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The Reser Family Foundation makes charitable financial contributions that transform people and places across the state. Our grants aim to provide the broadest public benefit, creating a future that’s brighter for all. Learn more about what we support or apply for a grant.
“From our very first conversation, it was clear that The Reser Family Foundation is dedicated and intentional about investing in the well-being of rural communities. They asked the right questions, clearly understood what gaps needed to be filled, and provided us the support we needed to get the job done. Our people, rivers and landscapes are better off for it.”
Larz Stewart, Wallowa Resources, Development Director
“The Reser Family Foundation has been a dedicated financial partner in supporting RTWC in repairing and rehabilitating Washington County’s housing. Through their investment, we are able to rebuild the lives of some of our community’s most-vulnerable homeowners. We are fortunate to have found a partner in Reser.”
Danielle Schira, Rebuilding Together Washington County
“The Reser Family Foundation is committed to strengthening Oregonians through their remarkable investments in the work being done by the dedicated non-profits across so many sectors in this region. They are true partners who are consistently engaged & collaborative with each and every interaction.”
Lani E Faith, Executive Director Beaverton Arts Foundation
“We are deeply grateful for the friendship and engagement of The Reser Family Foundation, whose investments in JoyRx programs for seriously ill children, teens, and their families have catalyzed our growth and amplified our impact in the Pacific Northwest since 2011. The Reser Family Foundation understands that it takes more than medicine to battle a cancer diagnosis.”
Regina Ellis, Founder and CEO, Children’s Cancer Association
“The Council on Aging of Central Oregon is grateful to Reser’s Fine Foods for helping fund nutrition services for homebound older adults in Central Oregon. With their support, many older adults who live on fixed and limited incomes do not suffer from food insecurity, hunger and malnutrition.”
Emily Burnham, Manager of Strategic Communications and Public Relations