Thank you to everyone for attending our 19th Annual Benefit this past Saturday, October 7th. Once again, Riverside Golf & Country Club here in Portland welcomed us with their customary hospitality. A full banquet room made for a lively atmosphere enjoyed by all in attendance from age 11 to 97!
Looking forward to seeing all of you at the Benefit coming up on Saturday, October 7th at the Riverside Golf & Country Club here in Portland. Still plenty of time to sign up to attend which you can do by simply clicking on the computer image on the upper left side of the homepage or by calling Peggy at 503-659-4342.
Purchase individual raffle tickets for $5 each (or 5 for $20) and place as many as you like in the bid bowl next to each raffle rackage (you must be present at the Benefit to puchase tickets, enter individual raffles and win):
Dear friends in the United States:
The Tarahumara Children's Hospital Fund of Oregon will be holding our 19th Annual Benefit Dinner on Saturday, October 7th, 2017 at the Riverside Golf & Country Club here in Portland. Invitations will be sent out in July so please watch your mailboxes if you are an existing supporter. If you are newly interested in attending this event, please contact Peggy at 503-659-4342 for more information and/or to be included in future mailings.
Thank you all for your wonderful support over the past 19 years and we look forward to seeing all of you in October!
The 2016 Annual report of the CACSTAC has been released. It is now available here on the website. It is a downloadable PDF document.
CLICK HERE to view and download the report.
One of the events at the 2016 benefit in Portland, OR was "Play it Forward". When a patron purchased $100 or more of the raffle tickets, a sports ball would be purchased and sent to the mission in their name. It turned out to be very popular, and a total of 66 balls were sent along with a pump for inflating them. Father Miguel recently sent a "thank you" from the kids with photos.
Long time supporter of the TCHF of Oregon, Steve Schneider and his team are currently in Creel, MX working on the next phase of the Water for Life Project. Joined by his wife, family and friends they have all been busily working on the collection, analysis and interpretation of the data in order to determine which wells are candidates for restoration. This is the first time that a comprehensive scientific effort has been undertaken and we are so thankful to Steve (owner of Schneider Water Services in St.