The 11th Annual Taste for Justice
Benefitting St. Andrew Legal Clinic
Thursday, September 22nd at 5:30pm
The Eastside Exchange Ballroom, Portland
Each year the Taste for Justice Auction brings together attorneys, law firms, business colleagues, family and friends to celebrate fine wines, beers, spirits and exceptional cuisine and to bid on plenty not found anywhere else in the region.
Please consider any of the following ways to help with this event, all are greatly appreciated:
Donations to The Taste for Justice are tax-deductible (SALC is a 501c3 Charitable Organization/Tax ID: 93-0739368) and donors are recognized in auction materials, unless otherwise requested.
Please contact the St. Andrew Legal Clinic’s Development Department at development@SALCgroup.org or 503-281-1500 extension 321 if you have any questions or would like additional information about donations.
Taste for Justice Auction
Thursday, November 9th, 2017
The Exchange Ballroom
123 NE 3rd Avenue, Portland
Join us for a lively evening. This event celebrates the “taste” of fine vintage wines, craft beers, spirits from local distilleries and exceptional cuisine... all while raising funds to support the important work of St. Andrew Legal Clinic.
Don’t miss this special evening!
Buy your ticket today.
All proceeds benefit St. Andrew Legal Clinic, a community-based, non-profit family law center dedicated to providing security for children, support to women in crisis, and access to justice for the working poor. Over 35 years, SALC has provided vital legal services to 50,000 families in our community.
St. Andrew Legal Clinic (SALC) is a unique public interest law firm that provides legal services to low-income families. The Clinic plays a vital role in protecting families from domestic violence by providing legal advocacy for issues of adoption, child custody and support, protection orders, guardianship, parenting time, and spousal support. The clinic has been defending Oregon’s most vulnerable families since 1979 and in 34 years has helped over 50,000 Oregonians and their 75,000 children.