The Giving Project Fundraiser for the Women's Foundation of Oregon
Presented by JOOP JOOP Creative

The Giving Project Fundraiser for the Women's Foundation of Oregon

$5.00 - $50.00 On Eventbrite
Ages 21+
A fundraiser for The Giving Project featuring live music, free food, DJs, silent auction, self care station and photo booth.

In partnership with event producer JOOP JOOP, the Women's Foundation of Oregon is hosting a fundraiser for The Giving Project.

The event will include a silent auction, tarot readings by Miss Renee, self care station, drink special, food from Meals 4 Heels, ice cream from Ice Queen PDX, and a professional headshot pop-up by Evan James Benally Atwood!

Our evening will also include music and performances by Cuan the DJ and Mami Miami of Noche Libre, Tender Kid & KayelaJ and video projections by Sean Chamberlain.

All tickets will be sliding scale of $5-50 with ALL proceeds going towards The Giving Project.

About The Giving Project:

The Giving Project model was created by Social Justice Fund to reach and engage historically underrepresented communities in transformative leadership development and resource sharing.

A Giving Project is a model of giving that focuses on raising and distributing resources led by a group of folks who are cross-race and cross-class. The model values donations at all sizes and recognizes the value of resourcing the project in other ways - for example, through time, perspectives, and/or community connections.

The Women’s Foundation of Oregon will be the first gender-focused foundation in the country to apply this model. The pilot year will include the completion of a 6-month, Portland-based pilot cohort, ongoing development and improvement of the curriculum, structure, implementation, and organizational participation in the nationwide Giving Project Learning Community. This approach to grantmaking is deeply aligned with our commitment to advancing equity in philanthropy.


JOOP JOOP is a radical creative agency specializing in producing events, photo shoots, music videos, film, social media content, workshops, consultation and curation while representing Creatives of Color and allies through bringing equity, inclusion and a social justice framework to challenge conventional paradigms and systems.

Venue Information:
1001 SE Morrison St
Portland, OR, 97214