Our Charity Partners
Columbia Adventist Academy
Columbia Adventist Academy exists to provide the finest in Seventh-day Adventist secondary education. We welcome young people who see such an education as an important part of their Christian experience.
Columbia Gorge CASA
Too many children in Wasco, Hood River and Sherman counties have been removed from their homes and are living in foster care because they were abused and/or neglected by their parents.
Columbia Gorge CASA recruits, trains, and supports community volunteers to advocate for these children and ensure that they do not languish in the well meaning, but over burdened child welfare system. The trained volunteer, called a "CASA” (Court Appointed Special Advocate) is appointed by a judge to monitor the child's needs and well-being; ensure that needed services are provided; and that all court timelines are met. A volunteer stays with the child until they are placed in a loving permanent home. For many abused children, a CASA volunteer is the only consistent adult presence in their lives. Children who have a CASA volunteer are substantially less likely to spend time in long-term foster care and less likely to reenter care.
Columbia Gorge Racing Association
The mission of the Columbia Gorge Racing Association is to foster the sport of sailing in the Columbia River Gorge by providing professionally managed regattas for regional, national, and international competitors and high quality recreational and educational opportunities for the local community.
Columbia Land Trust
Columbia Land Trust conserves and cares for vital lands, waters, and wildlife of the Columbia River region. We focus our work from the John Day River east of the Cascades to the Pacific Ocean, reaching about 50 miles from the Columbia into both Oregon and Washington.
Community Cycling Center
The Community Cycling Center's mission is to broaden access to bicycling and its benefits.
Community Outreach, Inc.
Helping people help themselves lead healthy and productive lives since 1971
Community Partners - Affordable Housing
The mission of Community Partners for Affordable Housing is to promote a healthy environment through the development of permanent, affordable housing, sustainable growth and community-based partnerships.
Community Vision works with adults and families experiencing disabilities to provide individualized housing, supported living, employment and home ownership services. CVI programs are designed to allow each participant to reach his or her full potential. The services we provide can be as basic as helping with meals, hygiene, and mobility, or can include support with budgeting and bill paying, getting to and from daily errands or finding and maintaining employment. Individuals live in their own home and we tailor our direct support around their unique needs and goals.
Community Warehouse is your local, nonprofit furniture bank that collects and redistributes donated furniture and household goods to neighbors in need. Through partnerships with 200 social service agencies, families visit the Warehouse to get the essential furnishings they need to create more safe, comfortable, and happy homes. Clients include women escaping domestic violence, the elderly, people with mental and physical disabilities, refugee families, and the working poor. In the last 3 years alone, Community Warehouse has helped over 18,000 low-income people create safe and stable homes.
By putting used goods to good use every day, we make it possible for families to benefit from their neighbors' items that still have life to give. The ability to cook meals, eat together as a family at a kitchen table, and get a good night’s sleep on a bed with pillows and blankets all provide a step towards self-sufficiency.
Confluence Environmental Center
Confluence Environmental Center brings together streams of thought, action and people to make the environmental movement more robust, inclusive and effective. We work to address the environmental health concerns that disproportionately affect communities of color and low-income communities. We are advancing environmental justice to the Portland area through innovative partnerships and inspired action.
Congregation of Neveh Shalom
Congregation of Neveh Shalom: We are an egalitarian congregation dedicated to providing a home for traditional observance, study and gathering for Portland´s Jewish population. We strive to serve Judaism and our members through worship service, Jewish education for children and adults, social and cultural activities, special experiences for all ages and life cycle ceremonies.
Creator Lutheran Church
Creator Lutheran Church
God’s Work, Our Hands
Creston School Foundation
Since 1946, the Catholic Youth Organization and Camp Howard have served the youth of Western Oregon and Southwest Washington. More than 11,000 youth participate in our sports and camp programs each year. Through our programs participants learn self-worth and lifelong values.
Dead Dog Walking Pit Bull Rescue
We are a private 501(c)(3) Pit Bull rescue. We help area animal controls, other rescue groups, and stray animals find loving and permanent homes. We save dogs that have days and sometimes even minutes to live. Many Pit Bulls suffer in silence, they live on chains, are fought every week, and yet nothing is done. We are their voice, for they can not speak. Through education, spay and neuter programs we hope to make a huge difference.
Death with Dignity National Center
The mission of the Death with Dignity National Center is to promote Death with Dignity laws based on the model Oregon Death with Dignity Act, both to provide an option for dying individuals and to stimulate nationwide improvements in end-of-life care.
DePaul Industries’ mission is to help people with disabilities to have the opportunity to work.
Doernbecher Children’s Hosp. Foundation
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Mission is to provide the premier children's healthcare experience in our region through excellence in care, advocacy, innovation, education and research.
Domestic Violence Resource Center
The mission of the Domestic Violence Resource Center of Washington County is to educate, support, and empower survivors and their children who are affected by intimate partner violence by offering counseling, advocacy, shelter services, and community outreach.
Donate Life Northwest
To save lives and improve health through the promotion of organ, eye, and tissue donation.
Dress For Success Oregon
The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
EarthShare Oregon is a federation of over 70 leading local and national non-profit conservation groups that provide a convenient way for Oregonians to support the environment and healthy communities. Through EarthShare workplace campaigns, conservation groups reach new audiences and supporters in nearly 100 public and private organizations in Oregon. Since our founding in 1989, we have raised over $11 million for conservation.
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Inc
The mission of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon is to bring together Oregon's diverse faith community for dialogue, advocacy, and community ministries in service to God's people and creation.
Edison High School
Edison High School empowers students with learning differences to experience academic success and personal growth, while preparing them for the future.
Edwards Center, Inc.
A LIFETIME OF HOPE
It is our mission to enhance the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities by helping them reach their highest potential through training, education, employment, housing and social opportunities in safe, healthy and stimulating environments.
Elders In Action
Elders In Action, a powerful voice for local seniors, seeks to assure a vibrant community through the active involvement of older adults. Current programs address housing, healthcare, elder abuse and diabetes awareness, as well as a business certification program to determine if you are "elder friendly".
Emanuel Medical Center Foundation
The mission and values of Legacy Health
Our legacy is good health for:
We will work as a team to demonstrate our values:
Respect - Treat all people with respect and compassion
Service - Put the needs of our patients and their families first
Quality - Deliver outstanding clinical services within healing environments
Excellence - Set high standards and achieve them
Responsibility - Be good stewards of our resources, ensuring access to care for all
Innovation - Be progressive in our thinking and actions
Leadership - Serve as a role model of good health and good citizenship
Our mission is to leverage resources to create social, economic, and political equity for the LGBTQ community.
Our Vision: Equity prioritizes its funding to support organizations isolated from traditional funding sources as it represents the interests of the LGBTQ community and those that promote and celebrate diversity and inclusion. Equity's vision is to be the first choice for investment in positive social change for the LGBTQ community.
Established in 1968, Exceed Enterprises is a nonprofit organization that provides vocational and personal development services for people with disabilities. Exceed’s friendly staff provide a safe and nurturing environment for more than 220 adults.
Cultivating a world of success for people with disabilities.
Investing in the success of persons with disabilities through the creation of service and business ventures that return both social and economic dividends.
Family Foward Oregon
Our mission is to create a family-forward Oregon where all families can be economically secure and have the time it takes to care for a family. Today, too many families are forced to sacrifice one or the other. But we’re working hard to change that by engaging and partnering with parents, employers and policy-makers to create innovative, forward-thinking approaches to work and family.
Family Promise of Washington County
We are a family shelter committed to fair, respectful and unbiased treatment of participants of our services and programs. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, religion, race, sexuality or disability. When needed we try to accommodate special needs for the good of all participants, volunteers and staff.
Fanconi Anemia Research Fund
To find effective treatments and a cure for Fanconi Anemia and to provide education and support services to affected families worldwide.
First Baptist Church
It is the mission of First Baptist Church of Portland, Oregon to reach out as a caring family to people of diverse cultures — in Portland and around the world — helping all to know God and find fellowship with each other through Jesus Christ, to the glory of God.
First Image Pregnancy Resource Centers
Our Pregnancy Resource Centers exist to provide life-giving support to those facing unplanned pregnancy.
First United Methodist Church
Portland First United Methodist Church is a part a worldwide denomination known as the United Methodist Church. First Church is one of many congregations in the metro area and around the world. We are made stronger by our connection with other churches.
Fish Emergency Service
We provide emergency help to any and all persons who find themselves in difficulties because their basic needs cannot be met due to economic deprivation; and to assist, encourage and develop the connection for people to take action when a neighbor needs help because of illness, loneliness, old age, blindness, family disintegration, loss of employment and educational opportunity. No person shall be excluded from receiving assistance based on their race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital or family status.
Creating community for people in mental health recovery…since 1986. FolkTime’s mission is to provide a community that fosters wellness and promotes a healthy environment based on peer support and self determination. We offer a program of socialization and support created by and for its members. In a friendly and supportive atmosphere, members focus on developing the strengths, talents and skills needed to foster positive mental health, and gain optimum independence in their lives.
Food For Lane County
FOOD for Lane County is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit food bank founded in 1984 and dedicated to eliminating hunger by creating access to food. We accomplish this
by soliciting, collecting, rescuing, growing, preparing and packaging food for distribution through a network of more than 150 social service agencies and programs; through public awareness, education and community advocacy; and through programs designed to improve the ability of low-income individuals to maintain an adequate supply of wholesome, nutritious food. These programs include emergency food boxes, shelters, meal sites, rehabilitation facilities, nutrition education, gleaning and community gardens. We serve a diverse population of people living on limited incomes including children, families, seniors and single adults.
Forest Grove Community School
Forest Grove Community School fosters scholarship, stewardship and citizenship through engaging, relevant and active learning to help our students become educated and caring community members. Through classroom and real-world experiences we honor individual student needs and abilities, strive to educate the whole child, and emphasize student growth.
Fort Vancouver Regional Library
Fort Vancouver Regional Library District provides gateways to ideas, information and community interaction.
Franciscan Montessori Earth School
The Franciscan Montessori Earth School/Saint Francis Academy has been on the leading edge of private Montessori education in Portland for more than 35 years. We are the only accredited pre-K through 8th grade Catholic Montessori school in the Western US. We serve children ages 2 ½ through 14 on our 10 acre campus in SE Portland. Our Montessori curriculum is individualized, multi-aged and emphasizes ecology, the study of the interconnectedness of all living things. Our established gardens and close proximity to wilderness enhance our outdoor and environmental programs which include overnight camping trips for elementary and middle school students. We also offer a full complement of programs including before and after school childcare, nutrition, athletics, religion, art and music.
Franciscan Spiritual Center
Franciscan Spiritual Ministries is a ministry sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. Rooted in Gospel values and in the prophetic spirit of Francis and Clare, we seek to provide environments, experiences, and resources which enable persons to meet God in both stillness and activity. With hospitality, simplicity, and joy, we welcome all as brother and sister.
Our mission: We sustainably reuse technology, enable digital access, and provide education to create a community that empowers people to realize their potential.
Freedom House Ministries
Helping those who desire freedom from addictions and life-controlling problems.
Friendly House Inc.
Friendly House creates a thriving community by connecting people of all ages and backgrounds through quality educational, recreational, and other life-sustaining services.
Friends of Milwaukie Center
To be a link to resources for older adults and their families – and a place for the community to gather, grow and contribute.
Friends of Outdoor School
Since 1966, Outdoor School has been a vital component of Oregon's public education system. Each year, thousands of families count on the program to introduce their children to nature, ecology, the environment, natural resources, and animal and plant life while keeping them safe, healthy, comfortable and inspired. Unfortunately, schools do not always have the money to send their students to Outdoor School.
Friends of Outdoor School
Independent since 2011, Friends of Outdoor School is dedicated to preserving the Outdoor School (ODS) experience for all Oregon students regardless of a student's ability, experience, income or family background. We do this by raising funds, gathering volunteers, and building community partnerships on behalf of Outdoor School. www.friendsofoutdoorschool.org
Friends of the Children-Portland
To provide our most vulnerable children a stable relationship with a professional mentor for 12 1/2 years- from kindergarten to high school graduation. 12 1/2 years no matter what.
Friends of the Shelter Foundation
"Friends Of the Shelter Foundation" is a 501(c)(3). Friends of the Shelter Foundation works alongside local government, private charities and like minded pet owners to improve the conditions of animals, focusing on Multnomah County Animal Services.
Who we are
Founded in 1999, Furry Friends is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit, no-kill organization that rescues and adopts out homeless, relinquished, and abused cats in Clark County, Washington.Your tax deductible donations enable Furry Friends to: continue our rescue program, maintain shelter, educate the public, assist those on fixed incomes retain their cats, complete necessary records and files needed for compliance, and keep our volunteers aware and appraised of the latest techniques in our field. We care for them as long as it takes to find their forever home. We are an all-volunteer organization; there is no paid staff.
What we do
We rescue, care for and rehome approximately 150 to 200 cats annually. We provide housing, medical exams and treatment, medications, spay/neuter, food, and litter for the cats in our care.
The mission of Gallery Players or Oregon is to entertain, inform, and educate through the performing
arts thereby enriching the cultural life of those who live, work and play in Yamhill County.
We will do this by:
• producing quality performances that provide entertainment
• promoting an environment that encourages respect and fosters friendships
• educating performers, designers, and technicians, and
• developing talent in people of all ages
• inspiring creativity and artistic expression.