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Cascadia Poetics Lab Fund Drive

February 19, 2024
Veronica Martinez

Help Support Cascadia Poetics Lab!

Cascadia Poetics Lab is dedicated to following our mission of empowering people to practice poetry and deepen connections to place, self, and the present moment. In our 30 years as a nonprofit, we have continued to follow this mission through our programs and offerings. 2023 was an successful year for us, with the publication of Cascadian Zen Vol., the launch of Watershed Press, and an outstanding Cascadia Poetry Festival and Poetry Postcard Fest! As a nonprofit, many of these programs are funded through the help of dedicated supporters. Without you, we are not able to provide as much as we do. Thank you!

In 2024, Cascadia Poetics Lab needs your help to continue providing the programs that have succeeded in giving people the power to practice poetry. We have created a NEW FUNDRAISING PAGE of all the ways that you can support us this spring. We have more wonderful events and programs that we are excited to share with you in the year ahead, but we need your help in order to make these dreams a reality.

Please consider contributing to Cascadia Poetics Lab through any of the approaches listed on the FUNDRAISING PAGE. If you would like to contribute to Cascadia Poetics Lab in any way that is not included on the page, feel free to email veronica@cascadiapoeticslab.org. We are deeply grateful for the continued support and are looking forward to another magnificent year of poetry and place!

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