Bradley Angle’s Healing & Hope Campaign

July 17 – August 16, 2020


Thank you to all who participated in our Healing & Hope fundraiser to help provide safety and support for survivors of domestic violence! Together we raised


of life-saving funds needed to provide emergency shelter, housing assistance, counseling, advocacy, food bank, and other essential services to survivors living in Portland.





Our Sponsors!

A big thank you to our wonderful sponsors who have stood by us every step of the way as we’ve navigated this new world of fundraising during COVID-19. We would not have been able to host this campaign without your support!


Make a Donation!


Every year, Bradley Angle’s annual fundraising gala raises over $100,000 of life-saving donations to support survivors of domestic violence living in Portland. The contributions we receive from our friends, supporters, and community members is essential to the day-to-day operations of Bradley Angle. Individual donations allow us to provide safe shelter, host support groups and educational classes, and run our Survivor Resource Center.







To show our appreciation to those supporting us through the campaign, the first 100 donors who commit a $150 or more gift will receive a thank you bag from Bradley Angle, including a logo tote bag, a bottle of wine from Fullerton Wines, and a wristband to next years fundraising event at Castaway

*Raffle and auction item purchases will not count towards a gift bag.

Raffle Winners!

Congratulations to all our raffle winners! 


Fit & FunKimberly Ayres

Pizza PartyPacific West Bank

Mini Wine Cellar Barbara Dierks

Instant Wine Cellar – Megan McAlister

MoonlitPatricia Lopez



Fashion Forward Patricia Engle

Fun with FriendsSue Ann Higgens

Save the Date Night – Anne Galisky

Mini Beauty BagJenna Mason-Steinberg

Beauty Bag – Stewart Sokol Larkin



Auction Winners!

Congratulations to all our weekend auction winners! 


Seattle Vacation – Christine Vernier

Brunch with the Boss – Rev. Liliana Barzola

Timbers & Thorns – Jack Morbitzer

Trail Blazers – Theresa Deibele

Mexico Resort Vacation – Brittany Berkey






Bradley Angle’s 45-Year Impact


In 1975, a courageous group of women joined together for a radical but necessary mission: to provide safety, support, and resources to women in Portland experiencing domestic violence. In 1975, 2.1 million women across the country were being abused by their husbands and partners, but only a few domestic violence shelters existed to offer aid. The founders of Bradley Angle knew that not intervening would be detrimental to the women in the community, so they established an emergency shelter that was the first of its kind in Oregon and on the West coast. 

45 years later, 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner every minute. That’s 10 million people every year. In 2018, an estimated 28,000 women were abused in Multnomah County alone. How does Bradley Angle currently address the needs of survivors in our community? We begin by recognizing that every survivor’s story is different and that multiple paths are needed for survivors to navigate their own journey of healing. That’s why we offer emergency shelter options, provide long and short term housing support, and teach survivors the financial and economic skills needed to thrive on their own. But concerns over stable housing and finances are only half the battle. Addressing survivors’ emotional needs play a significant role too.

For Bradley Angle, this means prioritizing culturally specific advocacy for the most marginalized and under-represented individuals in our community. Domestic violence uniquely affects Black, African-American, and LGBTQ+ survivors in a way that can only be understood through shared lived experiences. Survivors who belong to these communities not only have access to limited resources, but they also have to navigate a judicial and healthcare system built on racism and homophobia. That’s why Bradley Angle operates two dedicated culturally-specific programs led by members of both the Black/African-American, and LGBTQ+ communities. Every survivor, no matter their race, gender, sexual orientation, or socio-economic background, deserves to live a life without violence. In 2019, Bradley Angle helped over 800 survivors in the Portland-metro area.

In the last 45 years, the nature of intimate partner violence and our awareness of it in our community has changed dramatically. Every day, Bradley Angle evolves to ensure that we are providing the best possible support for survivors in our care and that we are able to quickly respond to the newest challenges for survivors in Portland. We will continue to advocate for every survivor until loving, compassionate, and equitable relationships exist for all.