Mayor's Ball

Please be advised that future events will be impacted by COVID-19. Your safety is our priority as we explore ways to connect our community. Please check back for any changes or cancellations.

2017 Mayors Ball graphic icon2020 Mayor’s Ball

Thank you to everyone that chose to donate their ticket purchases and sponsorships from the 2020 Beaverton Mayor’s Ball! This enabled us to provide some funding to the three amazing arts organizations that normally benefit from the Ball, even though the event had to be cancelled.

Every bit helps!

We understand that not everyone can donate and we hope you and your loved ones are all staying safe and healthy.

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on our local arts organizations and we encourage you to continue supporting our local arts organizations in any way you can.

Mayor’s Ball Team

Resources for Artists Impacted by COVID-19

YOUR FEET WILL BRING YOU WHERE YOUR HEART IS
– Irish proverb

For more information email dthompson@BeavertonOregon.gov

ACCOMMODATIONS

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made to the Events Program by 14 business days prior to the event date:
events@beavertonoregon.gov
503-526-2559
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2020 Mayor’s Ball Beneficiaries

“The Mayor’s Ball helps make the world a better place through music. The ISing Choir is an all-volunteer choir of 80 singers that present free concerts, featuring and benefiting selected local non-profits. 100% of the donations collected support each featured organization. For example, in December the choir will presented “Where Angels Tread” featuring Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and will benefit Gifted Wishes, a local organization granting wishes to hospice patients to Create Moments That Matter.” – ISing Choir

“The Mayor’s Ball helps the Beaverton Civic Theatre (BCT) sustain a Young Audience (YA) series. Annually, BCT produces two YA productions. Since 2016, BCT’s YA programming has toured more than 70 elementary classrooms and engaged over 2300 children. These family-friendly performances have been recognized by the Oregon Department of Education Early Learning as a Brain Building program. The performances include interactive lobby displays featuring the 5 Early Literacy practices of read, write, sing, play and talk.” – Beaverton Civic Theatre

"The Mayor’s Ball helps to raise funds, and awareness for the Beaverton Arts Foundation’s grants and scholarships program, which provides support to both nonprofit arts organizations, and young artists pursuing their own creative expression. These are critical dollars that make education programs happen, provide personal instruction and training, pay competition entry fees and travel expenses, and helps students access higher education." – Beaverton Arts Foundation

Thank you to our 2020 Sponsors!

GOLD LEVEL

  • Reser’s Fine Foods

SILVER LEVEL

  • Comcast
  • Madden Industrial Craftsmen
  • Metropolitan Land Group
  • Opsis Architecture
  • Skanska
  • Wishcamper Development Partners

CORPORATE LEVEL

  • Beaverton Foods
  • Gerding Edlen
  • Harsch Investment Properties
  • Heritage Bank
  • Nike World Headquarters
  • Portland General Electric
  • Rembold Companies
  • Rivermark Community Credit Union
  • Russ Auto Toyota
  • The Standard
  • Unitus Community Credit Union
  • Waste Management
  • Wells Fargo Bank

Scenes from 2019 Mayor's Ball

Mayor’s Ball Photo Album

Ann Doyle plants a kiss on Mayor Denny Doyle's cheek.
Three smiling ladies, two volunteers and one performer wearing a bright green ruffled gown.
Two gentlemen and a lady, all smiling and wearing funny green hats.
Smiling couple, the woman wearing shamrock eyeglasses and the gentleman wearing a Kelly green hat.
Group of four smiling guests some wearing funny hats, glasses and one holding an "AWKWARD!" si
Smiling guests wearing funny hats, eyeglasses, bow-ties while holding sign, "#HotMess."

Accessibility information: This information can be made available in alternative formats such as large print or audio tape. To request alternative formats, contact Debi Thompson by calling 503-350-4000 or email dthompson@BeavertonOregon.gov. Use 711 for relay service.