To reduce harmful industrial and mobile air pollution so that all Oregonians can breathe healthy air wherever they live, work and play. Neighbors works with impacted communities, raising awareness and supporting strong regulation at all levels of government.
Bottom Line for Portland
Portland's air is unhealthy because of preventable industrial and mobile pollution. Neighbors’ goal is for our air to be healthy for everyone, especially those most impacted by pollution: communities of color, low-income Portlanders, and vulnerable populations like our kids and elders.
"Clean air is a top priority for Multnomah County, because we have an air pollution problem that the state has failed to solve. We proudly partner with community groups like Neighbors for Clean Air to reach this important goal." —Deborah Kafoury, chair, Multnomah County Commission
How far does a $10 donation go with your organization?
$10 helps fund Neighbors’ small but effective staff who are legal, technical and policy experts.
How far does a $50 donation go with your organization?
$50 can help buy air-monitoring equipment, which Oregon needs a lot more of because the state isn’t meeting the need.