Tell us About Your Great Nonprofit Event Happening This Fall

Tell us About Your Great Nonprofit Event Happening This Fall

Portland, OR. There’s a plethora of terrific fundraising events that happen each fall in the Portland area. Last September, the Good Samaritan Foundation Fall Ball to support cancer services had guests like Barbara Young, Dr. William Johnson, Dr. Nathalie Johnson and Dr. George Brown, the CEO of Legacy Health. Other fall events included YouthBuilders’ Cornhole Classic, Bridge Meadows Annual IMAGINE Benefit, the LifeWorks NW Iron Chef fundraiser, The AIDS Walk, and “Red For Women” Luncheon. Those are just a few of the fundraisers happening in September!

Do you have a favorite nonprofit with a big event coming up this fall? We’d like to post details about the event on our Portland Society Page calendar. You can send us your information at [email protected]

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The Impact NW Garden Party has supporters like Dennis Peck, Marcia Westcott Peck, Liz Burns and Andy Nelson. This year the party is on September 22nd.

Jill Ramseier from Deschutes Brewery

The LifeWorks NW Iron Chef fundraiser will be at the Portland Art Museum on September 27th.

The YouthBuilders’ Cornhole Classic will be September 17th. In the past, event organizers closed the street at Castaway Portland in order for 56 teams to compete in the round robin cornhole tournament. 

Daren Parks, Regional Training Manager for 24 Hour Fitness lead the warm up. (photo Credit Mike Burt)

The AIDS Walk is September 8th. (Photo Credit Mike Burt)

That’s just a small sampling of what’s happening in September. Please give your favorite nonprofit a boost by letting us know about their big upcoming fall event. Later this summer we’ll be rounding up a list of seasonal benefits and nonprofit events you’ll love. To reach out and tell us about yours, send us a message at [email protected]https://www.portlandsocietypage.com/contact/

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Good Samaritan Foundation Fall Ball Supports Cancer Services

Good Samaritan Foundation Fall Ball Supports Cancer Services

Portland, OR. More than 200 community members gathered at Castaway Portland on September 22nd for the 2017 Good Samaritan Foundation Fall Ball to support cancer services at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center. Guests included Barbara Young, Dr. William Johnson, Dr. Nathalie Johnson and Dr. George Brown,CEO and President, Legacy Health. (Photo credit, Dodge and Burn Studios)

Dr. Jennifer Aponte, Jennifer Avery and Julie Frankhouse

Maureen Bradley, senior vice president of Legacy’s Office of Philanthropy, with Miguel Cobian

Marsha Struzik, Ed Struzik,Hayley Denney, Brad Denney, Leonie Markgraf, Steven Markgraf with a performer from The Circus Project

Highlights of the evening included a keynote address on Legacy Good Samaritan’s transformational cancer care by Nathalie Johnson, M.D., a surgical oncologist and medical director of the Legacy Cancer Institute and Legacy Breast Health Centers. She discussed the hospital’s comprehensive cancer services – from diagnosis support to survivorship programs.

There was also a special performance by The Circus Project and the silent auction featured original art made by cancer patients and volunteers.

From Legacy Health:

Legacy Health is a local, nonprofit health system with six hospitals and dedicated children’s care offered at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel. Legacy also includes more than 70 primary care, specialty and urgent care clinics, as well as almost 3,000 providers who are either employed, on the medical staff or part of Legacy Health Partners. We have lab, research and hospice services. Among our major partnerships are PacificSource Health Plans and the Unity Center for Behavioral Health. To learn more about supporting any of Legacy Health’s hospitals or programs, call the Legacy Health Office of Philanthropy at 503-415-4700 or visit www.legacyhealth.org/giving.