Fundraiser

Event Cancelled

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 circumstances we are postponing our annual breakfast fundraiser indefinitely. If you have assisted in providing silent auction items we are hoping to do a virtual auction sometime in the fall. If you donated any funds to help sponsor the breakfast you should be receiving a reimbursement check next week. Again, we appreciate everyone and your willingness to support our

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Join Us For Breakfast

Many of us have heard the seemingly dire facts concerning youth in foster care–how they will be bounced around from home to home, how so many of them will age out of the system without a permanent family, and how the correctional system is filled with former foster youth. It can feel overwhelming, and although many of us would like to help out, we

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Fundraising Goals

Your donated time and money will help support funding for programs such as: Oregon Youth Authority youth who are stepping down from a closed facility into a community setting. Oregon Youth Authority youth who are working to avoid placement in MacLaren Department of Human Services youth who need enhanced foster care services. Community members (youth and adults) receiving mental health counseling, medication management, and skill

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C365 Golfathon

Announcing the first ‘100 Ball Smash’ Golfathon, benefitting Connections365 and our mission to foster positive connections with youth and families to support their hope and future. This may sound crazy (and you may think we’re nuts) but WE NEED YOU to smash 100 golf balls with us on October 13, 2019, at Topgolf in Hillsboro. With nominal participation from 25 or more volunteers, we

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Fundraiser Breakfast a Success

On May 14, 2016, CCPC held its Bridge the Gap Breakfast Fundraiser. On a rainy morning out at the Wine Studies Center on the Chemeketa Eola campus, over 125 people turned out to hear about the exciting work being done at CCPC. Attendees heard reports on all of CCPC’s programs, and were encouraged by the important work being done. CCPC’s Executive Director, Debby Lute,

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Pajama Bowl 2015

On April 12, CCPC will once again be participating in Sleep Country Foster Kids’ Pajama Bowl event. A team consisting of one CCPC staff member, one CCPC board member, and three CCPC youth will be having a good time and raising funds for foster kids. All funds raised by the Pajama Bowl go towards helping foster kids of all ages have access to the

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Buy in the Mid Valley

This year CCPC is participating in Buy in the Mid Valley, a local fundraiser organized by the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. Buy in the Mid Valley cards cost $20, and can be used to obtain discounts at a number of Salem area restaurants and businesses. A significant portion of the revenue generated by the cards goes toward nonprofits such as CCPC. To purchase a

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