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September 21, 2016


Hello Vancouver! 

7 p.m. at Kiggins Theatre
1101 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98660 - MAP

Doors open at 6 p.m. for the next episode of Vancouver's own live talk show that takes a different look at life in southwest Washington. This year, you can watch our promotional video and witness some other exciting ties to Give More 24! Other fun will be had along the way, including a talent show with local political candidates. For more information, please visit hellovancouver.us or contact Temple Lentz at temple@highfivemedia.us.


September 22, 2016


Give More 24! @ Vancouver Mall

1 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Vancouver Mall
8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr, Vancouver, WA 98662 - MAP

Come visit the hub of all things Give More 24! Sponsored by Vancouver Mall, this fun-filled giving event will feature family-friendly activities like crafts and games that incorporate your kids' favorite princesses and superheroes. Starting at 4 p.m. the adults get to have their own fun. The stars of Hello Vancouver! will take center stage and keep audiences laughing with game show antics and a variety of music. If you're thirsty, pair your giving with a $10 beer and cider tasting experience that features Jester & Judge cidery, pFriem Family Brewers and 54°40' Brewing Co. For more information, please contact Chrissy Trammel at 360-694-2550 or chrissy@cfsww.org.


Play More 24!

Midnight to Midnight at School of Piano Technology for the Blind
2510 E Evergreen Boulevard, Vancouver, WA 98661 - MAP

Sit in on a 24-hour jam session and soak up the talented sounds of some of the school's favorite pros, instructors, students, novices and local stars. They will each take shifts and busk indoors for your dollars throughout the day. If you'd like to join the jam session, contact the school at 360-693-1511 to reserve a slot. For additional information, please contact Cheri Martin at cherim@pianotuningschool.org.


Mentoring Gives Back

Midnight to Midnight at Sifton Elementary
7301 NE 137th Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98682 - MAP

Teach One to Lead One is organizing a day to give all that you can. On-site volunteer projects include planting and raking to help the community garden flourish. Food will be provided throughout the day, as well as free carwashes for school staff and free haircuts for students—all to show appreciation for the many partnerships being built at Sifton Elementary. Contact Marc Logan for more information at marc.logan@T1L1.org or by calling 360-828-1402.


Fresh Alliance Food Frenzy

Midnight to Midnight at Various Locations

Clark County Food Bank invites community members to visit their neighborhood grocery store and help end hunger. A food bank team will be visiting all 24 Fresh Alliance grocery stores in just 24 hours. Each 30-minute stop will encourage shoppers to help end hunger in Clark County through a Give More 24! donation. The generosity adventure will also be broadcast live on Facebook. For more info about the schedule, please call 360-693-0939 or email katie.survillo@clarkcountyfoodbank.org.


Thanks a Latte

8 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Second Step Housing
2500 Main Street #120, Vancouver, WA 98660 - MAP

Give up your morning joe and help out someone you don't even know! Pacific Perks is bringing out a barista and setting up a FREE coffee cart for an hour. Get your day started off right, make an early morning donation, mingle with staff and friends, and get to know how your gift will make an impact. For additional information, please contact Mary Hopkins at 360-719-4073 or mary@secondstephousing.org.


Clark County History Tourpacalypse!

9 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Various Locations
1511 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98660 - MAP

Experience all 12 of the Clark County Historical Museum’s Vancouver Neighborhood tours in one day-long event. Curator Brad Richardson will be taking this challenge on as the lone guide. Follow the museum on social media to find out where you can join him, or you can watch the livestream on Facebook from the comfort of home. Your gifts will keep Brad moving along the Tourpocalypse trail, so show your support all day. Please contact 360-993-5679 for more information.


Swing More 24!

9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Various Locations

It's the return of a fun, interactive way to support parks, trails and recreation throughout Clark County. Local residents, including mayors and city councilors, business owners and employees and the Parks Foundation board will take to swings sets across Clark County and ask for community support during their “swing shift.” More information on the "swing shifts" and Swing More 24! prizes can be found at the Parks Foundation website, www.ParksFoundation.us.


Boomerang Generosity Partners Lunch

11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Boomerang
808 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98660 - MAP

Come enjoy some light lunch and refreshments at Boomerang and see how generosity returns at this downtown Vancouver coffee and gift shop. Live music will be playing in the library and there's even a treehouse to entertain the kids. Meet six of the shop's Generosity Partners and make your gift at one of the giving stations. Contact Peter Johnsen at 360-952-8127 or peter@generosityreturns.com for more information.


Mill Creek Pub Giving Lounge

11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Mill Creek Pub
1710 SW 9th Avenue #101, Battle Ground, WA 98604 - MAP

All the Give More 24! buzz in north Clark County will converge on this giving lounge, which will include a dunk tank and giving stations galore. Enjoy a bite to eat and get to know a few local nonprofits, including Leadership Clark County, Vancouver Police Activities League and Rocksolid Community Teen Center. They are all "Dunking for Dollars" throughout the day. Additional information can be found by contacting Angel Escobedo at 360-567-1085 or director@leadershipclarkcounty.com.


Soar More 24!

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pearson Field Education Center
201A East Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA 98661 - MAP

Have a fun mid-day break from your earthly restraints. Realize your loftiest dreams. Fly the Pearson Field Education Center's flight simulators. Build a glider. Engineer a high-flying whirligig for the vertical wind table! It's YOUR turn, as a grownup, to experience the fun of aviation that is enjoyed by kids every Saturday, on school tours and at aviation day camps. Light fare will be provided as well. For more information, please contact toni.wise@fortvan.org.


Give More at South Pacific Cafe

11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at South Pacific Cafe
15 East Main Street, Battle Ground, WA 98604 - MAP

South Pacific Cafe is celebrating its new lunch hours by partnering with North County Community Food Bank for Give More 24! Sit down to lunch or dinner on Thursday, September 22 and $2 from your meal will go to help feed hungry residents in north Clark County. Food bank staff will be on hand with laptops, so you can also donate online to this great cause. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Cerveny at executive.director@nccfoodbank.org or by calling 360-687-5007.


Dining for Dollars at Burgerville

12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Burgerville Salmon Creek
13309 NE Highway 99, Vancouver, WA 98686 - MAP

Five partner charities—Assistance League of SW Washington, Bridge the Gap, Friends of the Carpenter, Friends of the Children and The Giving Closet—invite you have lunch or dinner with a side of generosity. Burgerville will be donating 10 percent of sales and there will be a lot of kid-friendly entertainment. Direct donations will also be accepted through the Give More 24! website. For more details, please contact Michelle Rouse at 360-750-4752 or michelle@friendsofthecarpenter.org.


Ice Cream, You Scream for Give More 24!

1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Umpqua Bank in Downtown Vancouver
1400 Washington, Suite #200, Vancouver, WA 98660 - MAP

You don't have to scream, but you can if you want to. Umpqua Bank will be encouraging the giving spirit of Give More 24! and celebrating national ice cream cone day by offering up free ice cream at its Washington Street location. Rain or shine, stop in and share in the generosity of local giving, because ice cream is good any time...and in any weather.


Why Limit Happy to One Hour? 

4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Miller House
2834 Allen Street, Kelso, WA 98626 - MAP

Enjoy a fun-filled evening at the beautiful Miller home. This wine pairing event will include live entertainment by a very special guest start, local crooner Raeann Phillips! Direct on-line donations can be made during this event. For information about this event or to secure a $10 entry ticket, please contact Kelsey at 360-430-1413 or Diane at 360-520-9673 or by emailing dperron@cowlitzhabitat.orgTickets will also be available at the door. 


Vancouver Breweries Unite 4 Give More 24!

5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Kiggins Theatre
1101 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98660 - MAP

Great Western Malting and 10 Vancouver breweries are joining forces to raise money for their favorite nonprofits! Tap into some frothy delights and enjoy a FREE showing of the beer-loving cult classic, Strange Brew. All beer proceeds will benefit a charity near and dear to our brewers' hearts, including Boomerang, Council for the Homeless, Columbia Springs, Evergreen Habitat for Humanity, Hough Foundation, Humane Society for Southwest Washington, Mount St. Helens Institute, St. Vincent de Paul and more. Cheers to doing some good with beers! Additional information can be found by contacting the Kiggins Theatre at 360-816-0352 or info@kigginstheatre.com.


Dining with the Symphony

5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Teri's Restaurant
3225 Ocean Beach Highway, Longview, WA 98632 - MAP

A grouping of small ensembles from the Southwest Washington Symphony will be performing a dinner table concerto for some lucky patrons. To complement the evening, Teri’s Restaurant is offering a wonderful dinner special: two entrees, two glasses of house wine and a dessert to share for $24—a good deal and great entertainment. Sarah Koss can be contacted for more information at 360-636-5981 or sarahkoss@comcast.net.


Give More 24! Guided Hike

5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Columbia Springs
12208 SE Evergreen Highway, Vancouver, WA 98683 - MAP

A special edition of Columbia Springs' monthly guided hike will feature door prizes, a water-themed adventure and an exciting art project. Come out and learn what bugs can tell us about our water quality. There will also be a chemistry activity and lessons about how and why water flows through a hatchery. All ages are welcome for this free event, though donations are encouraged through the Give More 24! website. Contact 360-882-0936 or hello@columbiasprings.org for more details.



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