Portland, OR. It was an exciting night on the pitch for Providence Heart Institute
Black and White Ball. For the second year in a row, the event was held right on the soccer field at Providence Park. Thorns goalkeeper and Team USA member Adrianna Franch offered up her soccer cleats to the highest bidder. The benefit raised over $745,000 for to help future heart transplant patients and their families.
The Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns FC worked in partnership to help present the benefit.
Greg Burpee, Steven Klein, and Sarah Burpee
Jim and Kelley Dulcich
Fans had a chance to pose with Timber Joey
Steven Klein, Wendy Hill, Dave Hill, member of St. Vincent Council of Trustees Greg Specht, Phil Taggart, Karla Hansen, Sean Brennecke, Madelyn Engel, Anne Hicks, and Brendan Murphy
If you were unable to join us last night but are still interested in supporting Providence Heart Institute, you can make a donation here.
The Providence Heart Institute is the leading provider of cardiovascular care in Oregon committed to making a positive difference in every life we touch.
We offer a full range of subspecialty services that allow us to deliver comprehensive, innovative and personalized care.