Today, REACH continues its process of fixing and replacing all of the doors, windows, and locks after being a victim of a break in that included theft and vandalism over the 2018 Christmas holiday weekend. With an estimated cash loss of $8,000 in cash and property damage and $12,000 total in theft, including items such as power tools, laptop computers, chain saw, cameras, vehicles, and much more. With the arrest of the culprits, REACH has managed to recover a few of the items from the theft. As the authorities, continue to look for missing items.

REACH would like to thank all the individuals from the Klamath County Sheriff’s Department, Klamath Falls City Police Department, and the Klamath Falls Community for the support and apprehension of the people who are suspected of committing this crime. Unfortunately, our property insurance will not cover this type of loss. Luckily, we are able to continue to offer our services, to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment.

REACH has been contacted by many people interested in donating money and items that could help out, listed below is donation information: 

  1. If you are looking to make a monetary donation to REACH Inc. in the form of:

    1. (check) please make it out to REACH Inc. It can be dropped off at 2350 Maywood Drive or mailed to PO Box 1089 Klamath Falls, OR 97601

    2. For electronic transaction send money via PayPal to or head to and look for the PayPal button.

    3. Cash, can be brought to 2350 Maywood Drive, and ask to make a donation in cash at the front counter.

  1. If you are looking to donate an item to help replace one of the stolen ones we are currently in need of:

    1. Cordless Power Tools

    2. Laptop Computers

    3. Digital Cameras / Video Equipment

    4. Chainsaw

About REACH Inc.: REACH, Inc. provides productive work, rehabilitation, and training for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. REACH also operates a Pallet Woodmill, Recycling Plant, Upcycle Store, Upcycle Woodshop, Art Program, and a Day Services Area for participants who either don’t want to or unable to work and would like to learn life skills, participate in arts and crafts, and improve social skills by interacting with others in an integrated community setting.