Keep FREED Rolling!

November 29, 2016


On Tuesday, November 29th, FREED is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to celebrating and encouraging giving. #GivingTuesday is a special call to action to create a global day of giving that brings diverse organizations and communities around the world together to give back. It is about ordinary people coming together to do extraordinary things for our community. We hope you can join us in celebrating the holiday season by making a contribution to FREED today at!

Help keep FREED rolling today by signing up online for a monthly reoccurring donation!

 2016 FREED Highlights

  • FREED is #1 in Assistive Technology (AT) by serving the largest number of individuals in California with AT services as compared to all other urban and rural Independent Living Centers in California!
  • FREED is #2 in California by serving the second largest number of individuals as compared to other Independent Living Centers!
  • 1333 individuals served with comprehensive independent living services!
  • 1568 information and referral services provided
  • 32 individuals transitioned from a nursing home to community living
  • 87 individuals served with Care Transition Coaching and support during and after hospital discharge
  • 1647 hours of collaboration, networking, and community advocacy in the counties we serve.

Community Organizing with over 50 community members to create practical outcomes in infrastructure accessibility and voter registration.

Demonstrated Outcomes

  • 56% of individuals are better able to perform activities of daily living
  • 53% feel that their overall quality of life has improved
  • 52% are better able to access their home environment
  • 42% are better able to access the community

We truly appreciate your support of FREED’s work and ask that you consider donating to FREED through your year-end giving. Make a one-time donation by writing a check today or by going to Even better, consider becoming a Rolling Donor by signing up online for a monthly reoccurring donation.


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