Summer fundraisers for Friends of Trees!
There are many ways to support trees + community while you’re having some summer fun!
- Portland Timbers Scarf of the Month. Display your Timbers spirit while supporting one of the three central pillars of their Stand Together program. Friends of Trees is the recipient of 1/3 of all Scarf of the Month sales, representing the Timbers’ support of environmental awareness. You need one and it’s a great gift!
- June is 2 Towns Ciderhouse benefit month. All month long a portion of sales of 6 packs and cases benefits Friends of Trees (up to $5,000). Cheers!
- Friday July 6 • Saturday July 7 • Sunday July 8, Portland Craft Beer Festival. Friends of Trees is a nonprofit beneficiary of this big outdoor party at Northwest Portland’s Fields Park. This brewfest highlights local beers, ciders and wine, all originating from Portland. Bonus: Friends of Trees volunteer beer-pourers will be there Saturday July 7 from noon ’til 3:30—come say hello!
- Sundays July 8 – August 12: Friends of Trees + Hopworks beer garden at Vancouver concerts in the park. Every Sunday, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., enjoy free live music in a beautiful, outdoor family-friendly setting. East Vancouver’s Columbia Tech Center Park is right behind Hopworks’ pub on Mill Plain Blvd; HUB supplies the beer, sales benefiting Friends of Trees!
- Tuesday, July 17: McMenamins Chapel Pub benefit night, From 5:00 p.m. until closing 50% of all proceeds go to Friends of Trees. Come eat & drink for the trees!
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