Just like swinging by Powells or visiting Crater Lake National Park, brunch is also another one of those ubiquitous Oregon institutions that we love to take part in – either solo or with friends! From coffee and mimosas, to bacon and eggs and pancakes, if you’re looking for some of the best brunching hot spots in the state, why not give one of these four restaurants a try?
For many of us, donating to a local charity is something we may only think about during the holidays. However, there are several worthy charities right here in Portland that can use your help all year round.
Many charitable organizations in Portland do outstanding work throughout the year, but during the holiday seasons is when they make the most high-profile impact in our communities. In addition to financial support, these groups need ‘people power’ to help them help others.
Portland is a compassionate city that cares about its community members. Read our list of ten charities in Portland whose work directly benefits children both in our community and around the world. These organizations do great work to help kids deal with cancer, economic hardship, and limited opportunities and they welcome your support.
Thinking of doing some spring cleaning? Make more of an impact by donating some items to nonprofits in need! Read on if you want to know which Portland organizations you can help with!
With so many people suffering right now, here’s a list of Portland resources that can help those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. If you have the resources and are looking for a way to help, here are some very deserving organizations that could use your financial assistance to keep doing the good work they’re doing.
The Oregon Energy Fund is a statewide nonprofit dedicated to helping people pay their utility bills during times of hardship.
It’s the perfect time of the year to give back to the Portland community. Here are some places that need your help.