2021 First Interstate Bank Bend Fall Festival is proud to support The Center Foundation
The Center Foundation provides over $500,000 in medical services annually to area high schools, and serves more than 5,000 student athletes at over 1400 sporting events each year. We provide these services at no cost to parents or students. Our work is about more than athletics…it is about keeping kids active, engaged, and safe regardless of their ability to pay. To accomplish this, we place certified athletic trainers in Bend, La Pine, Sisters, Prineville, Madras and Culver high schools, providing sports medicine services to young athletes. Our athletic trainers are health care professionals, specializing in prevention, emergency care, rehabilitation, and management of sports related injuries and concussions. They are first responders – your child’s first line of defense.
For more information visit www.centerfoundation.org, or call us at 541-322-2399.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and the community, Lay It Out Events is able to support local nonprofits and organizations
At Lay It Out Events, we are dedicated to spreading awareness to nonprofits and involving the entire community. Through our beneficiaries, we raise much-needed funds for vital nonprofit groups across the Northwest. For each event LIOE donates a portion of proceeds to local nonprofit organizations. In the past 10 years, LIOE has donated over $277,000 to local charities and nonprofits.
In photo: (Left to right) Todd Billeter, Vice President, Manager, First Interstate Bank, Dawn Cofer, VP, Retail Bank Manager, First Interstate Bank; Sonja Donohue, Executive Director, The Center Foundation; Aaron Switzer, Producer, Lay It Out Events; Bill Kuhn, Bend Market President, First Interstate Bank.
Every year, Lay It Out Events donates a portion of proceeds from Fall Fest to a local nonprofit. The Center Foundation was honored to be chosen for this year’s Fall Fest donation of $3,000 when, unexpectedly, a second donor stepped in. The anonymous giver added $22,000 to bring the total donation to more than eight times its original amount.