Eat, Drink and Be Giving 2023
Saturday at 3:27 PM PDT
On October 14, Family Promise of Tualatin Valley will host its sixth annual Eat, Drink & Be Giving fundraising event at the historic and charming Vine and Sparrow event venue in Sherwood. Tickets are $135 and tables are available for purchase. This year’s event is featuring live entertainment by The Cider Janes, a trio of three women who weave their distinct voices together to bring you a combination of unforgettable, haunting, and toe-tapping covers and originals that will include a little something for everyone. Our emcee for the evening will be the dynamic Lacey Evans, Host and Producer of KGW-TV’s Hello, Rose City and President of the Board of Directors of another non-profit, William Temple House. The evening will include a full selection of hot and cold appetizers, local craft beer and wine and a dessert dash for home baked confections. A paddle raise to support our households will be offered. Join us for a warm and wonderful evening as we share in the appreciation for this incredible program! A special thank you to our sponsors, Windermere Realty Group, Charles Schwab, Inman Financial Services, Marsh and Vine and Sparrow.
Family Promise of Tualatin Valley (FPTV) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves families and individuals experiencing homelessness. We are an affiliate of the national Family Promise Program, which has more than 200 affiliates based in 43 states with over 200,000 volunteers.
In our new shelter building, Bridge to Home, we provide families and individuals with temporary shelter, meals, access to resources, community support and lots of love. Through intensive case management and individualized plans, the FPTV team meets each of our guests where they are and helps them to identify and connect with services to meet their needs with the goal of stabilization into stable housing.
Last year we sheltered 862 individuals. That's 28,369 bed nights and over 73,000 meals. More than 78% of those folks went on to stable housing! Additionally we kept 481 folks in their current housing through prevention and stabilization. The need in our community continues to grow. Pleas join us!