Our aim is to partner with other entities that may assist our goal to provide in-home care for seniors
Police Chief Richard LaMunyon of Wichita KS created the Torch Run that became the “Founding Law Enforcement Organization”. Our Shella team braved the inclement weather to support this very worthy cause.
The Shella Foundation is a proud member of this outstanding community group whose mission is to come together as one collective multicultural spiritual voice. The Shella Foundation was privileged to provide a donation for the Free Thanksgiving Dinner sponsored by the Kay Ceniceros Senior Center in association with the Council.
TVCC "awards Gala"
For the 53rd time, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce has celebrated people, businesses and organizations for their achievements and contributions.
The awards gala was staged Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Pechanga Resort and Casino near Temecula and drew more than 700, a news release states. The evening includeda dinner, silent auction, live entertainment and presentation of the awards.
The Mission of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is to promote positive economic growth while protecting the environment for all businesses and by doing so, support the programs which preserve and improve the quality of life for the entire community
The Mission of the California Respite Association (CRA) is to support the expansion and enhancement of respite services to individuals, families and caregivers of the elderly, persons with developmental and/or physical disabilities, brain impairment and other disabling conditions.
The Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to supporting and promoting local business enterprise, encouraging communication and cooperation between businesses and residents
The Shella Foundation is a proud member of the MVCC and was honored as the 2019 non-profit of the year. And Susana Gonzales Was named 2019 MVCC Ambassador of the Year.
The Shella Foundation Is A Proud Member Of The MVCC
For the fifth year in a row, the special needs community in Temecula Valley was treated to a night out at the ballpark. The event was held on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at Lake Elsinore Storm Stadium.
Disabilities such as cerebral palsy, down’s syndrome and autism are often misunderstood and affect many of our loved ones. Attendees learned more about the special needs community and how they can help. Shella was privileged to donate $1500 for tickets to the event and $500 for give-away bags. These folks are near and dear to our heart. In this way, we were able help get the word out about the special needs of our loved ones.
The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce 55th Annual Awards Gala took place July 24, 2021 at Pechanga Resort & Casino. Each year, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce honors exceptional businesses, service/charitable organizations, and individuals.
This prestigious black-tie event includes a champagne reception, silent auction, gourmet dinner, awards presentation, entertainment and more!
The Shella Foundation is a proud sponsor of this event.
Founded in 1986, Another Way began as a grassroots, volunteer driven project of Inland Regional Center that has evolved into a comprehensive fundraising program that serves more than 1500 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities each year. Another Way intervenes during times of crisis by funding basic needs and health and wellness services such as food, clothing, rent, utilities, dental work, medications, appliances, burials and other similar items. Funding these items has helped to stabilize our clients’ lives, keeping them from homelessness, hunger and ill-health.
Inland Regional Center (IRC) is Another Way’s fiscal sponsor and provides support in the form of in-kind donations of office space, equipment, and payroll.
The Shella Foundation was privileged to be a part of this worthwhile cause while enjoying a day of golf and building a lasting relationship with these organizations.
Shella Board of Directors recently received a request to assist this worthy organization in it’s mission. In part the letter read:
Shella Foundation Board,
Greetings. I am writing to request a grant to the Independent Living Alliance. The ILA is a “group of individuals concerned with the welfare of adults with autism and other neurodiversities.” They “are on a mission to create a safe consumer-controlled setting were residents receive support from staff and have the ability to access Long Term Services and Support”. . .
The Alliance Mission is:
We are a group of concerned individuals working with the community, local leaders and advocates in the interest of disabled adults. We are on a mission to create a safe and supportive living community for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where they can live amongst friends, feel accepted, respected, happy and develop the skills necessary to be productive, contributing members of society.
We are in the early stages of creating Independent Living Alliance and we need your help to make this dream a reality.
Let us help you wade through the myriad aspects of obtaining in-home support services. We are a one-stop center for all aspects of care.
Provide care management and assistance in all aspects of personal care, including financial assistance to individuals and families.
As in any service, there are various terminology to become familiar with. We try to answer the more frequent questions submitted to us.
We are gracious for every monetary contribution, fundraising opportunity, basket donation and volunteer that have joined our Shella Family. Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to expanding our reach. . .
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