Donate to Open Signal through the Willamette Week Give!Guide

November 19, 2020


Open Signal joins 173 other Portland area nonprofits in this year’s Willamette Week Give!Guide — Portland’s biggest giving event! Donate to Open Signal here.


Here’s the rundown on this year’s campaign:

  • The first 100 donors will be entered into a raffle to win a prize pack including:
    • Your very own private drive-in screening in Open Signal's parking lot (staffed by Open Signal, your movie pick!)
    • A personal live stream kit, including webcam, stream deck and ring light (up your Twitch game!)
    • Poutine and goods from Potato Champion (Portland’s one and only fry cart);
  • Help us reach $5,000 by December 14th to unlock a generous match from an anonymous friend of Open Signal (ensuring we reach our overall goal);
  • Columbia Bank will be matching the first 5 $100 donations;
  • Give $10 or more and you'll receive $4,000+ worth of free and discounted products from your favorite Portland brands — every donor will get full access to hundreds of local coupons in the Chinook Book app, plus a few exclusive freebies


While you're there, match your donation to Open Signal with a donation to the Oregon Cultural Trust and get your OCT contribution back as a credit - dollar for dollar - when you file your taxes. Your OCT gift will then be granted to cultural nonprofits, public cultural entities and tribal coalitions across the state. Learn more.

Donating through the Give!Guide renews your Open Signal membership through 2021, supporting our vision of an equity-driven media arts space. Find us under Creative Expression at Give!Guide.org.



Gloria Pitkin Development & Executive Assistant gloria@opensignalpdx.org

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I joined Open Signal’s team to support with fundraising efforts and administrative duties. I also support Open Signal’s Board of Directors and work closely with staff to ensure we meet our fundraising and strategic goals.

I graduated from the Evergreen State College with a B.A. in Literature & Philosophy, and am passionate about the intersection of creative practice and social change. I also volunteer with Open Hearts Open Minds, an arts in prison program to promote the performing arts as a vehicle for social healing and understanding.

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