The Spirit of the Season at Arcadia PDX

To celebrate the giving spirit of the holiday season Arcadia PDX is giving to a charity that remains close to our hearts.

Arcadia PDX Shriners Hospitals for Children Portland arcadiapdx.com

Arcadia has chosen Shriners Hospitals for Children — Portland to be the sole beneficiary of the proceeds from our tree saleS.

Each year, we host a local charity at our showroom + design center to receive the proceeds from the sale of Christmas trees. We have a beautiful selection of 6-7ft Douglas Fir trees for $40 that are available for pickup from now until December 23rd.

You can pre-purchase the trees, as well as make an additional donation to Shriners  - 100% of proceeds will go directly to Shriners Hospitals for Children - Portland.

A bit more about this wonderful charity:

Shriners Hospitals for Children — Portland first opened its doors in 1924 at NE 82nd Avenue and Sandy Boulevard. In 1983, The Portland Shriners Hospital relocated to Marquam Hill, where it continues to focus on a wide range of pediatric orthopaedic conditions, from fractures to rare diseases and syndromes.

As the largest pediatric orthopaedic group in the NW, Shriners Hospitals for Children — Portland provides exceptional, specialized pediatric orthopaedic care using the latest innovations in diagnosis and treatment. The hospital is designed exclusively for children, offering a full range of inpatient and outpatient services under one roof, so children can receive care and treatment in one building.

What makes the Portland Shriners Hospital unique is every function of the hospital serves the patient first.

Conditions treated include fractures, sports injuries, bone and joint disorders, spinal conditions and neuromuscular disorders. All care is provided in a family-centered environment regardless of the families' ability to pay. 

Shriners Hospitals for Children — Portland is honored to be been chosen as the beneficiary of Arcadia’s fundraiser and we truly appreciate all of the support from the Portland community to continue our efforts.

As a non-profit hospital, we rely on donations during the holidays to make sure that every patient has a special and joyful holiday, whether they are in the hospital or not. This partnership with Arcadia will go a long way toward making that happen.
— Colleen Rogers, public relations specialist at the Portland Shriners Hospital
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