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    VOA Oregon 2015 Annual Report

    Read our VOA Oregon 2015 Annual Report. Learn more about our innovative services, including the Sundance program for seniors, integrative health services, and support for young people escaping the cycle of addictions.

    Making a Difference
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    5th Annual Al Forthan Scholarship Awards Ceremony

    Please join us to meet and support the scholarship winners at the 5th Annual Al Forthan Scholarship Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 4th at New Song Church Community Center from 5:00-7:00pm. We are pleased to announce that Mayoral Candidate Ted Wheeler will be the keynote speaker. Ted Wheeler was motivated to enter politics while volunteering as an overnight host at the Goose Hollow Shelter where he saw firsthand that we could and should do much more to help the most vulnerable among us. While State Treasurer he has championed many important issues such as the Oregon 529 College Savings Network with lower costs and more options for families and we are thrilled to have him as our keynote speaker.

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    VOA OR CEO, Kay Toran, awarded with 2015 Women of Achievment Award

    The Oregon Commission for Women presented the 2015 Women of Achievement Award to Kay D. Toran, President and Chief Executive Officer of VOA Oregon, and three other key community leaders, in a ceremony March 9th at the State Capitol. The award recognizes women in Oregon for leadership and success in their areas of expertise, promoting the status of women in society, reflecting a commitment to equity and diversity, and serving as exemplary role models. Since 1999, Kay D. Toran has served as the President/CEO of VOA Oregon, providing the leadership and strategic direction for this major human services agency. VOA Oregon, through an integrated medical/social services model, is providing treatment, developmental and preventions services to some of the most vulnerable children, families, single adults and elderly in the community.

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