Green Lents is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to providing leadership, education and volunteer opportunities in and around the Lents (Portland, Oregon) neighborhood to support a thriving and sustainable community.
We rely on energetic and committed community volunteers to work on an assortment of environmental and community service projects – and the generosity of individual and business donors to provide us with funds necessary to operate our organization and various projects and activities such as,
- Community Tool Library
- Malden Court Community Orchard
- Pollinator Habitats
- DIY Workshops
Donations can be made in a variety of ways.
Cash – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Check – Make payable to Green Lents. Mail to: 8931 SE Foster Rd, # 100, Portland, Oregon 97266
Recurring monthly donation via Credit Card or PayPal:
One-time donation via Credit Card or PayPal:
Pay Tool Library Fines
Many companies also match personal donations – check with your HR Department.
Other things you can donate, such as automobile, stock certificate, life insurance policy, estate gift, etc. – contact email@example.com
Corporate Loyalty Programs
- Fred Meyer Community Rewards: Click HERE for more information on how you can support Green Lents through your purchases at Fred Meyer.
- Amazon Smile Foundation: Click HERE for more information on how you can support Green Lents through your purchases on Amazon Smile.
Some companies, such as Intel, will make a donation to Green Lents based on the number of volunteer hours you contribute to Green Lents. Contact Intel HR for more details.
Payroll Deductions – contact your company payroll department to see if they have a charitable withholding program, and advise them that Green Lents is registered on Benevity.com
In-kind services (such as printing, legal, bookkeeping) – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
New or used tools for the Tool Library** – contact email@example.com
** NOTE – donations must be in good working condition and acceptance is subject to current needs and plans of Green Lents; and may subsequently be donated to another tool library, or sold to produce income for Green Lents.
Green Lents was qualified by the IRS on October 3, 2012, as a non-profit public charity (EIN 45-3603079) entitled to exemption from federal income tax under the provision of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. As such, donors may deduct contributions to the RCA from federal income taxes as provided in section 170 of the Code.