Community Involvement

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Mt. Bachelor Rotary

Rob is a member of the Mt. Bachelor Rotary and serves on the Foundation. The Mt. Bachelor Rotary has been serving the community since 1990. The meetings foster networking among business owners and support volunteering in the community.


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Family Access Network

Rob previously served on the Board of Directors for the Family Access Network (FAN). The Family Access Network is an organization serving all of the public schools in Deschutes County as well as serving families, to connect them to food, shelter, clothing, heating, school suppolies, health services, or any other needs. In 2014, through Rob’s involvement, the New York Life Foundation awarded a $7,500 Community Impact Grant to the Family Access Network, and in 2015, they awarded a $12,500 Community Impact Grant.



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St. Charles Hospital Foundation

Rob served as Chairperson for the St. Charles Hospital Foundation in 2002 and 2003. The foundation is the “...philanthropic arm of the hospital”. By supporting the foundation, donors are supporting programs and services that ensure the best medical care is available.



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University of Oregon Alumni

Since 2015, Garrett has been a Board Member with the University of Oregon Alumni-Central. Their goal is to keep alumni connected to their alma mater and to each other. They serve more than 195,000 Ducks around the world.



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Healthy Beginnings

Garrett is a past member of Healthy Beginnings, and he has spent 7 years on the board. The organization provides health and developmental screenings for kids 5 and under, for free. They have been in existence since 1993 and work through a collaboration of crisis pregnancy centers and other community service organizations in order to bring the most comprehensive service to their patients.



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Big Brothers, Big Sisters

Garrett is a former Big Brother with the Big Brothers, Big Sisters in Central Oregon. Through his volunteer time, Garrett would work with kids who needed a positive role model and a little extra support. The Big Brother, Big Sister organization has been around for more than 100 years and has operated under the belief that every child should be successful.




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