Uncategorized – What If We Could?


Central Oregon Gives 2020

Partnering again this year, WhatIfWeCould and the Source Weekly have launched the second year of Central Oregon Gives to a great start, looking to eclipse the 1st years $578,000! Watch the video from local news station, Central Oregon Daily.

▶️ Central Oregon Gives campaign back for another year – with gifts for the givers too

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Giving Goes Viral

Donations to Central Oregon Gives eclipsed all expectations in 2019. Two top fundraising nonprofits from 2019 share how they saw success. Read more at the SOURCE here.


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A Half-Mil And Counting

In years past, the Source Weekly’s Give Guide helped local nonprofits get the word out about the work they’re doing in the community. But this year, the program went one giant step further by partnering with What If We Could and adding a digital giving component, CentralOregonGives.com, in which people could donate directly to any nonprofit involved, all from one place. 

Read the rest of the story on the SOURCE. 

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Annual Fundraising Effort Surpasses Goal – by $550K

From mid-November through the end of the year, The Source Weekly and the Bend-based crowd-sourcing website “What if We Could” launched a campaign to raise money for local nonprofits.

And the results blew everyone away.

The original goal was $25,000. After one week they adjusted that to $50,000. And when it was all said and done six weeks later, $580,000 had been raised.

Eric Lindstrom has more on this improbable story.

▶️ What if We Could: Annual fundraising effort surpasses goal – by $550K

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It’s Time To Give!

Publisher of the SOURCE Weekly announces to the community that “It’s Time To Give!”  – something near and dear to our hearts here at WhatIfWeCould. 

We’re super excited to partner with the SOURCE for the Central Oregon Gives campaign starting tomorrow and going through the end of the year, find your favorite nonprofit and show them support.

Read Aaron’s Editorial here:



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Startup brings crowdsourcing to nonprofit industry (Bend magazine)

Thank you to the Bend Magazine for writing an outstanding article on What If We Could.


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A new concept in giving (Cascade Business News)

Thanks Jeff and the team at Cascade Business News on writing the article.


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What If We Could?

Thanks to Aaron and the staff at the SOURCE for writing the first article on What If We Could!


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