Nonprofit Challenge

Giving Back to The Community

Each year we offer pro bono public relations support to a deserving nonprofit organization in the Portland-Metro area — it’s our way of giving back to the community we love.

Our goal is simple: To give local nonprofits the tools they need to grow into smart, savvy communicators through a year of mentoring and training.

We’ve dedicated more than 1,080 hours toward helping local nonprofits become better communicators, unify their organizations around compelling and unique messages, understand the rules of media and social media, and manage their relationships with the communities they serve.

Past Nonprofit Partners


SOLVE is dedicated to improving and restoring the communities, neighborhoods and natural spaces that Oregonians love and call home. They mobilize volunteers to clean up litter and restore native habitats that are threatened by marine debris, diminishing wildlife habitats and invasive plants.



Luke-Dorf is an organization dedicated to supporting mental health needs throughout the Portland Metro Area, including recovery and housing placement. Founded in 1975 by Pastor Ed Sandvig and his wife, Dorothy, Luke-Dorf focuses on community partnerships and care designed to provide accessible, safe and welcoming mental illness recovery and support.

“LTPR has been tremendously beneficial in helping Luke Dorf professionalize and improve our internal communication as well as deliver a unified message to the greater community,” ~Lindsay Downen, Washington County Clinical Director for Luke-Dorf


JOIN-nonprofitHomelessness is a serious issue that affects thousands in the Portland Metro Area. JOIN exists to support the efforts of homeless individuals and families in the Metro Area to transition out of homelessness into permanent housing.


olshflogo-bmpOregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation’s mission is to screen, treat, save, and restore sight and hearing, in partnership with Lions Clubs. Since 1959, the Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation has taken an active role in protecting the health of Oregonians, transforming the lives of hundreds of thousands of young and adults in the state.



Since 1982, REACH Community Development has pioneered affordable housing and supportive programs that address complex challenges facing communities. REACH’s mission is to create quality, affordable housing for individuals, families and communities to thrive.


Financial Beginnings-NonprofitFinancial Beginnings provides finance education at no cost to children and young adults throughout the Pacific Northwest. Its educational programs incorporate all aspects of personal finance to give individuals the foundations they need to make informed financial decisions.

Hear what past nonprofits have to say about working with us.