EPB&B “Lends A Helping Hand” to Blanchet House fundraiser

 Elliott, Powell Baden, and Baker was pleased to offer support to one of our long standing nonprofit partners Blanchet House as a $5,000 sponsor for their Lend A Helping Hand Brunch that was held March 3, 2024 at the Portland Art Museum.  

Blanchet House is on a mission to alleviate suffering and offer hope for a better life by serving essential aid with dignity. They are on the front lines, working to provide pathways out of homelessness and addiction by offering aid and tools for self-sufficiency,  continuously providing clothing, hygiene items, community and transitional recovery programs to thousands of people in downtown Portland and at a farm in Yamhill county every year.

“It is a core value at EPB&B to support local non-profits who provide and help and hope to those in our community who might otherwise fall through the cracks and Blanchet House is a perfect example of this,” explains EPB&B president Marc Baker.  “ The essential services they provide make a significant positive impact for so many and we are happy to support their mission.”  

There are many opportunities to support Blanchet House, both hands on and financially. 

In addition, keeping the mission of community giving at the forefront, the The Baker Family Foundation  was established in 2022  with the mission of providing an accessible way to provide financial support to small, local, non-profit organizations that provide services to those in need in our community.  

The EPB&B team enjoyed a lovely brunch and paddle raise at the Blanchet House Lend A Helping Hand event at The Portland Art Museum. (Center: Scott Kerman, Executive Director, Blanchet House)

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