Kick it with OEC!

Help us celebrate the clean water, air and land we all love and share with the most popular women’s sports team in the world, for an Earth Day match on Sunday, April 15. Tickets are being offered at a reduced rate with a generous portion going to back to support Oregon Environmental Council.

In 2017, the Portland Thorns won the NWSL championship, their second in five years. After bringing the championship trophy back to the Rose City in October, the Thorns are set to raise their championship banner into the rafters of Providence Park forever at the Home Opener, and Oregon Environmental Council will be there to celebrate.

Earth Day Match
Portland Thorns FC @ Providence Park

Sunday, April 15 @ 3 p.m.
$18/per person


Let’s get together! Sunday, April 15

Our 2018 Earth Day Celebration is a great way to start off the week of giving back to the environment!

By taking part in this event you will be supporting Oregon Environmental Council along with some of the top nonprofit organizations in the state of Oregon.

Along with the Portland Thorns we are excited to be teaming up with the Audubon Society of Portland,  SOLVE Oregon, and Friends of Trees.  For every ticket purchased for the Portland Thorns Earth Day event, a portion of the proceeds will be donated back to each respective nonprofit participating.

Along with the ticket to the game, Earth Day supporters will receive a free Thorns Earth Day Reusable Bag, available to pick up at the Earth Day fair in the stadium on match day. In addition, for each “Earth Day” ticket purchased an Oregon Native Tree will be planted in your name.



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Special thanks to Ash Creek Forest Management and Scholls Valley Nursery for donating the trees and providing the labor to plant them at the Sandy River Delta Recreation area.

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Thanks for helping support Oregon Environmental Council and our partners at this fun event.

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