On June 22, Tri-Valley REACH and the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce jointly organized a ribbon cutting event at our Pleasanton residence. The ceremony marked an exciting moment, as we unveiled our organization’s rebranding! We are delighted to announce that we have a fresh new identity that aligns with our primary objective of giving adults with Intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) the opportunity to live independently—starting with affordable housing. The redesigned logo embodies the heart of a home, symbolizing the collaborative effort of our board members, volunteers, local officials, and generous donors, all of whom play a vital role in building our community.
While our mission remains unchanged, we maintain a commitment to providing resources, education, activities, and community. Our emphasis on affordable housing remains a cornerstone of our efforts. “A safe, accessible, and inclusive home is the foundation that nurtures confidence. At REACH, we firmly believe housing is the key to independence,” said Kay King, REACH Board Chair.
Additionally, we want to extend our thanks to Phong La, Alameda County Assessor for honoring REACH with a Commendation letter and for their constant backing of our mission. The attendance of Vice Mayor, Jack Balch, at the ribbon cutting ceremony further highlights the importance of our shared commitment.
While our logo has undergone a redesign, we look forward to continued opportunity to share our impactful work with our growing community of supporters. We welcome you to be a part of the path towards independence. By making a contribution today, you are directly unlocking funding for future REACH residents.