Ground Breaking Ceremony!

Today, on August 31, 2017 @ 10:00 A.M, we at REACH Inc. had a Ground Breaking Ceremony to celebrate the start of construction on our building expansion.  Joining in on the celebration was our business, financial, and community partners including; The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce, Washington Federal, ZCS Engineering, Craft3 and NCIF.   Executive Director Ron Moe started the formal Ground Breaking off with a moving speech thanking each and every one involved with the project as well as a special shout out to Zelda Langdal the founder of what would eventually evolve into REACH Inc., This, in turn, led into the breaking of ground by Don Young, Treasurer of the REACH Inc board of directors for a golden photo opportunity.   What will […]

PRESS RELEASE – Aug 15, 2017 Craft3 and REACH

PRESS RELEASE   August 15, 2017   CONTACT Carl Seip, Craft3, (888) 231-2170 x 121, Ron Moe, REACH, Inc., (541) 891-6626,     Craft3 Makes Major Investment In Klamath Falls-based REACH As Part Of $7 Million Project   Represents the first-ever federal New Markets Tax Credit project in Klamath County   KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON – Regional business lender Craft3 announced today that it will make a major investment in REACH, Inc. as part of a $7 million project to preserve and expand the nonprofit’s Klamath Falls facility. The news marks both the first-ever federal New Markets Tax Credit project in Klamath County, and the first Craft3 investment in the region since the lender announced its intention to open an office in Klamath Falls […]

REACH has two new articles in the Herald and News!

REAH has two new articles in the Herald and News! The first is an information article updating the community on the status of REACH Inc. and what new projects have been started or are in the works. Namely, our biggest project is working on the new market tax credit program. The second is about the new regulations coming down the pipeline for all sheltered workshops. This change means we at REACH had to change our approach to helping our individuals. There is much more information so check out the article here and leave a comment here or there.     The second article is actually an editorial from Herald and News Editorial Board. Its members are Publisher Mark Dobie, Editor Gerry O’Brien and Forum Editor […]

Decorating party uses REACH Christmas trees for holiday fun

This year REACH has been selling wooden Christmas Trees made out of pallet wood, each tree ranges in sizes from small to large. The children in the featured picture are all decorating our small Christmas trees to their heart’s content.     The trees are both a great artistic piece and group decorating activity, as all trees are painted and strung with lights unless otherwise ordered.  Being made of both old and new pallet wood each tree is handcrafted in our wood mill off Maywood Dr in Klamath Falls.     After the REACH Christmas Trees are assembled they are then sent over to a second location in the Fred Myer Parking lot *Dubbed* “REACH At Freddies” Where they are then painted and given a […]