Community Partners

The Rose City Park Neighborhood Association thanks our Community Partners!

GOLD COMMUNITY PARTNERS

German American Society logo

SILVER COMMUNITY PARTNERS

 

 

Albina Head Start at Owen D Blank Center

 

Portland General Electric logo

 

BRONZE COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Fire on the Mountain logo

 

The Portland Clinic logo

 

 

 

Become a Community Partner today!

Email info@rcpna.org for more information.

Bronze Partner

A $250 to $499/year contribution brings:

♦ Special letter of thanks from the Association’s Chair

♦ Logo and status as a Bronze Partner displayed at neighborhood General        Meetings and RCPNA special events

♦ Logo and status as a Bronze Partner prominently displayed in the                    “Community Partners” banner in the RCPNA newsletter

♦ Logo and status as a Bronze Partner prominently displayed on the                  “Community Partners” page of RCPNA.org

♦ Verbal acknowledgement at RCPNA meetings and events

♦ Special “thank you” post on RCPNA’s Facebook page

♦ One softcover copy of the 100th Anniversary addition of the Rose City            Park Neighbor­hood History Book

Silver Partner

A $500 to $999/year contribution brings all the incentives listed under Bronze Partner plus:

♦ A table to display promotional items at the Rose City Park/Hollywood            Concerts in the Park

♦ Special recognition and tabling option on New Neighbors & Business Night

♦ Two softcover copies of the 100th Anniversary addition of the Rose City        Park Neighbor­hood History Book

Gold Partner

A $1,000+/year contribution brings all the incentives listed under Bronze and Silver Partners plus:

♦ An invitation to give a short speech at both Rose City Park/Hollywood            Concerts in the Park

♦ Company name and status as a Gold Community Partner mentioned in all    newsletter articles promoting the annual Neighborhood Clean-Up event        and Rose City Park/ Hollywood Concerts in the Park

♦ Three softcover copies of the 100th Anniversary Edition of the Rose City        Park Neighbor­hood History Book