Annual Fund Drive Series 2020

Join the Conversation

Since we cannot host our Annual Luncheon this year, we want to connect with you in a new way. We invite you to join us as we reflect on our core values this October. Through a series of events and conversations, we would like to give you a behind-the-scenes look at our values and your contributions at work easing the burdens of children, youth and families in need. We also invite you to share your hopes and dreams for our community and ask you to support our work. You can sign up to attend either a small socially distanced event or an online virtual peer-to-peer gathering by contacting Sarah Bauman at (503) 856-7062 or [email protected]

Whether or not you can schedule a time in October, please consider making an annual pledge, joining our CCS Giving Society or making a one-time or recurring gift.


Become a Corporate Sponsor

We invite you to sponsor our Annual Fund Drive series and help us advance our mission: to champion the positive development of children and adults, strengthen families, and build community. Corporate Partners are recognized during the event series, on our social media, on the CCS website as well as in our publications, depending on the level.

To host a series event or to sponsor, visit our SPONSOR PAGE or contact Sarah Bauman at (503) 856-7062 or [email protected].

Contact Us:

For questions about the Annual Fund Drive or becoming a corporate sponsor, please contact Sarah Bauman at [email protected] or (503) 856-7062.

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