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ABC DEF – Dayton Education Fund
|A Better Community – Dayton Education Foundation (ABC-DEF) was established in 2000 to sustain and enhance learning opportunities for students in Dayton, Oregon. A group of committed individuals recognized the power of building a stronger community by investing in education. Through a combination of teacher grants and scholarships for graduating seniors, ABC-DEF raises funds annually to enrich classroom instruction and support students’ post-high school training.
“Building futures through enhanced educational opportunities.”
October is Breast Cancer awareness month, and Hope on the Hill works to bring more than just awareness to women in Yamhill County. When a business or individual donates $600 to Hope on the Hill, Christmas Décor by C and D Landscape Co. will install 1000 pink mini lights on a tree of their choosing and a yard sign will be provided at the base of each tree, identifying your support. All proceeds are utilized to support Kathy’s Hope. A fund which provides financial assistance to women and families impacted by breast cancer. This can be anything from literature to assist their children in understanding and adjusting to the diagnoses, gas cards for hospital trips, medical bills, childcare costs, or any other expense associated with treatment.
Each year, approximately 75 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Yamhill County. Many of these women have families and jobs that they depend on. The financial challenges of having breast cancer is an added stress to an already emotional time. To help ease this stress in a small way, Christmas Décor by C and D Landscape Co. is donating their products, resources, and time to decorate trees around town. Previously, you may have noticed a few pink lighted trees in McMinnville and now is your chance to join us in support! 8 local businesses have taken part in this initiative: Ability Physical Therapy, Corrigan-Patterson-Wickman, Dutch Bros., Farnham Electric, Hyder Family Dentistry, Dr. Amy Wark dmd, Church on the Hill, and C and D Landscape Co.
“Personally I do this because I am called to do so,” says Isaac Kearns of C and D Landscape Co. “but cancer doesn’t care who you are or what you believe in, or whether you have private or public health insurance. Either way these women are physically, emotionally, and financially impacted, and I wanted to do something that was more than be aware, but rather action based and helpful.”
The “See Ya Later” Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, that began out of the inspiration of a 12 year-old boy who died of cancer. Scott Banke had a zest for life and a courage that motivates the mission of the Foundation which is: Inspiring Youth ~ Encouraging Families.
Foundation’s 3-part outreach includes:
- Kids Camps: Basketball, Football, Soccer, Music and Fishing Derbies are available for families with minimal or no financial burden. Learn more about our camps here
- Scott Banke Annual Memorial Scholarships: Two $1500 scholarships are awarded at the Senior Awards assembly at Oregon’s McMinnville High School and one $1500 scholarship awarded at Amity, Dayton, Yamhill-Carlton and Newberg High Schools award assemblies. In addition, an at-large award will be presented to ANY graduating senior residing in Yamhill County attending any other public or private accredited high school (includes homeschool). Three $1500 scholarships are awarded to three students who attend Auburn High School, Auburn Riverside High School or Auburn Mountainview High Schools in Washington. Learn more about the Scott Banke Annual Memorial Scholarships, sponsored by the “See Ya Later” Foundation here.
- Seeds of Hope: Provides resources to families in their time of greatest crisis when a parent or child is stricken with a life-threatening medical crisis.Learn more about the Seeds of Hope program here.
The annual Dewey Sullivan Classic provides financial support to the Dayton High School and Little Guy Football Programs. This annual event provides college scholarships to high school football players and financial support to football camps.