Partner Program Gifts
We are pleased to work with a number of partner organizations to help raise funds for their projects as well. Gifts to our partner’s projects listed below will be restricted for that specific use.
Support Electric All-Terrain Wheelchairs in Parks
We have partnered with David’s Chair Outdoor Mobility Systems to raise funds to be able to place electric all-terrain Track wheelchairs near select parks on the Coast in Oregon. The Track Chairs make it possible for people with mobility limitations to enjoy the natural wonders of the outdoors, giving them access to areas previously off-limits due to challenging terrain. See them in action here.
Heceta Head Lightstation B&B Preservation
We are pleased to partner with the operators of the Heceta Head Lighthouse B&B to help fund various projects to preserve the Bed & Breakfast facility. Recently, they have had to install a new septic system and drain field, and drill a new well. These three major initiatives have drained their resources, making it challenging to keep up the continual costs of maintaining a special historic building.
Support Parks in Tillamook County
We have partnered with Tillamook County Parks Foundation to improve parks so future generations can enjoy the relaxing and restorative benefits of the county’s unique and precious natural areas. Planned enhancement activities include trail building, improving disability-friendly camping and fishing opportunities, adding educational signage, and developing additional recreational facilities.
Support Wapato Access Habitat Restoration Project
On Sauvie Island, (near Portland, OR) we have partnered with the Sauvie Island Habitat Partnership to raise funds for stewardship work at Wapato Access Greenway State Park. Funds generated will hire crews in the Fall of 2020 to remove blackberry thickets, English hawthorn, and holly trees. We hope to continue stewarding this natural area by planting native plants and conducting other enhancement activities.