Giving makes good things happen.
Since our founding in 1932, our members have shared their good fortune with neighbors, a tradition we continue today by actively participating in vital community programs with far-reaching impact — from employee volunteer activities to financial education and corporate partnerships. In addition, every month our employee-managed Community Relations Committee awards donations and directs community participation to help empower people to improve the quality of their lives.
Learn more about how we work together to improve the communities we serve.
The Nature Conservancy
This organization is the leading conservation organization working in Oregon and Washington, and around the world, to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
This organization serves classrooms in need by operating a volunteer-run Free Store for Teachers, which is stocked with supplies donated by the community, and by distributing more than 10,0000 supplies-filled backpacks to students at the beginning of the school year.
The Oregon Humane Society
This organization rescues, heals and adopts more than 11,000 pets each year. Donations to OHS support adoption, education and animal cruelty investigation programs.
OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital
This organization is recognized as one of America's leading children's hospitals, offering the region’s broadest range of pediatric treatments. OnPoint’s gift will support the Gary and Christine Rood Family Pavilion, a five-story guest house providing temporary lodging for patients and families who travel long distances to OHSU for specialized care. The guest house will be operated in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon & Southwest Washington.
The Oregon Food Bank
This organization collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources, and distributes that food through a statewide network of 21 regional food banks and approximately 970 partner agencies serving all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington.