The Dreamer CO-Op

Able Advocates is excited to announce that we have been chosen as the nonprofit benefitting from the second annual Dreamer Co Op hosted by The Fresno Collective. This year’s theme will be a Mid Century Christmas. This year’s event will feature more vendors, food trucks, artists, a lounge area and so much more. The event will be held on 12/8 from 11-4pm at Lanna Coffee Co at 617 Broadway Street in downtown Fresno. Follow @thefresnocollective for more details. 




PANCAKE BREAKFAST SUCCESS!


Despite the rain, we still had a HUGE turnout! Again we would like to thank Batter Up Pancakes and all of our volunteers for coming out!


To see more, check out our picture gallery on Facebook.



 FREEDOMS FOUNDATION AWARD


 Katrina Oh, President of Able Advocates, received the George Washington Medal in February 2017. The award recognizes individuals who go above and beyond in their communities on a day-to-day basis. The award was presented to her by the Orange County Chapter of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge.


Pictured from Left to Right: Michelle Steel Orange County Supervisor, Michael E. Di Yeso President and CEO of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Katrina Oh, Able Advocates President, Ronda Chesney President of OC Chapter, and Lane Curtis VP of OC Chapter


INSPIRATION PARK TRANSIT PROBLEMS


Please check out our video about our goal of obtaining better transit to Inspiration Park for our families:



Pancakes & PLAYDAy 2017


Join us on April 8th 2017 for our 2nd Annual Pancakes & Playday at Inspiration Park!


When: Saturday April 8th

Where: Inspiration Park, 

            5770 W Gettysburg Ave
            Fresno, CA 93722

Time: 8:30AM

Purchase your tickets now at Brown Paper Tickets!


 DONATED SCOOTER HELPS CHILD WALK


Able Advocates and Sweet Nectar Society were able to donate a scooter to Payton who has dwarfism. “It's my most favorite present ever. It's going to help me if my legs get tired. I will always bring it so I can move around.” - Payton


To read more, check out KMPH's news coverage.



EYE-Q GRANT TO ABLE ADVOCATES


We would like to thank EYE-Q for their generous $1000 grant. Many of our children suffer from decreased vision and rely on their vision to communicate. The grant will go to purchasing equipment like light boxes and magnifiers, in addition to holding workshops for parents to learn how to better use technology like tablets to help their children.


To read more, check out EYE-Q's press release.