21 Nonprofits
4,409 Donors
$535,466 Given so far

Bicycle Transportation Alliance $45,490 raised so far.
Advocate for healthy, thriving communities where it is safe and easy for people to bike, walk and ride public transit.
Black Parent Initiative $11,391 raised so far.
Educate and mobilize the parents and caregivers of black and multiethnic children to ensure they achieve success. BPI helps parents stabilize their families and instill a new ethic of self-reliance, empowerment, voice and determination.
Black United Fund $11,093 raised so far.
Assist in the social and economic development of Oregon’s low-income communities and contribute to a broader understanding of ethnic and culturally diverse groups.
Community Cycling Center $51,113 raised so far.
Broaden access to bicycling and its benefits by helping build a vibrant community in which people of all backgrounds use bicycles to stay healthy and connected.
Community Warehouse $23,528 raised so far.
Help vulnerable neighbors become self-sufficient by providing them with essential household furnishings. Through partnerships with 200 social service agencies, Community Warehouse helps families and individuals recovering from homelessness, domestic violence, substance abuse, or other life-altering events to create a strong foundation at home.
Fund for Investigative Journalism $9,605 raised so far.
Support journalism at Portland's leading source of investigative and enterprise reporting.
Hacienda CDC $12,941 raised so far.
Provide culturally accessible affordable housing, homeownership support, economic advancement and educational opportunities for more than 3,000 individuals and families each year, roughly 60 percent of whom are Latino.
Impact NW $28,521 raised so far.
Help children, families, seniors and adults prosper through a community of support. Impact NW works closely with area schools, businesses, community-based organizations and governmental agencies to create a safety net and springboard for people to improve their quality of life and achieve independence.
JOIN $47,796 raised so far.
Support the efforts of homeless individuals and families to move off the streets and into permanent housing. Each year, JOIN helps more than 500 people transition into permanent housing and provides each household with supportive services to ensure its long-term stability.
Live Again $4,595 raised so far.
Reduce the number of suicides in Portland (a city with a suicide rate 25 percent higher than the national rate) by breaking down stigma and helping start important mental health conversations.
Mercy Corps Northwest and Action Center $56,627 raised so far.
Powered by the belief that a better world is possible, downtown’s Action Center brings Mercy Corps’ international work to life through interactive experiences. Mercy Corps Northwest trains and finances local businesses, supports formerly incarcerated individuals as they rebuild their lives in Portland, and prepares incarcerated women for successful re-entry.
Oregon Cultural Trust Partner
Oregon Humanities $19,430 raised so far.
Create opportunities for people to come together across difference through public conversations on issues key to Oregonians’ daily lives and the state’s future, a magazine devoted to exploring important and timely ideas, and partnerships with more than 150 other organizations statewide.
Oregon Walks $11,035 raised so far.
Work to ensure every citizen, regardless of income, ability or geography, can interact with their community by walking. Oregon Walks is dedicated to promoting walking and making the conditions for walking safe, accessible and attractive to everyone.
Q Center $13,131 raised so far.
As the largest LGBTQIA+ community center in the Pacific Northwest, Q Center champions the visibility, empowerment and well-being of LGBTQIA+ residents. With its many peer-based support groups and events, Q Center is an anchor for community members who are newly out or questioning their sexual or gender identity.
REACH Community Development $13,660 raised so far.
Create quality affordable housing and opportunities for individuals, families and communities to thrive. REACH’s vision is one where all people live in quality, affordable, sustainable homes, empowered to achieve goals and enjoying a strong sense of community.
Rebuilding Center $10,000 raised so far.
Inspire people to value and discover existing resources to strengthen the social and environmental vitality of community. The ReBuilding Center leverages its space, people, materials and resources to support community-owned actions for a more sustainable and equitable Portland.
Rose City Rollers $6,112 raised so far.
Serve women and girls who want to play the team sport of roller derby, connect with an inclusive community, and realize their power both on skates and off.
Rose Haven $13,272 raised so far.
Maintain a safe, respectful community while providing support and services to help women and children regain stability in their lives. Rose Haven operates a day shelter and community center serving women and children experiencing the trauma of abuse, homelessness and other disruptions.
Sisters Of The Road $85,130 raised so far.
Build authentic relationships and alleviate the hunger of isolation in an atmosphere of nonviolence and “gentle personalism.” Sisters works to nurture the whole individual while seeking systemic solutions that reach the roots of homelessness and poverty to end them forever.
Skate Like A Girl Portland $11,305 raised so far.
Build a more inclusive skateboarding community by offering a safe, empowering space to build confidence and leadership skills and to advocate for social justice. SLAG also runs free or low-cost, hands-on clinics where women and girls learn to skateboard in a supportive environment.
Street Roots $49,576 raised so far.
Create income opportunities for people experiencing homelessness and poverty by publishing a newspaper that is a catalyst for individual and social change. Each week, Street Roots provides more than 160 low-income and homeless individuals with an opportunity to earn an immediate and respectable income.

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