When you donate to Confluence with a gift of at least $25, you become a Friend of Confluence. This broad and diverse group of dedicated supporters represents the financial bedrock of our capacity to deliver powerful programming in our schools and communities while caring for the Confluence artworks for generations to come. Consider giving monthly!
Confluence Legacy Makers make a profound mark on our work by contributing $1,000 or more per year. This small group of generous contributors create a personal legacy in the caring for the Confluence River Sites by Maya Lin and in the education programs that elevate Indigenous voices in our understanding of the landscape we love.
Confluence created the Lillian Pitt Education Fund to support the education programming founded by the amazing artist and our dear friend Lillian Pitt. This fund honors her and her legacy by supporting education programs that introduce students to the Indigenous arts, crafts, history and ecology of the Columbia River system.
Confluence volunteers take care of our River Sites through work parties, help us educate people through public outreach events and host casual and thoughtful gatherings we call salons. We also sometimes need help with administrative and fundraising work. Let us know how you would like support the Confluence mission.
The Jordan Schnitzer and Thomas Lauderdale Confluence Art Endowment, established through a generous gift from Arlene Schnitzer, supports the conservation and stewardship of Confluence’s River Sites along the Columbia River system. The fund is managed by the Endowment Partners program at the Oregon Community Foundation. Contact us to learn more.
Leave a legacy in schools, Columbia River communities and in the landscape. Please remember Confluence in your will. All it takes is a quick phone call to your lawyer to add a charitable gift to your will. At Confluence, your legacy will last generations.