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Think Globally. Act Locally.

Every month I give time and or money to these and other outstanding organizations that make a significant impact on our local community and environment. 

Proud to be recognized as a Clark County Green Business.

Together, we're making a difference.

Feral Cat Coalition Of Oregon

The FCCO is a spay/neuter program for cats. There services are donation-based for feral, stray, and barn cats. They serve Oregon and SW Washington.

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Community Roots Collaborative

A non-profit developer of permanent, affordable, tiny homes for the unsettled residents of Clark County, Washington.


Clark College and its Foundation

Clark College is Southwest Washington’s largest public institution of higher education. An open-enrollment community college, it welcomes students of all ages and backgrounds pursuing their educational or career paths each quarter.

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Humane Society of Southwest Washington


Each year, HSSW provides thousands of pets with shelter, medical care, behavior support, and a second chance for a happy home. They also support with programs like CHOW pet food assistance, wellness clinics for the pets of houseless families, spay and neuter clinics, and other programs that help keep families together.

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Columbia Riverkeeper

Protecting and restoring the water quality of the Columbia River and all life connected to it.

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Cats Safe At Home

Cats Safe at Home is a collaborative effort to humanely reduce outdoor cats and engage the community with ideas and information that value cats and wildlife.

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100 Men Who Care

Clark County

Their goal is to unite 100 men to each give $110 to a common local nonprofit once a quarter. The impact of coming together to make a $10,000 donation will change the community in ways that far surpasses what  can be done as individuals.

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Dove Lewis

DoveLewis was originally founded to support local veterinarians and animals in need of emergency care and now treats nearly 30,000 animals each year.


Oregon Public Broadcasting

Giving voice to the community, connecting Oregon and its neighbors, illuminating a wider world.

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