Rivermark’s 30th Anniversary Dough For Doernbecher Fundraiser

BEAVERTON, OR – For three decades, Rivermark Community Credit Union has partnered with the Safeway Clackamas Bread Plant and the Doernbecher Foundation to raise money for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. Each year, several thousand people look forward to getting all of their holiday baking done through Rivermark’s Dough For Doernbecher and the Safeway Bread Plant’s Cookie Bake.

The Safeway Bread Plant, which normally produces bread, mixes 30,000 pounds of cookie dough from donated ingredients. Much of the dough is used at the Cookie Bake event, where families buy 10 pounds of dough that they roll and shape on site at the Bread Plant. Safeway employees bake the cookies in their commercial ovens and Rivermark employees man the snack and frosting stations.

About 12,000 pounds of that cookie dough is packaged into 5 pound bags and sold online from Rivermark’s website. The cost is $7.00 for sugar cookie dough and $9.00 for chocolate chip cookie dough per bag. Orders for cookie dough can be placed at or at any Rivermark branch.

Dough for Doernbecher is Rivermark’s largest fundraising event of the year. And since 1983, Rivermark has raised over $500,000 through its Dough For Doernbecher fundraiser.

Rivermark Community Credit Union serves more than 64,000 members and has over $550 million in assets. Active in the community, Rivermark has been honored three consecutive years by the Portland Business Journal as one of Oregon’s top mid-size corporate philanthropy companies. Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in 11 Oregon counties. For more information on Rivermark, visit their website at

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