We have less than a week before our 350PDX 10-Year Anniversary Party – Resistance, Resiliency, & Revelry: A Climate Justice Celebration! This is the largest party we’ve ever organized, and we’re planning for a fun and interactive time where attendees reflect on the past decade, take action right now, and plan for what the next decade of organizing will look like. We need your help to make this party a success! Sign up to volunteer, or checkout our sponsorship packages!  

Thank you to our Rallier level Sponsors!!

City of Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability (BPS)

BPS develops solutions to make Portland more equitable, healthy, prosperous and resilient. Through long-range planning, climate action, waste management, Smart City PDX and community technology, and the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund, we build a better future for all.

Oregon Ranked Choice Voting

Oregon Ranked Choice Voting Advocates is part of a growing coalition of community organizations and individuals dedicated to bringing more voices into our elections and greater diversity to our government. We are a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. 

Learn more about Oregon Ranked Choice Voting here and follow them on social media.


BeachNecessities.com is an eCommerce and beach content / community site forging the online shopping experience for the $15B+ US beach goods market with an emphasis on sustainability, both in the products we carry as well as protecting the health of the beaches, ocean, lakes, rivers and streams, and human race, given the impacts from climate change, overfishing and plastic pollution through our affiliation with 1% for the Planet.

Visit the BeachNecessities.com website here and follow them on Facebook for more information.

Thank you to our Supporter and Ally level sponsors!


Seeding Justice

350 Seattle

Breach Collective

Columbia Riverkeeper


Oregon Environmental Council

Ha Nguyen & Friends

Tickets are going fast! 

Children 12 & Under:

Children 12 & under are free! We ask that they are accompanied by an adult and if you could please still reserve tickets for them so we can plan for enough food. There will be some activities for kids such as mask making and a small playful area for people of all ages.

Ticket Info:

Tickets are available at a pay as you can sliding scale of $0-$100 to make it accessible to folks of all class, race, gender, and abilities to attend. Suggested minimum ticket donation is $35 and helps us cover the cost of food and drinks for the celebration. If you are a person with economic stability via race, gender, class, or property ownership, please consider a donation of $50-100 to help cover the cost of others who cannot afford to pay. We have free tickets set aside for folks in frontline communities bearing the disproportionate effects of colonization, national oppression, and imperialism, as well as folks who sign up to volunteer.

Food and Drinks:

Food will be catered by Tamale Boy. We’ll also have warm beverages by Equal Exchange, non-alcoholic beverages, and beer, wine, and cider! Plus, reusable foodware by Bold Reuse.

Music & Dance Party:

DJ PsychoTropika will lead us through a dance party at the end of the night. There will also be special guest performances and sing-a-longs by the 350PDX Arts Team and Bellagram Telegram!

Volunteer at the Party:

We can’t make this event possible without our awesome volunteers! If you’re interested in volunteering, please sign up at 350pdx.org/party/volunteer. All volunteers offering 2 hours or more of their time will receive a free entry ticket, which includes dinner and 2 drink tickets.