A safe, healthy and prosperous community is fostered by its residents.
By making a donation today, you are investing in our community’s future success. As a donor, you can be assured that your investment will be used strategically and in alignment with best practices shown to reduce or prevent high risk drinking.
Donations are secure and tax deductible. Deschutes County Health Services is the fiscal agent for the Shared Future Coalition. Donations are specifically designated for use by the Shared Future Coalition and are not utilized for other County services. Your investment contributes to reduction and prevention of high risk drinking in Deschutes County.
- One-time donation (suggested amounts: $25, $50, $100, $250 or $500). Donations can be made via the PayPal link below, or via a check.
Make checks payable to “DCHS – Shared Future Coalition” and mail to the following address:
Attn: Julie Spackman/Shared Future Coalition
Deschutes County Health Services
P.O. Box 6005
Bend, OR 97703-6005
- In-kind donations
There are many in-kind donations which are valuable to the work of the Shared Future Coalition. Below are a few examples:
- Joint media efforts
- Inclusion of awareness messages in newsletters and mailings
- Meeting space
- Professional services such as catering, videography, resource development, public speaking, etc.
- Lunch-n-Learn time with employees
- Leveraged staff time to participate in on-going Coalition governance or one-time activities.
If you would like to make an in-kind donation, please contact Julie Spackman at 541-388-6619 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to review the Shared Future Coalition’s current strategic action plan.
Coalition History: The Shared Future Coalition was launched in September of 2011 through the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant to the State of Oregon. This seed grant enabled Deschutes County to create a local Coalition of community partners who work together to engage the community to foster legal and safe alcohol use throughout the County. The community conditions associated with high risk drinking are complex and require long-term investments, with well-maintained strategies implemented consistently over time. Our goal is to sustain these efforts in order to achieve lasting impacts.