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2013-14 Season Finale

Carole Morse, former president of the PGE Foundation,
received special recognition (and a standing ovation)
for her role as a leading champion of Work for Art since
its inception.(Photo: Bill Barry)
We told you a few weeks ago that we’d have the final results of the 2013-14 campaign for you. So, true to our word, here they are: We raised $776,007, from 1,965 donors and 75 workplace giving partners, beating our goal of $775,000, and bringing the total raised since 2006 to $5.48 million!

One hundred and forty arts and business leaders convened at Portland Center Stage on Wednesday, July 30th to celebrate our eighth successful year.

The Season Finale was a special way to say thank you to those business leaders and other partners who make our work possible. The invitation-only event included special performances by Susannah Mars, Vin Shambry, Christopher Brown Trio, and The Circus Project.

Special awards were given to the top 15 Work for Art campaigns in 2013-14:

1. Portland General Electric
2. The Standard
3. Cambia Health Solutions
4. NW Natural
5. Burgerville
6. OHSU
7. State of Oregon employees
8. ZGF Architects
9. KeyBank
10. City of Portland employees
11. Stoel Rives
12. Multnomah County employees
13. Metro
14. Umpqua Bank
15. Portland Timbers

Portland General Electric was the #1 campaign for the third year in a row. For the fifth year in a row, Burgerville won an award for the highest employee participation. Cambia Health Solutions received special recognition as the Best New Company, and Portland Opera was acknowledged as the general support organization that raised the most money for the Work for Art Community Fund and the Arts Education Fund.