Charitable Giving

Special Olympics Oregon

special olympics logo"Special Olympics Oregon provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children, youth and adults living with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community."
- Special Olympics Oregon

Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR)

letr logo "The Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) is the largest public awareness vehicle and grass-roots fundraiser for Special Olympics. Annually, more than 97,000 dedicated and compassionate law enforcement members carry the “Flame of Hope,” symbolizing courage and celebration of diversity uniting communities around the globe."

Chelsea Hicks Foundation

CHF logo "Chelsea Hicks was an amazing little girl who loved life. In April 2007, Chelsea was diagnosed with Stage IV Wilms’ tumor cancer, involving her right kidney, lymph nodes and lungs. She was just three years old at the time. On February 20, 2009, Chelsea lost her courageous battle. We will forever be grateful for the hours of fun and play that she inspired with her impish grin and infectious laughter. She will never be forgotten and we honor her by helping other kids fighting serious illnesses with The Chelsea Hicks Foundation and Chelsea’s Closet program."
- Chelsea Hicks Foundation

Domestic Violence Resource Center (DVRC)

DVRC logo"We are a non-profit agency providing free and confidential services to adult and child survivors of domestic violence within Washington County, Oregon and surrounding areas. We offer protective order advocacy, professional counseling, confidential shelter, 24-hr crisis line response, safety planning, resource referrals, and community training."

DA Victims Services

"Our Victims' Advocates connect with Community Corrections, local law enforcement, the District Attorney's Office, the Oregon State Parole Board, and local community partners to ensure that victims receive the most up-to-date information on offenders, their rights, and services available to them."
- DA Victims Services