MIKE Program presents "Our Community Gathering: It's the Fashion to Love Your Kidneys!" a benefit fashion show produced by local entrepreneur Kenneth Doswell of BJC Productions LLC: "My vision is to bring excitement through an infusion of color, music and fashion." MIKE Program works locally to enrich the lives of teens and empower them to be ambassadors of health. "I enjoy the fact that they want to use fashion to get their message out," says Doswell. - February 10, 2011
On Saturday, September 25, supporters, volunteers and guests will “Reach for the Stars!” to help fund MIKE Program’s work with vulnerable youth. Now in its sixth year, the annual benefit dinner attracts healthy appetites and contributions with a gourmet dinner and fine wines as Roy Jay, local community builder and MIKE Program Advisory Board member, conducts a fun-filled live auction on stage. - August 13, 2010
It's the Fashion: to Love Your Kidneys, A fashion show and wine raffle to benefit MIKE Program featuring guest emcees Byron Beck and Ayanna Berkshire of Twilight and Extraordinary Measures - February 24, 2010
It's the Fashion: to Love Your Kidneys, A Fashion Show and Wine Raffle to benefit MIKE Program featuring guest emcees Byron Beck and Ayanna Berkshire of Twilight and Extraordinary Measures - February 22, 2010
MIKE Program welcomes people of the Greater Portland Area to gather for the dedication of its Community Mural. Keynote speakers, Commissioner Amanda Fritz and Tricia Tillman, Administrator with the Office of Multicultural Health and Services, will show their support of the project and participate in... - August 30, 2009
MIKE Program announces a $7,850 grant from the Regional Arts & Culture Council.
The Multicultural Integrated Kidney Education (MIKE) Program will collaborate with the Portland Occupation Industrialization Center (POIC) to use the grant to fund a 100’ x 20’ mural on the west wall of the... - July 10, 2009