Alpha Gives Back

Alpha Heating and Air Is Here to Support Your Community


We are grateful for the support that you and all of our other customers give to Alpha Heating and Air. Support is a two-way street and we like to 'give back' to the community. "Alpha Gives Back" is a way for you to help your favorite organization by means of a friendly competition between the supporters of three local community groups. Alpha Heating and Air will donate to each organization based on what place they come in at the end of Friday, December 10, 2021.
Donations:
  • 1st: $1000
  • 2nd: $500
  • 3rd: $250
Rules:
  • Contestant requires minimum 50 votes to qualify.
  • Voting: 1 vote per day per person.
  • Votes with unverified emails will not be counted.
  • One person cannot vote for other people. Play fair. It's okay if one person votes for family members, but not for multiple people (this is tracked and votes will be disregarded if this is done.)

Access Building Community

ACCESS provides food, warmth, shelter, and other essential services to Jackson County’s low-income children, families, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities. As the Community Action Agency of Jackson County, ACCESS has been helping residents break the cycle of poverty since 1976. Last year, 67,070 people received assistance from ACCESS including obtaining safe, affordable housing, rental assistance, utility assistance, weatherization, medical equipment loans at no cost, and healthy food.

Our Mission
Through partnerships and service, ACCESS provides food, warmth, and shelter to promote stability for vulnerable populations.

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Dogs For Better Lives

Dogs for Better Lives is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 1977 by the late Roy G. Kabat. Roy worked with exotic and domestic animals for movies and television and had a small traveling circus. After retiring to the Applegate Valley in southern Oregon, he was contacted by the American Humane Association and their headquarters in Denver, Colorado.

A deaf woman in Minnesota had owned a dog that trained itself to let her know when sounds were occurring in her home. As she lost more of her hearing, her dog alerted her to more and more sounds. After her beloved dog died, the woman realized how much she had come to depend on the dog and began a search for someone to train a new dog for her.

The American Humane Association initiated experimental work trying to train dogs to help people who were deaf, and they contacted Roy for advice. After spending two weeks in Denver, Roy returned to Oregon and began Dogs for the Deaf.

Our first location was outside Jacksonville, Oregon, then moved in 1989 to our current 40-acre site at the base of Lower Table Rock in Central Point, Oregon.

In 2017, Dogs for the Deaf was renamed Dogs for Better Lives and celebrated the organization’s 40th anniversary, recognizing the more than 1,300 dog placements that have occurred during that span of operation.

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Children’s Advocacy Center of Jackson County

The Children’s Advocacy Center of Jackson County is a grass-roots, community organization where professionals investigating child abuse and providing treatment to young victims come together in an effort to help children and teens begin their healing journey.

Through redesigning the “system” with the special needs of children in mind, the Center has been able to reduce the trauma of abuse by providing coordinated support services for child abuse victims to begin the healing process.

The Children’s Advocacy Center of Jackson County was formed by the Jackson County Child Abuse Task Force, Inc. The Task Force was a group of caring professional and lay people recognizing that children need a holistic, specialized response from the community. They formed a private, non-profit, tax exempt organization in 1987, and with the help of local businesses, many civic organizations, schools, churches and countless individuals, they were able to open the doors of the Children’s Advocacy Center in 1991.

The Center was expanded to its present location in the historic Reames building in April of 1995. Since then, two major expansions have allowed the Center to meet the growing needs of Jackson County. Today, program support is provided by individuals, corporations, small businesses, government agencies, and private foundations.

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