What We Do

We call Oregon home.

Whether you live in a city with tall buildings, a suburb with tall corn stalks, a town with tall trees, or a village with tall waves, we all stand to benefit from healthy environments, equitable communities, and sustainable economies everywhere in Oregon.

Our vision is to bring about a near future in which Oregon has made major progress toward sustainability—by coming together each year on Earth Day (April 22nd) to create a groundswell of support for the nonprofits in our state who are leading us there.

Whether it’s your business, your organization, or yourself—if you share our vision, join the Earth Day Oregon community that’s on a mission to make it a reality.

Our Impact

Earth Day Oregon leads an annual statewide campaign that engages nonprofit partners, business partners, and the public to raise awareness and support for Oregon nonprofits who are advancing sustainability in our home state. This is what it means to amplify Earth Day together.

Earth Day Oregon’s nonprofit partners are on the front lines of transformational change. They are accelerating us on the path to achieving the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals, right here in Oregon. These goals are a blueprint for action in intersecting areas to achieve sustainability—from climate justice to clean energy, clean water, quality education, good health, ending poverty, and more.

Since launching in 2019, Earth Day Oregon has facilitated over $700,000 in donations to 168 nonprofits across the state while shining a light on over 730 sustainability-minded business partners. 

For Earth Day Oregon 2023 we aim to have 100 nonprofit partners who, along with their 400+ business partners, engage thousands of Oregonians in giving and action to generate half a million dollars for the nonprofits.


Earth Day Oregon organizes a statewide coalition of partners that inspires collective giving and action on April 22nd every year—to amplify the impact of local nonprofits who make Earth Day their every day.

67nonprofit partners

288business partners

$343K+funds raised