The Champions Volunteer Foundation.

The Champions Volunteer Foundation is a California non-profit organization whose specific and primary purpose is to raise funds for other non-profit organizations that support but are not limited to youth, recreational, educational, and well-care programs. Since its founding in 2002, The Champions Volunteer Foundation has donated more than $3 million to nearly 50 different local non-profit organizations annually through a grant application process.
Homepage – The Champions Volunteer Foundation
The Medicare Plans Patient Resource Center supports the families and loved ones of older adults and people with disabilities. We’re dedicated to providing access to affordable health care through educational programs, interactive resources, and functional tools. Our team of experts helps current and future Medicare patients build their understanding of Medicare while navigating the complex system. With an active community of patients, experts, and health care providers, we support the elderly and disabled communities with community-based education and actionable solutions for Medicare to address your health care needs.
Your Guide to a Better Retirement
At RetireGuide, we’re dedicated to providing the most up-to-date and accurate information about financial decisions that affect your retirement.
Transform your iPad®, iPad Mini, iPhone® and iPod Touch® into a powerful communication tool
Communicating with the world around you is challenging when you have difficulty speaking with your natural voice. Using the familiarity of iOS technology, the TouchChat app offers you a dynamic communication solution with easy-to-customize features and a wide range of vocabularies, languages, and voices.
United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland Empire’s philosophy of “Life Without Limits” goes beyond the services we directly provide. UCPIE believes in helping families with requirements that extend outside of our scope of services. With this in mind, UCPIE created our Resource & Referral Program. Through our outreach programs, professional associations, and relationships with similar-minded agencies and groups, we have built a knowledge base for families to find the help they need. The following are Resource Guides & Links we believe will be helpful
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IRTUAL CONNECTIONS is a FREE video conferencing program provided by ARC, in collaboration with Lingraphica. ​
VIRTUAL CONNECTIONS helps people with aphasia meet up online with others who have aphasia.
​VIRTUAL CONNECTIONS provides a SAFE PLACE for all to practice their communications skills in real-time conversations.