25th Cascade Festival of African Films



Your annual membership donation to the Cascade Festival of African Films helps bring African films and visiting film directors to Portland viewers free of charge every year. Donations in any amount are welcome and greatly appreciated.

Donate here today. You will be redirected to the Portland Community College Foundation’s secure donation site.

If you prefer to pay by check, please make your check payable to the PCC Foundation, earmarked “CFAF” or “Friends of CFAF,” and mail it to the PCC Foundation, P.O. Box 19000, Portland, OR 97280-0990.

By donating, you become a FRIEND OF CFAF, an important member of the community committed to sustaining the Cascade Festival of African Films. Friends of CFAF will receive invitations to receptions for visiting film directors and other events during the festival season as well as e-newsletters throughout the year with the latest festival news and developments.

Your contributions to the Cascade Festival of African Films are tax-deductible. Thank you very much for your support of the Cascade Festival of African Films!


To ensure that the Cascade Festival of African Films will forever enrich our community, Mary and Bob Holmström have created a dedicated endowment to fund the longest-running African Film Festival in the United States.

To celebrate the Festival’s 25th Anniversary in 2015, we are raising $25,000 to build the CFAF Endowment Fund. The campaign will run January 31, 2014, to March 7, 2015.

We are seeking 25 people to donate $1,000 each by March 7, 2015. We also welcome donations in any amount from as many people as possible to reach our goal of $25,000. If we meet this goal, a donor will make an additional gift of $10,000.

To learn more or to give, contact Mary Kalafatis, Managing Director at the PCC Foundation: mary.kalafatis@pcc.edu tel. 971-722-4450

Or, you can donate online right now.

Thank you for contributing to the CFAF Endowment Fund and helping build a permanent foundation of support for the Cascade Festival of African Films.