Join us at the Halloween Spirit Run and raise funds for our local non-profits!
The Rotary Club of Pleasanton has been giving back to our community for 56 years. Since 1993, over $900,000 in donations have been given to many worthy non-profit organizations and the main source of funding is the HALLOWEEN SPIRIT RUN!
Click on the link below to learn more and register. You won’t want to miss out on this fun day for the entire family…plus you have the opportunity to wear your favorite Halloween costume!
Tri-Valley REACH Awarded Generous Grant from The Pleasanton Rotary Club Foundation
Tri-Valley REACH is happy and excited to announce the award of a $575 grant from the Pleasanton Rotary Club Foundation! This much needed funding will help replace flooring at our Pleasanton residences. Thank you so much Rotary Club of Pleasanton!
Our mission is simple, REACH creates inclusive communities and independent living for individuals with developmental disabilities or other special needs through quality and affordable housing in the Tri-Valley.
The support and donations of charitable foundations like the Pleasanton Rotary Club Foundation are fundamental to our on-going housing needs and subsidies to provide our tenants with clean, orderly home environments in carefully selected neighborhoods. We are always reaching out to a variety of charitable organizations, and corporations to find grants and funding.
Tri-Valley REACH is very grateful for the opportunity provided by Pleasanton Rotary Club Foundation and looks forward to a continuing partnership for future endeavors.
On behalf of the Tri-Valley REACH Board and tenants, we express our sincerest thanks to the Pleasanton Rotary Club Foundation for their generous award!
“Give people the best of what is within you and help others to awaken to their best self so that they too can live a life of abundance.” – ATGW
Robert Half International Awards Grant to REACH
Tri-Valley REACH is pleased to announce they have been awarded a $1,500 Grant from Robert Half International. Robert Half is a global staffing firm who is known for their long history of innovation and high ethical standards.
Most of Robert Half’s company-sponsored philanthropic programs are focused on education and workforce development and while Tri-Valley REACH does not fit that exact description, Robert Half recognizes the value of independent living for an adult with developmental disabilities. They realize living independently creates an environment where an adult with a developmental disability learns confidence, independence and life skills allowing them to take responsibilities and ultimately enter the workforce.
A key directive of REACH, in addition to providing affordable housing for a population that is classified in the extremely low income category, is to keep the REACH properties well maintained and in good working order. These funds will be used toward the flooring upgrade project currently underway in the 11 REACH properties in the Tri-Valley.
Thank you, Robert Half International, for your commitment to our community and recognizing the needs of Tri-Valley REACH’s client base.
Rotary Club of Livermore Presents Grant to REACH
Rotary Club of Livermore announced Tri-Valley REACH as the recipient of a $600 grant! Tri-Valley REACH, as well as several other well-deserving non-profit and educational groups, were presented with their grant awards at last week’s Rotary Club of Livermore zoom meeting. Each grant recipient gave a short presentation of their organization and where the funds would be applied. For REACH, this generous grant will be used toward expenses associated with upgrading flooring in Tri-Valley REACH Livermore residences…a very important home improvement for our tenants.
Through the generosity of local grants and private donors during 2020 and into 2021, Tri-Valley REACH has been able to continue to serve what is often an unthought of community, adults with developmental disabilities. Tri-Valley REACH does not receive state or federal funding; Tri-Valley REACH relies on generous donors and local grants for the purchase of comfortable homes, maintenance, repairs, and independent living services for adults with disabilities currently in the Tri-Valley area of Pleasanton and Livermore with plans for expansion.
The Board Members of Tri-Valley REACH are extremely grateful to our heroes at Livermore Rotary Club for recognizing the important needs of the Tri-Valley REACH community. On behalf of Tri-Valley REACH tenants and Board Members, thank you so very much! We look forward to partnering with the Livermore Rotary Club to support Tri-Valley REACH in future endeavors.
REACH Receives Pleasanton North Rotary Foundation Grant
‘Tis the season of giving and in this spirit, Tri-Valley REACH is honored and extremely grateful to announce that we are the recipient of this year’s $1,000 grant from Pleasanton North Rotary Foundation.
Tri-Valley REACH relies on private donations, fundraising and local grants to provide housing and independent living services to a community of adults with developmental disabilities in Pleasanton and Livermore, (and hopefully Dublin in the near future). We are committed to ensuring that this underserved community is able to live just as you and I do, by providing low-income housing, home maintenance, repairs and supported living services.
This generous grant from Pleasanton North Rotary Grant Foundation will be used to upgrade flooring at our Pleasanton residences.
The Board Members of Tri-Valley REACH are so very thankful to the members of Pleasanton North Rotary Grant Foundation and sincerely hope to continue working with them to secure future funding needs.
Happy holidays, indeed!
Fremont Bank Foundation awards $20,000 Grant to REACH
Tri-Valley REACH is thrilled to announce that Fremont Bank Foundation recently awarded a $20,000 grant to support needed flooring upgrades in Tri-Valley REACH residences. One of the key directives of Tri-Valley REACH is to keep its properties well maintained and in good working order for all residents.
The mission of the Fremont Bank Foundation is to provide financial assistance to non-profit organizations for the implementation of services and programs that enhance the quality of life for all people in the communities they serve. They specialize in grant-making opportunities, which focuses on minimizing the root causes of community problems and leverages grant effect with other community partners.
Tri-Valley REACH is proud to partner with a community bank that seeks understanding of the community it serves and recognizes the need to give back to the community.
Thank you, Fremont Bank Foundation and Fremont Bank, for your community spirit and for recognizing the needs of the Tri-Valley REACH client base.
Swinging for a HOME Run was out of the park!
Castlewood Women’s Golf Club raised over $25,000 for Tri-Valley REACH in this year’s charity golf tournament. Before teeing off, all players were greeted with lively ballpark music over loudspeakers, carts were loaded with peanuts, cracker jacks, baseball cookies and players were challenged in a putting contest using a bat to putt a golf ball around a baseball diamond!
A successful fundraising tournament is not possible without the generosity of the CWGC ladies, their guests and sponsors. Special thanks and recognition to the sponsors:
Heritage Bank, Fremont Bank, KIDS-N-NEED, Alco Iron and Metal, Hacienda Child Development, Jeanne & Pat O’Brien, Kares Construction, Gretchen Zaballos, Golf Girls, Nancy Moore, Nina’s Fashion, Inc., Dr. Mike Sue, Chore Chiropractic, Gloria Fuerniss, Kathy McKenna, Ronda Henstorf and the King Family.
REACH board members who participated in the event said, “This donation is absolutely wonderful and makes a significant impact for REACH continuing its mission to provide independent living opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.”
On behalf of the tournament committee, Renee Kantor, Dawn Pombo, Patty van Looy and Kay King, thanks to all our volunteers and CCC for making this event so successful and fun!
REACH 4 RADD Athletes Compete in Virtual Special Olympics Summer Games @ Home!
Please join REACH in congratulating four of its REACH 4 RADD athletes who trained and competed in this year’s Special Olympics Summer Games – all virtually! Having both the Spring and Summer Special Olympics events cancelled due to COVID-19 was very disappointing for us all but when the opportunity arose for REACH 4 RADD Athletes to compete virtually, Jennifer Thomas, Adam Pinney, Joshua Layman and Ryan Butterly rose to the occasion.
Pleasanton City Council Votes “yes” to
Housing Commission’s recommendation
REACH Grant Application.
Tri-Valley REACH is pleased to announce they have been awarded grant funds for the 7/1/2020 – 6/30/2021 time period. Since it’s beginning in 1989, REACH has kept high standards in keeping their six Pleasanton properties well maintained and in good working order. These funds will be used toward several home improvement projects.
A HUGE “Thank you” to
The Pleasanton Weekly
Tri-Valley REACH, among several other local non-profits serving our community, was chosen as a beneficiary for this year’s Holiday Giving Fund.
It is truly an honor to be recognized by The Weekly and our community as an organization that provides safe, quality and affordable independent living for adults with developmental disabilities.
Feelin’ the Valentine’s LOVE!
from a very special group at Fremont Bank including our Board Member, Brian Gentry, as they presented Kay King, Board Chair, the results of their Valentine’s day fundraiser last week. They raised $2,155 and we could not be more grateful or surprised with this gift!
A very “Valentine’s Heartfelt” Thank you to:
Fremont Bank Livermore Celebrations Committee Members and Volunteers:
Emily Guilles, Joy Pereira, Tyrone Leslie, Janine Mendoza, Monica Soeum, Jafreen Khan, Keshia Kaufman, Naomi Lightner, Asia Vargas, Miguel Salsedo, Kimberley Pereira, Alanna Leasau, Sandi Redmond, Nick Bergerhouse
City of Livermore Mayor and Staff welcome new tenants to Station Square!
On October 2, 2019 REACH was joined by friends, families, elected officials, neighbors and service providers to welcome 6 new tenants to REACH homes. After 18 months of working closely and tirelessly with the City of Livermore, REACH acquired the two beautiful town homes. REACH now has a total of 11 properties, serving 33 adults with developmental disabilities enabling them to live full and independent lives.