Our Partners

Schoolhouse Supplies would like to recognize the James & Marion Miller Foundation for their generous grant which enabled us to create and publish this website, along with our new brand identity materials, to help us build and extend our reach into the community we serve.

Financial Supporters

$250,000+

Bank of America

Comcast Cable Communications

$100,000–$249,999

James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation
Fred Meyer Fund
Knowledge Universe
Meyer Memorial Trust
NW Natural
OnPoint Community Credit Union
Oregon Community Foundation
Wells Fargo

 $50,000–$99,999

Intel Corporation
Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust
Pacific Power (Foundation)/ PacifiCorp
Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon
The Donald C. & Elizabeth Dickinson Foundation
The Grainger Foundation
The Safeway Foundation
The Standard
Unitus Community Credit Union
Umpqua bank
Vernier Software and Technology LLC
Webtrends

 $25,000–$49,999

Adidas American, Inc.
Chase Bank
Cook Security Group
Jackson Foundation
Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation
Entrepreneurs Foundation of the Northwest
Klarquist Sparkman, LLP
LCG Pence
Louisiana-Pacific Corp
Lexus of Portland
Nike Portland Factory Store
PEMCO Insurance
Portland Association of Teachers
Portland General Electric
Portland Timbers
Portland Trail Blazers
Target Corporation
US Bank
US Bank National Association
Washman AutoSpa
Wessinger Foundation

 $10,000–$24,999

AAA Oregon
AXA Foundation, Inc.
Boeing Employee’s Community Fund
CLD Pacific Grain LLC
Fred Meyer Store
Ideba marketing
John D Gray Charitable Fund
Mercy House
SalesForce
Safeway Inc
Schnitzer Steel Ind.
Skanska USA
Smith CFI
Spirit Mountain Community Fund
Sussman Shank LLP
Target
Tripwire
Tournament Golf Foundation Inc
Wentworth Foundation
William G. Gilmore Fund of the OR Community Foundation

 $5,000–9,999

CenturyLink/ CenturyLink Pioneers
Wells Fargo Community Support Program
Wells Fargo Foundation

 


Schoolhouse Supplies is a member of the Kids in Need Foundation Network. The Foundation’s mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need. The Kids In Need National Network of Resource Centers includes 34 facilities that allow teachers from low-income schools to obtain free school supplies for their students. Throughout the year, the Foundation coordinates large donations from national donors to resource centers, which accounts for one third of Schoolhouse Supplies’ Free Store supplies.