Partners From the Beginning
We have made over $17 million in grants to youth, environment and community organizations in Hawaiʻi and Oregon and currently award nearly $3 million in grants each year.
Photo credit: Butch Haase, Moloka'i Land Trust
Our mission is working with Oregonians to enhance our quality of life by building livable urban and rural communities, protecting family farms and forests, and conserving natural areas.
350PDX exists to address capitalist and political systems where profits trump people, false climate solutions are written by those protected from climate chaos, and the climate movement is steeped in white supremacy culture. We solve these problems by centering the needs of frontline communities in our campaigns and programs, while being co-conspirators in the fight for social and racial justice.
A Family For Every Child is dedicated to finding loving, permanent families for every waiting foster child.
ABC House is the Children's Advocacy Center serving Benton & Linn Counties. We provide high-quality child abuse assessments and support services for local children and youth when there are concerns of abuse and neglect.
Adelante Mujeres is working to build a more just society by empowering Latinas to lead.
Aloha Harvest is the largest food rescue and redistribution organization in Hawaiʻi, getting quality excess food into stomachs instead of landfills. Free of charge and free of liability, we pick up quality excess food from donors (ex: wholesale distributors, grocery stores, restaurants, hotels) and redistribute it to recipient agencies feeding the hungry (ex: homeless shelters, social services, food pantries).
Hawaiʻi is a wonderland of natural beauty. But look a little closer, and you'll discover that no place on Earth is home to more bird species under threat of extinction. Since humans arrived, 95 of 142 bird species found nowhere else have become extinct on Hawaiʻi. Thirty-three of Hawaiʻi's remaining 44 endemic birds are listed under the Endangered Species Act. We maintain our long-term commitment to protect the remaining crucial habitat for native Hawaiian birds.
At the American Cancer Society, we’re on a mission to free the world from cancer. Until we do, we’ll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention.
American Military Encouragement Network provides assistance and encouragement to homeless veterans active and reserve military personnel service men and women, and military families in Oregon and SW Washington.
Salmon in the Pacific Northwest’s Snake River are teetering on the brink of extinction because of four dams on the lower Snake that have blocked their migration for 50 years. American Rivers is supporting calls from Native American tribes across the region to remove the dams.
A great place to express your creative self and enjoy the creative work of others. Located in the heart of Eastern Oregon, our beautifully restored 1916 Carnegie Library building overlooks the Umatilla River at the north end of Pendleton’s charming downtown.
Assistance League of Bend is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization making a difference in the lives of children and adults dealing with poverty, homelessness, and cancer in Deschutes County.
We are an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming lives and strengthening our local Clatsop County community.
Bags of Love provides necessities and comfort items to children who are in crisis due to neglect, abuse, poverty or homelessness.
Our mission is to nurture rural children to be safe, families to be successful, and to empower parents to be their best selves.
Bandon School District 54: Ocean Crest Elementary, Harbor Lights Middle and Bandon High School
Be College Ready is a non-profit corporation 501(c)(3) that aims to help students and families navigate the process of preparing and applying for college and university. We spend many hours applying for grants so that we can provide this service on a sliding scale to all who need help with the college process.
Working together to create a navigable paddle trail in Deschutes County that will enhance river and lake recreation and appreciation for a wide variety of recreational water enthusiasts.
Bend-Redmond Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to providing affordable homeownership opportunities for families and individuals in Bend and Redmond.
Bethlehem Inn is a community-supported, high barrier emergency shelter that provides a warm, safe place to sleep, nourishing meals, and case management services for adults and children experiencing homelessness in Central Oregon.
Beyond Pesticides is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., which works with allies in protecting public health and the environment to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides.
Beyond Pesticides has served as a policy and information resource for communities and organizations across Hawaiʻi for years. We strive to continue bringing our resources and years of experience across the United States to support grassroots efforts and priorities driven by local leaders in communities across Hawaiʻi.
While our programs vary, they are all designed to provide one-to-one mentoring experiences to build friendships and to make a positive impact on the child’s life.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaiʻi supports children ages 6-16 years old who have faced adversity in their young lives and experienced the loss of a valuable connection. Our youth-centered program helps children to create goals that mentors can help them achieve.
Bishop Museum inspires our community and visitors through the exploration, celebration, and perpetuation of the extraordinary history, culture, and environment of Hawaiʻi and the Pacific.
The mission of the Black United Fund of Oregon is to assist in the social and economic development of Oregon's underserved communities and to contribute to a broader understanding of ethnic and culturally diverse groups.
Blanchet House offers food, shelter and aid to all those in need of a safe place to be nourished and restored.
Bloomin’ Boutique gives new clothes, bedding and other supplies to children ages 0-18 whose lives are in upheaval due to family poverty, parent job loss, homelessness, mental health challenges, domestic violence, or child abuse and neglect.
We’re a local nonprofit powering the transition to 100% clean energy in Hawaiʻi and leading the way for global change. We find creative ways to remove the obstacles that stand between us and a future free from fossil fuels.
BodyVox is known for its visual virtuosity, distinctive wit and unique ability to combine dance, theater and film into breathtaking productions rich in imagery, athleticism and humor.
Book Trust uniquely delivers choice and ownership of books to children from low-income communities, increasing their literacy skills and fostering life-long learning.
The most powerful support in the world is family. We're committed to ensuring every child grows up with a family of their own.
Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island offers children throughout Hawaiʻi Island a fun, safe and supervised place after school to be engaged, to learn and to grow. We offer daily homework support, enrichment and wellness programming, recreational physical activity, out-of-school educational classes, and daily nutritional supplementation.
Boys to Men offers teenage boys a variety of trained group mentors and Journeymen (boys who’ve advanced in the program) as role models and understanding peers. This powerful group support helps boys face their challenges, make good choices, and grow into good men in service to themselves, their families, and the community.
The opportunity to build a better life and brighter future free from domestic violence.
Bridge Meadows develops and sustains intentional, intergenerational communities for youth formerly in foster care, adoptive families, and elders, building place, permanence, and shared social purpose one community at a time.
Today, we focus on the urgent issues of consumption, climate change, and community resiliency.
Building Blocks 2 Success inspires underrepresented youth through Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Caldera’s mission is to be a catalyst for the transformation of youth through innovative year-round arts and environmental programs. Caldera’s programs nurture creativity and ignite self-expression, transforming the way that youth engage in their lives, families, and communities.
We believe in the inspirational power of the outdoors to break down barriers, foster connections, learn from each other, and grow as a community.
We advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children who are in custody of the state and under the protection of the court. We dedicate our resources to recruiting, training, and supporting citizen advocates to provide quality advocacy to as many children as we can.
We provide services to people residing in Benton and Linn Counties. Casa Latinos Unidos is the only community-based organization that is culturally-specific in both counties. We provide free or low-cost basic needs services and culturally-specific programs exclusively to the Latino and Latinx community.
For more than three decades, CAP has earned its place as an established part of the community and a leader in the fight against HIV, garnering local trust and national respect.
Through legal, policy, research, education and community organizing initiatives, the CFS Hawaiʻi Program works to protect human health and the environment from the harmful impacts of industrial agriculture on the Islands, and promote a vibrant local food system by supporting sustainable farming, soil restoration and seed saving projects. As a partner of Hawaiʻi-based organizations for over a decade, CFS has leveraged our national resources to support the growing movement of community members fighting for a safe and biodiverse food system.
We use litigation, advocacy, research and education to protect everything that is precious in Oregon and Washington State.
The Center for Sustainable Infrastructure supports and accelerates sustainable infrastructure innovation and development in the Pacific Northwest. Our mission is to catalyze state-of-the-art sustainable infrastructure solutions that help communities of every kind thrive economically, socially, and environmentally.
Chess for Success is a youth development program. Through learning chess, students develop high-level critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
Our mission is to advance child literacy, encourage family bonding, and ignite curiosity through the power of books.
By providing medical examinations and forensic interviews, we support Clackamas County children and families experiencing suspected physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect, including drug endangerment and witness to violence.
Our innovative and inclusive healing arts programs are provided free of charge to children, teens and families affected by pediatric illness, disability or special need.
The Foundation works toward creating a collaborative environment of improvement among member practices to deliver the highest quality care for all children.
Through advocacy, research, policy, and practice, Children’s Institute works to ensure that young children have the programs and services they need to nurture their love of learning and prepare them for success in school and beyond.
Children's Relief Nursery prevents the cycle of child abuse and neglect through early intervention that focuses on building successful and resilient children, strengthening parents, and preserving families.
Clackamas Service Center is an inclusive "one-stop" community center for individuals and families seeking food relief and resources for improved health, dignity, and stability.
Reconnecting survivors of domestic and sexual violence with the safety and well-being they deserve.
As a Northwest-based nonprofit, Climate Solutions advances local, statewide, and regional action on climate and clean energy through championing transformational policies and innovations and catalyzing powerful partnerships. We advocate for innovative and equitable policy solutions to reduce pollution and create clean energy jobs and climate-resilient communities across the state.
The Coalition of Communities of Color addresses the socioeconomic disparities, institutional racism and inequity of services experienced by our families, children and communities; and to organize our communities for collective action resulting in social change to obtain self-determination, wellness, justice and prosperity.
We serve and strengthen the land trust community in Oregon.
Through patient-centered care, community partnerships, and advocacy for effective public policy, CODA is dedicated to treating people whose health and quality of life are compromised by alcohol and drugs.
Only 28% of Oregon students from low-income backgrounds participate in college. We’re working to increase that number.
Columbia Land Trust conserves and cares for the Northwest places you love—the places that provide all of us well-being and an unrivaled quality of life.
Columbia Riverkeeper’s mission is to protect and restore the water quality of the Columbia River and all life connected to it.
It is our mission at Common Ground Collective to transform Maui into a bountiful and productive island that benefits both the environment and the people who live here, for generations to come.
We offer community programs that get more of our neighbors feeling the freedom of two wheels. We teach kids and adults how to ride safe, be their own bike mechanics, and get more confident behind the handlebars.
We work to make communities a place where everyone can earn, learn, and belong.
We believe there are enough beds, blankets, pots and pans, and furnishings circulating in our community for everyone. We connect these donated household items to neighbors in need, creating stronger homes and brighter futures for all.
Confluence connects you to the history, living cultures, and ecology of the Columbia River system through Indigenous voices.
From our beginnings as a small collection of scientists, planners, and landowners, to our organization today with over 5500 members from all walks of life, we have always strived to protect Hawaiʻi’s native species, advance biosecurity, and preserve the ecosystems that are foundational to our lāhui.
An education non-profit that builds student-led Design Challenges supported by local and regional industry partners, we surface and celebrate student “solutions” that have real impact in the world while developing curriculum and instructional tools that make design challenges fun and accessible for teachers.
Through programs focused on environmental literacy, food and farming education, local food security, energy efficiency and climate action, the CEC has established itself as a regional leader in the environmental movement.
We are Central Oregon’s aging experts – ensuring that all of us have access to the supports, services, and resources we need as we age.
Through a unique model of “legal aid for the environment,” Crag provides free and low-cost legal services to people who are working on the ground to protect our environment, climate and communities.
Our mission is to provide an affordable, college preparatory, faith-based education to young men and women throughout the Portland metro area with limited financial resources.
Deep & Beyond creates opportunities through our adaptive snorkel days for people in need so that they may explore nature, participate in adventure activities, and experience freedom.
Deschutes Children’s Foundation provides the space and support where nonprofits succeed at helping children and families.
The Deschutes Land Trust's mission is to conserve and care for the lands and waters that sustain Central Oregon, so local communities and the natural world can flourish together for generations to come.
Domestic Violence Action Center makes a difference in the lives of island families, children and marginalized communities across the State.
A Child Abuse Intervention Center Serving Douglas County.
At Dougy Center, you will find support, resources, and connection before and after a death.
Earthjustice is the premier nonprofit public interest environmental law organization.
Earthjustice Mid-Pacific: Located in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, Earthjustice’s Mid-Pacific office has worked for more than 30 years to safeguard a natural and cultural heritage unique to Hawaiʻi and the greater Pacific region.
Earthrise provides low or no cost legal services for nonprofit conservation organizations in virtually the entire spectrum of environmental and natural resources law, from protecting endangered species and ecosystems to preventing and reducing air and water pollution.
Eastern Oregon Regional Arts Council offers arts learning opportunities for rural schools in its 10-county service area as well as on-site art classes, exhibits, and cultural events to the local community.
Ecotrust partners with local communities across the Northwest to put bold, transformative ideas into action.
Committed to mutual respect and understanding, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon brings together diverse communities of faith to learn, serve and advocate for justice, peace and the integrity of creation.
The Education Foundation mobilizes community resources to fund innovative academic STEM, art, music & wellness programs that go beyond our normal school funding at the 36 schools within the Bend-La Pine School District and bridges the gap to the business community for education.
The Elakha Alliance was formed by tribal, nonprofit, and conservation leaders with a shared belief in a powerful vision: an Oregon coast 50 years from now where our children and grandchildren co-exist along with a thriving sea otter population and a robust and resilient marine ecosystem.
Our mission is to teach and frame STEAM and nature based education through a lens that centers and elevates the stories, ways of knowing, individual needs, and lived experiences of Black and Brown communities.
Environment Hawaiʻi is a monthly newsletter on environmental issues in Hawaiʻi.
Equal Opportunity Schools’ mission is to ensure that students of color and low-income students have equitable access to America’s most academically intense high school programs and succeed at the highest levels.
Ethos believes that all kids deserve access to the benefits of music education. We offer sliding scale music lessons from our headquarters in North Portland and facilitate music outreach programs for students in Oregon’s underserved rural and urban areas.
FAN advocates link children and families to critical basic need services with the goal of keeping children healthy and in school.
As the Relief Nursery serving Marion and Polk counties, Family Building Blocks is the first and only organization to implement Therapeutic Classrooms and Therapeutic Home Visitation for infants and toddlers in our community.
Family Forward was founded in 2009 by a group of mothers, based on the belief that a lack of support for the work of caregiving is a key – though overlooked – underlying factor in the perpetuation of racism, sexism, and poverty.
Our Mission is to serve anyone who needs nutritious meals in a safe and caring environment.
Family Programs Hawaiʻi is a unique non-profit agency remaining true to its origins of providing quality care to the children of Hawaiʻi. Our goal is that every child in Hawaiʻi has the opportunity to reach his or her full potential – especially children who are in or may become involved in foster care.
We are Family Promise of Hawaiʻi, transforming the lives of housing insecure families because every child deserves a home.
Family Support Hawaiʻi was founded in 1979 by members of the community who were concerned about the life-long consequences of child abuse and neglect.
Farm Link Hawai‘i offers local groceries, delivered. We connect local growers and buyers via our innovative online marketplace and supply-chain infrastructure, making it easy for Oʻahu families to discover and purchase local food. Our core purpose is to make Hawai‘i prosperous, healthy, and resilient.
Financial Beginnings empowers youth and adults to take control of their financial futures.
Reducing hunger by engaging our community to create access to food.
FoodCorps is dedicated to creating a best-in-class model for what healthy school food environments look like. In the process, we seek to serve as a resource to researchers across the school food field, and to inspire culture shifts and policy change.
FoodWaves cultivates food justice and access to healthy food in Clackamas County and the surrounding communities.
Guided by the Greater Forest Park Conservation Initiative, the Forest Park Conservancy maintains trails, restores native habitat, and inspires community appreciation and future stewardship for generations to come.
We envision a better Oregon that hears, values, and cares for every child. Communities, policymakers, system leaders, and philanthropy forge networks of trust, honor Oregon’s complexity, and move as one to remedy the historical and emerging injustices facing children.
Free Geek has a mission to sustainably reuse technology, enable digital access, and provide education to create a community that empowers people to realize their potential.
A nonprofit community center and social service agency in Portland, Oregon.
A place for Hawaiʻi's native plant species to grow and thrive, ensuring a place for recreation, education, and scientific research for all. And, very importantly, by offering a beautiful place of cultural significance to our community, we want to foster pride in the many accomplishments of Hawaiʻi's first people and encourage a new generation of cultural practitioners to step forward.
Friends of Family Farmers advances policies and programs that protect, promote and sustain resilient and economically viable community agricultural systems in Oregon.
We are part of a proud tradition of international Arts and agricultural inspired education. At Kona Pacific we have the privilege of educating children and young adults according to deeply insightful scientific principles of child development.
Friends of the Children is an international nonprofit organization that selects and invites youth – all of whom have unique talents, interests and dreams, and face multiple systemic obstacles – to be paired with a paid, professional mentor called a Friend.
Friends of the Children connects children – all of whom have unique talents – to a paid, professional mentor called a Friend. We hire and train Friends whose full-time jobs are to support our youth to succeed, despite the extremely challenging situations most experience, from as early as age 4 through high school graduation – 12+ years, no matter what.
We facilitate a vision of lokahi ~ harmony and balance ~ among the diverse people of Hawaiʻi and encourage each person to contribute their deepest values, to create shared vision, and to continuously improve our communities.
Building community, leveraging human and natural resources through creating economic, social and environmental opportunity—this is the work of the Garden Island Resource Conservation and Development, Inc.
Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest provides life-changing programs and experiences for youth ages 6-18 that help them grow up healthy, educated, and independent.
Greater Hells Canyon Council is a grassroots conservation organization founded in 1967 to stop Hells Canyon and the Snake River from being dammed. Not only did we stop the dam, our advocacy helped to create the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.
Our programs aim to advance a racially just future for learning because equitable education is a right.
Cultivating a healthy community by strengthening local agriculture and improving access to nutritious, affordable food.
Growing Gardens uses the experience of growing food in schools, backyards and correctional facilities to cultivate healthy, equitable communities.
Guardian Group’s mission is to prevent and disrupt the sex trafficking of women and children while enabling partners to identify victims and predators in the United States.
Habitat For Humanity Hawaiʻi Island is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
Providing affordable housing to the Rogue Valley since 1987
Hale Kipa has served more than 67,000 youth throughout Hawaiʻi since its beginning in 1970 as a single shelter on O‘ahu. This includes working in partnership with public agencies and private organizations to provide residential, outreach, and foster care services at no cost.
Conceived in direct response to the community’s desire to maintain its rural lifestyle based on sustainable family farms, Hāmākua Harvest will provide a whole-systems, integrated agricultural hub, market, and teaching model for the community at large.
Hanalei Elementary School's mission is to empower the school community to take responsibility for meeting the educational needs of all our students and to foster a desire for life-long learning.
The Hawaiʻi Marine Education and Research Center was co-founded by kamaʻaina resident scientists, Drs. Robin Martin and Greg Asner, in 2017 with funding from grants, trusts, and the Heinz Award for the Environment. MERC members participate in a wide range of activities including coastal and reef cleanups, rejuvenation of native coastal vegetation, and Makai Watch. Volunteers receive training in first responder techniques, safe ocean practices, coastal and marine ecology, and reporting for law enforcement.
At HTA, we believe in a transformative education that utilizes innovative approaches, fosters strong interpersonal relationships, empowers students to create their unique paths, and focuses on the whole child.
Nonprofit intermediary that works to build the capacity of families and communities so that they have choice and control to achieve social, economic, and environmental justice.
Our mission is to catalyze community empowerment and systemic change towards valuing people and ʻāina ahead of corporate profits.
Hawaiʻi Appleseed is working to build a more socially just Hawaiʻi, where everyone has genuine opportunities to achieve economic security and fulfill their potential. We change systems that perpetuate inequality and injustice through policy development, coalition building and advocacy.
Hawaiʻi Audubon Society is a nonprofit membership organization that fosters community values to protect and restore native wildlife and ecosystems and conserve natural resources through education, science and advocacy in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific.
The mission of the Hawaiʻi Forest Institute is to promote the health and productivity of Hawaiʻi’s forests through forest restoration, educational programs, information dissemination, and support for scientific research.
The Hawaiʻi Institute of Pacific Agriculture (HIP Agriculture) is a conscious movement of inspired individuals living a model of sustainability through direct engagement with the earth and service to youth and communities.
Hawaiʻi Investment Ready supports the people and organizations addressing Hawaiʻi’s social and environmental opportunities by accelerating social enterprise impact and access to investment.
Hawaiʻi Land Trust protects the lands that sustain Hawaiʻi, and teaches future generations to do the same. We believe that we share a common destiny with the land, and the well-being of ourselves and our children depends on the health of the land. The future is our kuleana.
Hawaiʻi Preparatory Academy is a co-educational, college-preparatory, day and boarding school that serves kindergarten through 12th grade, plus a postgraduate year.
In 2012, the organization moved from a singular focus on tobacco issues to a broader public health mission and became the first and only public health institute serving Hawaiʻi.
The Hawaiʻi State Coalition Against Domestic Violence advances the safety and healing of victims, survivors and their families. We are the collective voice of a diverse network of organizations and individuals, working to eliminate all forms of domestic violence in Hawaiʻi
Hawaiʻi Ulu Cooperative is a farmer-owned cooperative with 80+ members on Hawaiʻi Island and Maui that is dedicated to revitalizing ulu (breadfruit) as a viable crop and dietary staple for the islands.
We provide medical and rehabilitative care to all species of native birds and the Hawaiian hoary bat, along with contingency planning, emergency response, training, research assistance, and more. HWC serves all major and minor Hawaiian Islands, extending to Midway and Kure Atoll.
Hawaiʻi Youth Symphony Our Mission is to help youth develop to their fullest potential through orchestral music, in the setting of our Islands' unique culture.
In today's world, computers lead to education and opportunities. To date we have provided 700 computers to low-income and homeless students.
Our mission is to build the capacity of low- and moderate-income communities to achieve and sustain economic self-sufficiency with a particular focus on Native Hawaiians. We operate Financial Opportunity Centers throughout the State of Hawai‘i, providing financial counseling, income supports, and employment and entrepreneurship coaching to low- and moderate-income households and communities.
Our mission is simple. We inspire and empower positive change in the lives of young people through jobs, education, and stewardship.
At High Desert Partnership, we talk a lot about collaboration because it works. Since 2005, by working together we’ve found practical ways to tackle some of our community’s hardest challenges—restoring forests and wetlands, mitigating wildfire, creating opportunities for youth, and growing our local economy. And we’ll continue working together to take on whatever challenges lie ahead.
When the Navy’s last naval air station in the Hawaiian Islands ended 57 years of service, the Section 106 and base closure processes resulted in the preservation of Native Hawaiian archaeological sites and access to previously restricted cultural sites for Native Hawaiians and the public through development of the Kalaeloa Heritage Park.
Since the beginning Hoa ʻĀina O Mākaha, “Land Shared in Friendship,” has centered its focus on supporting family, community self-reliance and peace making on the Waiʻanae Coast.
Ho‘okua‘āina is a community group using ancient Hawaiian traditions of kalo cultivation to engage and improve the lives of today’s youth.
Hoʻōla Nā Pua (New Life for Our Children) was founded to shine light on the dark criminal enterprise of sex trafficking, placing the health of Hawaiʻi’s youth at the center of our mission and vision for our community.
HOLLA is a mentorship movement that connects with families, administrators, teachers, and nonprofits to recognize the power and potential of Black and Brown youth.
Hope & Safety Alliance provides trauma informed and survivor centered services to all survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
We increase the health and economic security of Latinos in Lane County, Oregon by providing opportunities and training in organic agriculture and business creation to families.
The Hui Mālama o ke Kai Foundation was created as a grass-roots effort in 1998 by volunteer community members of Waimānalo and now offers culture-based youth, family, and community development programs.
Our long-range goal for the club is to establish a permanent Canoe Hale (Home) on the Wailua River, and thereby ensure that generations of children and adults will have the opportunity to learn traditional Hawaiian Cultural Values.
Human Solutions counters the forces that keep people and communities in poverty by building relationships and assets that create opportunity – today and for future generations.
H4A works to ensure our houseless neighbors have an equal voice in creating more equitable access to the basic public resources required for human dignity, including water, sewer, and waste management services.
Imago Theatre's mission is to create theatre that transcends the limits associated with language, age and even gravity and other laws of the real world.
IRCO's mission is to promote the integration of refugees, immigrants and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy and inclusive multi-ethnic society.
Impact NW’s mission is to prevent homelessness by partnering with people as they navigate their journey to stability and opportunity. Each year, we support approximately 20,000 vulnerable individuals of all ages and backgrounds to avoid the trauma of displacement.
Our programs and staff assist children and their families overcome developmental learning challenges in their most critical formative years using play-based instruction designed to help them move forward.
Academic excellence and personal growth flourish in an atmosphere that is challenging and competitive, yet caring and nurturing.
We help divested young people build the capacity to rise to the challenges of life.
Iwikua serves as an educational and cultural resource for sustainable food production, wellness, and community enhancement to benefit west Kauaʻi and future generations.
Janus Youth Programs is a leader in creating innovative, community-based services which enhance the quality of life for children, youth, and families. We work in partnership with others to create a safe and healthy community.
Jericho Road is a non-profit organization that has been serving the community of Redmond, Oregon since 2007.
JOIN exists to support the efforts of individuals and families experiencing homelessness to transition into permanent housing.
Juniper was once called Pilot Butte Elementary. We are located on the west side of Pilot Butte and have a creative campus of five separate buildings at different levels and wonderful activity areas.
We are a private, non-profit preschool serving the families of the Big Island’s Hamakua Coast.
Based on Molokai, Ka Honua Momona’s mission is to be a model of sustainability mauka a makai (from the mountains to the sea).
Kahea The Hawaiian Environment Alliance is a community-based organization working to improve the quality of life for Hawai‘i's people and future generations through the revitalization and protection of Hawaiʻi's unique natural and cultural resources.
Kaʻahahui ‘o Ka Nāhelehele’s mission is to advocate for the perpetuation of Hawaiʻi's dry forest ecosystems, and the many often endangered plants, birds and insects that live within these communities.
KairosPDX cultivates and illuminates the next generation of diverse leaders to build a better future for all. Our approach of dismantling structural racism to create lasting change includes policy advocacy, non-discriminatory training, and professional development services.
The mission of the food bank is to educate, provide nutritious food for the hungry, and respond to emergencies.
Kauaʻi Independent Daycare Service School’s mission is to meet each child’s developmental needs which includes, physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development.
Kauaʻi Path, Inc. is a community organization with the vision of Kauaʻi residents working together to preserve, protect, and extend access island-wide through the design, implementation, and stewardship of non-motorized multi-use paths.
Building Kauaʻi’s foundational resource – our young people – will ensure that they have the opportunity to achieve a robust quality of life for themselves and their ohana. In addition, Kauaʻi will be positioned with a strong, diverse workforce who will care for our aina and help our island economy thrive.
The Marine Mammal Center advances global ocean conservation through rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research, and education.
We are dedicated to the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of child abuse.
Kids Club of Harney County's mission is to provide a safe and enriching out of school environment for youth that prepares them for success in academics and life by offering support and guidance as they learn the responsibility of healthy life choices.
Kids Hurt Too Hawaiʻi offers a free and safe place for children & youth with grief and trauma, ages 3 – 24, as well as support for their caregivers.
Empowering the kids of Kona by teaching ownership of mind, body and goals.
We serve over 500 children annually with innovative and individualized outpatient therapy, helping children work through the trauma of foster care and adoption, connect with safe adults in their lives, and thrive.
We envision families working in harmony together to preserve and enhance the traditional cultural practices of the Hawaiʻian people. To this end, we conduct culturally-based agricultural and resource management projects from mauka to makai.
Klamath Bird Observatory achieves bird conservation in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the ranges of our migratory birds.
The Klamath Lake Land Trust advocates for South Central Oregon’s forest, wetlands, deserts, and watersheds, through restoration, land acquisition, conservation easements, ecologically informed land management, and public education.
Klamath-Lake CARES is where prevention, intervention, and healing can begin for children and their families.
We, at the Koa Clinic of Integrative Healing, are a team of practitioners who collaborate together to help each client live a life they love living. We offer a full spectrum of health services to support body, mind and spirit to reach each client’s goals.
The Kohala Center is an independent, community-based nonprofit focused on research, education, and ‘āina stewardship for healthier ecosystems.
The purpose of the Kohanaiki Community Halau is to provide a space for educational community events
Our mission is to provide students with experiences that will enhance their appreciation for and understanding of their environment so they will be lifelong stewards of the earth.
Together we work to advance health, to inspire healing, to foster reconciliation, and to celebrate abundance in the ahupua'a of Kalihi through strong relationships that honor culture and place.
Our mission is to serve as a hub of culturally-based regenerative agriculture in West Hawaiʻi.
Kuaʻaina Ulu ʻAuamo is an innovative, community-based initiative for protecting, restoring and caring for Hawaiʻi. Our unique native species, ecosystems and island way of life in Hawaiʻi are deeply interconnected, and are at the heart of what makes these islands “home.”
Kuʻikahi Mediation Center Helps Individuals, Families, Organizations, Businesses, Schools, And Others To Find Creative Solutions To Challenging Situations.
Our mission is to empower youth to serve their communities through character-building, service-learning, and environmental stewardship opportunities that encourage pono (integrity) with Ke Akua (God), self, and others.
The La Pine Community Kitchen provides a free nutritious meal, every week day, in a safe and caring environment. We are an inclusive organization where everyone is welcome.
We are a Latino-led education organization, grounded in culturally-specific practices and services, that lifts up youth and families to reach their full potential.
The Lincoln County Children's Advocacy Center was founded in 1997 to offer child abuse intervention and assessment services in a safe, neutral and supportive environment, for children who are suspected of being abused or neglected.
Literary Arts is a community-based nonprofit with a mission to engage readers, support writers, and inspire the next generation with great literature.
The mission of LIK Operation Roam is to provide an opportunity for BIPOC individuals to step into the realm of public land and freshwater conservation. Historically, BIPOC voices were not invited to government spaces where the decisions were made about land and wildlife and indigenous policies.
Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke is an award-winning vocational training program for K-12 youth and graduates of our programs in Hāna, Maui—an isolated community on the island’s east coast with over two-thirds its population of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
We are building a future of māʻona, of plenty, by connecting youth and land through the daily practice of aloha ʻāina, empowering youth to succeed in college and secure sustaining careers, and growing organic produce that yields individual and communal vitality.
Maiden Voyage Productions fosters the growth of compassionate, informed and engaged citizens of the world through making films, doing service work and sharing interactions with diverse local and global communities.
Mālaʻai cultivates connections between people, land, culture and food in school gardens.
The mission of Mālama ʻAina Foundation is to prepare communities to excel in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics), through the application of traditional values and cultural practices.
Mālama Kauaʻi is a community-based, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that focuses on increasing local food production and access for Kauaʻi.
Since 1973, Maui Hui Mālama has helped youth in Maui overcome personal challenges and barriers to educational success. The organization has supported more than 26,000 young people find purpose, complete educational milestones, gain employment, and find pathways to healthy, productive lives.
Our mission is to perpetuate the Native Hawaiian culture through education, land stewardship, and community building, while sustainably restoring our precious natural resources.
Mālama Maunalua is committed to restoring the health of Maunalua Bay through habitat restoration, science and planning, and education and outreach.
Mālama Pono Health Services mission is to provide individualized, compassionate health care services and education to meet the evolving needs of those on Kauai.
The Malin Community Service Club is a non-profit service organization that helps to promote and serve the town of Malin and the surrounding area.
We are a network of community and partner groups across Maui Nui that care for ecosystems on which Hawaiʻi's people depend
Maui Youth & Family Services provides youth with opportunities to succeed within a safe and supportive environment.
The Deschutes River Athletic Complex in Maupin, Oregon will be a world class facility in an extremely unique environment and location.
We enrich the lives of seniors, and assist them in maintaining independence, by providing nutritious food, human connections and social support. We also use our expertise and capacity to serve other nutritionally at-risk populations.
Metropolitan Family Service helps people move beyond the limitations of poverty, inequity and social isolation.
Our mission is to inspire hope in our neighbors and community by fostering programs to meet community needs.
Minds Matter connects driven and determined students from low-income families with the people, preparation, and possibilities to succeed in college, create their future, and change the world.
Molokaʻi Child Abuse Prevention Pathways stops sexual violence through education, community organizing, leadership development, and consciousness raising that directly serves 15% of our island community each year.
The mission of the Molokaʻi Land Trust is to protect and restore the land, natural and cultural resources of Molokaʻi, and to perpetuate the unique Native Hawaiian traditions and character of the islands for the benefit of the future generations of all Molokaʻi, particularly Native Hawaiians.
Montessori Education Center of Hawaiʻi is committed to providing a thoughtfully prepared environment that fosters independence, values diversity, and provides the opportunity for a child to cultivate a sense of self-motivation, allowing them to learn at their own pace.
MountainStar is a nonprofit organization working directly with vulnerable families in an effort to keep children in Deschutes, Jefferson, and Crook counties safe from abuse and neglect.
Educational and competitive programs in Alpine Ski, Nordic Ski, Freeride Ski, Freeride Snowboard & Cycling.
We commit ourselves to creating a community where children and youth are protected so they can grow up safe, healthy and educated.
Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp helps empower children and adults with developmental disabilities through equitable access to the outdoors and recreation.
We empower children by connecting our keiki to the kai and ʻāina to nurture a deeper sense of aloha and kuleana for the natural environment and themselves.
Na Lei Wili Area Health Education Center opened in 1997 to serve both Kauai, a medically underserved population, and three community health centers on Oahu.
Nā Wai Iwi Ola Foundation was founded to perpetuate Hawaiian culture and practices through hula protocol and ceremonies, the use and study of the Hawaiian language and by embracing the stories of our kūpuna past, present and future.
NALU Studies has been supporting Hawaiʻi's high-risk youth to make healthy, responsible decisions for themselves and the environment as future leaders since 2008.
National Tropical Botanical Garden is a not-for-profit institution, dedicated to discovering, saving, and studying the world’s tropical plants and sharing what is learned.
Native Arts and Cultures Foundation advances equity and cultural knowledge, focusing on the power of arts and collaboration to strengthen Native communities and promote positive social change with American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native peoples in the United States.
Native Fish Society exists to cultivate a groundswell of public support needed to revive abundant wild fish.
Neighborhood House brings neighbors together to reduce hunger and homelessness and to educate both young and old, strengthening our community by providing resources to support self-reliance, economic independence, and dignity in people of all ages and backgrounds.
Through partnerships with public and private agencies and groups, Neighborhood Place of Kona has become a Pu`uhonua (place of safety and peace) where all families are welcome.
At Neighborhood Place of Puna, we believe that every family should have access to the resources and support they need to thrive, to raise their children in a safe, stable, and nurturing home.
Whether preparing children for kindergarten, distributing over 6 million pounds of food, or supporting a young couple purchasing their first home, NeighborImpact helps meet the needs of more than 55,000 households each year in Central Oregon.
Nest For Families believes every parent deserves to have compassionate, equitable and evidence based support close at hand when they embark on the critical first years of their parenting journey.
New Avenues for Youth is a Portland-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and intervention of youth homelessness.
We push for better buildings that achieve zero energy, zero carbon, and beyond – through research, policy, guidance, and market transformation – to protect people and the planet.
The Next Door has over two dozen programs that support and empower people in our community.
The Nimiipuu people have always resided and subsisted on lands that included the present-day Nez Perce Reservation in north-central Idaho. Today, the Nez Perce Tribe is a federally recognized tribal nation with more than 3,500 citizens.
Our mission is to help conserve Oregon’s coastal lands, forever; and our vision is that of a fully functioning coastal landscape where healthy communities of people, plants and wildlife all thrive.
The North Fork John Day Watershed Council’s mission is to restore and protect the natural resources that make up the North and Middle Fork John Day Watersheds.
Our mission is to support successful community projects that benefit North Kohala.
NWEA has been involved with protecting human health and the environment in Oregon since its inception in 1969.
Northwest Housing Alternatives builds new homes and new opportunities for seniors, families, veterans and people with special needs across Oregon.
The mission of the Northwest Rangeland Trust is to help Oregon, Washington, and Idaho ranch and farm landowners protect and preserve the long-term viability of their ecologically significant private lands.
We are striving to enhance the quality of life in Ocean View.
We provide transformative wilderness experiences that grow a community of environmental advocates.
Oregon Child Development Coalition is dedicated to improving the lives of children and families by providing early childhood education, care and advocacy with unique and supportive services to enhance family growth and community success.
Oregon Desert Land Trust works with landowners, Tribes, land managers and other organizations to conserve and restore wild and working private lands.
We bring Oregonians together to protect our water, air and land with healthy solutions that work for today and for future generations.
We believe food is a basic human right. And we believe that ending hunger requires a clear vision and bold action, with all of us working together.
Oregon Natural Desert Association encourages people to get to know the desert and to take steps to conserve these public lands.
We seek a healthy, just, and peaceful world for present and future generations.
ORTOP is the home of FIRST Oregon, part of a global robotics community preparing young people for the future.
Organizing, mobilizing, and amplifying the voices of rural eastern Oregon.
Oregon Tradeswomen helps transform lives by building community and economic independence through empowerment, training, career education, advocacy, and leadership development in the skilled trades.
Oregon Wild works to protect and restore Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife, and waters as an enduring legacy for future generations.
Our Village Gardens builds food resilience and community leadership alongside residents of Oregon’s largest affordable housing neighborhood. By virtue of our geographic location, our programs have long organized alongside communities of color and refugee/immigrant families who are impacted by economic and food inequity.
: Outgrowing Hunger builds and operates community farms and gardens for refugees, immigrants, and people who care about affordable access to real food in Portland and Gresham
Since 1968, Outside In has transformed thousands of lives by helping break the cycles of chronic homelessness, poverty, and poor health among Portland’s LGBTQIA+ community, people of color, those experiencing homelessness, and the underserved.
We’re a place of self discovery for brilliant and resilient young people moving through and beyond homelessness.
The Pacific American Foundation, a native Hawaiian serving non-profit organization recognized by Hawaiʻi Governors since 1993, is dedicated to improving the lives of all Pacific Americans.
Our mission is to steward America’s first aviation battlefield of World War II – sharing the artifacts, personal stories, the impact and response to the attack on December 7, 1941 and the Pacific region battles that followed.
Parenting Now has provided parenting support to Lane County families for over 40 years.
The Pathfinder Network provides justice system-impacted individuals and families the tools and support they need to be safe and thrive in our communities.
People of Color Outdoors (POCO) works to re/connect Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) to the nature by hosting outdoor events; POCO also creates equitable access to natural spaces, encourage youth to consider future careers in the enviromental field, and increase BIPOC environmental leadership through our educational programming.
Pioneer Relief Nursery seeks to Prevent child abuse and neglect by early intervention that focuses on increasing protective factors, building successful and resilient children, strengthening parents, and preserving families.
Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education.
Playworks helps kids to stay active and build valuable life skills through play.
Pōhāhā I Ka Lani is a Hawaiian non-profit organization rooted in Waipiʻo Valley to revitalize and advance indigenous Kanaka Maoli cultural knowledge and land stewardship of this sacred place of our ancestors.
PCFC provides high-quality, affordable club soccer to low-income, immigrant, and refugee youth ages 5-18. We are also a safe and inclusive space for LGBTQ+ youth.
Portland Fruit Tree Project increases equitable access to healthful food and strengthens communities by empowering neighbors to share in the harvest and care of city-grown produce.
Building Dignity, Restoring Power, & Promoting Autonomy.
To empower refugees through social support and education. We help our clients navigate a path to a successful life in the US.
Since 1949 Portland Rescue Mission has been here to give hope and restore life to men, women, and children struggling with hunger, homelessness, and addiction.
The Fund for Portland Public Schools is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that unites business, philanthropy and community to build lasting partnerships that expand opportunity for students.
We are a Portland, Oregon-based coalition of volunteer medical providers, social workers, care managers, and lay people dedicated to reaching our most forgotten citizens.
For over 25 years, Portland YouthBuilders has helped thousands of young people change their lives through a combination of education, vocational training, counseling, career development, and long term support.
PYP is the oldest youth orchestra in the United States. The structure and standards that it established for training young musicians in the 1920s became the prototype for youth orchestras across the country.
Our mission is to help end the cycle of poverty for Children of Hawai'i.
Our three programs, the Project Lemonade Store, Foster the Future Summer Internship and WISH (What Inspire’s Student’s Hearts), provide foster youth a chance to Shop. Learn. Dream.
Serving Hawaiʻi, we are on a mission to educate and empower the next generation of culturally grounded, community serving technology makers and problem solvers.
We believe that everyone deserves to live a life free from violence. Raphael House’s mission is to engage our entire community in non-violent living through advocacy, education, and community outreach, and by providing a safe haven from domestic violence.
We are a local non-profit organization that reduces waste and provides the community with affordable building material resources. Through our programs, we divert waste from the landfill and contribute to a circular and sustainable economy for Hawaiʻi.
Creating quality, affordable housing and opportunities for individuals, families and communities to thrive.
Working toward the vision that all children have the right to read and succeed, Reading Results partners with schools serving low-income students to provide a proven reading intervention program.
We empower students to become global leaders through civic engagement, entrepreneurship and cooperative management (conflict resolution) for a better future now.
The Hawai‘i Marine Planning program is a partnership with the State of Hawai’i and local philanthropy to support Hawai‘i’s Marine 30×30 Initiative, which calls for effectively managing Hawai‘i’s nearshore marine waters, with 30 percent established as marine management areas by 2030.
Rock Creek Panty is an agency of the Oregon Food Bank and an equal opportunity provider.
Our farm training programs offer hands-on experience on a diverse network of commercial family farms in Oregon. We provide real world opportunities for beginners and advanced students of agriculture.
Rogue Valley Farm to School is building a love for fresh food, clean air, healthy soil and a thriving community.
Santiam Hearts to Arts serves the Santiam Canyon and is based in Mill City, Oregon. Our mission is to preserve, present and promote the fine and performing arts in the Santiam Canyon.
Saturday Academy provides wide access to hands-on learning for diverse students in grades 2-12 in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and the Arts (STEAM).
Since 2003, the Save Our Seas Foundation has been dedicated to protecting life in our oceans, especially sharks and rays.
Committed to a future in which all children become knowledgeable, healthy adults who understand the basics of growing food, can apply science principles to garden ecosystems, steward the natural world, eat fruits and vegetables, and contribute to a thriving community.
Schoolhouse Supplies promotes educational equity in local public schools by providing free school supplies to students in need.
We are changing the quality of life and outcomes of adolescents diagnosed with cancer, using immediate interventions and advocacy supported by long term research.
SEI is dedicated to guiding underserved youth to realize their full potential. Working with schools, families, and partner community organizations, SEI provides support, guidance, and opportunities to achieve personal and academic success.
With 50 years and counting under our belt, the Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi is working to advance climate solutions, act for justice, get outdoors, and protect Hawaiʻi’s lands, water, air, and wildlife.
Increase the understanding of, and connection to the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion through education, scientific research, and public engagement.
SKEA’s programs provide arts and cultural experiences for the people of South Kona.
: A network of friends, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need.
SOLVE restores and preserves Oregon’s environment by mobilizing the power of volunteers and partners with the generosity of donors. Across the state, we bring diverse communities together to improve the health and safety of our neighborhoods and natural areas including our coast, rivers, parks, and forests.
SPOON empowers caregivers, creates tools, and strengthens systems to bring critical nutrition and feeding practices to children without family care, and children with disabilities.
The mission of Springfield Young Readers is bring books into the homes of young children in the Springfield community to inspire a life-long love of reading, foster strong early literacy skills, and nurture positive family interactions.
St. Andrew Legal Clinic has been serving Oregon families in crisis for over 40 years.
The Waimea Community Meal is housed on St. James' church grounds and is a ministry of the church. The Meal has been offered free to the whole community every week since 2016.
Stand for Children is a unique catalyst for education equity and racial justice, to create a brighter future for us all.
We are a coalition of local, state and national organizations concerned about the harmful impacts of mega-dairies on Oregon’s family farms, communities, environment and animal welfare.
Student Alliance Project is a youth-led collaboration to cultivate diverse young leaders in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Sunshine Division continues its fundamental mission: to provide emergency food and clothing relief year-round to Portland families and individuals in need.
Supporting the Language of Kauaʻi, Inc. is a Kauaʻi-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to support and perpetuate the native Hawaiian language through education and cultural enrichment.
The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches, for all people, through a powerful activist network.
Sustʻāinable Molokaʻi is weaving Molokaʻi's rich cultural pathways and legacy of ‘āina momona (abundant land) with responsible, modern sustainability strategies for a resilient future.
Take Action Inc., a youth-led nonprofit organization, aims to empower and inspire the youth to raise their voice and take action effectively for a cause that is meaningful to them.
Teach for America's mission is to find, develop and mobilize promising future leaders to grow and strengthen the movement for educational equity and excellence.
The Bend Food Project was started in October of 2015 by a small group of residents who wanted to help fight hunger in our area. We heard about the success of the Ashland and Medford Food Projects and wanted to start a similar project in Bend Oregon. We adopted the same simple, door-to-door food collection system to enable people to pitch in and help.
The Tooth Taxi is a 38' state-of-the-art dental office on wheels with two dental chairs and a full-time dentist and staff.
The Estria Foundation creates art in public with assistance from artists, youth, educators, and activists. Our goal is to raise awareness and inspire action in the movement to resolve human and environmental issues while educating and developing youth.
We Provide Food Assistance & Promote Community Resiliency We use supplemental food programs, traditional food pantries and congregate meal sites to provide people with access to the type of food assistance they need.
We have never been — nor ever will be — an organization that just goes through the motions. We’re catalyzing transformational change that will allow us to see ecosystems achieve resilience within our lifetimes.
As the largest food pantry in Central Oregon, we are committed to ensuring our neighbors in need have the food they need to not just survive but thrive.
A Bend Oregon preschool where it is fun to be young.
The Harbor provides advocacy, prevention and support to promote self-determination and hope for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
The Maui Farm provides farm-based, family-centered programs that teach essential life skills for self-sufficient living.
The Nature Conservancy's mission is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.
Our vision is that the people of Hawaiʻi are thriving and healthy, and meaningfully connected to the land, each other, and a living Hawaiian culture.
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is an international nonprofit organization that protects the natural world through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats.
TherapyWorks NW is a nonprofit pediatric therapy clinic located in Gresham, Oregon.
: Treasure Valley Relief Nursery provides a combination of services to families enduring significant stress. Each of these services are offered free of charge and participation is voluntary.
While many conservation organizations set aside wildlands for biodiversity or habitat restoration, our founders sought to bring the benefits of parks and nature to the places, people, and communities that needed them most.
Tualatin Riverkeepers is a community-based organization that protects and restores the Tualatin River watershed. We build watershed stewardship through engagement, advocacy, restoration, access, and education.
To study, conserve, and honor the creative endeavors of the peoples of Hawaiʻi and the Pacific while promoting education in the sciences and the evolution of the arts. Ulana: weaving the past, present and future.
UMCHS is an agency committed to ensuring that children, and those who care for them, are given all the tools they need to create healthy and happy futures for the next generation.
Our purpose is to serve homeless men, women, and children who are living on the streets, in need and seeking to escape poverty, addiction, and domestic violence.
Supporting fire adapted communities, healthy forests, pure and abundant river flows, and wildlife habitat.
Since 1996, the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council (UDWC) has worked to protect and restore the 2,000,000-acre upper Deschutes River watershed through collaborative projects in watershed restoration, monitoring and community awareness.
One in five Oregonians live with food insecurity. At Urban Gleaners we collect delicious, fresh food before it can go to waste. And we get it to people who need it. Pure and simple.
Urban Nature Partners empowers 3rd-9th grade youth from diverse low-income families by providing mentoring relationships and in-depth, informal learning experiences in outdoor spaces.
Verde serves communities by building environmental wealth through Social Enterprise, Outreach and Advocacy.
VertueLab’s mission is to unleash innovation and entrepreneurship to solve environmental challenges and catalyze shared economic prosperity.
The health center serves the members of Washington and Yamhill county through access to high quality, culturally appropriate health care and the Foundation works to provide the enduring support for the entire organization.
WCCHC is a healing center that provides accessible and affordable medical and traditional healing services with aloha. WCCHC is a learning center that offers health career training to ensure a better future for our community.
Waimānalo Health Center is rooted in Native Hawaiian values and devoted to improving the health and wellness of all people, regardless of ability to pay, by providing comprehensive primary and preventive health care services of the highest quality.
Waipā welcomes learners of all ages as we explore how native Hawaiian values and practices apply to modern life. The ahupua`a of Waipā provides a rich landscape for youth programs, workshops and group visits that feature transformative, hands-on learning.
We provide exceptional care and services to help you and your family live well. We are all in it together.
Creating strong economies and healthy landscapes through land stewardship, education, and job creation.
WSCAT’s mission is to promote community development in Warm Springs by empowering individuals and groups of people to realize their potential, become self-reliant, and affect positive change for themselves, their families, and their community.
Warrenton High School has a welcoming atmosphere, high expectations, and a supportive environment in which all students can find success.
WAI works to protect water quality, reduce sewage pollution and restore healthy watersheds by providing innovative, affordable and eco-friendly solutions to waste and wastewater management for all people.
Since 1985, WaterWatch has pursued a single clear mission: To protect and restore flows in our rivers to sustain the native fish, wildlife, and the people who depend on healthy rivers. WaterWatch was the first organization in the West to seek structural reform of antiquated water laws to protect and restore our rivers.
Wayfinding College was founded with the purpose of creating an alternative model of college that helps young people figure out meaningful work to do with their lives and start doing it.
West Hawaiʻi Community Health Center offers quality, comprehensive, and integrated health services accessible to all who pass through our doors, regardless of their ability to pay.
West Hawaiʻi Explorations Academy is a public charter school located in the Natural Energy Lab of Hawaiʻi Authority of Kailua-Kona, Hawaiʻi Island.
The Western Environmental Law Center uses the power of the law to safeguard the public lands, wildlife, and communities of the western U.S. in the face of a changing climate.
Western Rivers Conservancy buys land along the West’s finest rivers and streams to conserve habitat for fish and wildlife, protect key sources of cold water and provide public access for all to enjoy.
Western States Center envisions inclusive democratic movements and societies rooted in justice and equity.
Today, TWC’s constituency spans the entire state of Oregon. TWC has protected more than 1,500 acres of wetlands in 32 preserves stretching from the Portland Metropolitan area to the southern Oregon Coast.
Working together to keep the irreplaceable lands and waters of the southern Oregon coast forever wild and abundant.
We are the leading group working to protect the strongest wild salmon rivers around the entire North Pacific.
Willamette Farm & Food Coalition facilitates and supports the development of secure, sustainable and inclusive food systems.
Willamette Partnership is a conservation non-profit with a deep commitment to helping build stronger, healthier, and more equitable communities that are sustained by nature.
We’re helping people across the West create a world where natural and built systems work together to support stronger, healthier, and more equitable communities.
William Temple House offers food, counseling, clothing, and household items to our Portland-area neighbors.
WinterSpring is dedicated to helping those who are grieving face their loss, and learn to embrace life again.
World Muse is inspired by the enormous potential of individuals just like you to create positive change in their lives and in our world. We support that potential.
We provide a safe and supportive environment for children, to be an advocate for youth and families, and to provide and encourage activities that integrate youth into the community.
Yakona Nature Preserve was created to restore native coastal forest on Oregon’s Yaquina Bay and offers a living laboratory to learn about resident wildlife, cultural history, and coastal ecosystems.
YES provides youth in crisis a place of physical and emotional safety while assisting them to build positive relationships and develop their individual potentials.
We’re changing the lives of thousands of children, families and young people every year through our direct services and partnerships with organizations and agencies around the country.
Established in 1975, Youth, Rights & Justice is Oregon’s leading nonprofit law firm dedicated exclusively to children and families. We bring a trauma-informed lens to all of our work; seeking to promote resilience, dignity and respect.
We are a working urban farm that models, promotes and educates about sustainable food systems, environmental stewardship, community development and access to good food for all.