55% of $14,000 goal
Anabelle's Angel Glow
Friday, October 6th, 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM PDT
What is Angel Glow? Anabelle's Angel Glow started as a project of pure love by Becki Doden, who saw a family in desperate need and pulled off a miracle to help them. In 6 weeks, the first Anabelle's Angel Glow had around 800 participants and had raised a whopping $28,000. Every year since, Angel Glow has made it it's mission to come alongside and support children in Central Oregon with special needs and their families. Anabelle's Angel Glow is proud to support Treehouse Therapies in their mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate physical and occupational therapy to children in Central Oregon regardless of their insurance or financial limitations. To date, Anabelle's Angel Glow has put on 6 events and raised over $100,000 for children in Central Oregon.
Our primary services are pediatric physical therapy, occupational therapy, and behavioral health therapy. Our therapy services enable children with disabilities, delays in development, and behavioral difficulties to more fully participate in the activities of childhood such as crawling, walking, playing, eating, writing, getting dressed, communicating, making friends, and functioning at home and school.
As the only nonprofit-based pediatric therapy clinic in Central Oregon, we provide a scholarship program so that no child is turned away or placed on hold because of limited insurance coverage or financial means. About fifty-five percent of our clients have Medicaid insurance and most are underinsured. We provide about $80,000 worth of free care per year to children who would otherwise have to forgo treatment. We serve infants, children, teens and young adults with disabilities and special needs in Central Oregon. We have two clinics in Bend, one in Redmond and our newest location is in Warm Springs.
We believe in providing therapy in natrual settings. Our main clinics are in converted homes on farms. We provide therapy in our clinics as well as outside and utilize horses and animals in our therapy programs. (Also known as Hippotherapy and Animal Assisted Therapy)
This year, thanks to the generosity of our community we were able to open the area's only warm-water pediatric therapy pool and are so excited to now offer aquatic therapy.
We are very passionate about what we do and we rely on community support to be able to achieve our mission to give kids the therapy they need regardless of insurance or financial limitations. Any help you can give is tremendously appreciated.