Open Collective
Open Collective

Little Help Book Printed Edition

PROJECT

We produce the Little Help Book for White Bird Clinic as a guide to local safety-net services

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Financial Contributions

Goal
Monthly Backers

$5 a month helps offset the cost of producing the Little Help Book and allows for more frequent updating of the data. One of the biggest challenge... Read more

$5 USD of $500 USD / month raised (1%)

$5 USD / month

Goal
Thank You Sponsor

One of the opening pages for the Little Help Book is a list of contributors. We'll reset this list with every printed edition. We hope to print 40... Read more

$1,063.82 USD of $2,000 USD raised (53%)

$100 USD

Goal
Cover Logo Sponsor

Your logo on the back of the next printed edition of the Little help book. $2000 covers the printing cost of about 1000 books when we print large ... Read more

$1,967.80 USD of $5,000 USD raised (39%)

$1,000 USD

Custom contribution
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Make a custom one-time or recurring contribution.

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Monthly financial contribution to Little Help Book Printe...

Credit from John Park to Little Help Book Printed Edition

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #505648
Monthly financial contribution to Little Help Book Printe...

Credit from Susan Ratzlaff to Little Help Book Printed Edition

+$50.00USD
Completed
Contribution #503637
Monthly financial contribution to Little Help Book Printe...

Credit from Susan Ratzlaff to Little Help Book Printed Edition

+$50.00USD
Completed
Contribution #503637
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Today’s balance

$1,166.30 USD

Total raised

$8,661.81 USD

Total disbursed

$7,495.51 USD

Estimated annual budget

$720.00 USD

About


Open Eugene produces the Little Help Book in partnership with White Bird Clinic. White Bird Clinic provides compassionate, humanistic healthcare, and supportive services to individuals in our Lane County community, so everyone receives the care they need.

Our team of volunteers at Open Eugene maintains the database of all the local safety-net services and wrote an export program that converts the data into a format suitable for printing. We are coordinating with a regional printer and are shepherding all aspects of printed book production. This book will put information about helpful resources in to the hands of our community's most vulnerable population.

Having access to services is life changing for people, and we would like as many people as possible to know what help is available in Lane County. Your donation will put a guide in someone's hand and could be their gateway to a warm place to sleep, give them access to healthcare, or a warm meal. Working together we can help our community share the abundant resources available in the Willamette Valley.

To view the online version of the "Little Help Book"