Friends of Willamette Week


Friends of Willamette Week supports independent, local journalism. 

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There’s no better way to keep a city vibrant and forward-looking than to pay attention to its core institutions. That’s one of the vital roles of local journalism. Willamette Week provides more than 300,000 newspaper and 2 million digital readers the information they need to make their worlds more understandable and enjoyable. We believe it is essential to continue this work and ask that you consider joining the 7,300-plus members of Friends of Willamette Week to help us fulfill our mission.


Please note: Friends of Willamette Week is not a nonprofit organization. If you would like to support our journalism and make a tax-deductible contribution, you can do so through our fiscal sponsorship with the Tides Foundation. Please designate your donation to the Journalism Fund for Willamette Week - 2038 at this link


“Few things are more critical to a sound public life than solid reporting. That's why Willamette Week now reaches more readers in the city of Portland than the daily newspaper. Friends of Willamette Week allows us to sustain that effort.” —Mark Zusman

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Willamette Week is committed to fostering and advancing an equitable, diverse, and inclusive environment—not only in the people we hire but also in the journalism we publish and the Portlanders and organizations we work with. 


Any contributions made between Dec. 9 and the end of the year will be matched up to $10,000.


Donors who give $250 or more Nov. 26-Dec. 31 will be entered to win one of three $100 gift cards to Portland Nursery.


Donors who give $250 or more Nov. 1-7 will be entered to win one of two $100 gift cards to Portland Nursery.

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Year Founded: 1974

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