Our Promo Video (from 80’s Bingo)
In case you missed it (or love it so much it's a must see again) check out our promo video we showed at our 80's Bingo event! See some testimonials from clients that Plus One helps as well as a message from our founder, Kacey Kroeger.
Plus One’s 2019 Mermaid Party
We’re making another splash this year with our annual Mermaid Party! Join us October 17th from 6pm-8pm. All proceeds from our Mermaid Party go towards providing pool passes for people with neurological disorders. Our Mermaid Party is always a ton of fun, so make sure you invite your friends to join along too! Music provided by by Strum: Seattle's Totally Relaxed Ukulele Musicians!
Please feel free to park in QFC Parking lot off 57th, across from Leif Erikson Hall.
Instructions from Parking Lot to party location:
Take the elevator OR stairs directly up to QFC. These are located in the NW corner of the underground parking lot. Once in QFC, exit from the NW corner of the store. If taking the stairs from the parking lot, just continue up the stairs to exit. This will take you to the corner of 24th and 58th st. Turn right (east) on 58th and continue until you see the sign for On the Park apartments. Someone will be at the front door to greet you and give you further instruction.
We're so excited to see you!
Yoga Hour with Datza Yoga
In honor of Nation Yoga Month join us in partnership with Datzastudios in Eastlake dedicating a special yoga hour 🧘🏻♀️ of FLOW & MYOFASCIAL RELEASE to raise awareness and funds for the organization.
When: Saturday, Sept 28th at 9:15 a.m. ☀️
Where: Datza Studios - 2201 Eastlake Ave E Suite B, Seattle, WA 98102
Who: The class will be taught by Elizabeth and Vivian. Vivian is a trained brain injury yoga teacher who will lead the myofascial release session and part of the flow. After class, enjoy a cold-pressed organic juice. There will be a presentative from the foundation as well who will talk about what we do. *Make a date with someone and register early as space is limited https://www.datzastudios.com
National Yoga Month was designed to educate about the health benefits of yoga and inspire a healthy lifestyle. We are proud to partner with Datza, Elizabeth and Vivian of Datza Studios to spread awareness and raise funds for our foundation so that we can continue to provide services to those with neurological disease, injury or disorder.
*If you would be inclined to donate, please with bring a check (addressed to Plus One Foundation) or cash - we will have a donation drop box at the studio. Your support is greatly appreciated. OR you may head to the site and donate directly and learn more > https://www.plusonefoundation.org/donate
Our Mission at Plus One:
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), neurological disorders, ranging from epilepsy to Alzheimer’s disease, Traumatic Brain Injury to Multiple Sclerosis, affect up to one billion people worldwide. They affect people in all countries, irrespective of age, sex, education or income. More than 500 different conditions are considered neurological disorders. We have a lot of work to do.
The Plus One Foundation assists children and adults with a neurological injury, disorder, or disease to achieve goals, expand opportunities and ‘feed the soul’ through activities that offer education, rehabilitation and training.
We fund classes, workshops and life experiences that are proven to assist individuals on their path of rehabilitation and recovery, but are rarely covered by insurance, such as; art and music therapy, therapeutic horseback riding, integrated movement therapy, martial arts, meditation, yoga, and aquatic therapies.
Check out our incredible video highlighting Plus One and our wonderful clients!
Plus One provides grants to children and adults with neurological diseases and disorders.
Usually this means individuals, but sometimes our grants can help whole families. Summer's a time when kids are out of school and at home with their family, and we wanted to highlight a family that you've helped with your donations.
Cara and Matt both are parents to three young children. They also live with MS. We were able to provide a grant to get Cara and Matt a membership to the YMCA. With this membership, not only can Cara and Matt focus on their own health and wellness, they can also set a great example for their children.
Please consider making a donation today so we can help more individuals and families like Cara and Matt.