Entries by Kari Gale

Serendipity to be Oregon Public House’s Charity of the Day 11/11!

We are thrilled to announce that on 11/11 Serendipity will be Oregon Public House’s Charity of the Day! This will be a fantastic opportunity to bring your friends and family to the pub to drink a pint, eat great food and support the Serendipity Center at the same time! You won’t want to miss it! We will […]

Portraits of Hope: Isolation becomes Belonging

At Pearls of Hope we unveiled four pairs of charcoal portraits. To celebrate our 40th birthday, Serendipity commissioned local portrait artist Jake Smith to create eight portraits depicting the transformational journey our children experience as they heal. Students often arrive at our school with feelings of aggression, isolation and despair because of trauma and/or difficulties […]

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Join us at Pearls of Hope! – April 18, 2019

Join us for Serendipity’s fundraising gala Pearls of Hope, on April 18th, 2019 at the Loft at 8th Ave from 6-9 pm!  CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS! We are so excited to invite all of our friends, community leaders, and generous donors to come celebrate and support 40 incredible years with us! See the invitation […]

We need your help…

In an effort to support our families with maintaining healthy food choices and access to basic need products, we provide our most needy families with assistance over the holiday season. We need your help…

Thank you to Mark and Phanna and friends…

We are always struck by the incredible generosity of two of our most dependable supporters: Mark Kummerer and Phanna Pich! Last month Mark and Phanna, with the help of their friends (Gary & Dianne Wells, Marc Hopkins, Zach Povisen, and Jorge) donated a huge amount of clothing for students in need at the Serendipity Center.

Serendipity’s Screaming Eagle Hot Sauce is bringing the heat!

How HOT is our Screaming Eagle Hot Sauce?

You can be the judge… the 6 varieties of peppers include Jalapeños, Habaneros, Hot Paper Lanterns, Hungarian Hot Wax, Gatherer’s Gold and Stocky Red. If that list brings tears to your eyes, don’t worry, the last two varieties are sweet and should mellow out that heat a little!

Nicolas, our garden coordinator, started this project 5 years ago, giving students a chance to see how a real food product is grown, tended, harvested, produced, packaged, and consumed!

Serendipity is turning 40!

Welcome back to school! Serendipity Center is celebrating 40 YEARS of therapeutic education as we kick off the 2018-2019 school year! 40 YEARS of incredible work providing the best environment for our students to heal and become educated, productive community members. 40 YEARS of dedication to education, mental health, transition and wellness equals of TRANSFORMATIVE WORK!