These nonprofits focus on environmental education, conservation and advocacy.

18 Nonprofits
2,892 Donors
$468,641 Given so far

1000 Friends of Oregon $25,546 raised so far.
1000 Friends of Oregon works to build livable urban and rural communities, protect family farms and forests, and conserve natural areas. Our Portland for Everyone program advocates for public policies that provide abundant, diverse and affordable housing for all Portlanders.
350PDX $23,006 raised so far.
Building a diverse, grassroots movement to address the causes of climate disruption through justice-based solutions by inspiring, training and mobilizing people to act.
Columbia Riverkeeper $23,397 raised so far.
Columbia Riverkeeper protects and restores the water quality of the Columbia River and all life connected to it, from its headwaters to the Pacific Ocean.
Columbia Slough Watershed Council $8,057 raised so far.
Our mission is to protect and enhance the Columbia Slough and its watershed through community engagement, education and restoration.
Crag Law Center $17,774 raised so far.
Through a unique model of legal aid for the environment, Crag Law Center provides free and low-cost legal services to Native American tribes and environmental and community groups who are fighting to protect our wild places, clean water, communities and climate.
Ecology in Classrooms and Outdoors (ECO) $34,260 raised so far.
ECO inspires K-12 students to connect to our natural world by providing hands-on ecology enrichment programs. Through community service learning projects, outdoor exploration and experiential study, ECO empowers kids to become environmental stewards, advocates and leaders.
Ecotrust $17,100 raised so far.
Ecotrust is a catalyst for radical, practical change. We’re hard at work in Northwest forests, farms, rivers, oceans and cities, building new ways of doing business that create good jobs—while restoring the lands and waters we all depend on.
Oregon Cultural Trust Partner
Friends of the Columbia Gorge $129,635 raised so far.
To protect the scenic, natural, cultural and recreational resources of the Gorge by ensuring implementation of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act and other protective laws.
Oregon Cultural Trust Partner
Friends of Trees $40,580 raised so far.
Friends of Trees inspires people to improve the natural world around them through a simple solution: Planting trees. Together.
Ocean Blue Project $6,774 raised so far.
To protect and conserve our one world Ocean, beaches, and rivers, through education and awareness, by providing service learning projects, enhancing wildlife habitat, cleaning beaches and rivers, and by reducing pollution.
Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center $10,755 raised so far.
Our mission is to promote conservation through educational experiences in wilderness.
OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon $11,001 raised so far.
Building power for environmental justice and civil rights in our communities. We organize low-income people and people of color to achieve a safe and healthy environment in the places we live, work, learn, pray and play.
Oregon Environmental Council $26,462 raised so far.
To advance innovative, collaborative and equitable solutions to Oregon’s environmental challenges for today—and for future generations.
Trailkeepers of Oregon $21,127 raised so far.
Trailkeepers of Oregon (TKO) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and enhance the Oregon hiking experience through advocacy, stewardship, outreach and education.
Verde $5,605 raised so far.
Verde serves communities by building environmental wealth through social enterprise, outreach and advocacy. Our theory of change is that sustainability can be reinterpreted as an anti-poverty strategy.
Wallowa Resources $5,005 raised so far.
Empower rural communities to create strong economies and healthy landscapes through land stewardship, education and job creation.
Wild Salmon Center $29,327 raised so far.
To conserve healthy wild salmon rivers for the benefit of wildlife, communities, and economies. WSC is working to protect key parts of the Tillamook, Clatsop, and Elliott state forests, ensuring they continue to provide clean water, wildlife habitat, and recreation.
Willamette Riverkeeper $29,712 raised so far.
To make the Willamette River watershed healthy for fish and wildlife and safe for fishing and swimming—and to inform, involve and connect Oregonians with their river.