In the spirit of gratitude, we’d like to recognize the KGW-TV Great Toy Drive! We picked up donations from KGW – what a wonderful surprise this will be for the seriously ill kids and families who we serve. Thank you to everyone who donated, sponsored, and hosted this annual event!
“It’s more than just a costume, it’s life changing”… For #GivingTuesday our fundraising efforts are going toward helping more families like Danielle’s. Every dollar raised will go toward therapeutic dress up to seriously ill children, who spend their days getting treatment or surgeries in hospitals. Please join us on #GivingTuesday November 27th by donating or creating a […]
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We are so honored to receive FOX 12 Oregon‘s “Be the Change” award for September! Be watching their newscasts this Thursday, September 20, as they feature CHF and our permanent costume closet at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel. With special thanks to Avangrid, OHSU Knight Cancer Institute‘s Community Partnership Program, Johnson Project Solutions, Inc., GRIT Building Solutions, and Randall Children’s […]
Pirates, princesses and witches too — we’re having a costume ball and inviting you! Get your tickets today for our 9th Annual Halloween Costume Ball including silent and live auctions, a delicious dinner and dancing. The Ball will be held Saturday, October 13 at 6:00pm at the Sentinel Hotel in Portland Oregon. Purchase tickets online.
After more than 20,000 votes, Seven nonprofit organizations have been selected to receive an Advantis GROW grant to assist them with projects that will provide long-term benefits to our community. And the Chelsea Hicks Foundation is excited and grateful to be one of the seven selected. Please watch the video to learn more.
Police and firefighters from four different departments came together for a charitable cooking competition at the Bridgeport Village California Pizza Kitchen Wednesday. The Iron Chef-style pizza-making contest benefits the Chelsea Hicks foundation which helps kids fighting serious illness. Read Full Story >
You don’t always have to fight crime to be a hero. The window washers at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel proved that today. Posted by KATU News