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Oregon Funding Sources

Access Technologies Inc.,

Provides equipment and training to people with significant combined hearing and vision loss so they can stay connected to friends and family.

Adler's Voice

Provides resources, medical and therapeutic treatments, assistive technology, educational resources and more for children with any disability and significant speech challenges.

Angel Flight West

Provide passengers access to treatment at faraway medical centers; transporting blood to critically ill patients; flying special needs kids to summer camps; and many more humanitarian missions.

ARROAutism Family Holiday Assistance Project

Autism Research & Resources of Oregon assists families with a child having autism during the holidays with gift cards. Families are nominated by the County Board of Developmental Disabilities Program Caseworker.

Bill Porter Memorial Fund

Supports any Oregonian who currently receives services from UCP Oregon to enhance their quality of life.

Blanche Fischer Foundation

Founded in 1981, the Blanche Fisher Foundation provides financial assistance through grants to help pay for disability aids. This grant is restricted to residents of Oregon. A person must also display a physical disability and financial need.

Dream Factory of Oregon

Grants the dreams of children age 3 through 18 that are critically and chronically ill.

Make-A-Wish of Oregon

Grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

Oregon Prescription Drug Program

Lower prescription drug costs.

Prison Pet Partnership

Trains service dogs in the Women’s prison in Gig Harbor, WA and provides dogs to people in WA, OR, ID and MT. There is a $50 application fee and, aside from the cost of the food and supplies, the dog is free. Wait time can be 1-3 years.

Quota International of Central Oregon

Quota International is a service organization that links members of all ages, occupations, and nationalities in a worldwide network of service and friendship. The funds benefit underprivileged families/children and/or deaf and hard of hearing community in central Oregon.

Sidney and Lillian Zetosch Fund

The Oregon Center for Children & Youth with Special Health Needs supports the purchase of adaptive equipment for low income children with special health needs to succeed in the education. Further details can be obtained by contacting Gilliam Freney at 503-494-8618

Steelman Family Foundation

SFF raises funding to support families touched by various disabilities focusing mostly on Cerebral Palsy and Autism. Transportation, respite care, caregiver support activities are just a few of the ways SFF gives back.

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