Providence Health Plan 29th Annual Charity Auction
March 14, 2019
The Providence Health Plan Annual Charity Auction is an employee-driven fundraising event that benefits charities in Oregon. This year’s auction reinforces our commitment to provide care for the poor and vulnerable in our community.
The 2019 auction proceeds will support:
Lines for Life
Lines for Life provides crisis intervention services for people struggling with substance abuse and suicidal ideation through 24/7, free, anonymous phone and text lines. In 2018, Lines for Life received over 100,000 calls to their crisis lines which serve people throughout Oregon. Specialized lines support youth, the military and seniors. Our donation would fund the 24/7 crisis lines and outreach programs. Learn more about Lines for Life ›
The mission of Michelle's Love is to help ease the stress of single parents undergoing cancer treatment. Through volunteering and donations, they strive to ease daily responsibilities by offering financial relief (housing and utility payments), nutritious meals, and house cleaning. Michelle’s Love serves families in Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah and Washington counties. Our donation would help them serve two additional families. Learn more about Michelle's Love ›
Oregon Community Programs
Oregon Community Programs (OCP) provides research-based behavioral health treatment and prevention services to children and families. OCP provides a range of evidence-based practices to families in Lane County and the greater Oregon community. Our donation would be used to fund safe, healthy, and prosocial extracurricular activities for the children in their programs, particularly those in foster care. Learn more about OCP ›
We welcome your donation
From a themed basket to event tickets to gift cards and certificates, we appreciate any and all items donated to our auction. All proceeds will be matched dollar-for-dollar by Providence Community Benefits and every dollar raised stays in our community.
For donation information, contact Marie Brooks by email or 503-574-5927.