Promoting a community of services for children and families in Deschutes County
Deschutes Children's Foundation manages and maintains four non-profit service centers in Bend, Redmond, and La Pine for children and families. Our 28 partner organizations receive rent-free facility and office space and no-cost, on-site property management. Deschutes Children's Foundation relieves these non-profits of the burden of facility overhead, allowing our partners to focus on their core missions: caring for over 20,000 of our community's most vulnerable citizens each year.
Can you imagine your life without a monthly rent or mortgage payment? What greater impact could you make on the lives of others? Deschutes Children's Foundation has been providing the freedom to dream big to non-profits in our community since 1990.
News from Deschutes Children's Foundation
Office Space Available at Rosie Bareis Community Campus
Deschutes Children's Foundation has office space available at the Rosie Bareis Community Campus. The space is approx. 300 sq feet and includes one individual office with a door and a long hallway that will fit a desk or two, filing cabinets, bookshelves, or could be a waiting room if needed.
Riverhouse Invitational Benefits The Every Kid Fund
The Riverhouse presented a $3,220 check to The Every Kid Fund, raised from the 29th Annual Riverhouse Invitational golf tournament held at River’s Edge Golf Course. Corporate sponsors partnered with The Riverhouse, including Combined Communications, Sysco Food Services of Portland, Eberhard’s Dairy, Cascade Lakes Brewing Company, Boyd’s Coffee Co, and Robberson Ford.
The Every Kid Fund provides much needed scholarships to school aged children in need so they can participate in after-school activities. Wayne Purcell, Owner and Operations Manager of The Riverhouse, said, “The Every Kid Fund is a life saver for many kids. Parent’s budgets are extremely tight in this economy and not all kids can afford to participate in school sports and other extra-curricular activities that are so important to their overall development. We feel every kid should have the opportunity to participate in activities, regardless of their financial situation.” Read the complete story here.