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Camp Ten Trees

Do you want to win $100 and help shape quality programming for youth of LGBTQ communities at the same time?


Camp Ten Trees is a nonprofit summer camp that serves youth of LGBTQ communities and their allies.  Through the support of our community, we are in a position to expand programming and increase the number of youth we serve in the coming years, and we want to know how you think we can best do that!  Please take a few minutes to check out our survey and tell us how you think we can best serve youth of LGBTQ families and LGBTQ youth.


We want to hear from everyone who cares about quality programming for youth of LGBTQ communities. Please forward this survey to your friends!


Even if you have never heard about Camp Ten Trees, we want to hear from you. You can even learn more about our programs as you complete the survey!


In March, we will be randomly selecting 10 survey participants to receive prizes including Visa gift cards ($25 - $100) and Camp Ten Trees merchandise!


The survey ends on March 1, so please check it out today and help us out!


This survey will take no more than 15 - 20 minutes to complete.  All answers will be kept confidential.

Please complete the survey here or paste the following link into your browser:



12.21.15 Portland becomes first city in Northwest to require closed captions on all public TVs


PORTLAND, Ore – The next time you walk into a Portland bar and glance up at the TV, odds are you’ll see the closed captioning turned on. That’s because a new city ordinance that starts Friday requires televisions in public places to show captions at all times.

At On Deck sports bar in the Pearl District, that means all 25 televisions will now feature closed captioning whenever the bar is open. Philip Wolfe with the Portland Commission on Disabilities helped draft the new ordinance.

“We believe this decision was made outside of any good faith effort on the part of the City Council to work with the hospitality industry on a viable solution that recognizes the needs of all individuals,” said Jason Brandt, CEO of the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association. 

Commissioner Amanda Fritz, who spearheaded the change, said her staff met with the restaurant association but decided to move forward after residents expressed support during a town hall in September.

More info about Portland Council Agenda here.


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