17 Nonprofits
4,692 Donors
$633,595 Given so far

Adventures Without Limits $9,769 raised so far.
Break down barriers to outdoor recreation and empower at-risk youth, individuals with physical and developmental disabilities, and seniors through kayaking, rafting, rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trips in the Pacific Northwest.
Baby Blues Connection $17,570 raised so far.
Provide free support, information and resources to women and families coping with pregnancy and postpartum depression, and to further support and educate the professionals who serve them.
De Paul Treatment Centers $14,439 raised so far.
Work with individuals, families and communities to create freedom from addiction. Each year, De Paul serves 2,400 adults, youth and their families through its full continuum of care for addiction treatment.
The Dental Foundation of Oregon $14,155 raised so far.
To improve oral health for Oregon’s children through a Tooth Taxi mobile dental clinic, which delivers free dental care and oral health education to low-income and uninsured kids at schools throughout the state.
Growing Gardens $23,125 raised so far.
Improve people’s lives and strengthen communities through the experience of gardening and growing food. Growing Gardens’ programs provide access to fresh, nourishing food, increased physical activity and improved health for low-income families, children in high-poverty schools and inmates in correctional facilities across Oregon.c
Living Yoga $12,966 raised so far.
Change lives by fostering healing and resilience in vulnerable and marginalized communities through trauma-informed yoga.
Meals on Wheels People $47,235 raised so far.
Enrich the lives of seniors and assist them in maintaining independence by providing nutritious food, human connections and social support.
Neighbors for Clean Air $4,523 raised so far.
Ensure every Oregonian can breathe clean, healthy air. By providing technical expertise and organizing Portlanders to speak up for the clean, healthy air they deserve, NCA believes it can create a more effective, health-based air regulatory framework and protect Portland’s air for generations to come.
North by Northeast Community Health Center $38,341 raised so far.
Improve health outcomes and advance health equity by offering primary care services, wellness activities, groups and support focused on the local African-American population.
Northwest Mothers Milk Bank $14,155 raised so far.
Improve the health and survival of the Northwest’s most vulnerable babies through the safe collection and distribution of human donor milk, and through education, advocacy and research.
Oregon Food Bank $138,702 raised so far.
Eliminate hunger and its root causes…because no one should be hungry.
Our House $5,101 raised so far.
Provide integrated health and housing services to people with HIV/AIDS. Guided by compassion, collaboration and respect, Our House provides 24-hour specialized care, adult foster care and independent housing with support services.
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette $188,761 raised so far.
Provide, promote and protect access to reproductive health care.
Portland Fruit Tree Project $19,778 raised so far.
Increase equitable access to healthful food and strengthen communities by empowering neighbors to share in the harvest and care of city-grown produce.
Southwest Community Health Center $20,100 raised so far.
Ensure quality health services to those lacking adequate resources through safety-net clinics in Southwest Portland and Hillsboro, providing low-income, uninsured individuals with preventive care, chronic disease management and referrals for specialty care, as well as women’s health and children’s immunization clinics.
Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation / Health Center $38,795 raised so far.
Provide high-quality, comprehensive and culturally appropriate primary health care to the communities of Washington and Yamhill counties, with emphasis on migrant and seasonal farmworkers and others with barriers to receiving care.
Wallace Medical Concern $26,080 raised so far.
Offer affordable, culturally appropriate health services, including primary care, pediatric care, urgent care, specialty care and oral care, at multiple locations in East Multnomah County and the metro area to very low-income and at-risk populations.

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