Robert Half Supports Local T-RADD Athletes

Tri-Valley REACH is pleased to announce they have been awarded a $1,500 grant from Robert Half for social, educational, and athletic activities towards the T-RADD program. Annually, REACH provides funds to support the City of Pleasanton’s Recreation for Adults with Developmental Disabilities (RADD) program. These scholarships are critical in allowing local low-income athletes the opportunity to participate in RADD outings, events, and other socialization activities without the worry of affording the annual fee to join. REACH provides support for T-RADD sports equipment and uniforms to sponsoring and hosting recognition ceremonies for our local athletes. 

“I am truly honored to support Tri-Valley REACH. I have personally witnessed the positive impact REACH has brought to our community and my family. This contribution from Robert Half reinforces the importance of corporate responsibility and the incredible difference we can make when we come together to support meaningful causes.”
Roy Cook Sr. Program Manager, Robert Half.

We are grateful for the ongoing support of Robert Half, who has played an important role by contributing essentials funds to our initiatives and mission work. We recognize there is a finite number of individuals REACH can directly serve through housing. As an organization, we have effectively established programs and nurtured relationships to extend our outreach far beyond the current 42 residents. These collaborations, relationships, and partnerships have been instrumental in providing much needed information, activities, and programs for hundreds on an annual basis. 

T-RADD sports play an important role in providing opportunities for personal growth through recreational activities and community involvement for adults with developmental disabilities. We look forward to sharing with our community throughout 2024 the success, friendship, and growth of our T-RADD teams. 

We extend our sincere appreciation to Robert Half for their dedication to our community.

Are you interested in RADD's REACH Scholarship?

REACH offers a scholarship program for people ages 15 years and above with developmental disabilities that would like to participate in the City of Pleasanton’s RADD Program but may not have the financial means to do so. Participants who meet requirements are eligible to apply for the REACH Scholarship. To learn more about RADD and the current available activities, visit their website.