2018 Bend Summer Festival Beneficiaries
Support NeighborImpact by being a Bend Summer Festival Volunteer today! NeighborImpact provides over 100 volunteers to Bend Summer Festival. For every volunteer that supports the event, $40-$60 will be donated to the organization. Volunteers also receive a really cool NeighborImpact hat for volunteering and will be entered into a raffle!
NeighborImpact has recently expanded their services to include Early Head Start home visiting in Redmond and two full day preschool classrooms in Prineville and Redmond. The next step for their organization is to find additional locations to expand their full day preschool program throughout their service area. The money earned from this volunteer event will support implementation of full day preschool in to our Central Oregon communities to support school readiness.
NeighborImpact Head Start/ Early Head Start provides free quality preschool and social services to 445 children and families throughout Crook and Deschutes County.
This is a FREE preschool program that supports family engagement, social/emotional and physical development, hearing and vision, referrals and assistance, health and nutrition and early childhood education. We have recently expanded our services to include Early Head Start home visiting in Redmond and two full day preschool classrooms in Prineville and Redmond. The next step for our organization is to find additional locations to expand our full day preschool program throughout our service area. The money earned from this volunteer event will support implementation of full day preschool in to our Central Oregon communities to support school readiness. Job applications for NeighborImpact’s Head Start program staff are located at NeighborImpact.org
Questions? Contact Genna or Kathleen at email@example.com or (541) 604-1923.
Stuff the Bus With Mosaic Medical
Mosaic Medical is a nonprofit Community Health Center organization that aims to improve the health and well-being of the individuals, families and communities we serve, regardless of an individual’s life circumstances. Our Mobile Community Clinic is a primary care clinic offering mobile medical services to those in our community experiencing homelessness.
Over 500 individuals came to our six mobile sites last year and received medical care as well as access to the following services:
- Oregon Health Plan (OHP)/Medicaid sign-ups
- Transportation service to specialty medical appointments/treatment arranged
- Syringe Exchange (certain sites only)
- Connection to behavioral health support, pain management, detox and treatment facilities, chemical dependency counseling and housing resources
You can find the Mobile Community Clinic at the following locations:
- Mondays at Sheppard’s House
- Tuesdays at J Bar J Youth Services* and The Loft (Cascade Youth & Family Center)
- Wednesdays at United Methodist Church in downtown Bend
- Thursdays at Sisters Kiwanis and Jericho’s Table in Redmond