TGT brings thanksgiving to our residents every year.

TGT brings thanksgiving to our residents every year.


Cash donations allow us to purchase exactly and specifically what we need when we need it. 

Every dollar directly benefits our residents in affordable housing. The easiest way to make a lasting difference is to sign up for recurring donations. Whether you chose to give every month or every year, anything and everything makes a difference. 

In 2016, The Giving Tree launched the Branches Program in three affordable housing properties in Portland. As 2017 approaches, we would like to continue expanding Branches, providing art classes, cooking classes, and historic walking tours to more residents. For as little as $20, you can give a resident of affordable housing the chance to participate in on of our recreation programs. 



Register with The Giving Tree on Amazon Smile as an easy way to give back at no extra cost to you! Simply shop at and select The Giving Tree as your non-profit of choice. It's easy. It's free. Why not?

Add The Giving Tree to your Fred Meyer Community Rewards. Register your Fred Meyer rewards card with our organization number (91744) and give back to The Giving Tree with each purchase you make. Enrolling in this program does not affect your personal rewards. 


Please contact us anytime if you would like help setting up a donations drive for The Giving Tree at your school, church, business, or organization. You can call us directly at (503) 200-5528.



  1. Food Gift Cards: For Fred Meyer, Safeway, Trader Joe’s, or Whole Foods to purchase healthy foods for community meals. 
  2. Art supplies: Through focused art classes, open studio, and community activities, we provide tools and support to residents who are already artists and those who want to learn to express themselves creatively.
  3. Recreation Gift Cards: to Regal Cinemas. Watching a movie in the theater is a treat our residents cannot afford. We use these for group trips and as gifts to residents during the holidays.
  4. Office Supplies: We are looking for donations of sharpies, paper, stamps, holiday cards, and an office printer. 

If you would like to donate goods, please contact

Corporate Sponsorships

We are happy to introduce the Adopt a Building Program for 2016. If you are looking to get involved with your community in a meaningful way, the Adopt a Building Program is the perfect way to give a guided donation for a single affordable housing building.

Each of the properties we serve are unique. The Adopt a Building Program allows you to get involved at a personal level with the residents that your contribution impacts. In addition to being recognized in the building for your sponsorship, you will have the chance to work hands on with the residents in activities planned by The Giving Tree. The program is built to help the community surrounding affordable housing grow and allow donors the opportunity to truly get involved. 

Thank you for your interest. Please contact us to discuss your donation.


Donations managed by Network for Good. It is a secure site built for non-profit fundraising. Every dollar you give goes directly to The Giving Tree. 


Ready to give your time and talent? We have many great opportunities available.

In order to volunteer with us you need to:

  • Be able to commit to at least 3 months of weekly volunteerism (there are some short-term exceptions, which are noted below)
  • Be friendly, empathetic, and respectful of diversity
  • Commit to steady, reliable volunteer service with us
  • Be willing to submit to a background check
  • Be able to work in a responsible, self-directed manner if needed, as well as work smoothly in a team setting

Volunteer Needs: Our biggest need right now is for volunteers with specialized skills in non-profit accounting, small business development, fundraising, and/or human services. 

We always have lots of exciting volunteer opportunities to choose from. To set up an appointment and take the next step in becoming a volunteer, write us at

Unless generosity of spirit prevails among [people], there can never be upon earth an ideal life.  -Orison Swett Marden