If you are interesting in joining us in making civic education possible for students across Oregon there are many ways to contribute. Classroom Law Project is proud to be supported by donors like you!
Classroom Law Project co-founders Bob and Marilyn Ridgley have reached out, offering donors an opportunity to enhance their gifts through a generous matching challenge. Thanks to the generosity of the Ridgleys, all new and increased donations made to this campaign will receive a 50% match. This means that a new gift of $500 will grow to $750. Learn more about this exciting opportunity today!
Individual Ι Planned Giving Ι Circle Members Ι Golf Tournament Sponsorship Ι Legal Citizen Dinner Sponsorship Ι In-Kind
Individual donors like you are vital to the work that Classroom Law Project does. Thank you!
- Monthly Giving now available!! Give the gift of sustained support!! Make a recurring monthly gift of $5 or more by credit card or bank account. It’s fast, simple and secure!! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.224.4424 to stop payment at any time. Give TODAY!
- Online: Make a secure one-time online donation to Classroom Law Project at anytime. Donate Now!
- By Check: Make a donation the old fashioned way. Please make checks payable to Classroom Law Project, and send to:
Classroom Law Project
620 SW Main St. Suite 102
Portland, OR 97205
- Amazon Smile Participation: The Amazon Smile program donates a percentage of each of your purchases to Classroom Law Project. It is so easy, please link your Amazon account to us today!
- Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program: You can help Classroom Law Project earn donations just by shopping with your Fred Meyer Rewards Card! Link your card to our organization number: 80151.
Thank you for your interest in Classroom Law Project’s estate planning and planned giving services program!
Our services exist to help you develop a thoughtful estate plan or to consider various, more complex methods to make current gifts as well. The purpose is to serve you well in this often-complicated area of your life! Classroom Law Project offers a range of estate planning and planned giving resources and confidential planning services that are free of charge for those who are part of our community.
Leave a legacy gift to Classroom Law Project and ensure that we continue to keep democracy alive for many years to come.
Contact Director of Development & Communications, Robert Hulshof-Schmidt at (503) 224-4424
or at email@example.com for more information about planned giving.
Circle Memberships are Classroom Law Project’s highest giving category.
If you or your company have questions or would like to become a Circle Member, please contact Robert Hulshof-Schmidt at (503) 224-4424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
President’s Circle – $10,000
Includes: Title sponsorship at a CLP event; foursome and hole sponsorship at annual golf tournament; table for 10 at annual Legal Citizen Dinner; recognition on CLP letterhead, website and other materials. ($8,320 tax deductible)
Jefferson Circle – $5,000
Includes: Foursome and hole sponsorship at annual golf tournament; table for 10 at Legal Citizen Dinner; recognition on CLP letterhead, website and other materials. ($4,078 tax deductible)
Madison Circle – $3,500
Includes: Table for 10 at Legal Citizen Dinner; recognition on CLP letterhead, website and other materials. ($2,950 tax deductible)
ΙSee you next year!Ι
The Classroom Law Project Annual Golf Tournament is a charity fundraiser benefiting civic education in Oregon.
SAVE THE DATE
Our 2017 tournament will be held on September 22 at the Reserve. Check back for more details in April.
Please plan to join us this year for a day of golf on one of Oregon’s most beautiful courses to support a great cause!
For more information, please email our office or call 503.224.4424.
Click here for photos of the September 2016 event at the Reserve. (password: The Reserve)
Save the date! The 2017 Legal Citizen of the Year Dinner will be held on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, at the historic Sentinel Hotel in downtown Portland.
This year we will be celebrating the life and career of The Honorable Hans Linde, retired Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and noted legal scholar and educator. We will also be honoring a Prof. Ray Brown, who was named Civic Educator of the Year at the Oregon Civics Conference in December 2016.
CLP welcomes your donations of goods and services! If you are interested in donating, please email us at email@example.com.
Want to donate your time as a volunteer? Please check out our many volunteer opportunities on the Volunteer Page.