October 13, 2018
Multnomah Athletic Club
Volunteers make our event possible!
We need volunteers for the following jobs:
*Check in/Check out table
*Selling Heads or Tails Necklaces
*Recording the auction
*Event set up and take down
Contact us with any questions or if you would like to
“We grant dreams to critically and chronically ill children to the deserving children of our community."
In 1980, The Dream Factory began with one all-volunteer chapter in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Since then, The Dream Factory has grown into the second-largest children’s wish-granting organization in the United States.
The Dream Factory is the only children’s wish-granting organization that does not limit its mission to children who have life-threatening illness. The organization believes children with chronic illnesses and disorders also suffer from substantial emotional and physical pain. We strive to provide hope and relief from the trauma and corresponding stress and depression that both the children and their families can endure on a day-to-day basis. Doctors agree that providing a dream can improve the quality of life for these children and extend the life of a critically ill child.
For children struggling with critical or chronic illnesses like diabetes, cystic fibrosis or cancer, the road may be all too short, and there is little time to realize such big dreams. The Dream Factory exists for them.
Dream Factory of Oregon grants dreams in all shapes and sizes. In 2017 we sent Rachel to new York City to meet with the BBC. We got a recumbent tricycle for Bethany who survived a stroke as an infant and a basketball wheel chair for Liam who woke up paralyzed from the waist down from a rare spinal virus. We sent Gabe, who has Ehlers-Danlos, to Disney World to meet the Imagineers and Sayge, who's stomach is paralyzed, to New York to meet her favorite Broadway Star Sutton Foster. These are just some of the amazing dreams we granted. Our average dream costs $6000.
For children and their families who live each day not knowing what the future may bring, a dream granted brings a little ray of light, a little bit of hope and a lifetime of memories.
Please contact our auction coordinator
Kasi Grzebielski at
Or 208-660-4899 (cell)