CoHo in the Give!Guide

gg-main-badgeFor the fourth year in a row, CoHo Productions is one of 141 Portland non-profits hand-selected to participate in Willamette Week’s Give!Guide.

When you give, you get back. There are awesome incentives for every level of giving, from $10-$10,000, including free coffee, ice cream, tacos and 40+ Chinook book discounts. And every Thursday is a Big Give Day, where donors can win a Powell’s shopping spree, Blazers/Timbers/Thorns tickets, a new bike, or the 98,000 Square Miles of Yes prize.

This year, CoHo’s ambitious goal is to raise $14,000. If you help meet this year-end fundraising goal, it allows the theatre to invest back into improving the space, expanding programming, hiring staff and providing more opportunities for visionary local artists to share their creative work with you all year

Last season, CoHo served 6,375 audience members and engaged 105 local artists, presenting 90 performances. CoHo provides widely entertaining and innovative productions and impacts the region through direct support to its community of theater artists, providing opportunities for work and artistic growth.

“CoHo catches work that might fall through the cracks at larger institutions, giving them the opportunity to shine. CoHo gave me the chance to share the story of a woman fighter pilot struggling with PTSD with an open-minded community.” —Rebecca Lingafelter, Drammy winner for Best Solo Artist in Grounded

Business Partners:

Muse Wine Bar and The Wellness Center

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