For Nonprofits

Be Part of Earth Day Oregon 2024!

The annual Earth Day Oregon campaign brings people together to raise awareness and support for nonprofits leading our state to sustainability. Since 2019, we have helped partners raise more than $1.2M to support their vital year-round work.

Each year, Earth Day Oregon’s partners lead their own unique engagement campaigns that are tied to and co-branded with the statewide collective effort. These public-facing activities take place during Earth Month (April), leading up to Earth Day on April 22nd, to raise awareness and support for their leading work.

nonprofit partners statewide

donated by 310 Oregon business partners

people at 110 partner events

regional networking mixers for 150 partners

earned media spots

…and no participation fees.

Register as a Nonprofit Partner

Earth Day Oregon’s nonprofit partners are trusted leaders on the front lines of positive change. Register now to join the statewide effort for 2024.

How It Works + FAQs

Get answers about eligibility, key campaign dates, how the campaign works, and more.

Virtual Info Meeting for Interested Nonprofits: November 28, 2023

Priority deadline for nonprofit partner registration: December 22, 2023

Final nonprofit partner registration deadline: January 22, 2024

Business Partnership

Nonprofit partners engage the support of at least 3 local business partners for the Earth Day Oregon campaign who each make donation directly to the nonprofit in honor of Earth Day and help get the word out about how the public can get involved.

Nonprofit Partners of Earth Day Oregon 2023:

1000 Friends of Oregon
350 Deschutes
AC Portland
Adventures Without Limits
Bend-Redmond Habitat for Humanity
Cascades Raptor Center
Cascadia Stack
Central Oregon LandWatch
Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts
Columbia Slough Watershed Council
Confluence Environmental Center
Conscious Growth
Corvallis Environmental Center
Crag Law Center
Eco-School Network
Ecology in Classrooms and Outdoors
Farmers Ending Hunger
Feed the Mass
Food Waves
Forest Park Conservancy
Freedom Farms
Friends of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Friends of Fall Creek Watershed Inc
Friends of Gateway Green
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Friends of Outdoor School
Friends of Trees
Conservation Coalition
Greater Hells Canyon Council
Green Lents
Greenbelt Land Trust
Grow Portland
Institute for Applied Ecology
Kindness Farm
Leaven Community
Lloyd EcoDistrict
Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership
Mother & Child Education Center
Native Fish Society
Necanicum Watershed Council
Neighbors for Clean Air
Nestucca, Neskowin, and Sand Lake Watersheds Council
Northwest Trail Alliance
OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon
Oregon Climate & Agriculture Network
Oregon Climate Action Hub

Oregon Environmental Council
Oregon Shores
Oregon Wild
Outdoor Education Adventures
Pacific Rivers
Pollinator Project Rogue Valley
Portland Fruit Tree Project
ReBuilding Center
Rewild Portland
Rogue Farm Corps
Save the Bee
Siuslaw Watershed Council
Solar Oregon
St. Johns Swapnplay
The Blueprint Foundation
Think Wild
Tualatin Riverkeepers
Umpqua Watersheds Inc
Urban Gleaners
Urban Nature Partners PDX
Westwind Stewardship Group
Wild Farm Alliance
Wild Rivers Land Trust
Wild Salmon Center
Wildlife Center of the North Coast
Willamette Resources and Educational Network (WREN)
Wind and Oar Boat School
Wisdom of the Elders