The lot is cleared and the pilings are being driven for the foundation of the Seven Corners Collaborative building on SE Division Street and Ladd Avenue. The building will serve as an accessible resource hub for people with disabilities, teachers, professionals, and parents. Completion and occupancy is scheduled for December 2017.
Community Vision is hosting Bingo Night on Wednesday, March 22nd! Join us for a fun night full of games, prizes, and fun to support a great cause! All proceeds go to Community Vision’s Seven Corners Community Collaborative.
What: Community Vision’s Bingo Night
Where: Dig A Pony 736 SE Grand Ave. Portland, OR
When: Wednesday, March 22nd
Time: Doors open at 6:30pm, Bingo starts at 7:00pm
Boards are $3-5 per game. There will be three rounds, and multiple winners per round. Join us for the entire event, or drop in for a quick game.
Community Vision is excited to host David Pitonyak to Portland and present his “The Importance of Belonging” workshop. This educational workshop will examine why being connected is critical to our emotional And physical well-being.
Attendees can choose either Thursday March 23rd or Friday March 24th. Registration for is $40. This workshop will be held downtown at Nel Centro in The Colosseum event room.
Being connected to the people we love is critical to our emotional and physical well-being. Many people experiencing our services are sick from loneliness. This workshop is about ideas for moving beyond interventions and coverage to a system that supports enduring, freely chosen relationships.
March 23rd or 24th
9:00AM – 3:00PM
1408 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR 97201
Despite the pouring rain, a happy crowd was in attendance at the ground- breaking ceremony for the Seven Corners Community Collaborative building in October. The land donated to Community Vision in April 2014 by Multnomah County enabled the non-profit to build a space where other non-profits could reside.
The 25,000 square feet building will be home to Community Vision, two partner organizations: FACT Oregon and Community Pathways, and an Assistive Technology Discovery Lab where families will be able to access life-changing technologies.
The building was designed by Waterleaf and according to architect David Donaldson, it took quite a bit of engineering to design the plan and meet with the Ladd’s edition historic district regulations.
Save the Date! Thursday October 20th
Please join us for our groundbreaking celebration to kick-off of our Seven Corners Community Collaborative building. The new building will serve as Portland’s first universally designed public building and will offer a unique opportunity to provide services & programs for individuals and their families experiencing disabilities. At 25,000 square feet, the building will be home to Community Vision, two partner organizations – FACT Oregon and Community Pathways, and an Assistive Technology Discovery Lab where families will be able to access life-changing technologies.
Please join us!
When: Thursday | October 20th | 11:00am-1:00pm
Where: 1949 SE Division Street, Portland, OR