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Throw a Benefit to Support Survivors!

Why not throw a party to benefit Bradley Angle? Here’s a rundown of our Party with a Purpose program.

What’s a beneficiary event?

A house party or beneficiary event is a way to build community and spread the word about the great work Bradley Angle does, but most importantly, it helps raise money for our programs. These informal fundraisers are hosted by a Bradley Angle supporter or a friend/colleague of a supporter in their home or in an event space or restaurant. Events can be as simple as a potluck with a video presentation or as elaborate as a fully catered, formal affair with multiple speakers. Beneficiary events typically raise from $300–$5,000 and are crucial to introducing Bradley Angle’s mission and services to new audiences.

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Why throw a party for Bradley Angle?

You are our best marketer; donors and supporters like you understand the unique value of Bradley Angle’s work and have a passion for eliminating domestic violence and providing safety, healing, empowerment, and hope to our participants.

We serve over 550 domestic violence survivors and their families each year. Introducing Bradley Angle to your friends, family, and colleagues helps us spread the word about the impacts of domestic violence and how Bradley Angle changes lives every day.

  • Fundraising makes you part of the solution.
  • Your fundraising efforts will change lives!
  • Partying with a purpose is fun!

What better way to see old friends and make new ones than to gather for a common cause?

How do I throw a Bradley Angle house party?

Get in touch! We’ll walk you through the ins and outs of throwing a successful event. Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), (503) 232-1528 x. 206

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On October 12, 2004, I became intimately acquainted with Bradley Angle. I left my boyfriend of four years on the 10th with two kids, a stroller, a diaper bag, and the clothes we were wearing. My 17-year-old son had fled to a teen shelter three days before and decided to stay there for a while, so it was me and an 11-year-old and a 3-year-old. We had nowhere to go, and I had no idea what to do...  Read More »

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