Who We Support


Mickelberrry Gardens believe in giving back to our community, which includes supporting non-profits who are doing important work that aligns with our values. 

Our giving philosophy is based in financially and materially supporting organizations that work to enhance the following goals:

BEE HEALTH

PLANT DIVERSITY

WATER CONSERVATION

LAND STEWARDSHIP

EQUITY

Read more about the amazing organizations we have chosen to support below. In 2021, we will be partnering with our customers to raise additional funds for these organizations!


American Apitherapy Society

Promotes the use of honey bee products in daily health.

Mickelberry Gardens is a professional member of this organization.




Oregon Food Bank

Working to eliminate hunger in Oregon, by addressing the root causes of hunger through public policy, nutrition and garden education, and public awareness.

Mickelberry Gardens makes charitable contributions to support the work of the Oregon Food Bank.




Xerces Society

international nonprofit organization that protects the natural world through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats.

Mickelberry Gardens is a Proud Supporter of Xerces Society, and makes annual charitable contributions to support their work.




Equitable Giving Circle

Building immediate and increased equity throughout Portland’s BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities through a combination of fund development and network building opportunities that center economic equity.

Mickelberry Gardens makes annual charitable contributions to support the work of Equitable Giving Circle.
 


Honeybee Health Coalition

taking collaborative action to improve honey bee health by addressing multiple factors influencing bee health, including hive pests and disease, forage and nutrition, and exposure to crop pesticides.
Mickelberry Gardens makes annual charitable contributions to support the work of the Honeybee Health Coalition.

 


American Botanical Council 

provide education using science-based and traditional information to promote responsible use of herbal medicine.

Mickelberry Gardens is a professional member of the American Botanical Council.




United Plant Savers

protecting native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.

Mickelberry Gardens is a business member of this organization.

 


Johnson Creek Watershed Council

promote restoration and stewardship of a healthy Johnson Creek Watershed through sound science and community engagement.
Mickelberry Gardens makes annual charitable contributions to support the work of Johnson Creek Watershed Council.

People's Health Clinic PDX

dedicated to providing free health services to those who are living at the crossroads of economic injustice and other systemic oppressions.


Mickelberry Gardens makes product donations to People's Health Clinic PDX.

 

Friends of Family Farmers

building a strong and united voice for Oregon’s independent family farmers, food advocates, and concerned citizens who are working to foster an approach to agriculture that respects the land, treats animals humanely, sustains local communities, and provides a viable livelihood for family farmers.
Mickelberry Gardens makes annual charitable contributions to support the work of Friends of Family Farmers.




Columbia Slough Watershed Council

protect and enhance the Columbia Slough and its watershed through community engagement, education, and restoration. 
Mickelberry Gardens makes annual contributions to support the work of Columbia Slough Watershed Council.

Canoe Journey Herbalists

an Indigenous centered, community supported project that connects Indigenous community with herbal medicine—bridging access to plant resources and traditional healers, as well as operating a yearly mobile community clinic on the largest gathering of Coastal Salish people, the Intertribal Canoe Journey. 

Mickelberry Gardens makes annual contributions to support the work of Canoe Journey Herbalists.

 

 

Columbia Land Trust

conserves and cares for the Northwest places you love—the places that provide all of us well-being and an unrivaled quality of life. 

Mickelberry Gardens makes annual contributions to support the work of Columbia Land Trust.

 

 

 

Black Resilience Fund

an emergency fund dedicated to healing and resilience by providing immediate resources to Black Portlanders.

Mickelberry Gardens makes annual contributions to support the work of the Black Resilience Fund.

 

 

Beyond Toxics

an Oregon environmental justice organization advancing policies that ensure meaningful participation and cultivating grassroots leadership from Oregon’s frontline and impacted communities.

Mickelberry Gardens makes annual contributions to support the work of Beyond Toxics.