Thursday, April 5, 2018
Peter Corvallis Warehouse
2204 N Randolph
Portland, OR 97227
Join us for our 2018 Gala: A CULTURE OF CARING GALA on April 5 in support of whole health care and affordable housing in Portland.
The Gala is Cascadia's signature annual benefit in support the new Garlington Health Center – a whole health care clinic with onsite mental health and addiction services, primary care and wellness programs - to serve community members of all ages. The Center is due to open late summer 2018 and will anchor an innovative community-centered campus in NE Portland. The campus will also be home to Garlington Place, a 52-unit apartment building to address our community’s need for safe, affordable housing.
Our event will also present the Culture of Caring Awards for three extraordinary community members for their contributions in building community through the arts, health, wellness and civic engagement. Our 2018 Culture of Caring Honorees are Kay Toran, Reverend Dr. T. Allen Bethel and Darrell Grant.
The evening will also feature music performances and art from Aurora Chorus Outreach Ensemble, Metropolitan Youth Symphony, and unveil works for the new Garlington Health Center by artists Arvie Smith and Jeremy Okai Davis. Additional artists with works on view that support our programs and goals around community building, whole health, healing and wellness are Meghan Caughey, Hilary Pfeifer and Jo Lundberg.
We are pleased to host our 2nd Annual Gala at the Peter Corvallis Productions Warehouse and recognize their generosity in opening their private venue to welcome Cascadia's community of supporters.
Please join us on April 5th and experience A CULTURE OF CARING!
Cascadia is Oregon's health and housing non-profit partner. We take on some of Portland's toughest issues-families facing eviction, chronic homelessness, and serious mental health conditions. Our 900+ team members have a shared dedication to provide personal, compassionate care for 16,000 Oregonians of all ages each year.
Cascadia has thirty-seven years of service to community members experiencing mental health and addiction challenges, trauma, poverty and homelessness. We provide the largest permanent housing support for people experiencing serious mental health disabilities, have four integrated whole health care clinics, and manage more than 650 units of affordable housing. We are one of Portland's two Certified Community Behavioral Health Centers.
We would love to hear from you!