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2024 Sponsor Spotlight – Thank You, Sponsors!


As part of their Community Benefit Grant program, St. Charles Health System awarded FAN a $5,000 grant for program support. Program funding gives FAN flexibility to meet emerging needs within our communities. It is often spent according to the highest need, such as bolstering client funds and supporting positive youth development.  In addition, St. Charles was a sponsor for the annual FANraiser luncheon in early April and is the exclusive sponsor of our Jefferson County Meet & Greet hosted by our three Jefferson County School District advocates. Thank you, St. Charles Health System, for this support!

FAN received a $15,000 grant from the JTMF Foundation to support its mission and vision of helping students thrive in school and in life. In over three years of operation, JTMF has supported over 161 nonprofits and provided over $22.5 million in grant funds. Their four key areas of giving are children, older adults, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and veterans. The foundation partners with organizations that are meaningfully impacting the lives of individuals today, while also supporting innovative groups working to solve long-term challenges.
Thank you, JTMF Foundation, for your commitment to the FAN mission.

FAN staff had the opportunity to join one of our board members, Travis Browning, and branch staff, at the Redmond First Interstate Bank branch for a check presentation. The check presentation was to celebrate a $10,000 grant through the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines at the recommendation of the First Interstate Bank Branch in Redmond. These funds will help support the FAN mission throughout Central Oregon.

The Ronald W. Naito MD Foundation has awarded FAN a $15,000 grant for FAN advocate services across Central Oregon. With many families experiencing financial hardships, this funding will help FAN advocates navigate services alongside families with the goal of keeping students in school and graduating. We are grateful to the RWN Foundation for this generous grant.