Bigs” and “Littles” are matched based on common interests. Those can range from mountain bike riding, creating science projects, or watching football; each match decides what they enjoy doing together. The same studies tell us that whatever the activity, it’s the relationship with the positive, caring, adult role model who makes the difference.
    $2.00 donated
  • EveryChild of Central Oregon

    Every Child partners with DHS child welfare to provide immediate and emergency tangible needs to children entering into the foster care system or at high risk of entering into foster care. These funds would go only to providing quick response to these requests. Frequently requested items are: car seats, clothing, pack n plays and beds. If you would like to learn more about Every Child, visit us online at
    $6,867.00 donated
  • We Are Sage

    We are a community of advocates who believe that each generation should improve the quality of life for the next. Everyone is an asset, despite their age. People over fifty have energy, wisdom and resources that are vital to the well-being of our communities. Through workshops, discussions and leadership development, SAGE inspires and supports adults to give forward so younger and future generations thrive.
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  • Every Child Central Oregon

    Hospitality is the cornerstone of Every Child. Volunteers embody this each and every day with Every Child. Every Child focuses on meeting tangible needs for children in foster care and families in Oregon communities. Opportunities differ from county to county. Sign up to learn more!
    $0.00 donated