Donor & Special Events

Cascadia Health offers a variety of donor-related events that are wonderful opportunities to engage with Cascadia and other community members who share in our goal to improve the quality of life for all Oregonians.

We invite you to join us for special events, lectures, tours, partner events, networking receptions, donor appreciation engagements, the annual Gala, HEART giving circle reception, and other donor recognition events.


Our Annual Partners Program is a great way to support Cascadia Health, allowing business partners to make an annual gift in any of the levels listed below to support our fundraising and engagement efforts. This is a wonderful opportunity to receive special recognition at Cascadia’s annual events in 2022 and create visibility for your business or organization throughout Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties.

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Upcoming Events

Culture of Caring Gala

Save the date: October 20, 2022

We are busy planning this year’s virtual gala, but it is sure to be fun! Sign up for our enewsletter and we’ll keep you up-to-date on this year’s Culture of Caring Gala — or watch this space for more information coming soon.

Past Events


May 2022

Our month-long May event celebrated the intersection of whole health, women, and art.

LUNAFEST Film Festival: Cascadia’s Women’s Day Celebration

March 8, 2022

LUNAFEST® champions women filmmakers and brings people together in their communities.

LUNAFEST features a program of short films that empower and inspire. This year’s stories were told from a variety of perspectives that champion women and gender-nonconforming individuals, highlighting their aspirations, accomplishments, resilience, strength, and connection. Cascadia is committed to creating a whole community where equity and inclusion are essential. By offering the community an experience like LUNAFEST, we hope to continue to engage connections and conversation through art.

The Wisdom of Trauma

January 27, 2022

Explore the interconnected epidemics of anxiety, chronic illness, and substance abuse with Dr. Gabor Mate. Guided discussion after the film.