Each year, Edison High School hosts the Brilliance Benefit, an enchanting and inspiring evening of friendship, food and fundraising. The Brilliance Benefit is one of the two annual events where we appeal directly to you, our community champions, for gifts to support our tuition assistance fund. Attendees enjoy dinner, an auction and, for the price of a raffle ticket, a chance to win a fabulous Hawaiian vacation. We invite you to partner with us to ensure that all of our students reach their full potential!
2018 Brilliance Benefit Update
The 2018 Brilliance Benefit took place on March 10th, at the Sentinel Hotel in downtown Portland. With a packed house of 350 supporters we were able to raise $370,000 to support financial aid, technology in the classroom, enhanced curriculum and teacher professional development.
Thank you to everyone who attended and volunteered to make the Brilliance Benefit a record-breaking event.
Hawaiian Vacation Raffle Tickets
As part of our Brilliance Benefit every year, we offer the wonderful opportunity to win an all-expenses-paid vacation. The winner of the raffle enjoys a six-night stay in oceanview accommodations at the Grand Wailea Resort for up to two adults and two children. This fabulous prize includs a $1,000 gift card for any hotel amenity, including golf, and $1,000 in cash to help offset travel expenses.
Thank you to OUr 2018 sponsors!
- Becker Capital Management
- Ferguson Wellman Capital Management
- Gerding Edlen
- John & Emily Holmes
- The Collins Family
- Fortis Construction
- Lease Crutcher Lewis
- Michele McCarthy with First Tech Credit Union
- Sokol Blosser Winery
- Deb & Bob Stevenson
- (w)here Real Estate
- Andrew D'Addio Business Consulting
- Brittney Clark & Chris Brooks
- Columbia Bank
- Gary and Heidi Grenley
- Barbee & John Halbert
- Pioneer Millworks
- Sq1 Advertising
- Perry & Michelle Sunderland
- Summer & DJ Widmer
Wall of Wine
- Sherry Francis Group-Keller Williams Realty Professionals
Sophomore Shea Brooks shared his educational journey and how Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder made learning and concentrating difficult.
Edison High school is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our Federal Tax ID number is 23-7348113.