Supporting the Sierra Club at work – it’s never been easier!

logoHow concerned are you with the quality of the air you breathe? How about the water you drink? With threats to our natural environment growing each day, we count on conservation groups across Oregon and our country to protect our forests, farmland, streams and air quality.

The Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club is a member of EarthShare Oregon, which engages private- and public-sector employees across the state to support nonprofits like ours. With a single gift to EarthShare Oregon, you can help 80 of the best environmental organizations here at home, and from coast to coast.

If you work for the State of Oregon, the federal government, Kaiser Permanente, NW Natural, PGE, or one of more than 100 employers, you make regular donations from your paycheck – simply and without any guesswork.

*Your employer may double your donation*

In fact, if you donate through EarthShare Oregon, your employer may pitch in too! Your $100 donation could become $150, or even $200. That’s what these companies have pledged to do:

American Express
Ameriprise Financial Advisors
Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects
Anthro Inc.
GE Healthcare
Green Mountain Energy
Hewlett Packard
Iberdrola Renewables
JPMorgan Chase
Kaiser Permanente
McKenzie River Broadcasting
Norm Thompson Outfitters
NW Natural
ODS Health Plans
Organically Grown Co.
Piper Jaffray
Portland General Electric
The Standard
United Health Group
Zimmer Gunsul Frasca

Consider increasing your gift by up to 100 percent without any extra effort! By giving through payroll contribution, you can give a larger gift by spreading the payment out over a year’s time. No personal checks to write or credit card numbers to give out – the money is automatically donated from your regular paycheck.

If your workplace is not currently involved in an EarthShare giving campaign, establishing one is easy. EarthShare will work with your employer to set up a program that meets your company’s needs.

To learn more about EarthShare Oregon and its workplace giving campaigns, visit

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