Donating to Cascadia Center for Arts & Crafts
We are a place-based maker space that keeps traditional craft alive in the Mount Hood region. We are inspired by the WPA era and the monumental construction of Timberline Lodge that epitomizes the aesthetic of the rustic architectural style. Cascadia Center for Arts & Crafts houses studio spaces and sites for metal, glass, fiber, log and timber, and visual artists to work and learn. We are proud to catalyze the inspirational power of the natural beauty and history of the Cascade mountain region. We steward the preservation of historic log and timber structures in the Mount Hood forest.
By donating, you help keep the Mount Hood community vibrant and beloved. In addition to donating, you can support CCAC by becoming a member, taking a class, or becoming an instructor.
CCAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, public charity organization. Any donation to CCAC is deductible to the extent the law allows. You will receive a Donor Acknowledgement Letter for your tax records.
Funds received as donations, will be used for the following efforts:
- Restoration of historic buildings that exemplify the region.
- Studio improvements for glass, fiber, visual, metal, log and timber, and blacksmith arts.
- Expanded program offerings and accessibility.
- General operations and capital improvements.
The Cascadia Center for Arts & Crafts board members are all volunteers. We use PayPal for secure transactions using any major credit card, or your PayPal account.
As we continue to move forward and continue to serve the Mount Hood arts community, your support is vital. We envision our repurposed campus as a vibrant figure in the Mount Hood community and a resource for the region’s artists by providing instructional space, artists residencies, working studios, and event.
Your gift is the reason we can continue the work we do now and in the future. Thank you for your contribution to the community we all love.