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August Newsletter!

Introducing the PB 2022 Fundraiser!

Join us on October 20th as we Fundraise and celebrate our clients, our community, and our potential!

The UW Center for Urban Horticulture is a lovely venue in which to raise a glass, enjoy a nosh, hear a story, and show your support. We'll also present the 2nd Annual Allan Northrup Award to Rebecca Kost, the recently retired

PLEASE JOIN US!

Registration is now open, with an early-bird ticket price of $40 through September 20th. Find out more and register HERE!


 

Featured Grant: ABC Medical!

ABC Medical is the first and only provider of urology supplies in the industry committed to adaptive sports, supporting hundreds of adaptive sporting events, local and national adaptive sport organizations, and adaptive sport clinics every year.

ABC Medical also provides scholarship opportunities focused on adaptive sports, education, and making a difference in the community.

Their fall scholarship cycle is open now! Check them out here to find out more about these opportunities and to apply by September 30th!

 

The Here and Now Project's Paralysis Meetup is back in person!

Join The Here and Now Project for their 9th Annual Paralysis Meetup on September 24th & 25th, 2022!

This is a two-day event, with Day 1 being for survivors and supporters only, and Day 2 is a public Resource Expo featuring a wide array of local organizations. There will also be adaptive sport demos, including adaptive cycling, quad rugby, wheelchair basketball, and more!

Check out their website here for more information!


 

Back to School!

Heading back to school this Fall? Check out this Resource Guide!

Included in the guide are tips and info on:

  • Transitioning to Higher Education as someone navigating disability

  • Available Accommodations

  • Assistive technology for movement and communication challenges

  • Mobile Apps for different physical challenges

...and more!




 

Special Thanks


Sometimes we get to meet other members of the Eastside community who decide that 1) they really like what PB does, and 2) they want to help.

We want to take a minute to acknowledge Leslie McBride, the Owner of Nothing Bundt Cakes, Kirkland. Leslie and her team have generously stepped up multiple times in the last year to support our community.

Thank you, Leslie!

 





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