FACE YOUR FEARS.
So our community’s most vulnerable don’t have to.
Rappel off the roof of the Oxford Hotel in downtown Bend, Oregon on September 7, 2019 to raise donations for our community.
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It’s scary to wake up in the morning and not know where you’ll sleep tonight, if you’ll eat today, if you’ll be assaulted or abused today.
Living in daily fear takes its toll.
Now you can help alleviate some of that fear faced daily by so many in our community by facing your own fears and go OVER THE EDGE!
Partner with us to fight for the health, education, financial stability, and resilience of EVERY person in our Central Oregon community… IN AN EXHILARATING WAY!
At 7 stories and 70 feet, the Oxford Hotel in downtown Bend, Oregon is Central Oregon’s tallest building!
For the once-in-a-lifetime chance to rappel off its roof, Edgers will crowd-fund $1,000. Edgers will pay an $85 participation fee when signing up – raising 8.5% towards their fundraising goal.
Edgers can be any age, but must weigh between 100 and 300 pounds. Minors can rappel, too (with a guardian consent form)!
Edgers can form teams, gain fundraising incentives, and even rappel next to someone else on our 2-rope system.
We have space for a limited number of Edgers, so sign up today.
Sponsor OVER THE EDGE today!
Partner with us – one of Bend’s most reputable and longest-standing nonprofit organizations – to give back to our Central Oregon community in a sustainable and meaningful way.
This exclusive, unique, high-visibility, and exhilarating event is a perfect fit for a business looking to set itself apart from the rest of the pack.
Our event does just that.
OVER THE EDGE is incredibly appealing to the general public.
Not ready to go OVER THE EDGE?
We also have Volunteer opportunities!
We’ll have a big street party with a food and beverage vendors and DJs!
You can sign up to be a ropes volunteer, an event-day volunteer, and more.
It’s a credo. A mission. A goal. A constant reminder that when we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. We build the strength of our neighborhoods. We bolster the health of our communities. And we change the lives of those who walk by us every day.