Weston is proud to support the following charitable organizations
Convoy of Hope
Convoy of Hope provides help and hope to people in need in the United States and around world through their children's feeding initiatives, community outreaches, disaster response and partner resourcing.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Bend and Anchorage offer home ownership opportunities to families who are unable to obtain conventional house financing. Generally, this includes those whose income is 30 to 50 percent of the area's median income. In most cases, prospective Habitat homeowner families make a small down payment. Additionally, they contribute 400 to 600 hours of "sweat equity" on the construction of their home or someone else's home. Because Habitat houses are built using donations of land, material and labor, mortgage payments are kept affordable.
Healing Reins brings together disabled and at-risk children and adults, caring volunteers, certified riding instructors, and highly trained horses to accomplish our mission, “…to heal with horses.”
March of Dimes
In local communities across the country, the March of Dimes helps moms take charge of their health, and supports families when something goes wrong. The March of Dimes also acts globally: sharing best practices in perinatal health and helping improve birth outcomes where the needs are the most urgent.
Children of Peru
The Children of Peru Foundation helps children by supporting projects run by local organizations in healthcare & education. This includes the poor, malnourished or abused children needing immediate medical attention, children with developmental disabilities (Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy), as well as surgical procedures (cleft lips & palates, cleft lip rhinoplasties, pharyngeal flaps, and similar deformities such as microtias).
Ronald McDonald House
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Oregon supports children and families in Central & Eastern Oregon through its cornerstone program, the Bend Ronald McDonald House, a "home away from home" for families of pediatric patients. Their small staff and dedicated group of volunteers work tirelessly on behalf of those they serve to create a warm and caring home-like environment and remain a beacon of hope during times of uncertainty and stress.
Sparrow Clubs exist to set the stage for simple yet heroic acts of kindness in schools and youth culture by empowering kids to help kids in medical need. Through community service and fundraising projects, Sparrow Clubs support children who have either life threatening illnesses or chronic disabilities and whose families face financial hardship because of it. Individual schools and youth groups are paired with a qualified local child, often a classmate, who is facing a medical crisis. Sparrow Clubs offers young people a way to aid one another. Helping kids help kids in medical need.
Stone Soup Group
Stone Soup Group works with families of children with special needs from birth up to age 26. Their services are available statewide and they help families with medical, disability, mental health, and special education issues. Their programs focus on a specific need and are no cost to families.
KIDS Center (Kids Intervention and Diagnostic Service Center) is a child abuse intervention center serving Central Oregon. We interview and medically evaluate children who have suspected abuse. Their child friendly environment seeks to find out what has happened and to provide a path to healing through family support and therapeutic services.
Bend Science Station
The Bend Science Station is dedicated to teaching science, through the process of discovery, in a unique and motivating laboratory setting. The Bend Science Station is a learning laboratory working in collaboration with local schools, businesses and families. Their goal is to help improve science education and provide not only a science educated workforce, but also a scientifically literate community which is engaged in the world around it.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
MBSEF is a non profit organization whose guiding philosophy is to encourage academic achievement and promote the positive values of competitive Alpine, Cross Country Skiing, Snowboarding, and Cycling. Their main objective is to assist student athletes in achieving their individual athletic, academic and personal goals. The program's guiding philosophy is to encourage academic achievement and promote the positive values of competitive sport: sportsmanship, self discipline, goal setting, character building and the pursuit of healthy lifetime activities.
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