MAKE YOUR LIFE-CHANGING GIFT TODAY
Help us reach our goal of $10,000 through Give!Guide
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare is honored to be included among the most impactful Portland nonprofits in the Willamette Week 2018 Give!Guide.
Seven ways you can help us reach our goal:
- Make your gift via Give!Guide today.
- Double the impact of your gift with the Pacific Office Automation challenge that matches the first $2,500 in donations to Cascadia
- Be one of the first 100 donors and receive a coupon for a free bagel sandwich from Henry Higgins
- Receive a $25 gift certificate to Next Adventure when you make a gift of $250 or more; limited supply
- Qualify for some great giving incentives from other Portland businesses
- Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram
- Share with friends on social media your support of Cascadia through the 2018 Give!Guide
Your gift today helps Cascadia:
- care for 18,000 people of all ages experiencing mental health and addiction challenges,
- serve individuals experiencing homelessness,
- help families maintain stable housing,
- and provide our community’s most vulnerable members access to life-changing whole health care and community outreach services.
THANK YOU TO OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS:
Watch Our Give!Guide video:
Mark your calendar for these Big Give Days:
Give once, twice, or as many times as you can November 1 to December 31, 2018, and your gifts to Cascadia qualify you for these other great giving incentives.
When you make your gift of $10 or more in support of Cascadia on Give!Guide, you will receive a free digital Chinook Book with access code.
- Nov. 8: two $500 shopping sprees at Powell’s Books
- Nov. 15: two Tender Loving Empire gift packages
- Nov. 27: two packages of two nights at Brasada Ranch in a luxury suite and round of golf
- Dec. 6: two Sony RX 100 pro cameras from Pro Photo Supply
- Dec. 13: Salt & Straw ice cream and Laughing Planet
- Dec. 20: one Specialized FX 1 commuter bike from Bike Gallery
- Dec. 27: one cultural adventure package across Oregon from the Oregon Cultural Trust