December Newsletter

In the December edition of our newsletter, find out how Shadow helps classroom behavior improve, and more:

  • Shadow in Oregonian Season of Sharing
  • Dinner Cruise to Benefit Courageous Kids
  • Classroom Behavior Improves with Sensory
  • Become a Shadow Audiobook Mentor
  • The Shadow Project Helps Build Perseverance
  • Thank You for Empowering Our Children

View the full newsletter.

Listening Therapy Dog at Rosa Parks Elementary

Molly is a Parti Standard Poodle that loves children, cuddles, and helping students become better readers. She is a therapy dog, and some special education students at Rosa Parks Elementary School recently got a chance to practice their literacy skills by reading to the black-and-white canine. The Shadow Project, working with Columbia River Pet Partners, invited Molly to the school to help kids find courage when reading aloud.

Comedy on 3/13 to Benefit Shadow Kids

Comedy on 3/13 to Benefit Shadow Kids

The Oregon Public House’s Comedy Benefit for The Shadow Project
Village Ballroom, 704 NE Dekum St.
Tickets only $10! Buy online here or at the door

Here’s the line-up:

7:30 p.m. Portland super-teachers take the stage to share how Shadow empowers students with challenges such as dyslexia, ADHD, and autism.

8 p.m. Local comedians offer a PG-13 improvisational take on what they learn from our teachers, with audience participation.

  • Win a signed Jusuf Nurkic Blazer Jersey! Raffle tickets $10; or 3 for $20.
  • A portion of your food and drink ALSO benefits The Shadow Project.
  • Can’t make the show? You can still support our kids by buying a ticket.

Thanks to The Oregon Public House for choosing The Shadow Project as one of its 2019 charity partners. Our kids benefit from a portion of your OPH food and beverage purchases through July 14. Just remember to “vote” for Shadow at the register.