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Portland Waldorf School Hosts Benefit with Storm Large

Saturday, April 18, 2015

 

Storm Large is an acclaimed musician, actor, playwright, and author, who took America by “storm” when she became a finalist on the CBS show Rock Star: Supernova in 2006. Photo Credit: Storm Large's Website

On Friday, April 24th, The Portland Waldorf School will host a benefit headlined by Storm Large and held at the Mineral Springs Ranch and Soter Vinyards.

The event, “Soter by Storm,” will be an evening filled with music, food and wine, and highlights from the school about their holistic, creative, and eco-friendly curriculum.

Over the course of 33 years, The Portland Waldorf School has continued to grow, bringing parents and children together through their parent/child classes and balanced syllabi that include both the arts and traditional classroom subjects. Currently, they have over 300 students enrolled.  

“Waldorf School’s curriculum as a ‘healing education’ is important to me as an artist, especially given how crucial music was in my development," said Storm Large. "With all the challenges in schools today, this kind of creative education in community is one I am proud to support.” 

Storm Large is an acclaimed musician, actor, playwright, and author, who took America by “storm” when she became a finalist on the CBS show Rock Star: Supernova in 2006. 

Both Storm Large and Soter Vineyards are ecstatic to be a part of this event, which will be an evening filled with community and the desire to foster a “balanced eco-system,” according to Jade Dressler.

Soter Vinyards, Mineral Springs Ranch, located at 10880 NE Mine Springs Road in Carlton, (503) 662-5600.  Friday, April 24th, at 6:30pm. 

Click here to purchase tickets.

 

Related Slideshow: Oregon’s 10 Biggest Charitable Donors

What Oregon residents have given the largest charitable donations so far this year? The Chronicle of Philanthropy listed the biggest single donations by Oregon Residents of $1 million or more in 2014. Check out who gave the most and to whom. 

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#10

Gordon Sondland and Katherine Durant

Recipient: Oregon Health & Science University Foundation in Portland, Oregon

Use of Funds: Annual cancer-research summit

Amount: $1,000,000

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#9

Junki and Linda Yoshida

Recipient: Mt. Hood Community College Foundation in Gresham, Oregon

Use of Funds: Gift

Amount: $1,000,000

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#8

Elizabeth James

Recipient: University of Portland

Use of Funds: Support the Clark Library and scholarships for students in the Pamplin School of Business

Amount: $1,350,000

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#7

John Picchetti

Recipient: St. Charles Foundation in Bend, Oregon

Use of Funds: Unrestricted bequest 

Amount: $1,800,000

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#6

Sue Davison Cooley

Recipient: Wilson College in Pennsylvania

Use of Funds: Renovate the library 

Amount: $2,300,000

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#5

Jim Berchtold and Amy Dundon-Berchtold

Recipient: University of Portland

Use of Funds: Endowment for the Dundon-Berchtold Fund for Moral Development and Applied Ethics to provide operating funds and to hire a director

Amount: $4,000,000

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#4

Lorry I. Lokey

Recipient: University of Oregon in Eugene

Use of Funds: New science commons and research library

Amount: $8,000,000

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#3

Robert Sanders

Recipient: University of Oregon in Eugene

Use of Funds: New softball stadium

Amount: $10,000,000

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#2

Don and Willie Tykeson

Recipient: University of Oregon in Eugene

Use of Funds: Construct the College and Careers Building to house the College of Arts and Sciences

Amount: $10,000,000

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#1

Phil and Penny Knight

Recipient: Providence Health and Services in Portland, Oregon

Use of Funds: New cardiovascular center at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center

Amount: $25,000,000

 
 

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