Boys & Girls Club inspires and enables all youth, grades 1-12, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens through the development of a positive self-image and self-reliance.
Launched in July 2014
Abiqua Academy provides a stimulating, academically challenging curriculum taught by master educators. Students are challenged to think critically, creatively and to live meaningful lives as purposeful citizens.
Launched in December 2014
The Mazamas is a nonprofit Mountaineering Education Organization based in Portland, Oregon. It offers over 1000 climbs and hikes annually, classes and activities for every level and is open to both members and nonmembers.
Launched in February 2014
The The Portland Youth Philharmonic Association, supports two full symphony orchestras, a chamber orchestra, a wind ensemble, and a string orchestra. Members range in age from 7 to 23, are accepted based on audition and seated solely according to ability, and come from 100 different schools throughout northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.
Launched in January 2016
Preparing for Success
San José Unified School District (SJUSD) is California’s eleventh largest urban school district with nearly 2,000 staff that serve 30,000 students and their families daily.
Over 60 school, community and employee-only websites launched for SJUSD since 2006
Free of Violence
The Center for Hope & Safety has served Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley since 1973 when volunteers organized a rape crisis line. The Center for Hope & Safety averages approximately 21,000 contacts per year.
Launched in August 2014
listen, think, grow.
Oregon Humanities connects Oregonians to ideas that change lives and transform communities through programing and publications that encourage Oregonians to learn about and discuss social, cultural, and public issues.
Relaunched in October 2013
Filling a critical
health care gap.
The SW Community Health Center assures quality health services to those lacking adequate resources to access necessary care because all people should have access to quality basic health services regardless of their income, ethnicity or social circumstances.
Launched in July 2013
Open School prepares students for success in college, career and community. It’s programs are designed to inspire community, spark learning and transform lives through OPEN LEARNING, which is a mix of advocacy, equity and academics. This focused approach amplifies our ability to meet rising standards and prepare more kids for a successful life beyond high school.
Launched in December 2014