In Mulieribus is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your contribution will support our mission to preserve the beauty and meaning of medieval and renaissance choral music as a vital and valued part of our modern experience. All contributions are tax deductible. Please make a donation today.
Alternatively, you can download the donation form. Complete the form and return it to us with your check to the following address:
PO Box 6374
Portland, OR 97228
If you are interested in making a contribution, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 283-2913 for details.
In Mulieribus Partnerships
In Mulieribus partners with various non-profit organizations in our community, particularly those that serve women and children in need. We offer donations in-kind such as In Mulieribus performance tickets and/or a donation of items on the organization's wish list.
For our 2016-2017 season, In Mulieribus is proud to partner with Multicultural Community Services (MCS), an integral program of Lutheran Community Services Northwest that resettles over 200 refugee families (approximately 600 individuals) in the Portland area each year. These refugee families have suffered unspeakable loss, escaping the atrocities of war, political or religious persecution.
Past beneficiaries have included:
Bradley Angle. An organization offering assistance to domestic violence survivors.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest , an organization that works to help boys and girls acheive their full potential through positive adult relationships.
Cares Northwest. A medically-based child abuse assessment and intervention program that puts children first.
Loaves and Fishes. An organization that provides hot, nutritious meals to seniors 60 years and older.
Portland Impact. Portland Impact's mission is to help people achieve and maintain self-sufficiency and to prevent and alleviate the effects of poverty.
Rahab's Sisters. An organization that seeks to compassionately offer support to vulnerable women especially those who are impacted by the sex industry, domestic violence, homelessness, substance abuse, and poverty.
Rose Haven. A community and intervention center for homeless women and their children in downtown Portland that provides a safe place to explore options that promote wholeness and self-empowerment.
Sisters of the Road. An organization that exists to build authentic relationships and cross-class community through our philosophies of nonviolence, gentle personalism and the community organizing model. Sisters works toward systemic solutions that reach the roots of homelessness and poverty to end them forever.
YWCA of Greater Portland. The YWCA strives to eliminate racism and discrimination in all its forms, and provides growth, education and leadership opportunities for women and families.