Keystones Vol. #3

Now that you have survived this year’s tax season, are you ready to look at your options for next year? In this third issue of our Keystones newsletter, we feature the insights of a tax professional on the benefits of charitable giving. We’ll also look at how one business has helped our clients stay healthy with budget-conscious nutrition.

Finally, in our first installment of “Speaking Out,” we’ll relay the thoughts of local business owners about why they give to ShelterCare. Click the title above to read Keystones.

Trudy’s Amazing Story

Trudy Maloney, a recently retired staff member from ShelterCare's Uhlhorn Program, shares her story of hope to celebrate Brain Injury Awareness Month.

Funding Human Services Commission

Click the title above to read the Register Guard Guest Viewpoint by Susan Ban on the importance of funding from the Human Services Commission for local nonprofits.

Subaru Share the Love

This winter ShelterCare was selected as the local charity for Subaru's Share Love Event. Kendall Subaru donated $250 to one of 


six charities on behalf of each customer who purchased a new 


vehicle. Thank for to Kendall Auto Group for being such a great community partner.Kendall-Subaru-Check-009

ShelterCare Administrative Offices • 499 W. 4th Avenue • Eugene, OR 97401 • Phone: 541.686.1262 • Fax: 541.686.0359 • www.sheltercare.org

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