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Onwards, Together   – East County Rising Community Projects

East County Rising Community Projects organizes and builds grassroots leadership within East Multnomah County to create an equitable, inclusive, and livable community centered on the needs of the most underrepresented and marginalized residents.

There is an opportunity — and a tremendous need — to bring new voices, voices that reflect the community and the full spectrum of lived circumstances, into the conversation around civic engagement and equitable policy in East Multnomah County.

Help support our work today with a tax-deductible donation! We could not do this work without our supporters, volunteers, and champions.

Onwards, together –  East County Rising Community Projects

Help us rise

Rising Fellows

Support our work in training strong organizers who will center and uplift community voices. Help us prepare East County residents for the world of community organizing and civic engagement.

Providing Information on Resources

Help us continue to connect community members and small business owners to grants, food access, affordable housing, and financial empowerment and in sharing more about the rights and resources our residents have when renting or facing evictions.

Our Community, Our Voices 

Supporting us means our community members will learn about government jurisdictions, governing structures, and pathways towards becoming involved in decision-making bodies through fun and interactive regular workshops.

Parks and Recreation

Donating to us means: helping the community to advocate and use their power to create beautiful parks and trails and to preserve green spaces, increase tree canopy, and provide safe and healthy recreational activities for all children and families. 

Other Ways to Support

  1. Stay informed by following us on Instagram and by signing up for our newsletter in the “Get in touch” section of this website.

  2. Volunteer for one of our many issue campaigns.

  3. Attend one of our “Our Communities, Our Voices” workshops.