Project Lemonade provides foster youth with a back-to-school shopping experience and offers support to inspire self-esteem and promote success.
 

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Annual Luncheon

Thank you to all who attended our annual fundraising luncheon on Friday, October 20th. Supporters, volunteers and guests packed the Grand Ballroom in the Multnomah Athletic Club and helped celebrate Project Lemonade, its incredible support system, and the courageous foster youth we serve.

Local author Ruth Wariner, whose best-selling memoir The Sound of Gravel transports readers into her unforgettable, gut-wrenching childhood, bravely shared her personal story and illuminated what Project Lemonade would have meant to her. Ms. Wariner's efforts to help others find the strength not just to survive but to thrive inspired every attendee.

 

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Gratitude Abounds

Tracie Tra'Renee Chambers, our gracious emcee, kept the event moving smoothly; Betsy Lake and interns Diamond, Sage and Isa showcased our paid internship program, now in its second season; Austin Blythe orchestrated our first paddle-raise; Quarter4 Media created a video highlighting our history and mission; Ashley Irish and the entire Project Lemonade event committee coordinated the luncheon with ingenuity and aplomb.

We're more than grateful to all who lifted their paddle literally and figuratively to raise funds for Project Lemonade. Our community truly cares, and on October 20 demonstrated a commitment to helping us support foster youth.

If you couldn't join us but would like to contribute to Project Lemonade, please click here.

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In August, 2017, Project Lemonade served 1,830 foster youth from over 26 counties in Oregon and Washington. Thank you to the 750 volunteers who logged over 3,200 hours, Oregon DHS, and our various community partners who support us with inventory, clothing drives, grants, and pro bono work. We are deeply grateful for the time and energy you give to Project Lemonade and to foster youth.

Store Hours
Oct-June: BY APPOINTMENT

Office Hours
Oct-June:  10am-3pm

All visitors to the Project Lemonade store, including case workers, donors, and volunteers must make an appointment in advance by email at schedule@projectlemonadepdx.org or by phone 971-272-7675.


Contacts

Lindsay McDonnell
Project Manager
971-272-7675
Lindsay@projectlemonadepdx.org

Kirsten Brady
Board President
503-422-0949
kirsten.projectlemonade@gmail.com

Rhonda Meadows
Board Vice President & Founder
503-997-6266
rhondameadowshr@hotmail.com