Join us this September
Sunday Night Fireside Chat, Authentic New Orleans Cuisine Dinner, Wine and Auction ~
Monday Morning Corporate Salmon Fishing Tournament ~ Columbia River
Bridge Meadows develops and sustains intergenerational neighborhoods for adoptive families of youth formerly in foster care that promote permanency, community and caring relationships while offering safety and meaningful purpose in the daily lives of older adults.
The IMAGINE gala is our largest event each year. This is a very special evening held at the Portland Art Museum. You will not want to miss it, so mark your calendars for next year's Gala on September 17th, 2020!
Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH) provides safe and healthy affordable housing along with support and skill building activities for individuals and families with the greatest need who live or work in the Tigard-Tualatin area, Beaverton and SW Portland, Oregon.CPAH owns eight apartment complexes with a total of 372 units that provide housing for families at 60% or less of the Portland metropolitan area median income.
Summer 2020 marks the 15th and final Power of the Purse in Portland. For the last 14 years, more than 200 of Portland's most notable leaders, artists, entrepreneurs, and philanthropists work with local purse designers to create one-of-a-kind handbags to raise money for Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest. Each piece is a unique work of art that will be auctioned off during a live fashion show featuring our Girls Inc. girls!
Come celebrate ten fantastic, fun years of Creating Moments That Matter at our 10th Anniversary Honor The Journey Gala. Your ticket includes appetizers and sit-down dinner with wine. Enjoy our Live and Silent Auctions, the presentation of The Edward E Rosenbaum Hospice Life Award for outstanding service in hospice care, and dance the night away with our
The Oregon Golf Club 25700 Southwest Petes Mountain Road, West Linn, OR 97068 we serve.
A MIRacle Foundation, Inc. was formed by Allen and Joy Fowler after the loss of their son, Amir Samuel Fowler, in 2012. Amir had a neurological disorder, developmental delays and was deemed medically fragile by age 5. To honor his memory, a foundation was formed to help other families, children and caregivers. It is our hope that the foundation will grow and be able to offer additional programs both within and outside of the Pacific Northwest which it serves today.