Our Partners

We are firmly rooted in our community

When you help us share powerful stories, you shape the narrative of today’s America. As The Immigrant Story grows, you also become a vital voice guiding the direction our organization takes in the future.

The Immigrant Story couldn’t do what we do without the support of our partners. Our partners are vital to our community. They contribute more than money. Our partners provide generous in-kind support, volunteering their skills and expertise.

We would love to be able to count on you! As a partner, The Immigrant Story offers you a wide range of opportunities to support our work while enhancing your own civic and social responsibilities and engagement objectives.  The goal is to work together to create a mutually beneficial partnership for your organization and The Immigrant Story.

Sankar Raman

In-Kind Donation and Services

We encourage in-kind services, goods, expertise, or cash equivalents, and will work with you to match your company or organization’s goals with our needs.

Empowering Employees

A partnership with The Immigrant Story gives your employees the opportunity to contribute creatively, whether by volunteering their time or their expertise or by promoting creative fundraising initiatives.

Giving Grants

Partners can invest in The Immigrant Story with a grant or cash equivalent to support our efforts.

We would be happy to discuss these and other opportunities with you, and we invite you to please contact us today about becoming our partner.

Our Funding Sponsors:

  • Zidell Family Foundation
  • The Holzman Foundation
  • Oregon Community Foundation
  • Oregon Humanities
  • Beaverton Arts Council
  • Hillsboro Arts and Culture Endowment
  • City of Beaverton
  • Cultural Coalition of Washington County
  • Intel Corporation
  • Columbia Bank

Our community partners and Collaborators include:

  • Oregon Historical Society
  • Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education
  • Jim Lommasson – What We Carried
  • Portland Radio Project
  • Never Again Coalition
  • Portland Monthly
  • Five Oaks Museum