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2 Greg Ness, chairman, president and CEO, and Dr. Brian Druker, director of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, at an employee event. Employees, retirees and The Standard raised $540,000 for the 2014 Knight Cancer Challenge. We re all in this together The Standard a financial services company was founded in Portland, Ore., in From that very first day, our company has attracted the kind of people who want The Standard to be known for our industry expertise and our compassion. I m proud to say that tradition is still alive and well more than 100 years later. At The Standard, we share a common belief that when it comes to the success of communities, we re all in this together. In 2014, employees and retirees of The Standard joined together with the company to donate time, expertise and money to groups that help children learn and grow, feed and house people and families facing barriers to success, improve our environment, broaden access to the arts and more. The Standard and The Standard Charitable Foundation directed additional funding and support to similar community partners. We had a great year together a record-breaking year in fact. Through our signature annual Employee Giving Campaign, we raised almost $2 million for nonprofits! You ll read more about that in this report. Another annual tradition is our Jeans Days program. Employees purchase a pass to wear jeans on Fridays and the company matches their donations; funds are distributed to a single nonprofit. In 2014, we partnered with the Knight Cancer Challenge in support of OHSU s historic effort to raise a billion dollars thanks to a $500 million challenge grant from Phil and Penny Knight to help end cancer as we know it. The Standard sweetened the deal for employees, offering two jeans days for the price of one AND a double match. By the time it was all said and done, we raised $540,000! I m always moved by the generosity of my colleagues, but 2014 was special, and not just because we broke so many records. I don t know a single person who hasn t been touched by cancer, and the thought that we can be part of ending that terrible disease right here in Portland, Ore., is nothing short of remarkable. Keep reading to learn more about this effort and the many other ways employees and retirees of The Standard made a difference, together, in J. Greg Ness Chairman, president and CEO

3 Stronger together In 2014, The Standard, employees, retirees and The Standard Charitable Foundation supported more than 1,000 nonprofits with time, expertise and money, investing in the well-being of others and helping strengthen our communities. Employees support a wide range of organizations and causes, but our company and our foundation place special emphasis on helping individuals and families who have experienced a loss or setback, such as a disability or the loss of a loved one. Learn more about our funding priorities by visiting our website: Together employees of The Standard and the company took caring about others to the next level At The Standard, caring about people is our job and our passion. That shows up in the work we do, the customer service we provide and our community involvement. In 2014, here are a few of the ways we cared: By volunteering. The Standard provides employees with paid time off annually to volunteer. Many employees use those hours in company-sponsored Days of Caring to support community partners Employees repaired and refurbished bikes during an annual company-sponsored Day of Caring at the Community Cycling Center, which broadens access to bicycling and its benefits. By embracing sustainable business practices. One of The Standard s goals is to ensure a sustainable future for our company, our communities and our planet; we want to leave all three better than when we found them. In 2014, we continued our commitment by reducing The Standard s environmental footprint. That work is overseen by an all-volunteer Green Team and a Sustainability Steering Committee more than 100 company-supported employees working to reduce our environmental impact. Together employees of The Standard and the company connected like never before Here are a few of the ways we helped connect employees, and the support and resources of our company and foundation, with those in need: Placed employees on nonprofit boards. The Standard connects employees with nonprofits that seek their expertise, guidance and leadership support on their boards of directors. Our 65 officers are expected to serve on at least one civic or nonprofit board and we offer annual nonprofit board training for interested employees. In 2014, the effort helped us connect with dozens of charitable, civic and business organizations making a real difference in our communities. Hosted two volunteer expos. Each September, The Standard hosts Oregon s largest Volunteer Expo in Portland (now in its seventh year), and last year our Cincinnati, Ohio, office held its third annual expo. These expos help connect employees and the public with the local volunteer opportunities that match their interests and expertise. In 2014, more than 150 nonprofit organizations participated in our expos. such as schools, Meals-on-Wheels and literacy programs. In 2014, employees logged an impressive 20,000-plus volunteer hours. By wearing blue jeans: Our Jeans Days Program, now in its seventh year, allows employees to wear jeans on Thursdays and Fridays in exchange for a $100 donation to a nonprofit partner. In 2014, employee donations were double-matched by The Standard, and this partnership raised more than $540,000 for the Knight Cancer Challenge the largest gift we ve ever made to a single nonprofit. The Standard s annual Volunteer Expos in Cincinnati and Portland connect employees and the public with volunteer opportunities inside more than 150 nonprofit partners.

4 Funded doers. Our Dollars for Doers program, established in 1985, encourages employees to request philanthropic support from The Standard for the organizations at which they volunteer. In 2014, 15 nonprofit organizations each received $500 through this program. Together employees and the company made record-breaking contributions Employees volunteer monthly at Blanchet House, a nonprofit that provides free hot meals to those in need and operates a transitional shelter program for men struggling with addiction, unemployment or home and family issues. Recognized outstanding employee volunteers. The Standard maintains a Leo Award program in honor of Leo Samuel, the man who in 1906 founded the company that would become The Standard. Each year through this award program, the company recognizes four employee volunteers who exemplify the community spirit of Leo Samuel and makes a donation of $1,000 to their nonprofit. In addition to contributing time, expertise and enthusiasm, we also contribute financially to nonprofits, schools and other community organizations. In 2014, we contributed through: Giving by employees and retirees. The annual Employee Giving Campaign, one of our signature events, offers employees and retirees the chance to donate to nonprofit organizations or educational institutions of their choice and have their donations matched dollar-for-dollar by the company. In 2014, employees and retirees contributed nearly $1 million to 1,150 organizations. After The Standard s match, $1.75 million was distributed to nonprofit partners across the nation. Impact at a Glance TOTAL 2014 GIVING $2.8m EMPLOYEE GIVING CAMPAIGN $1.75m donated by employees/retirees and matched by the company 1,907 employees participated 1,150 nonprofit organizations benefitted EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEERISM 30 Day of Caring events 20,000 volunteer hours 65 all senior leaders serve on boards

5 Employing people with disabilities. A grant of $25,000 supported CAREERS for People with Disabilities, an organization with a mission of finding productive employment for individuals with learning, developmental, psychiatric and/or physical disabilities. The Standard supported the Workforce Readiness, Placement and Training Program for this Valhalla, N.Y.-based nonprofit. Providing recovery from addiction and mental health challenges. LifeWorks NW of Portland, Ore., received a $25,000 grant from The Standard for Project Network: Building Community One Family at a Time, a project to build a new home for their wellestablished, culturally focused residential drug and alcohol treatment program. The program provides quality and culturally responsive mental health and addiction services for 100 families each year. We accomplished so much in 2014, and we re just getting started. More than 75 employees and family members participate every year in the SOLVE Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup on the Oregon coast. An Oregon tradition for 30 years, 5,100 volunteers removed 62,500 pounds of litter and marine debris and hauled away 47 tires. Corporate and foundation giving. The Standard and The Standard Charitable Foundation target contributions in the areas of health and disabilities, education and cultural development. In 2014, giving by The Standard, its employees, retirees and The Standard Charitable Foundation totaled $2.8 million. The Standard: Ready to make a difference, together, in 2015! For more information To learn more about community involvement at The Standard or to apply for a corporate contribution or a foundation grant, visit Accepting the Challenge! The Standard launched a special partnership with Oregon Health & Science University and its historic Knight Cancer Challenge. In 2014, The Standard pledged at least $250,000 toward OHSU s $500 million matching grant challenge from Nike, Inc., co-founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny Knight. If OHSU can raise an additional $500 million and it is well on the way to achieving that goal OHSU will have $1 billion to focus on ending cancer as we know it. Employees, retirees and The Standard raised $540,000 for the Knight Cancer Challenge during the 2014 Employee Giving Campaign. More highlights from 2014 Activating potential. A grant of $25,000 was awarded to Freestore Foodbank. This Cincinnati nonprofit provides food and services and creates stability and self-reliance for people in crisis. The Standard funded the Cincinnati COOKS! initiative, a program that trains unemployed and under-employed adults in the culinary arts, preparing them for careers in the food-service industry. Employees from The Standard s Los Angeles Employee Benefit Sales and Service office joined forces with more than 100 employees from Mercer, one of our largest national strategic partners, to help nonprofit partner KaBOOM! build a playground from the ground up in just eight hours.

6 About The Standard The Standard, the marketing name for the subsidiaries of StanCorp Financial Group, is a leading provider of insurance products serving the life, disability, absence management, vision and dental needs of employer groups and disability insurance needs of individuals. Our asset management businesses offer retirement plans products and services, and individual annuities. The Standard is composed of Standard Insurance Company, The Standard Life Insurance Company of New York, Standard Retirement Services, Inc., StanCorp Mortgage Investors, Inc., StanCorp Investment Advisers, Inc., StanCorp Real Estate, LLC, and StanCorp Equities, Inc. Scan this QR code to learn more about The Standard s community involvement. Scan this QR code to see a complete list of organizations we supported in The Standard 1100 SW Sixth Avenue Portland OR (5/15)

7 The following organizations received charitable support from The Standard, its employees, retirees or The Standard Charitable Foundation in Friends of Oregon 5th Avenue Theatre Above Coping Abundant Life Church Benevolence Fund AC Portland Add Verb Productions Arts and Education Adventure Cycling Association Africa New Life Ministries International Aim High Academy of Martial Arts Ainsworth Foundation Ainsworth PTA Albertina Kerr Centers Alexander Graham Bell Association - Oregon Chapter All Classical Public Media All Hands Raised All Hands Raised - Beverly Cleary School Foundation All Hands Raised - Hosford Middle School Foundation All Hands Raised - Laurelhurst Elementary School All Hands Raised - Llewellyn Foundation All Hands Raised - Mary Rieke Foundation All Hands Raised - Richmond School Foundation All Hands Raised - Robert Gray Middle School Foundation Allen-Chase Foundation - Eaglebrook School ALS Association ALS Association - Evergreen Chapter ALS Association - Louisiana/Mississippi Chapter ALS Association - Oregon & SW Washington Chapter Alzheimer s Association Alzheimer s Association Greater Cincinnati Chapter Alzheimer s Disease and Related Disorders Association Amazon Conservation Association American Cancer Society American Cancer Society - Chicago American Cancer Society - Cincinnati American Cancer Society - Eastern Division American Cancer Society - Northwest Division American Cancer Society - Portland American Diabetes Association American Diabetes Association - Chicago American Diabetes Association - National Office American Diabetes Association - Portland American Foundation for Suicide Prevention American Heart Association - Cincinnati American Heart Association - Dallas Division American Heart Association - Pittsburgh American Heart Association - Portland & Southwest Washington American Humane Association American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education American Lung Association of Oregon American National Red Cross American Red Cross - Cincinnati Area Chapter American Red Cross - International Response Fund American Red Cross - National Headquarters Disaster Relief American Red Cross - Oregon Trail Chapter American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals American Whitewater Amherst College Amnesty International USA Andover Committee for a Better Chance Angeline Industries Angels in the Outfield Animal Aid Animal Friends Animal Legal Defense Fund Animal Rescue and Care Fund Animal Welfare League of Westchester County Arc of Greater New Orleans Archbishop Alter High School Archbishop Howard School Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon Arlington High School Arthritis Foundation Artichoke Community Music Artists for Community Transformation International Artists Repertory Theatre Arts & Communication Magnet Academy PTO Arts Corps Association of Former Students of Texas A&M University Association of Volunteer RNs Astor Library Friends Association Atlanta Educational Telecommunications Collaborative Audubon Society of Portland Augustana College Aurora Chorus Aurora University Autism Society of America Autism Society of Oregon Autism Speaks Autistic Community Activity Program Ave Maria Communications B.U.L.L. Session Bad Rap Bark Basic Rights Education Fund Baylor University Beacon Baptist Church Beaumont Middle School PTA Beaverton Arts Commission Beaverton Education Foundation Beaverton Foursquare Church Beaverton School District Bellwether Housing Ben Towne Foundation Best Friends Animal Society Bethany House Services Bethany School Parent Teacher Organization BFMA Education Foundation Bicycle Transportation Alliance Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Maine Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest Birmingham-Southern College Birthright of Vancouver Bishop Blanchet High School Black Parent Initiative Blanchet Catholic School Foundation Blanchet House of Hospitality Blue Mountain Humane Society Blue Sky Horse Rescue Bodyvox Bonnie L. Hayes Small Animal Shelter Born Again Pit Bull Rescue Boston Children s Hospital Bowdoin College Boy Scouts of America - Learning for Life Boy Scouts of America Cascade Pacific Council Boys & Girls Aid Boys & Girls Club of Collin County Boys & Girls Club of Nampa Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle Boys & Girls Club of Salem, Marion & Polk Counties Boys & Girls Clubs of America Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area Boys & Girls Clubs of Thurston County Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati Boys Hope & Girls Hope Bradley Angle House Bridgeport Elementary School Bridging Bridlemile Foundation Brigham Young University Brown Ledge Foundation Buckman Elementary School Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation USA Business Education Compact Business for Culture and the Arts Butternut Creek Elementary School Caldera California Lutheran University Calvert Camas Educational Foundation Camp The Standard Report to the Community 1

8 Odyssey Camp Rosenbaum Campfire Columbia Can Do Multiple Sclerosis Cancer Research Institute Candlelighters for Children with Cancer Capitol Hill Community Services Capitol Hill Elementary PTA Care Partners Hospice and Palliative CAREERS For People With Disabilities Carleton College Carolina ACD Rescue & Rebound Carroll College CASA for Children Cascade AIDS Project Cascade Policy Institute Cat Adoption Team Cat House on the Kings Cathedral School Catholic Answers Catholic Charities Catholic Charities - Project Rachel Catholic Foundation for the Roman Catholic Church in Northern California Catholic Relief Services Cats in Need of Human Care Ceasefire Oregon Education Foundation Cedar Hills Kindergarten & Preschool Cedar Mill Community Library Association of Washington County Cedar Mill School Parent Teacher Club Cedar Park Middle School Center for Asian Pacific American Women Center for Contemplative Arts Center for Family Services Center Grove Scholarship Foundation Central Catholic High School Central City Concern Central City Hospitality House Central Washington University Foundation Centro Cultural CEO Fund Chamber Music Society of Oregon Chess for Success Chicago Public Radio Childfund International USA Childpeace Montessori Community Children First Children International Children s Cancer Association Children s Community Clinic Children s Home of Northern Kentucky Children s Home Society of Florida - Friends of Joshua House Foundation Children s Memorial Hospital Children s Miracle Network Children s Relief Nursery Christ Church Episcopal Parish Christ the King Catholic School Christian Brothers Academy Christian Congregation of Jehovah s Witnesses Christian School Society of Portland - Portland Christian School Christmas for Kids Cincinnati Children s Hospital Cincinnati Public Radio Cinderella s Closet Circus Project City Club of Portland City of Oregon City - First City Arts Faire City of Portland - Women Strength Program City Team Ministries Clackamas County 4H Leaders Association Clackamas Service Center Clark County Executive Horse Council Classroom Law Project Clatsop Animal Assistance Clatsop County Women s Resource Center Cleveland High School Foundation College of the Holy Cross College of William and Mary Columbia Humane Society Columbia Land Trust Community Cycling Center Community Foundation for Southwest Washington Community Foundation of Greater Greenville - Clements Kindness Fund for the Children Community Kitchens of Birmingham Community Partners for Affordable Housing Community Transitional School Compassion First Compassion International Conchords Chorale Conestoga Community Organization Congress - Hayhurst PTA Cooking With the Troops Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere Corban College Cornish College of the Arts Corporation of Gonzaga University Corvias Council for the Homeless Covenant House Georgia Cowlitz County Humane Society SPCA Creative Advocacy Network Creative Science School PTA Crisis Pregnancy Centers of the Portland Metro Area Crohn s & Colitis Foundation of America Cross International Catholic Outreach Cultural Advocacy Coalition Cure Starts Now Foundation Cy Swish Cypress Community Christian School Society Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - Oregon Chapter D300 Foundation Dale Jr. Foundation Dana-Farber Cancer Institute DARE To Care Dartmouth College David Douglas Educational Foundation De La Salle De La Salle North Catholic High School Deaf Dogs of Oregon Death With Dignity National Center Defenders of Wildlife Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation Democracy Now Productions Dental Foundation of Oregon DePaul Industries DePaul Treatment Centers Deschutes Basin Land Trust Dickinson College Diocese of Pittsburgh Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust Disabled Sports USA Disjecta Doctors Without Borders USA Doernbecher Children s Hospital Foundation Dogpaw Dogs for the Deaf Domestic Violence Resource Center Domus Foundation Donate Life Northwest Donorschoose.Org Dorothy Fox PTA Dougy Center Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital Dress for Success Oregon Duniway Educational Foundation Duwamish Tribal Services Dwankhozi Hope Dynamic Catholic Institute E2 Foundation Earth Share New York Earth Share of Ohio Earth Share of Oregon Earthjustice East Washington County Shelter Partnership Council Easter Seals Oregon Ecole Bilingue De La Nouvelle Orleans Edesia Education Foundation for Bend-La Pine Schools Edy Ridge PAC Elders In Action Electronic Frontier Foundation Elevate Oregon Elsie Publishing Institute Enterprise Education Foundation Entertainment Industry Foundation - Stand Up To Cancer Equine Community Resources Chapter of Sound Equine Options Equity Foundation Ethos Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary Evans Scholars Foundation Evergreen Curling Club Evergreen Habitat For Humanity Exceed Enterprises FA International Faces Without Places Faithbridge United Methodist Church Family Dogs New Life Shelter Family House Farm Sanctuary Father Flanagan s Boys Home Faubion Elementary School Feed The Standard Report to the Community 2

9 My Starving Children Feeding America Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon Financial Beginnings Finnish Federation of the Visually Impaired First Baptist Church First Baptist Church Scripture Publishing Ministry - Bearing Precious Seed First Unitarian Church of Portland Foundation Fish Emergency Service Fistula Foundation Flatirons Community Church Florida Sheriff s Youth Ranches Focus on the Family Focus on Youth Folk-Time Food for the Hungry Food for the Poor Forest Park Conservancy Foundation Aiding the Elderly Foundation for Contemporary Theology Foundation of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Fractured Atlas Franciscan University of Steubenville Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Free to Breathe Freestore Foodbank Fresh Water Trust Friends Involved in Dog Outreach Friends of Cloud Mountain Friends of Franciscan Montessori Earth School and St. Francis Academy Friends of Oregon Commission for Women Friends of Outdoor School Friends of the Arlington Heights Friends of the Children - Portland Friends of the Columbia Gorge Friends of the Multnomah County Library Friends of the Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center Friends of Trees Friends of Tryon Creek Park Friends of Westbury High School WHS Foundation Friends of WLRN Fruit and Flower Day Nursery of Portland Full Access Furry Friends General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous Generation Life Gettysburg Foundation Gift of Life International Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington Girl Scouts of Western Ohio Girls on the Run of Portland Metro Girls, Inc. of Northwest Oregon Gladstone Education Foundation Golden Bond Rescue of Oregon Good Samaritan Foundation - Legacy Hopewell House Goodwill Industries Foundation of Central Indiana Goodwill Industries of the Columbia Willamette Goodwill of San Joaquin Valley Gopher Spirit Club Granby Education Foundation Granby High School Football Supporters Grant High School Grant High School Booster Club Grantmakers of Oregon and SW Washington Great Falls Central Catholic High School Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Greater Portland Pregnancy Resource Center Greater Portland, Inc. Green Mountain Scenic Byway Green Village Schools Greenville Hospital System - Children s Hospital Grinnell College Growing Gardens Guide Dogs for the Blind Guiding Eyes for the Blind Guys Grub and Gospel Habitat for Humanity International Habitat for Humanity of Westchester Habitat for Humanity Portland Metro East Hackensack Riverkeeper Hamilton County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company Hands on Atlanta Hands on Greater Portland Harlem School of the Arts Harmony Hill of Union Harold Oliver Parents & Educators Harvard University Harvest Christian Church Health and Science School PTO Heartland Animal Shelter NFP Hearts and Hammers Twin Cities Heifer Project International Help Argentina Helping Hands Simian Aids for the Disabled Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon Hickory Grove Baptist Christian School High Heels for Hope Highland Park Middle School Hilhi Youth Football Hillsboro Boys Baseball Association Hillsboro Schools Foundation Hillsboro Swim Team Hillsdale College Holy Cross Catholic School Holy Family Catholic School Holy Family Institute Holy Spirit Child Development Center Holy Trinity Catholic School Holy Trinity Junior High School and Child Development Center Home of the Innocents Home School Foundation Homeplate Youth Services Honor Flight Tri-State Hope Charities Hope for Paws Hope Lutheran Church Hopelink Horizon Christian Learning Center Hospice of Cincinnati Hospice of Metro Denver Hospice of the Valley Hospice of Washington County Hough Foundation House of Dreams Housecall Providers Hoyt Arboretum Friends Hug-A-Bunny Rabbit Rescue Human Rights Campaign Humane Society for Seattle/King County Humane Society for SW Washington Humane Society of Austin & Travis County Humane Society of Charlotte Humane Society of the United States Hunter College High School Alumnae Association I Have A Dream Foundation - Oregon I Have Wings Imagine Possibilities Immaculate Heart of Mary School Impact 100 Impact Northwest Incight Independence Fund Indiana Public Radio Indiana University Foundation Indigo Rescue and Adoption Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund Innocence Project Innovation Partnership Inter-Church Organization Interfaith Hospitality Network Interfaith Outreach Home International Justice Mission International Orthodox Christian Charities International Rescue Committee International Rett Syndrome Foundation International Service Fellowship USA - Interserve USA Intersection for the Arts - Writing Ourselves Whole Iowa State University Foundation IRCO Ivy School J.W. Poynter Middle School Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve Jackson Middle School PTA Jacob Wismer Parent Teacher Organization Janus Youth Programs Janus Youth Programs - Insights Teen Parent Program Japanese Ancestral Society of Portland Japanese Garden JDRF International Jefferson Whitney Foundation Jehovah s Witnesses Jesuit High School Jesuit High School of New Orleans Jesuit Refugee Service USA The Standard Report to the Community 3

10 Jewish Community Centers of Denver Jewish Family Service of Colorado Jewish Federation of Greater Portland John Hopkins University Johnson County Community Foundation Johnson Creek Watershed Association Johnson Ferry Baptist Church JOIN Jordan Thomas Foundation Josephine Community Libraries Joubert Syndrome & Related Disorders Foundation Journey Theater Arts Group Juniata College Junior Achievement of Oki Partners Junior Achievement of Oregon and SW Washington Junior League of Portland Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation - Austin Chapter KaBOOM! Kalamazoo College Kaleo Covenant Church Kansas University Endowment Association Katy Artreach KBOO Foundation Ke Kukui Foundation Kent Denver Country Day School Kenyon College Kerrytown Concert House Kex Kids Fund Kiva Microfunds Knova Learning Oregon Koreducators Lahash International Laity Renewal Foundation Lake Arrowhead Conservation Council Lake Cities Library Lake Grove Presbyterian Church Lake Oswego School District Foundation Lakeridge Junior High School Lakewood Theatre Company LaSalle High School Foundation Last Hope Latino Network Latter-day Saint Charities Lawyers Campaign for Equal Justice Lead International Ministry Network LEP Public Charter High School Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Oregon Chapter Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - White Plains Lewis & Clark College Lewis & Clark Law School Liberty High School Library Foundation Library Foundation of Hillsboro Life 4 Paws Life Path LifeCenter Lifeflight Foundation Lifeworks NW Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary Lines for Life Linfield College Literary Arts Little League Baseball Little Red School House Live Wire Radio Living Yoga Loaves and Fishes Lincoln High School Foundation Lone Survivor Foundation Love, Inc. of Tigard Tualatin Sherwood Lutheran Community Services Northwest Lutheran Social Service of Colorado Luv Shack Ranch Horse Rescue Macalester College Macdonald Center Madonna s Center Magdalene - Thistle Farms Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oregon Malvern Preparatory School Marc Lustgarten Pancreatic Cancer Foundation March of Dimes - Austin Division March of Dimes - Greater Oregon Chapter March of Dimes - Ohio Chapter March of Dimes - Washington Chapter March of Dimes Foundation Mariean Center School and Services Marion-Polk Food Share Marylhust Early Childhood Learning Center Matthew 25 Ministries Matthew s Hope Mattie J.T. Stepanek Foundation Mazamas McKinley Elementary School McMinnville Education Foundation Meadow Park PTO Meals on Wheels and More Meals on Wheels People Meals on Wheels People - Marjorie Stewart Senior Center Medical Teams International Melanoma Research Alliance Foundation Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Mercy Corps Mercy Corps Northwest Mercy Ships Messiah Lutheran Church META Peace Team Metropolitan Family Service Metropolitan Ministries Metropolitan Youth Symphony Metzger Elementary School Miami Museum Miami University of Ohio Michigan State University Midwest Labrador Retriever Rescue Midwest Palliative & Hospice Carecenter Mile High United Way Military Ovation Minnesota Sheltie Rescue Minnesota State Fair Foundation Minnesota State University Moorhead Alumni Foundation Minter Bridge Elementary School Miracle League of Frisco Misericordia Home Missouri Jobs With Justice Missouri Vietnam Veterans Foundation MLN Family Services MMA Charity Challenge Mono Lake Committee Foundation Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehab Center Morrison Child & Family Services Mountain Home Education Foundation Mudd-Nick Foundation Multi-Sensory Instruction Teaching Children Hands Multnomah Bar Foundation Multnomah Bible College and Seminary My Father s House My Sister s House Myelodysplastic Syndromes Foundation NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund NAILBA Charitable Foundation NASCAR Foundation National Alliance for the Mentally Ill - Clark County National Alliance for the Mentally Ill - Washington County National Alliance on Mental Illness of Clackamas County National Audubon Society National Brain Tumor Society National Christian Community Foundation National Coast Trail Association National Fragile X Foundation National Kidney Foundation National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Parents Organization National Parks Conservation Association National Relief Charities National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution National Tropical Botanical Garden National Wildlife Federation Native American Youth and Family Center Natural Resources Defense Council Nature Conservancy Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation Neighborhood House New Avenues for Youth New England Historic Genealogical Society New Heights Foundation New York Needs You Newberg Animal Shelter Friends Newspace Center for Photography Nichols School Buffalo Noah s Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center Noe International Nonprofit Association of Oregon Norcal Equine Rescue North Clackamas Education Foundation North Clackamas School District #12 North Coast Down Syndrome The Standard Report to the Community 4

11 Network North Coast Land Conservancy North County Recreation District Northeast Animal Shelter Northern Arizona University Foundation Northern California Institute for Research and Education Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Persons Northridge Hospital Foundation - Center for Assault Treatment Services Northwest Animal Companions Northwest Boxer Rescue Northwest Children s Outreach Northwest Children s Theater & School Northwest Children s Theatre Northwest Down Syndrome Association Northwest Earth Institute Northwest Film Center Northwest Harvest EMM Northwest Housing Alternatives - Annie Ross House Northwest Pilot Project Northwest Vegetarian Education and Empowerment Group Northwest Youth Corps Nursing Mother s Counsel of Oregon NW Earth Institute NW Sarcoma Foundation NW Shibas4LifeRescue Oberlin College Off the Couch Events Ogunquit Playhouse Foundation Ohio State University Foundation Old Library Studio One Way Farm of Fairfield Open Arms International Open House Ministries Open Meadow Alternative Schools Operation Nightwatch - Portland Operation Rainbow Operation Smile Oregon Ballet Theatre Oregon Children s Foundation Oregon Children s Theater Oregon Cultural Trust Oregon Dog Rescue Oregon Environmental Council Oregon Episcopal School Oregon Food Bank Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals Oregon Health & Science University - Knight Cancer Institute Oregon Health & Science University Foundation Oregon Historical Society Oregon Humane Society Oregon Humanities Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Oregon Natural Desert Association Oregon Ostomy Association Oregon Public Broadcasting Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation Oregon Right to Life Education Foundation Oregon Shakespeare Festival Association Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition Oregon Sports Authority Oregon State Police Officers Association Oregon State University - College of Business Oregon State University - College of Liberal Arts Oregon State University Foundation Oregon Symphony Oregon Tiger Sanctuary Oregon Trail Free Will Baptist Church Oregon Zoo Foundation Orenco Elementary Booster Club OSPIRG Foundation Our Clubhouse Our House Out of the Darkness Outside In Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Oxfam-America Oya No Kai P:ear Pacific Crest Community School Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Pug Rescue Pacific University Pamoja House Community Together Paralyzed Veterans of America Parent Organization of Scholls Heights Parent State University Parents for Public Schools Parents of Murdered Children Parkinson s Disease Foundation Parkinson s Resources of Oregon Partners In Health Password Community Mentoring Pathfinders of Oregon PCC Foundation Peace Lutheran Church Peacehealth Southwest Medical Center - Ray Hickey Hospice House Pendleton Mustangers Riding Club Peninsula Committee for Children s Hospital Los Angeles People for Care & Learning People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Peter Britt Gardens Music and Arts Festival Association Pets Alive PHAME Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors Pi Beta Phi Foundation Pilgrim Lutheran School Pittock Mansion Pittsburgh Foundation Pixie Project PKD Foundation Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas Planned Parenthood of the Columbia Willamette Platelet Disorder Support Association Playworks Pongo Fund Portland Adventist Community Services Portland Animal Welfare Team Portland Area Intergroup Portland Art Museum Portland Baroque Orchestra Portland Blues & Jazz Dance Society Portland Business Alliance Charitable Institute Portland Center Stage Portland Children s Museum Portland Classical Chinese Garden Portland Gay Men s Chorus Portland Habilitation Center Northwest Portland Homeless Family Solutions - Goose Hollow Family Shelter Portland Jazz Festival Portland Maine Symphony Orchestra Portland Montessori School Portland Mountain Rescue Portland Opera Portland Piano International Portland Rescue Mission Portland Rose Festival Foundation Portland State University Alumni Association Portland State University Foundation Portland Symphonic Choir Portland Taiko Portland Village School Portland Women s Crisis Line Pound Puppy Rescue Pride NW Project Lemonade Project Quest Project Renewal Proud Ground Providence Christo Rey High School Providence General Foundation Providence Portland Medical Foundation Providence St. Vincent Medical Foundation PTA Oregon Congress Punahou School Puppies Behind Bars Purdue University Purrfect Pals Q Center Q Doc Quatama Elementary School Rainforest Alliance Ramapo College Foundation Raphael House of Portland Reading Results Reason Foundation Rebound of Whatcom County Redwood School & Rehabilitation Center Reed Institute Refuge for Women Regional Arts & Culture Council Resolutions Northwest Restore Hope Results Returning Veterans Project Richmond Justice Initiative Riders for Health Ridgewood Parent-Teacher Co-Op Rinehart Clinic Ripon College Robert Louis Stevenson School Robison Jewish Home Rock n Roll Camp The Standard Report to the Community 5

12 for Girls Ronald McDonald House Charities Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Oregon Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati Royal Rosarian Foundation Ryan Mcelroy Children s Cancer Foundation Sacredflight Saint Paul of the Cross Retreat Center Saints Simon and Jude School Salem Free Medical Clinic Salvation Army Salvation Army - Cascade Divisional Headquarters Salvation Army - Gresham Samaritans Purse San Antonio Food Bank San Carlos Apache Indian School San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center Save the Children Scappoose Booster Club Schoolhouse Supplies Scleroderma Foundation Southern California Chapter Sea Turtle Oversight Protection Seattle Center Foundation Seattle Pacific University Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry Second Harvest Heartland See Ya Later Foundation Self Enhancement, Inc. Serendipity Center Servant Partners Services for the Underserved Sexton Mountain Elementary School Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center Sexual Assault Resource Center Sexual Assault Support Services Shaohannah s Hope - Show Hope Shared Hope International Sharing and Caring Hands Sherie Hildreth Ovarian Cancer Foundation Sherwood Education Foundation Sherwood Fastpitch Association Shriner s Hospital for Children - Portland Shu Ren of Portland Sierra Club Foundation Sifton Elementary School SIM USA Simon Wiesenthal Center Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon Foundation Sisters of the Road Cafe Skidmore College Skills for Living Skyline Elementary School PTA Small Change SMART Smile Train Snow-Cap Community Action Program Society of St Vincent DePaul Cincinnati Chapter Soles4Souls Solid Rock Fellowship SOLVE Sonrise Baptist Church - Shelter at Orenco Station Sound View Camp and Retreat Center - Presbyterian Disaster Assistance South Metro Jewish Community - Beit Haverim Southwest Community Health Center Southern Poverty Law Center Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance Southmoor Partners in Excellence Special Olympics Connecticut Special Olympics New York Special Olympics Oregon Special Operations Warrior Foundation Spectrum Dance Theater Spina Bifida Association of Connecticut SPOON Foundation Spreckels Organ Society Spurwink Services Squirrel Refuge St. Alexander Catholic Church St. Andrew Legal Clinic St. Andrew Nativity School St. Anthony s School St. Ignatius Parish School St. Ignatius School Foundation St. James Child Development Center St. John Fisher School St. Joseph Bay Humane Society St. Joseph Catholic School St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church St. Jude Children s Research Hospital St. Juliana Falconieri Catholic Community St. Mary Parish - St. Mary s Mission St. Mary s Academy St. Paul Food Pantry St. Pius V School St. Pius X School St. Rose of Lima St. Vincent De Paul Food Store St. Vincent De Paul Portland Council St. Vincent De Paul St. Rose Conference Stand for Children Stanford University State University of New York - Binghamton STING Store to Door Storycorps Street Roots Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas Summa Institute Sunnyside Environmental School PTA Sunshine Ministries Supporting Riley Children Susan G. Komen - Chicago Susan G. Komen 3 - Day for the Cure Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation - Oregon & SW Washington Affiliate Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation - Puget Sound Affiliate Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods - Portland Fruit Tree Project Sweet Adelines International - Cascade Harmony Sweet Dreams for Kids Swiss Village Sycamore Lane Therapeutic Riding Center Syda Foundation Taylor Mill Elementary Teach for America Team Rubicon Teen Challenge of Oregon Terra Linda Parent Teacher Club Texas Cattle Dog Rescue The Carter Center The Chelsea Hicks Foundation The Conservation Fund The Cornerstone Foundation The Fletcher School The Fuller Foundation The Madeleine School The Portland Ballet The Prasad Project The Promise The Standard Charitable Foundation Therapeutic Health Services Third Rail Repertory Theatre Thomas A. Edison High School Tigard High Band Boosters Tigard High School Parent Support Organization Tigard Loaves and Fishes Tigard United Methodist Church Tigard-Tualatin Schools Foundation Tix Four Tots Toby Fund of Wolf Creek, Oregon Tom McCall Upper Elementary School Parent Club Transition Projects Trauma Intervention Programs Tri- County Pregnancy Crisis Center Trillium Family Services Trojan Booster Club - Wilson Field Improvement Project Troopsdirect Trust for Public Land Trust for Public Land - Oregon Office Tualatin High School Tualatin River Watershed Council Tualatin Riverkeepers Tuality Healthcare Foundation Tucker-Maxon Oral School Tufts College Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation Ty Shields Memorial Fund U.S. Fund for UNICEF U.S. Mission Umatilla County Historical Society Unbound Union Baptist Church Union Gospel Mission Union Gospel Mission Association of Salem Unitarian Universalist Service Committee United Cerebral Palsy Association of Oregon and Southwest Washington United Paws of America United Plant The Standard Report to the Community 6

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