Save the date! But even if you miss the Cocktail Crawl you can always support our non-profit partners.
January 19th- The Martini
February 16th- The Manhattan
March 16th- Irish Coffee
April 20th- The Paloma
Rock Camp for Girls’ mission is to build confidence and self-esteem through music creation and performance, empowering women, girls, and gender expansive folk through collaborative music creation, peer to peer mentoring, and advocacy for an equitable and inclusive society.
Whiskey + Herbaceous wine or spirit + bitters
May 18th- The Gimlet
June 15th- The Negroni
Today, Oregon Food Bank collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources. They distribute that food through a Statewide Network of 21 Regional Food Banks and approximately 1,200 food assistance sitesserving all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington.
July 20th- The Mojito
Feed the Mass is a nonprofit organization (501c3) whose goal is to educate people about nutrition, cooking and healthy lifestyles. They are the only nonprofit cooking school in Portland.
They believe food empowerment is important to everyday life, that’s why we bring affordable cooking classes to the community. They value nutrition and cooking skills as a tool to bring our community together.
August 17th- The Cosmo
Causa works to improve the lives of Latino immigrants and their families in Oregon through advocacy, coalition building, leadership development, and civic engagement. Latino immigrants and their families are the heart of Causa and inspire, implement, and champion our work.
September 21st- Piña Colada
October 19th- The Cape Cod
Thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters advance the Make-A-Wish®Oregon mission to grant life-changing wishes of children with critical illnesses living in Oregon and Clark County, Washington. With YOUR help, we hope to grant more than 250 wishes each year.
November 16th- The Old Fashioned
Transition Projects provides individuals with the services, resources and tools they need to end their homelessness, secure housing, and maintain that housing.
Each year, they assist more than 10,000 people experiencing homelessness.
On any given day, they help meet the basic needs of nearly 500 people through our Resource Center.
On any given night, they provide a safe place to sleep for more than 800 people with nowhere else to turn.
In any given year, they help place more than 1,000 people into affordable housing - and then support them in retaining that housing.
Whenever and wherever they can, they advocate for policies and initiatives that affirm the right of all people to a place they can call home.
December 21st- Cider
Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of people worldwide.