Join fellow Oregonians in investing in public projects communities care about. Click on a project below to find out how you can give or support a civic crowdfunding project in Oregon.
The trails around Multnomah Falls, Angel's Rest, and Wahkeena Falls in the Columbia Gorge are dear to Oregonians and to visitors from around the world - and after fire damage, it's time for all of us to pitch in and restore the trails.
January 2, 2018
For decades Leach Botanical Garden has been an enchanting refuge in East Portland - and now we are about to take bold steps toward becoming a garden for everyone, both in East Portland and around the region. The centerpiece will be a treewalk - 30 feet off the ground - giving visitors of all ages and abilities the chance to experience a truly unique urban garden and forest.
September 18, 2017
We did it - and then some! We're on our way to building the Footbridge Over Burnside, thanks to you and over 660 donors during this crowdfund raising over $184,000. Stay tuned as we gear up for construction - and find any updates at the Portland Parks Foundation website. THANK YOU for all your love and support of the Wildwood Trail as we all work to make sure we have a safer, better crossing on West Burnside.
September 1, 2017
Dirt Lab [noun] \dert\ᐧ \lab\: A community crowdfunded project to develop mountain biking and hiking trails at Gateway Green, while improving environmental quality at the park and encouraging civic and economic revitalization in East Portland.
September 6, 2016
Your support will help fund two free workshops to train community members in oral history and media production, and together tell the stories of those who lived in Vanport and survived the 1948 flood.
October 28, 2015
Help make sure our libraries are supporting our youngest community members by creating the best possible spaces for them to start their First Chapters and lifetimes of reading!
Josephine County, Oregon
July 6, 2015
Join us to raise the funds for Oregon's World War II Memorial in Salem. Some gave all. All gave some. What will we give?
June 2, 2015
A hidden treasure sits in East Portland: 38 acres of unused, partially wooded land. We have the opportunity to transform it.
June 2, 2015