Hope City Church Donates $1,500 to BDNA!

Despite the cancellation of their annual Orange Egg Drop in Brentwood Park, due to COVID-19, Hope City Church donated $1,500 to Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association (BDNA)!

Left to Right: Brian Becker, Pastor at Hope City Church and Chelsea Powers, BDNA Board Chair
Description: A man and woman stand in a sunny park holding an oversized check.

Four years ago, Hope City Church began offering a voluntary donation ticket for the Egg Drop and has since raised thousands of dollars for BDNA. We look forward to partnering with them on this event again next year. Click here to find out more about virtual services at Hope City Church.

(This generous contribution would normally go towards free community events and neighborhood improvements. At this time, BDNA is brainstorming ways to put these funds towards relief efforts in the neighborhood.)

2019 Orange Egg Drop Sets New Donation Record!

Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association is so grateful to neighboring Hopecity Church for donating over $3400 raised at their annual Orange Egg Drop event!  Our largest donation ever from this event!  For the third year, Hopecity Church has generously added a fundraising component to this community event.  We are incredibly appreciative of these funds and excited to put them towards more community events for our neighbors in Brentwood-Darlington.

2019 Orange Egg Drop Event Registration Opens in March!

Save the date! Hopecity Church’s 8th Annual Egg Drop at Brentwood Park is Saturday, April 13th, 2019!

Registration Dates:

  • Sunday, March 10th: Pre-Registration in-person at Hopecity Church
  • Monday, March 11th: Open online registration (always free for the Brentwood Darlington neighbors – but it sells out in less than a day!)

Generous neighbors who purchase a donation ticket directly benefit the Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association.  Last year’s donation from this event was over $2,000!  The BDNA is grateful to Hopecity Church for using their event to give back to our neighborhood.

Lane Middle School Canned Food Drive

November 6th – December 7th, 2017, students at Lane Middle School will compete for a pizza party while helping gather food and personal items for the Oregon Food Bank and Lane Middle School’s Food Pantry.  To donate items, drop by Lane Middle School, check out their Facebook page, or email them.