Nov 14th: Give a Gift, Get a Gift

Claim your gifts!

On Nov 14th give $10+,
get all this:

  • free food at ¿Por Qué No?,
  • Free Salt and Straw ice cream
  • Free Stumptown Coffee
  • Free food at Ken’s Artisan Bakery
  • Entry into drawing for Backstage Party for 40

Or, give $50+, get all that, plus all this:

  • Free BTA Membership, with discounts at bike shops, breweries, and more
  • Double the impact of every $1 over $50, thanks to

GG_2013_Logo-298x300It’s that time of year again for Willamette Week’s Give!Guide, and once more the BTA has been chosen as a featured community organization. Give!Guide wants to make it easier for you to give this holiday season to causes you care about, which is why they have compiled such a great list of organizations and incentives for giving this year.

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Coming up tomorrow is one of Give!Guide’s big give days which means on top of the other great incentives, if you give $10 or more this Thursday November 14, your name will be put in the drawing to win a party for you and 40 of your closest friends at McMenamins Back Stage Bar.

In addition for the chance to win a great party, each person who donates a minimum of $10 will receive gift certificates for free food at ¿Por Qué No?, Salt and Straw, Stumptown Coffee, and Ken’s Artisan Bakery.

And if that weren’t enough, if you give $50 or more to the BTA, your impact will be doubled with a matching gift from our Give!Guide partner Team Estrogen.TEEven more, donations at the $50 level are eligible for free BTA Membership, whose benefits include discounts at more than 80 bike shops plus dozens more of bike friendly businesses across Oregon, including Widmer Bros, Beulahland, Ace Hardware, and Tula Bakery.

So don’t miss out on all these great reasons to give this Holiday Season. Give to the BTA through Willamette Week’s Give!Guide today, and help us continue our work to make Oregon the best place to ride a bike in America!


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