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Philanthropy Program Priorities

The philanthropy program established five priorities to focus on giving impact.  All grants must provide services that impact one or more priorities.

Every child should grow up in a healthy and nurturing environment free from abuse and neglect. Therefore, we support:

● programs aimed at preventing child abuse and neglect

● programs that support children who have been abused

● child/teen safety initiatives

Every child should enter kindergarten ready to learn and be supported throughout their school years so they can be healthy, happy, and successful. We are especially interested in supporting programs targeted toward children in La Pine as those schools are currently not meeting state benchmarks for achievement and graduation rates. Therefore, we support:

● in school and out of school programs designed to support social, emotional, and academic growth for children pre-K through high school, especially for those who are less likely to transition successfully into adulthood

Everyone should have access to quality health services that improve the physical and mental health of our community. Therefore, we support:

● programs that address health inequalities and improve access to health services

● prevention programs that strengthen the health of our community’s residents

No one should go hungry. Best practice programs act as a hub for additional support services that provide a hand up out of poverty (i.e. - employment training, clothing, shelter, health services). Therefore, we support:

● programs that offer meals and food boxes along with additional support services

● programs that increase the nutritional value of food provided to food insecure individuals

All people should have a safe place to call home. Secure housing can stabilize families and children by providing security and personal safety. Therefore, we support:

● programs and services that keep people in their homes and prevent homelessness (repairs to make a home habitable, support for utilities, etc.)

● programs that provide shelter and placement services for people rebuilding their life after leaving their home (i.e. - domestic violence, fire, etc.)

The Sunriver Women's Club (SRWC) is a  501C (3) nonprofit community service organization that welcomes members from Sunriver and the surrounding communities. 

The essence of the SRWC is to be a caring partner to our neighbors, nonprofits in south Deschutes County, local businesses and visitors.

The majority of our members are from Sunriver, La Pine and Bend-everyone is welcome.  Members participate in social and philanthropic activities.  The membership year runs from October 1 through September 30, but you may join in any month. Click on JOIN US to start your membership process.

Sunriver Women's Club
18160 Cottonwood Road, PMB 865, Sunriver, OR  97707

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