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700 NE Dekum St. Portland, OR 97211

Partnered Charities

We attempt to support NPO's that cover a wide gamut of social justice, community and environmental needs. As such, we attempt to be a place where anyone can walk in and find an organization that is caring for a need that they feel passionate about. Our Charity List is often rotating and expands to as many as 10 at a time.

Currently, we are not accepting applications for partnered charities, we will do this again in the Spring of 2015, check back in February or March for details and follow us on social media for alerts. 

HOWEVER, if you are interested in becoming one of our weekly featured "Charity of the Day (and Night!)" npo's, feel free to contact Cindy Page at cindy@oregonpublichouse.com.  These events allow you to have full reign of the Pub for an entire day, and all profit generated goes directly to your nonprofit, but first check our requirements below to make sure your organization and ours can partner together for success. 

1. Do you have a network of employees, staff, volunteers, friends and family to help bring in 300 people to our pub in NE Portland throughout the day and night on a Monday? 
2. Are you willing to promote and advertise this event like crazy?
3.  Can you provide volunteers to help at OPH for your day? 
4.  Can you set and meet a goal of $2500 in proceeds to reach the 10% donation?
5. Can you commit to coming into the pub BEFORE your event and meeting with OPH staff or board members to make a plan for success?

If you answered YES to all of these questions, please email cindy@oregonpublichouse.com today!

Currently, these are the charities that we are supporting:

Fences for Fido Local Animal Organization

Our goal is to build fences so that dogs can be free from the frustration and loneliness of life outside at the end of the chain. We provide all our dogs with a custom-built, insulated dog houses and warm beds so that they can experience freedom and comfort, sometimes for the first time.

Mission: Unchained...one dog at a time.

De La Salle North Local Education Organization

Catholic High School - serves a radically diverse community of capable, interested, and motivated college bound students primarily from North and Northeast Portland. Provides college prep  education to low income families and turns no one away for an inability to pay.

Mission: To develop tomorrow’s community leaders by making high-quality education accessible to motivated young people in a learning environment that values cultural, spiritual, and ethnic diversity.

Columbia Land Trust Local Environmental Organization

Since 1990, the private nonprofit Columbia Land Trust has been working in the greater Columbia River region to conserve signature landscapes and vital habitats.

Mission: To conserve and care for the vital lands, waters and wildlife of the Columbia River region.

United Cerebral Palsy Disabilities Organization

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Oregon & SW Washington is a non-profit based in Portland, Oregon. We've been improving supports for people who experience disabilities for over 50 years. Life Without Limits For People With Disabilities.

Mission: Our mission is to discover new ways to assist the people we support to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, full of personal choice and rich in community experiences and relationships.

Red Sweater Project Education Organization

Local NPO that collaborates with developing communities to create affordable, accessible and advanced educational opportunities for children in Tanzania.

Mission: Transforming communities by empowering youth.

Braking Cycles Youth Outreach Program

Braking Cycles celebrates and taps into the love and pride of Portland's beautiful bike, coffee, and art culture to raise awareness and funds to support our youth “outreach”, and “in-reach” programs.

Mission: Braking Cycles is committed to offering hope and tangible services that will provide youth a place and opportunity to dream, reach, and achieve.  We believe this is where healthy self-sufficiency can become the new cycle.