Spread the Love 2024
SAVE THE DATE! Our Annual Spread the Love Gala will be taking place on February 9th, 2024. This event is our biggest fundraiser of the year, and celebrates our growth, successes, and the achievements of our community. Join us for dinner, dancing, and to meet with others in our community of individuals, organizations, and businesses invested in the KairosPDX mission and values.
We are looking forward to connecting with you about sponsorship opportunities! Visit our website at the link below to download our sponsorship packet, or contact us at SpreadtheLove@kairospdx.org over email, or (503) 567-8347 on the phone.
KairosPDX Celebrated a Decade of Impact in 2023
Thank you so much to everyone who accompanied us at Spread the Love this year! It was lovely to meet so many old and new friends. We appreciate the support of our presenting sponsors, Raimore Construction and Colas Construction, the top two Black-owned construction firms in Oregon, as well as the additional sponsors and contributors who joined us this year. We appreciate your help and are inspired by each of you!
Thursday, February 9, 2023, join us once again for our Spread the Love Annual Event!
At KairosPDX, we encourage a deep kind of engagement and high level of collaboration with our partners. We believe our relationship with you should be mutually beneficial and strengthen us both. We invite you to support us in multiple ways- by serving as sponsor for an event, bringing an educational opportunity such as the Training Academy to your organization, and/or engaging your employees directly with our work.
We hope you will join us at the event and consider joining us as a sponsor. Thank you for your time and your support!
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