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FOOD, WARMTH AND SHELTER
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  1. 1. fall 2019 FOOD, WARMTH AND SHELTER WE DO THAT! INSIDE, MORE ON WHAT WE’RE DOING TO BUILD COMMUNIT Y ALL YEAR LONGnews
  2. 2. Designed In-house - Written by Employees - Printed Locally. 2 / ACCESS NEWS Bring Holiday Cheer To Seniors Once again this year, ACCESS will be collecting wrapped shoeboxes filled with fun items for seniors in need during the holidays as part of the Senior Shoebox Program. To donate or volunteer call 541- 494-1201 or visit accesshelps.org. NOTE FROM THE DIREC TOR This year has been a year of impact for ACCESS. With the completion of our ACCESS film comes an opportunity to resonate with our community. Seeing our team members portray our neighbors’ stories gives me so much pride. It showcases the importance of coming together to tell a story of how we provide food, warmth, and shelter here in Jackson County. We invite you to create an impact this holiday season by supporting your neighbors. This year marks the 19th year of the Greystone Court Food Drive in December. Our Senior Shoebox Program allows our community to share the holiday spirit with seniors in need. For some, this may be the only gift they receive. There are plenty of opportunities for our community to come together and participate in food drives, cooking skills, or become part of the ACCESS team. However you participate, we thank you for your generous support. Want To Be Part Of The ACCESS Team? If you are a dedicated, hard- working person interested in helping build your community, then ACCESS is the place for you. Visit accesshelps.org for more information. Please submit a cover letter, resume and application via: email: hr@ accesshelps.org, mail or drop off at ACCESS. Energy Assistance ACCESS Energy Assistance Programs are designed to assist low-income households in paying for a portion of their energy costs to alleviate unmanageable utility bills. For more information, visit page 5. SNAPSHOTS EXECUTIVE OFFICER
  3. 3. ACCESS ACCESS NEWS / 3 https://image.flaticon.com/icons/svg/263/263115.svg Telling the story of real clients is crucial to create a resonating impact on our community. ACCESS worked with Heartisan Films to create a film that captures the true stories of six clients and direct a heartfelt film showcasing the services neighbors receive at ACCESS. This moving film was debuted on October 4th at the Mayors United event with much praise and will be distributed through social media, ACCESS’ website and other channels. The stories told in this film are portrayed by ACCESS team members who volunteered to be part of the film. To see the film visit accesshelps.org. ACCESS Partners with Heartisan Films ACCESS Receives Recycler of the Year Award Earlier this year, ACCESS received the Non-Profit Recycler of the Year Award by the Association of Oregon Recyclers (AOR). ACCESS was nominated Rogue Disposal and Recycling. In 2018, through the Fresh Alliance Program and other partnerships, ACCESS diverted more than 2.2 million pounds of edible food away from landfills and distributed it to 24 food pantries throughout Jackson County. This constituted just over half of the 4.3 million pounds of food that ACCESS distributed in 2018. ACCESS’ Impact In The Community Feeding Our Community This year, ACCESS moved 4,938,166 pounds of food through our warehouse; an increase of 13% from last year. 52,497 Neighbors Served by ACCESS in Jackson County 5,273 Households Received Energy Assistance 4,938,166 lbs Veteran Support In the past year, ACCESS was able to assist 476 veterans find housing and other vital resources in Jackson County. Local landlords and property owners have helped meet this need. Volunteer Impact Thank you to our 1,200 loyal volunteers who donated 59,917 hours of their precious time to help our neighbors! 2018-2019 1 in 4 People=
  4. 4. EACC 4 / ACCESS NEWS JJ Bartley is an Army Veteran who came to the VA in White City for treatment in 2018. While at the VA he was referred to ACCESS’ Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program. Mr. Bartley was eligible for SSVF assistance and was anxious to get housed so he could reunite with his son. It took several months of hard work before he was approved for rental housing through the SSVF program. Now JJ has settled into his apartment, is receiving service-connected disability from the VA and will be able to sustain housing long-term. Mr. Bartley is currently volunteering his services to help his fellow veterans in need by providing free haircuts to them at Third Tuesday events at Rogue Valley Veterans Community Outreach (RVVCO). Local Veteran Provides Free Haircuts Monthly Veterans’ Outreach Event at RVVCO, 601 North Grape Street, Medford. Third Tuesdays 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Don’t miss out on free lunch, free haircuts, and so much more.
  5. 5. ESSC ACCESS NEWS / 5 Single Father Receives Energy Assistance Energy Assistance at ACCESS Many low-income households struggle to pay for heating and cooling costs, along with other household and healthcare expenses. Energy assistance programs are designed to assist low- income families with paying for a portion of their energy costs to alleviate unmanageable utility bills. Through ACCESS’ Energy Assistance Program (EAP), eligible households can receive a payment (typically once per year) toward their energy bill. The EAP is available for electric, natural gas, propane, oil, and wood. There is NO requirement to be at risk of disconnection but households need to be income eligible. When funding is available, ACCESS’ EAP is also able to help income-eligible households with furnace repairs when they are left with no heat during the winter. ACCESS’ EAP also refers households to the Weatherization Program, which helps reduce energy costs and can make their home more energy-efficient. IN THE PAST YEAR: 6,961 Energy Assistance payments made 15,442 individuals served 52 furnaces repaired Energy Assistance Program energy@accesshelps.org, 541-779-9020 3630 Aviation Way, Medford, OR 97504 www.accesshelps.org | Facebook: ACCESSHELPS Mario, a young single father with three kids, works two jobs to support his family. Mario faced a difficult situation when his power was disconnected and he turned to ACCESS in dire need of immediate help. The Energy Assistance team at ACCESS set up an account for him and determined he was eligible for services. Mario’s power was reconnected before he even left the office. ACCESS was able to negotiate a workable payment plan so he could pay his balance over the next year. This assistance also helped Mario continue to support his children. He also received $400 in utility assistance during the same visit. “You guys were accommodating and worked a little longer to make sure that everything went through, and that I appreciate,” says Mario, “Without ACCESS’ help, I would have gone home to no power.” ACCESS worked quickly and with empathy to provide the services Mario needed. Staff also asked him if he needed additional help with food, warmth or shelter. The Energy Assistance team provides each client with a tote bag filled with energy saving tools. In addition, children receive handmade toys which are donated by The Toy Makers of Ashland.
  6. 6. EACC 6 / ACCESS NEWS LOV E TO COOK? VOLUNTEER W ITH US! ACCESS’ Cooking Skills program is looking for passionate volunteers to teach cooking classes in Jackson County. For more information, call (541) 774-4315 or email ckline@accesshelps.org. Free Mobile Market ACCESS’ Free Mobile Market travels to multiple locations in Jackson County ACCESS’ Free Mobile Market Expands to More Locations With the holidays approaching, ACCESS is gearing up for food drives. From the Grocery Bag drive to Greystone Court, there are so many opportunities to give back to your neighbors in need. ACCESS is looking for healthy, shelf-stable items. For a list of drop off locations, visit accesshelps.org or call 541-779-6691. Give Back this Holiday Season Thanks to generous support from the Oregon Community Foundation, AllCare, Coquille Tribal Fund, Amy’s Kitchen and The Carpenter Foundation, ACCESS is expanding its mobile pantry truck to four new locations. Renamed the ACCESS Free Mobile Market, the 27 foot truck will travel across Jackson County to provide access to food for neighbors in need. The same vehicle currently operates at Rogue Community Health and La Clinica three times a month as the Healthy Mobile Pantry. The first of the Free Mobile Market expansion sites was ACCESS itself. “So many of our neighbors come to ACCESS’ office for help with things like housing and energy assistance that we thought it would be helpful to have the option for them to pick up food at the same time,” says Rachael Ward, Nutrition Director. Every Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. the truck is located between ACCESS’ Olsrud Family Nutrition Center and Lear Way building, off Cardinal Avenue. Neighbors in need of food can register inside the Olsrud building and then walk around the truck and shop from a variety of fresh produce, frozen meats and staple items.
  7. 7. ESS ACCESS NEWS / 7 Community Partnership Leads to More Resources The Community Resource Desk (CRD) is a partnership with Providence Hospital to address many unmet needs of some of the most vulnerable members of our communities. The CRD is designed to provide an added service within a Providence clinic that cares for a large population of low-income patients. Participants can be any community member who self-identify or be referred by a Providence caregiver. The CRD is staffed by an ACCESS Community Resource Desk Specialist who provides resources and can advocate on behalf of participants for a variety of services such as: housing, utilities, food, clothing, transportation, jobs, children, dental and eye care, medical equipment, alcohol and drug recovery, veteran services, seniors, and health insurance including assisting with OHP applications. ACCESS and Providence are also partnering with OHSU to address Social Determinants of Health through a referral process, data collection, and analysis. The Community Resource Desk (CRD) is a partnership between Providence Hospital and ACCESS Participants can be any community member who self-identify or be referred by a Providence caregiver Monique, Community Resource Desk Specialist
  8. 8. 8 / ACCESS NEWS Boise Cascade Remembers ACCESS During the Holidays Eat Pizza and Support ACCESS! MONTHLY VETERANS OUTREACH EVENT • EVERY 3RD TUESDAY FREE lunch, FREE haircuts and social services | 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. | RVVCO 601 N Grape St | (541) 531-6561 or (541) 821-0532 Peggy Jackson was a single mom of five. She worked multiple jobs at a time to support her family of five children. She got her dream job at Boise Cascade in 1998. She had worked there for only six months when Boise Cascade’s Medford lumber yard burned to the ground in 1998. While Boise Cascade rebuilt, Peggy and other displaced workers needed help. Peggy’s supervisor and coworkers told her about ACCESS. She had never needed social services before and was embarrassed to call. Finally, Peggy picked up the phone. ACCESS staff took care of her basic needs – she received food, necessary household supplies, and utility assistance, so she could take care of her family. Once the company rebuilt the plant, Peggy was back at work. She had heard about Boise Cascade’s Christmas Committee and wanted to give back so she immediately joined the committee. Peggy has served on the committee for 19 years. Every year, this employee-driven committee adopts families and seniors during the holidays, to ensure those who would otherwise not have a Christmas receive what’s on their Christmas list. They also put together hundreds of Senior Shoeboxes every year for ACCESS. The Boise Cascade Christmas Committee holds fundraisers, chili cook-offs, raffles and makes donations to pay for the presents. One senior stated that her ACCESS shoebox gift was the best present she ever received in her 93 years and that it was as if the giver knew her. Peggy told ACCESS that the committee doesn’t do it for the praise but they do it to help and bring joy to others. She said they all look forward to it every year and it’s the highlight of their holidays. The Christmas Committee could not do it without the support of Boise Cascade whose corporate values reflect its employee’s values and ACCESS couldn’t do it without Boise Cascade! On Tuesday, November 12th, Kaleidoscope Pizzeria & Pub at 3084 Crater Lake Highway in Medford will donate 100% of the proceeds from all dine-in sales to ACCESS. Over the years, this fundraising event has raised close to $80,000 to provide essential food, warmth and shelter to those in need. Thank you so much to Kaleidoscope for their generous support.
  9. 9. ACCESS NEWS / 9 Greystone Court Food Drive Celebrates its 19th Year This year will mark the 19th year of the Greystone Court Food/Fund Drive, which runs from December 21st through the 24th. This long-standing tradition is a beautiful way to get into the spirit of the holidays and help those in need. Come out to enjoy the beautiful holiday lights and say “hi” to Santa! Food and cash donations will be accepted to help feed our hungry friends and neighbors over the holidays. A special thank you to the Greystone Court neighbors for supporting Jackson County and making the holidays brighter for all! Dutch Luv Donates to Fight Hunger On Valentine’s Day, February 14th, Dutch Bros will generously give $1 for every drink sold to help support ACCESS. Over the past few years, the funds raised through Dutch Luv have equated to providing more than 176,000 meals to those in need throughout Jackson County! A special thank you to Dutch Bros for their commitment to helping others! Sharing the Holiday Spirit with Seniors in Need This holiday season, ACCESS will be collecting wrapped shoeboxes filled with fun items for seniors in need as part of the Senior Shoebox Project, which has been in existence for 39 years. For many, this is the only holiday gift they will receive. One senior states, “Yesterday I received a bountiful gift, a surprise from you. It was the best Christmas present in my 92 years, especially because it came from caring and loving hearts. Each package I opened made me feel like a little girl at her first Christmas tree. I’ve never received gifts that pleased me so much. It was as if the givers knew and loved me.” Shoeboxes are being collected until Monday, December 9th. Donations, as well as volunteers to deliver, are needed. For information call 541-494-1201.
  10. 10. Tha10 / ACCESS NEWS Donors GIFTS RECEIVED BETWEEN MAY 1, 2019 AND AUG. 15, 2019 If we failed to list your name or have listed incorrectly, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can correct our records *Oregon Community Foundation-administered BUSINESSES/ORGANIZATIONS A Body Mod A First Choice Staffing Service Advanced Tree Service & Landscaping Advantage Plumbing Airport Chevrolet Albertson’s Alice in Marrakech All Smoked Out BBQ AllCare Health Alpacas at Lone Ranch Amador Community Foundation Inc. American Linen (ALSCO) Ameritas Amy’s Kitchen Apple Outlaw Cider Applegate Lions Club Art 4 Joy Ashland Food Co-op Ashland Independent Film Festival Ask Janis, LLC AT&T Bear Creek Golf Course Big 5 Sporting Goods Bimbo Bakeries Bishop’s Storehouse Black Bird Shopping Center Boeck & Associates, Inc. Boise Cascade Bradley Putter, CO. Breeze Botanicals BricktownE Brewing Company Brookside Townhouse, LLC Brown & Brown Northwest Burger Spot Butcher Shop Callahan’s Mountain Lodge Cartwright’s Meat Company Cascade Adult Foster Care Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty Centennial Golf Club Chamber of Medford Jackson County Charles Point, LLC City of Butte Falls City of Central Point City of Jacksonville City of Medford Coca-Cola Combined Transport, Inc. Community Ed, Inc. Coquille Indian Tribe Costco Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden Cracraft Benefit Planning, LLC Crooked River Ranch Diode Laser Concepts, Inc. Dr. J’s Mobile Scooter Service, Inc. Dutch Bros Coffee Eagle Point Food Project Eagle Point Golf Course Fire Mountain Gems and Beads First Interstate Bank First Presbyterian Church Franz Bakery Outlet Fraternal Order of Eagles #2093 Fred Meyer Fred Meyer Rewards Program (Kroger) Frito Lay Funagain Games Gage-It Construction Garrison’s Home Furnishings Girlscouts Gold Hill Nutrition Golf Shop of Southern Oregon Grants Pass Golf Club Greensprings Community Food Pantry Grocery Outlet - White city Hardway Bend Harry & David Corp. Hart Insurance Agency Heart & Bowl Heirloom Living Centers, LLC Innova Disc Golf J RAD Snacks, LLC J.B. Steel, Inc. Jackson County Fire - White City Jackson County Fire Stations Jackson County Post Offices Jackson Elementary Jerry’s Rogue Jets Jrads Snacks, LLC JWA Public Affairs Kid Time Children’s Museum Kids Unlimited Knife River Materials KOGAP Enterprises, Inc. Ledger David Cellars Les Schwab Tire Center Lincoln Financial Group Little Caesars Little Red Barn Montessori School Longbottom Coffee & Tea, Inc. Manzanita Home+Flowers+Gifts MaraNatha Nut Butters Market of Choice, Inc. Masjid Al-Tawheed Medford Animal Hospital Medford Food Co-op Medford Food Project Medford Rogues Baseball Club Merz Agency, Inc. Mission Food Service MODA Health Montgomery’s Meats Moss Adams, LLP Mountain Provisions Mt. Ashland Ski Area Musikstuff Mustard Press, Inc. National Association of Letter Carriers Naumes Neighborhood Food Project Npsired Natural Foods - Maranatha Oak Knoll Golf Course Oak Street Station B&B Ooblies Waffle Truck Orchard Glen Estates, LLC Oregon Affordable Housing Assistance Corp. Oregon Cabaret Theater Oregon Dept. of Revenue Oregon Food Bank Oregon Shakespeare Festival OSU Extension Pacific Capital Solutions, LLC Pacific Door & Sash Paddington Station Pape’ Material Handling Peace House Peaceful Journey, LLC People’s Bank of Commerce Phoenix Food Project Prickly Pear Providence Hospice Providence Medford Medical Center Punky’s Diner & Pies Quail Point Golf Course Quickchecks Radio Medford Rainey’s Market Rapid Pleasure Rafting Ravassipour Orthodontics Ray’s Food Place Reames Golf and Country Club Renaissance Rose Reser’s Retail Profit Systems, Inc. Rick Stevens Painting Co., Inc. RJ Brown Consulting Rockwell Real Estate Group Rogue Disposal & Recycling Rogue Meats Rogue Valley Country Club
  11. 11. nk YouACCESS NEWS / 11 GIFTS RECEIVED BETWEEN MAY 1, 2019 AND AUG. 15, 2019 If we failed to list your name or have listed incorrectly, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can correct our records *Oregon Community Foundation-administered Partners and donors who make it possible for ACCESS to build community Rogue Valley Family YMCA Rogue Valley Transportation District Roseburg Country Club Roseburg Forest Products RSB Investments, LLC Rubicon Investments, LLP Running Y Ranch Resort Safeway Stores Sanctuary One Segway of Jacksonville Seven Feathers Casino Resort Sherm’s Food 4 Less Sherm’s Thunderbird Market, Inc. Shield Crest Golf Club Signature Home Health Care Simple Machine Smithfield Southern Oregon Crane Service, LLC Southern Oregon Head Start Southern Oregon Sanitation Southern Oregon Subaru Southern Oregon University Payroll SPACE, LLC Springs at Anna Maria Standing Stone Brewery Starbucks Coffee State of Oregon Payroll System Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Stewart Meadows Golf Course Stone Ridge Golf Course Stop N Go Market Straus Ranches, LLC T Estate Sales T Lazy K Ranch Table Rock Marketing Tailgate Ministries Talent Food Project Target Stores The Butcher Shop The Human Bean The Melt, LLC Timber Country Coca-Cola Tom’s Bronco Parts, Inc. Toymakers of Ashland Trader Joes Umpqua Bank Umpqua Dairy United Healthcare United Way of Jackson County Village Fitness Vista Building Services, Inc. Walmart Ward Insurance Washington Federal West Coast Appliance & Furniture Western Beverage White Dog Enterprises Wildlife Images Rehabilitation & Education Center Willamette Dental Mgmt. Corp. Willamette Valley Vineyards Windermere Van Vleet & Associates YourCause, LLC Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Zion Lutheran Church INDIVIDUALS/TRUSTS Grace Abbott Virginia Adams Frances Adams Stephanie Adams Kathryn Adams Bob Agnew Edward Aguirre Tom McQueen & Dana Ahern Selene Aitken Carmen Aitken Alicia R. MacArthur Trust Pat Allard Guy V. & Linda Allen Linda Allen Shirley Allison William & Nancy Alner Dan Altman Heidi & David Alvarez James Amberg Pamela Ames Kelly & Elizabeth Andersen Renee Anderson John & Carolyn Anhorn Chris Annen Gerald Archer Janice Archer Joe Arnesen William & Melody Ashworth Kurt Austermann Roseanna Ayres James Hilton & Darla Baack Bailey Family Trust Dawn Bakerink Lynn Anderson & Brian Ballou Bill & Jane Bardin Stephan, Roxanne & Ashley Barott Cathy Barranco Tracy & Ronald Bass Tom & Kellie Battaglia Annette & Andy Batzer Marc Bayliss Karen Beaman Logan & Nadine Bell Boyd & Carrie Bell Sharon Bellamy Louis Benjamin Melody Bentley Roger & LaVonne Bernard Beverly J. Beck Trust Robert & Peggy Bierer Jonathan & Elizabeth Bilden Anne Billeter Myrna Biondi Nancy Bitterling Mary & John Bjorkholm Belinda Black Janice Blacketor John & Kristi Blackhurst Michael & Donna Bladek Jeannette Blankenship Judy Blind Colette Boehmer Marilyn Boesch Carol Bogedain Karen Bohm Susan Boman Debbie & Kevin Borchers Eddie Bostwick Joette Bowden Stella Bowden Sharon Boyea Rick & Rose Bradshaw Marilyn Brady Sharstin & Jesse Brannock Vicki Brasfield Bert & Maryann Bray Melody Bright Adeline Ellson & Patricia Broadway William Brodie Nicholas & Diana Broussard Julie & Wayne Brown Larry & Nancy Brown Kelly Bryant Gregory J. Hanzel & Rachel Buklad Jacquelyn Bunick Dan & Elizabeth Bunn Joanne Burg Dan & Jeannette Cake Elizabeth Caldwell Lynn Calhoun Michael Camarata Esther Campbell Marc & Rachel Campbell Susan Campbell Megan Capp Marianne Carroll Lloyd F. Gebhart II & Maxine Cass Donald & Marcia Cavin Holly Center David & Susan Chapman Ernest & Denise Cheek
  12. 12. Than12 / ACCESS NEWS Donors GIFTS RECEIVED BETWEEN MAY 1, 2019 AND AUG. 15, 2019 If we failed to list your name or have listed incorrectly, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can correct our records *Oregon Community Foundation-administered Matthew Claflin C Lee & Cheri Clark Arthur J & Sandra Clemons Donald & Patricia Cline Becca Williams & Mianna Coats Dan & Marilyn Colcleaser Vincent & Veronika Comerchero Patricia Connolly Dennie & Jane Conrad Ernest & Jane Conrad Phyllis Nelson & Erik Cook Dennis & Kathy Cooper Neil & Theresa Copple Wesley Corey Lance Costanzo Michelle Coull Larry Osborne & Christi Courian Charles & Joyce Cowan Joseph & Helen Cuccia Donna Outler & Lorrin Culver Harry & Maria Cure David Cuttrell Mary Dalzell Mary Ann Daniel Lawrence & Cecilia Daniello Bonnie & Steven David Robert Davidson David & Patricia Davies Bertie Davis Marsha Davis Diane & Patrick Davis Darrel Davis Michael Dawson Donald Dean Milton Decker Al & Sally Densmore Ronald Doan Lucy Dobson Verna Dodge Nona Donahue Ken & Kathy Donnelly Kathy Donner Rebecca Doran Margaret Drake John & Glennis Dungey Joseph & Rebecca Dworkin Richard Dyer Mary Ferrell & Brad Earl Mary Ehlers Shirley Eidswick Bruce & Jeanette Eliason Mary Ann Elkin John & Diane Engelhardt Ronald & Nancy Enger Birgitta Ericsson Elizabeth Essex Dolores Evers Juanita Fagan Wesley Faust Evelyn Fellows Kathleen Fennell Jacqueline Ferch Dolores Fernandez Barden Finch Paul & Sheila Firnstein Michael & Carol Fischer Martha Fish Jack & Lorraine Florey Robert & Judith Foltz Julie Ford Bill & Cheri Forehand Eric Foster Ruth Foster Ronald Fox Genevieve Franklin Melvin & Rebecca Frick Howard & Sandra Friend Lonny W & Edna J Gallagher Gary & Linda Gamble Leslie Gardner Larry Garvin Roger & Nedra Genaw Frederic & Priscilla Gibbs Jeff & Colleen Giese Frances & Karen Gilbert Hayden & Mary Glatte James Gochenour Amelia Govea Rosanne Governor Nancy Graber Patti Graham Robert & Joy Grant Todd Green Lee & Linda Greenstone Stanley & Marlene Grout William & Bette Haberlach Richard & Dixie Hackstedde Marv Hackwell William & Melanie Haden Randall Hale James Hale Pamela Parks Hall James Hallmark Wayne & Elaine Hamlin Rodney & Joyce Hanlin Deanna Hare Joshua Harless William & Pamela Harmon Arlena Harmony James Harrell T. Wayne & M. Jean Harris Claudia Harris Robert Hart Travis Hawes James & Starla Hawes Morgan Hawkins Gerald & Joyce Hayford Mary Head Darlene Heckenlaible Kay Heller Allan & Charlotte Henry Phyllis Hense Steve Herron Mike & Jane Heverly Joseph Hicks Dorothy Hicks Linda Hildreth Ronna Smith-Hileman & Corren Hileman Carolyn Hinesly Cheryle Hite Robert & Sheila Hobbs Kathryn and Gregg Hoffbuhr Linda L. & James Holder Charles Holmgren Ron & Carole Holzkamp Cassandra Honeycutt Cecil & Laura Hoover Joseph & Alice White- Hoppe Roberta Howard Willis & Winifred Hughes Brandan Hull Richard & Lynda Hunsley William & Nancy Hunt James & Delphine Hunter Linda Infelise Ed & Ann Istel Sandi Iverson Carl & Joan Jacobson George Jarvis Joan Jensen House Barbara Johnson Bryce Johnson Scott Jordan John & Judie Jory Michael Joyal Gloria Juhnke Elizabeth Jule Shelley Kaldunski Tom Kaldunski Kenneth & Grady Kase Warren & Dorothy Kathary Jimmie & Marilyn Keeter Carole Kehrig David Keiser Daniel & Lynn Kellogg Franklin & Julia Anne Kenney Teresa Keplinger
  13. 13. nk YouACCESS NEWS / 13 GIFTS RECEIVED BETWEEN MAY 1, 2019 AND AUG. 15, 2019 If we failed to list your name or have listed incorrectly, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can correct our records *Oregon Community Foundation-administered Partners and donors who make it possible for ACCESS to build community John & Mary Keyser Patricia Acklin & Kenneth Kigel Louise Kish Christopher & Rebecca Kline Robert Knight, Jr. Robert & Edna Kokanour Robert Koop Anita Kraynak Cheryl Kress John & Linda Kruesi Eugene & Iris Kulesza Dr. Wie-peng Kuo Murray & Margherita LaHue Thomas & Vicki Lavagnino Stephen & Susan Lawrence Haydn & Cora Lee William & Nancy Leever Dean & Loretta Leffler Jenny LeRoy Janice Lewis Light Path Trust Jess Lincoln Lisa Little Donald Livingood Mitzi Loftus James Marron & Annalee Love Danny & Kathleen M. Lowell Estelle & Todd Loye Mary Lumsden Jay & Carol Lunt Stephen & Raven Maartense Ann Marie Magill Michael & Mary Mahar Brennan Malagamba Ronnie & Candace Manary Shawn & Sally Marsh Daniel & Shereen Marshall Harvey Martin Daniel Martinez Richard & Mary Mastain Michael & Jennifer Mastroni Christopher Matthews Grace Mayer Robert & Lynn Mayers Selma McAlaster Lyn McConnell Roxanne McCoy Edwin McCurry Elizabeth McFadgen Russell & Nancy McKinley Jane McLaughlin Brian McQuade Richard & Judy McReynolds Susan Meierhenry David Meltzer James & Sue Mencum George & Judith Meuser Gene & Linda Meyerding David Doi & Susan Miler Bruce & Cathy Millbank John & Nancy Miller Delma Miller Norita Miller Mary Anne Miller Karen Mitchell Sean Moeschl Robert Moltzen Ynocencio Monjes III Cindy Montgomery Edith Montgomery Kent Moore Sandra Moore Mark & Kristy Moreno Frances Morgan Cynthia Morgan Col Gus & Lt Col Lannette Moutos Theodore Mularz Alice & Larry Mullaly Gerald Murphy Tom & Kathryn Mustard William & Marie Myers Randy Nadalmia Rodney Birney & Suzanna Nadler Blyth & Gary Naef Shawn Narlock Bryan Nelson Carl & Mary Nelson Jim & Sue Newell Newell Family Trust Kenneth & Andrea Newman Phil Nichols Larry Nicholson Tony & Tory Nieto Lois Nobles Thomas & Pamela Norr Hal Norris Cynthia Norton Lelia Nyberg Pamela Offner Olsrud Family Fund of OCF* Scott Robert Vasak & Geraldine Orchard Sandra & Lee Orr Wendy Osher William Ostrander John Ousterhout Arthur & Donna Outler Robert Palassou Jeff & Kim Palmer Daniel Panzer Kathy & Virgil Parks Stewart & Marla Parmele David Gent & Jacqueline Parrish Judson Parsons Rachel Patstone Leo & Patricia Pearson Wanda Perdue Dennis & Barbara Perry David Peterson Valoris Peterson Dale & Marcia Petrasek Lois Pettinger Sherry Pfaff Doug Philips Lincoln Phillippi Phillips Living Trust Les & Cynthia Pickering James Pierce Bert Pierce Charles & Seline Pierson Robin Pike Barbara Pinkham Don & Barbara Pinkham Laura Pinkham James & Sharon Piper Samuel & Jerelyn Plumer John & Marcia Polacek William & Dorothy Prideaux Joyce Provost Donovan Puffer Carol Putnam Ronald Pylkki James & Gladys Ralph Sidney Rambo Kayla Ratty Ramona Rausch William Reilly Helen Rentz Phyllis Reynolds Erica Rademacker & Jack Richard Don & Barb Richie Donna Rineman Edward & Karen Ripley Robert Rixe Linda Roberts Peggy & Richard Robertson David Robino Herbert & Sally Robisch John & Lin Roden David Rodkey Rose Marie Davis Trust Rosemary Deardorff Family Trust Gary & Shauna Rosendaul Billy & Jenny Rossknecht John & Joanne Rotar Nila Roush Deborah Rowland Richard & Garldine Rudisile
  14. 14. Donors GIFTS RECEIVED BETWEEN MAY 1, 2019 AND AUG. 15, 2019 If we failed to list your name or have listed incorrectly, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can correct our records *Oregon Community Foundation-administered kThan14 / ACCESS NEWS Brad Ruggerio Holly Smelt & Helen Russ Katie Salgado Richard & Catherine Salmon Marlene Sapinsley Joseph Sarazin James & Elise Scheffel Galen Schelb Carolyn Schenler Pamela Schepis Brian Schmitz Schoder Family Trust Joseph Schoenhals Paul Schroeder Ted & Maureen Schroeder Susan Scorso Robert & Janet Scott Pat Scupien Dee & Barbara Selby Jim Sellers Katherine Kralik & Daniel Sengenberger James & Janice Servoss Nancy Seulean Steven & Andrea Shapiro Thelma Shute David & Betsey Shuteroff Loretta & Van Sias Sid & Karen DeBoer Foundation of OCF* Joyce & Arthur Sideras Charles & Mary Sinclair Lynn & Doris Sjolund Skundrick Trust Marilyn Slette Taylor Sloan Eric & Vicki Smith Keith Smith Patricia Smith Frederick & Nancy Smith II Valerie Smullen Michael & Cheri Snyder Norman & Patricia Somes Shirley South Carol Sparks Dan & Sandra Speasl Martha Stadelman Christina Stanley Chris Stapleton Marilyn Starkel-Wilbur Susan Steinfeld-McKennon Jack & Dorothy Steinhoefel James Sharp & Cynthia Stevens Gary Stevens William Stewart Gerry Stone Terry & Donald Stone Strahl Loving Trust Corrin and William Stratton Tiffany Stuart Debbie Stuart Roy Sutton Ollie Talley Kassandra Tanner Mary Taylor Creed & Michele Terry Paul & Marcella Theeman Wayne & Carol Thomas Kay Thomas Andy & Beverly Thomas Cadi Thomas Tom & Stephanie Thomson Gary & Janet Thorley Michael Tillinghast Amber Tocher Jarod Toffelmire Timothy Tolman Brenda Trotter Thomas & Kathy Troy Janine & Douglas Tumey John Tyler Tom Tynan Cindy & Richard Ullom James & Lola Ulrich Thomas Upton Robert & Myrtle Urban Eric Ronemus & Anne Uzzell Ladonna Vanderbeek Barbara Hansen & Richard Vanderwyst William & Carla Vidaurri Joseph & Kristi Vollmar W.P. Frankland Charitable Fund Lois Walker Elspeth Walker John & Sandra Walper Louella Barris & Warren Walsh John Warden Marjie Warner Theodore & Mary Warrick Alexander & Sharon Waterhouse Kathleen Watson Lindsay Weatherford Andrea Wegner Karl & Kelly Wells Dana & Jodi Wells Craig West Stephen & Colleen Wetmore Milicent Wewerka Maria Geigel & Stephen A. Weyer Monica & Joel Weyhe J.R. Wheeler Raymond & Star White Stephen White Patsy White Jenifer White William & Lori Whitley Ken & Karin Wicks Bonnie Wilber Michael & Carol Williams Williams Living Trust Deanna & Herbert Wilson Lorrine Winger James & Vickie Wise Ken Wiseman Patricia Wolfe Michael & Stephanie Wolfe Harvey Woods Rebbecca Wright Dr. Bryan Wu Donald Yule Virginia Yungen Mary Zahner Michael & Amelia Zarosinski Betty Zimbelman Robert & Judith Zoll FOUNDATIONS AmazonSmile Foundation Ames-Fluhrer Charitable Fund of OCF* Benevity Community Impact Fund First Interstate Foundation Four Way Community Foundation GreenSprings Fund of OCF* H. Charles Greene Foundation, Inc. MDU Resources Foundation Oregon Community Foundation OCF* Reed & Carolee Walker Fund of OCF* Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Thomas Hodge Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation ESTATE GIFTS Estate of Grace Neely Estate of Harvey Reinholz Estate of Lucia Cardoza Angela Corbisiero Estate IN HONOR OF Linda Beckmann In honor of Fay Hawks Julia Bondi In honor of Emily Christensen Beatrice Bridges In honor of Audrey Coe David & Ginny Newell In honor of Jim Newell
  15. 15. Partners and donors who make it possible for ACCESS to build community GIFTS RECEIVED BETWEEN MAY 1, 2019 AND AUG. 15, 2019 If we failed to list your name or have listed incorrectly, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can correct our records *Oregon Community Foundation-administered k You STAFF Executive Officer Pamela Norr Development Director Kellie Battaglia Finance Director Scott Lauray Housing Director Joe Vollmar Nutrition Programs Director Rachael Ward Operations Director Carlea Langston Marketing & Brand Strategist Luis Sanchez BOARD OF DIRECTORS Julie Brown, Chair J.R. Wheeler, Vice Chair Eric Foster, Treasurer Cathie Davis, Past Chair Jonathan Bilden, Secretary Jacquelyn Bunick Daniel Bunn Lilia Caballero Paul Coombs Brad Earl Dennie Conrad Brenda Potwin Philip Smith Kathy Sperle Mike Zarosinski (541) 779-6691 www.accesshelps.org 3630 Aviation Way PO Box 4666 Medford, OR 97501 ACCESS NEWS / 15 Richard & Julie Santillie In honor of Wilma Jahn Johan Visser & Judith Wright In honor of Edith Montgomery IN MEMORY OF Janice Bailey In memory of Spencer Bailey Anna M. Brookins In memory of James F. Brookins Scott Campbell In memory of Lillian Jennie Sinks Gaila Gale In memory of Don Gale Mary Lou Gebhard In memory of Franlin Gebhard Samuel & Paula Hefter In memory of Doris King Brubaker Carla Precious Hertzog In memory of Melvin Boyd Todd Hobbs In memory of Nussbaumer Carolyn Kyle In memory of Joseph Guy Nelson, Jr. Elizabeth Landreth In memory of Margaret Kroha James Lemaire In memory of Patricia Ann Lemaire Steven & Julia Sorensen In memory of Jody Sorensen Vogel Family Trust In memory of B. Virginia Vogel Kim Wienke In memory of Kim Wienke Glen & Julie Cote In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Jerry Schaller & Janet Duxbury In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Donald & Gail Eastman In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Mary Jo & Jack Follett In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Sharon Goodman In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Michelle Hanson In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Robert & Martha Karcich In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek William & Lynn McDonald In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Terry & Ellen Peterson In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek James & Virginia Post In memory of Ladonna “Joyce” Vanderbeek Donald & Margaret Bruland In memory of Sherm Olsrud Patricia Smullin California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc. In memory of Sherm Olsrud Staci Hammond Impact Group Tigard In memory of Sherm Olsrud Mary Ann Johnson In memory of Sherm Olsrud Mike & Kandee McClain In memory of Sherm Olsrud Gary & Mary Sutton In memory of Sherm Olsrud Constance Travesi In memory of Sherm Olsrud Donald & Elaine Turcke In memory of Sherm Olsrud Dick Moorman Webfoot Truck & Equipment In memory of Sherm Olsrud Philip & Nancy Yates In memory of Sherm Olsrud Partners in the Pantry Network Butte Falls Community School Partnership Church of the Good Shepherd–Prospect City of Talent Rogue Community Health Center Eagle Point Church of the Nazarene Eagle Point Community Bible Church First Christian Church First Presbyterian Church-Medford Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Gold Hill Christian Center Iglesia Nueva Vision La Clinica-Medford Maslow Project Medford School District Warehouse Medford Seventh-Day Adventist Church Mountain View Christian Church Prospect Assembly of God Prospect Baptist Church Prospect Church of the Nazarene Red Rock Cowboy Church Rogue Community College Rogue Family Center Rogue River Community Center Rogue River Seventh-Day Adventist Church Ruch Elementary School Southern Oregon University Food Pantry St. John Lutheran Church The Salvation Army Set Free Christian Fellowship Shepherd of the Valley Trail Christian Fellowship Upper Rogue Community Center White City Library
  16. 16. 3630 Aviation Way, PO Box 4666 Medford, OR 97501 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY NONPROFIT US POSTAGE PAID MEDFORD, OREGON PERMIT NO. 226 16 / ACCESS NEWS Calendar Building Community in Jackson County since 1976 NOV 12 ACCESS DAY AT KALEIDOSCOPE On Tuesday, November 12th, Kaleidoscope Pizzeria & Pub at 3084 Crater Lake Highway in Medford will donate 100% of their proceeds from all dine-in sales to ACCESS DEC 21-24 GREYSTONE COURT FOOD DRIVE Come out to enjoy the beautiful holiday lights and say “hi” to Santa! Food and cash donations will be accepted to help feed our hungry friends and neighbors over the holidays FEB 14 DUTCH LUV On Valentine’s Day, February 14th, 2020, Dutch Bros will generously donate $1 for every drink sold to help support ACCESS MAR 2020 ACCESS Senior Fair at the Medford Armory Don’t miss this one-stop shop for health and information resources, suggested donation of $1 or one can of food FOR MORE INFORMATION AND UPDATES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.ACCESSHELPS.ORG OR OUR FACEBOOK PAGE

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