• Project Share – The Shepherd’s House

      Project Share - In 2021, let’s go deeper to help those living on the streets and homeless camps in Central Oregon.
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    • Responder Families Open House – Healing Reins

      Let us say THANK YOU to you, our local heroes, with a free, fun evening at the barn for you and your family! We will have some interactive stations set up for you and the family to interact with including: horse grooming and horse-painting activities, horse-treat making, a breed matching challenge, tours of our beautiful facility, and a chance to meet our farm animals, all in a COVID-safe environment. Please RSVP for you and/or your family! Please come on by 60575 Billadeau Rd. Bend, OR 97702
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    • Easter Baskets Needed – The Giving Plate

      Need Easter Baskets - drop off any extra filled Easter Baskets to be distributed to the families we serve. Value no more than $20. These will be handed out to the families we serve. Thank you for your consideration!
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    • “Hope on Wheels” – Furnish Hope

      “Hope on Wheels” - Help hope continue to roll throughout Central Oregon! Be one of 50 supporters donating $50 to help us increase our delivery capacity by expanding our transportation fleet.
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    • The Neighborhood – 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!
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    • Equine Outreach – Photo Exhibit

      Photo Exhibit Event - go to https://www.equineoutreach.com/ to learn more. Equine Outreach Inc. (EOI) has provided for the physical rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming and sanctuary for neglected, abused and unwanted equines since 2004. We touch the lives of our community by providing a safe place for community groups and individuals to interact with, learn about and receive the healing benefi ts of interacting with horses. We work with law enforcement and a variety of other community groups to advocate for, educate about and provide support for equines and their owners around Central OR. We are particularly sensitive to the needs of senior and medically fragile rescues.
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    • Easter Photos Fundraiser – Ember’s Wildflower Animal Sanctuary and Bunny Rescue

      Easter Photos Fundraiser- Family photos with a rescue bunny and cute Easter background! At Ember’s our main focus is taking in unwanted bunnies (including special needs), spay/neuter, provide proper bunny care education, then adopt into loving, indoor homes. Being the only bunny rescue in Central Oregon since January 2019, we’ve taken in 123 bunnies, spay/neutered 82; adopted out 79 as of 10/31/20 and rely solely on volunteers and donations. We’re currently building a new bunny barn which allows us to take in almost triple the amount of bunnies surrendered. We have made a huge difference in the lives of bunnies so far and would benefit from any help provided.
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    • World Down Syndrome Day ~ 3/21 – Diversability

      World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) is celebrated annually around the world on March 21st by wearing crazy or mismatched socks. This day resonates with the DS community because it is the 21st day of the third month, representing three, twenty-first chromosomes. We wear socks that are silly, colorful, and in any way outstanding, to exemplify the unique 21st chromosome karyotype. WDSD is an opportunity to share with our greater Central Oregon community all the wonderfully exceptional aspects of Down syndrome.
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    • Author! Author! literary series – Deschutes Public Library Foundation

      Author! Author! literary series -Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn - New York Times reporters NICHOLAS KRISTOF and SHERYL WuDUNN received a Pulitzer Prize for their coverage of China’s Tiananmen Square movement. https://www.dplfoundation.org/author-author
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    • Beulah’s Place – Essentials Needed

      Essentials needed for those we serve; zippered bags (all sizes), canned soup, brown paper lunch bags, healthy school snacks, candy treats, travel size hygiene products like, kleenex, antibacterial sheets, cotton balls. Please identify some items you can pick up at the store and we'll send you a day, time and location to drop off. Thank you!
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    • Deschutes County Search and Rescue

      The Deschutes County Sheriff’s SAR mission is to provide professional, high-quality search and rescue assistance to citizens of Deschutes County, visitors who recreate locally, and mutual aid to other counties as requested. The ability to save a life or effect a successful rescue is often dependent upon how quickly the person can be found or reached.
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