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The Oregon Club of Central Oregon (OCCO) is committed to raising non-profit funds for the University of Oregon Athletic Department (Duck Athletic Fund, or DAF), and its programs. Further, it is in existence for the purpose of supporting, backing, assisting and in all ways advancing the athletic teams and student-athletes of the University of Oregon. In that respect, the Club supports sportsmanship, character, and fair play developed by the student-athletes while they participate in the Athletic Programs of the University of Oregon.
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The name of the association is the Oregon Boosters Association, Inc, formed in 1978. The Oregon Boosters Association Inc, is an Oregon 501 C(3) non-profit corporation (EIN# 94-3180347). As such, we raise funds primarily through membership drives and special events. We are committed to seeing the Ducks continue to achieve athletic and academic excellence.


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