Les Schwab recently gave a $10,000 grant to the Family Access Network (FAN) to support access to basic needs for low-income children and families.
The funds will sustain FAN services in both Crook County and Deschutes County, and will help those who are disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
“Les Schwab’s long history of community investment and support of FAN’s mission is deeply inspiring and greatly appreciated, especially during these challenging times of economic uncertainty and increasing needs,” said Julie N. Lyche, FAN executive director.
“We couldn’t be more grateful for their support.”
FAN began in 1993 and employs 30 advocates at 66 sites in Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties to help families break the cycle of poverty.