Southwest Washington’s day to give!
7 a.m. September 18 – 7 a.m. September 19
Thank you to all who donated during Give More 24! We surpassed our goal of raising $2,000 which will go towards providing 300 local students with free environmental education field trips. You can read more about Give More 24 and how much the campaign raised for regional charities at https://give-more-24.org/.
On Friday August 8th over 100 community members attended Hooked on Nature at Royal Oaks Country Club. The event included live music, a photo booth, a silent auction, and dinner. The fundraiser netted over $41,000 in monetary support for Columbia Springs’ environmental education programs. Revenues raised at the event will be invested in connecting more kids (and adults!) in Clark County with the natural world by engaging them in hands-on experiential learning at Columbia Springs’ 100-acre urban natural area. Click here to see photos from Hooked on Nature 2014.
Thank you to the sponsors of Hooked on Nature!
Partners in Education and Stewardship
Thank you to the businesses and individuals who donated in support of this event.
Balanced Body Works
Business Outcomes Consulting
Clark Public Utilities
Columbia Credit Union
Dan and Nicki Gunderson
Dean and Roxanne Sutherland
Dennis and Debbie Kampe
Ed and Luanne Barnes
Johnson Bixby & Associates
Mill Creek Pub
New Seasons (Fisher’s Landing)
Pacific Continental Bank
Salty’s Waterfront Seafood Grills
Ted and Mary Stubblefield
The Heathman Lodge
The Source Climbing Center
Tidewater Transportation and Terminals
Vancouver Farmer’s Market
And a heartfelt thank you to those who attended and donated!