- Donate the gift of money to offset the high cost of mailing invitations
- Donate items for a silent auction (the funds will be used to offset the high cost of mailing invitations)
- Donate wine and soft beverages (the beer for this event is covered)
- Donate your time and join us for this annual event!
In turn, you or your company will receive mention in all press releases and your logo will be featured in all marketing and public relations for this event.
Last year's sponsors included the Deschutes Brewery, Atlas Cider, Safeway, and Cascade Ice, and resulted in picking up over 450 pounds of trash and plenty of neighborhood networking!
The Southern Crossing Neighborhood Association is one of 13 in the City of Bend. Neighborhood Associations (NA) are reviving and are becoming more active due to the influx of so many tourists, construction, and in general, people moving to Bend. The parking and trash left behind is having a large impact in our neighborhoods.
The difference NAs make in this world. The associations’ members’ work is voluntary and is focused on improving the livability of the neighborhood. The goal of an NA is to ensure and increase residential participation in the city.
An energetic and vital NA will have the talent and abilities to work on projects beyond its borders, as well as give voice to the issues within its boundaries. With excellent leadership and a committed membership, anything is possible. Together, let’s make Bend one of the most livable and sustainable communities in America.
Now is a great time to get involved!
The SCNA board generally meets the third Thursdays of each month at 6 pm at 61478 Duncan Lane unless otherwise notified. All are welcome. To learn more about Bend's Neighborhood Associations Forum, click here...
Our next public/board meeting is Thursday, Sept. 20. We have invited Visit Bend. This meeting will be held at the Atrium in the Old Mill. Details to soon be announced.