Services for Children

Camping, Recreation and Respite

Children in Life Jackets on DockSummer Camp Program from Easterseals Oregon Provides:

  • 5 days and 4 nights at Evans Creek Retreat or B'nai B'rith Camp
  • Inclusive activities for all ability levels
  • Lasting memories and friendships
  • Opportunities for learning, growth, and education
  • Respite time for caregivers
  • Ages 10-59+ (separate sessions for adults and children)

Easterseals Oregon's summer camp program is funded primarily by donations and our annual golf tournament.

Portland Public Schools Transition Resource Fair

The Portland Public School Youth Transition Program in collaboration with Community Services Network, DePaul Industries, Meadowlark and Easterseals Oregon is pleased to announce that after many weeks of planning, they will launch a very important virtual transition resource fair. On April 27th & 28th, from 6pm to 8pm, you will hear and obtain information and valuable resources from a variety of local PDX community agencies that provide support and services for your student while in high school and beyond.

For more information, click here!

Zetosch Children's Assistance Fund

The purpose of the Zetosch Children's Assistance Fund is to provide equipment and services to economically disadvantaged children with disabilities to enable them to receive educational training to the highest of their ability. Grants are limited to a total of $1,500 per candidate. If you are a parent of a child with a disability, and you would like to apply, please forward the application to a professional (ie: Teacher, doctor, phycologist, counselor etc.) to complete and send in the request for accommodation and/or equipment.

To apply please complete the application and mail to the address below:

Easterseals Oregon
Attn: Zetosch Fund
7300 SW Hunziker Street, Suite 103
Portland, OR 97223

Zetosch Children's Assistance Fund Application

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