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Pacific Quest gives Sky’s the Limit Fund a loud shout out for the past year’s successes in helping more teens and young adults transform their lives through outdoor and wilderness therapy programs. And we couldn’t shout back louder!
Incredibly unique, Pacific Quest “integrates evidence based therapeutic methods, whole-person wellness and organic gardening to sustain a healthy community and motivate change.” We couldn’t be more amazed with the core philosophy of Pacific Quest and its values as it creates an open, thriving space for young people to bloom.
Follow this link to Pacific Quest’s blog post and learn about families who have experienced real growth with the help of Sky’s the Limit Fund’s financial assistance. We are honored to be able to help these teens and young adults find their journeys through wilderness and outdoor therapy programs.
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“For 2017, Alhouse Deaton has adopted the Sky’s the Limit Fund to give back to the San Francisco bay area which has given us so much; a not-for-profit whose community minded focus is very much in line with Alhouse Deaton mindset for our community and our business – Sky’s The Limit Fund.
We believe that in order for our cities to grow and thrive, our children must be healthy to continue this valuable mission forward and for this reason we have selected the Sky’s The Limit Fund for 2017.”
For more ways to help Sky’s the Limit Fund, please visit:
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We at Sky’s the Limit Fund cherish our respected Board Members who make a difference in the communities we live and thrive in. Kathy Bridgman is a shining star in the Los Altos community and has served on the STLF Board since 2010. We could not be happier to announce Kathy’s award for volunteerism given at the Los Altos Joint Community Volunteer Service Awards.
“Kathy Bridgman was one of STLF’s first board members. She immediately identified with the organizations mission of supporting families of youth in crisis through wilderness therapy programs. She has worked tirelessly on behalf of the organization by speaking with families in crisis and volunteering her time. In addition, Kathy is always thinking of creative ways to expand our reach within the community. STLF founder Rochelle Bochner states, ‘Kathy Bridgman is one of the most humble, genuine, positive, and caring individuals I have ever known.” – Lost Altos Awards Commiteee
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Sky’s the Limit Fund has been chosen among many deserving, influential non-profits to be a recipient of the Los Altos Town Crier Holiday Beneficiary Fund! Words cannot express our gratitude to the community of Los Altos and its generosity in representing Sky’s the Limit Fund as an important charity for the holiday season.
“The Town Crier Holiday Fund was launched in 2000 to raise funds for small hands-on non-profits in Silicon Valley, particularly those serving families and children. Most of the organizations selected use many volunteers, and maintain a high level of efficiency in percentage of funds which actually touch the lives of the needy.”
To learn more, please follow this link: http://www.latcholidayfund.org/beneficiaries/
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