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Over the years, Tualatin has grown from a small bedroom community, to a town bursting at the seams with manufacturing, healthcare, retail, and many other types of industry. With this growth, the commitment by the community to take care of their own has not waned. Throughout the years, many businesses, employees, and residents have stepped up to help those less fortunate and we are pleased to share some of the many opportunities for you to donate right here in your community:

Banner Bank is supporting Oregon Food Bank and accepting food donations in their Tualatin location through the holiday season.

Columbia Bank will be hosting their Warm Hearts Winter Drive to benefit 58 homeless shelters that aid thousands of struggling families. All 150 branches are actively engaged in securing cash donation and new warm clothing.

The Good Feet Store in partnership with iHeartRadio, is collecting donations of socks and new or gently used shoes to benefit Transitions Projects from November 19th- December 31st. Transitions Projects deliver life-saving and life-changing assistance to some of Portland’s most vulnerable residents.

HomeStreet Bank in Lake Oswego will be having their annual “Giving Tree” and selling bookmark seed packets for the Children’s Center in Clackamas County. They are also the Holiday Meal Sponsor for the Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels program, both dine-in and home delivery.

Pilot Property Management, LLC is participating in The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program. They will receive tags for 25 children in need of new clothing and gifts this holiday season. Stop by their office to pick an Angel Tree tag of a child you would like to help provide for this year!

ServPro of Tigard/Tualatin are hosting a toy drive for Doernbecher’s Children’s Hospital. You can drop off new toys and games for boys and girls 0-18 for children and their families. You can drop off your donations until December 18th.

Team Rehab of Bridgeport & DPI Specialty Foods Northwest are participating in the annual KGW Great Toy Drive. You can drop off new, unwrapped toys for children 0-17 years old from now until December 12th.

Tualatin Kiwanis Club is a community partner with the Tualatin School House Food Pantry. The Pantry serves over 500 families each month with emergency food supplies. The Tualatin Chamber of Commerce’s office has a collection barrel as does Riverview Community Bank.

As we celebrate with friends and family this holiday season, keep in mind the opportunities that exist right here locally for you to volunteer and support various non-profits throughout 2019 as well:

We will be continually updating our www.tualatinchamber.com/chamber-news/members-doing-good/ with more opportunities to donate throughout the holidays!