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.
HOW CAN I GET MY CHARITY ON BOARD?
We accept applications for new charities all year long. Here’s how to apply:
Hold a Charity of the Day event! At this event, the Pub is yours. Whatever profit is earned in the Pub on that day is donated directly to your charity. Also, we encourage you to sell your own merchandise, hold a raffle, bring a band, whatever you’d like! We’re here to support you. A couple expectations:
Can you get 300 people come to OPH throughout the entire day on a Monday?
Are you willing to promote and advertise this event like crazy?
Can you provide volunteers to help at OPH for your day?
Can you set and meet a goal of $2500 in proceeds to reach the 10% donation?
Can you meet with us to make a plan for success?
If you answered YES to all of these questions, we would love to partner together! For your event, we commit to
If you’re interested in this partnership, please email email@example.com today!
Providing social media support about your day, and your charity throughout the week.
We work with you to discuss what has made other NPO’s succesful (we’ve had almost $3,000 raised in a single day).
Allow you to sell your merchandise in our space.
Commit to as much as 10% of total sales if a minimum is reached.
And when free, allow you use of our Village Ballroom just upstairs of the Pub, with room for up to 300!
Currently, these are the charities that we are supporting:
Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. is the only nonprofit organization in Oregon that effectively combines animals, agriculture, gardens and natural resources to provide an educational enrichment program for all children and including at-risk children and youth in a safe and secure farm setting.
Mission: In facilitating healthy social and emotional development, OMF is committed to providing at-risk protective factors to children through structured, educational experiences using animals, agriculture, gardens and natural resources as educational tools.
The Oregon Association of Student Councils is a non-profit member association, serving middle and high schools throughout the state. We provide leadership development to both students and advisors. Our program is sponsored by the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators (COSA), and we are recognized by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC).
Mission: Committed to leadership development with a vision of service, involvement and action.
SCRAP Arts and Recycling Organization
SCRAP is a donation-based creative reuse store and donation center in Northeast Portland. Along with the ever-changing and diverse store items, SCRAP also provides a range of educational opportunities within the community and hosts local reuse-based artists in our Re:Boutique.
Our mission is to inspire creative reuse
and environmentally sustainable behavior
by providing educational programs and affordable materials to the community.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary (nonprofit) health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services.
Mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Schoolhouse Supplies is an award-winning nonprofit that supports public education in Portland by giving students and teachers free classroom supplies.
We operate Oregon’s only volunteer-run Free Store for Teachers, which is stocked with supplies donated by the community, the Tools for Schools backpack giveaway, and Schoolhouse Supplies Online programs.
Mission: To serve classrooms in need by operating a volunteer-run Free Store for Teachers, which is stocked with supplies donated by the community.