Purpose: To enhance teaching and learning for underserved children and those with disabilities, birth to age 21, through evidence-based and/or innovative practices and projects.
Since 2006, we have awarded 373 grants, totaling $304,100, making a difference in the lives of more than 41,000 children and students. In addition, the Foundation is grateful to have received $271,000 from seven local Foundations that share our mission.
EARLY INTERVENTION/EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Identification of and services for children birth through age 5 with varying degrees of disabilities including autism, hearing and visual impairments, speech-language needs, and those who are medically fragile.
BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMS FOR AT-RISK STUDENTS
For students kindergarten to age 21 with developmental delays, psychological, emotional, and behavioral issues.
NORTHWEST OUTDOOR SCIENCE SCHOOL
We seek outside funding to provide tuition assistance for schools that would otherwise not be able to participate. Thank you to the Juan Young Memorial Trust and the Carol and Velma Saling Foundation for their ongoing support.
5825 NE Ray Circle
Hillsboro OR 97124-6436
Tax ID: 20-5449967
Board President and Treasurer - Yuen Chin
President-elect and Secretary - Dr. Joseph Christy
Past president - Jeff Condit
Development Director - Andi Miller
Foundation Director - Megan Stenberg
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