Our Supporters, past & present

Major Funders
Since then the Institute has received support from the following foundations:
William M. Brod Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
Meyer Memorial Trust
Calypso Foundation of the Oregon Community Foundation
Spirit Mountain Community Fund
Lee H. and Marion B. Thompson Foundation
Bill and Julie Young Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
Jubitz Family Foundation
J Frank Schmidt Foundation
Ron and Linda Klein Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
Peter H. Michaelson Foundation
Mark Greenfield/Jane Hartline Habitat Conservation Fund

Bullitt Foundation
The Bullitt Foundation, which has a special focus on urban issues throughout what is known as the Emerald Corridor, extending from Vancouver, British Columbia to Portland, continues to support the Institute for its work on green infrastructure, climate change and urban biodiversity. We owe a special debt of gratitude to the foundation for its continued general support without which we could not continue our work.

Urban Greenspaces Supporter’s Circle
The Institute’s Supporters Circle are individuals and corporations who have supported or continue to support our work at a significant financial level on an ongoing basis.
John and Jane Emrick
Al Jubitz
Homer Williams
Fregonese Associates
Portland General Electric
Zari Santner and John Kelly
Shoaib Tareen and Catherine Filgas
Moda
Community Action of Hillsboro, Oregon

Individual Donors
A large share of the Institute’s annual budget comes from individual donations. We encourage you to consider donating to the Institute’s general fund to help support our mission: To ensure that parks, regional trail systems, greenways and greenspaces are integrated with the built environment in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan region, and to promote urban greenspace efforts nationally and internationally. To view full list of ’17-’18 donors 

Your continued support makes our work possible. Thank you.
Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, a central focus of the Institute’s staff for more than 40 years.
Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, a central focus of the Institute’s staff for more than 40 years.