Thank You to Our Generous Partners Who Give Back to Impact NW
Impact NW is proud to partner with the three following businesses. Not only do they give back to Impact NW, they all offer something unique to give back to YOU!
The Station is a neighborhood pub focused on great food and drink in a casual, comfortable environment. Built in 1931, this historic building was once a power station building and it is now listed on the history registry.
10% of all proceeds at The Station benefit Impact NW in the month of December! Be sure to mention that you are dining to support Impact NW!
Frog Pond Farm is a unique tree farm with a large selection of Christmas trees of all kinds. See the farm store and the kid friendly petting zoo! Pick out your tree and get cozy by the fire! Free cocoa, cider, and coffee await!
When you mention Impact NW, you get 10% of your entire purchase + 10% of your entire purchase goes back to Impact NW!
Ex Novo Brewing Co is about social justice and helping others. Not only do they brew their own blends of fine craft beer, they are also committed to donating 100% of their net profits to organizations like Impact NW.
This non-profit brewery has listed Impact NW as one of its beneficiaries – all year! Stop by and try the Moonstriker Baltic Porter!
Even the little things we do here at Impact NW change people’s lives
People like Yvonne, who grew up in a household that used and dealt “meth” and had tried every drug available by the time she was 11 years old. After 2-years in Impact NW’s Bridges to Housing program she is sober, has her own apartment where she gratefully can raise her children, and leads a Narcotics Anonymous support group.
Impact NW’s programs help people become self-sufficient. They enable seniors and people with disabilities to remain in their homes rather than being forced into a care facility. They keep youth in school, provide job training and help them prepare for college. AND SO MUCH MORE!Our programs help REAL PEOPLE. We invite you to click on the links below learn more about how Impact NW has helped someone in your community.
Meet Angelica… She was raped by her stepbrother when she was 12 years old. By the time she was 14, she had dropped out of school and was living on the streets. At 16 she had her first baby and by the time she came to Impact NW from a shelter, she was 19 and […]
For those of you don’t know him, Ralph Gilliam is one of the quietest heroes among the many here at Impact NW. Ralph is a former board member of Impact NW, and now voluntarily runs Club Impact, a social club for young adults with disabilities that meets at Impact’s Belmont office. Recently, he was nominated […]
The end of the school week is a time that most students look forward to. The weekend is a time to unwind from a week of textbooks and studying. But for thousands of Oregonian students, with the weekend comes a worry that is greatly different than those of their classmates While school is in […]