Harvest Century Ride 2017

Sunday, September 24, 2017


The Harvest Century is more than a bike ride - it is a ride with a mission!  Every dollar raised goes directly to Community Vision's mission of making Oregon a place where people with disabilities can live, work, and thrive in a community of their choice. Community Vision does this through individualized supported living, housing, customized employment, family support, asset development, and homeownership.  

We support a wide range of abilities, and our services are person-centered and tailored to the needs of each specific individual and their family.  We believe that everyone should have access to opportunities and choice.  Individualized support remains our core philosophy, and for over 26 years, we have continued to create innovative programs to promote accessibility and inclusion.  Community Vision provides the ability for people to live independently, find a fufilling job, create a support network, and feel valued in their community.

How your fundraising can help:

  • $50 - Give a family much needed respite care
  • $250 - Sponsor a young adult in our Dream Builders Program
  • $750 - Provide an IDA Loan match
  • $1,000 - Support training with a Job Coach
  • $2,500 - Rehab a home to make it accessible


Fundraising prizes include:

  • $750​ - $150 Showers Pass Gift Card
  • $500 - Harvest Century Jersey + 1 Registration for 2018 Harvest Century
  • $250 - Harvest Century Jersey
  • $75 - Harvest Century T-shirt
  • $25 - Harvest Century Water Bottle


How do I create a Community For All?

  1. Build your profile
  2. Review our tips
  3. Reach out to others - From your page, you can email friends and family, as well as share on Facebook and other social media.
  4. Celebrate with us when you reach your goal!

Community Vision's goal is to raise $10,000.  This will put us even closer to finishing construction on the Seven Corners Collaborative, which will be completed in Winter of 2017!  Located in SE Portland, the Seven Corners Collaborative will house 4 nonprofits, making it a one-stop shop for people with disabilities and their families.  This accesible, universally-designed building will be the first of its kind in the region, and will also house an Assistive Technology Lab that will allow people to try various technology geared towards ensuring a better quality of life.  Through this building, and the subsequent partnerships it brings, we will be able to reach an exponentially greater number of individuals than we can now.

Join us in making our goals a reality, so we can support others in making their dreams come true.

For more information, visit: Community Vision and Seven Corners Collaborative