Oregon Chinese Coalition is an IRS approved 501c(3) non-profit organization (TAX ID: 82-1027620). Its funding entirely comes from donations from community members. Everyone works in this organization as a volunteer. All donations will be used to fund community activities.
How to Donate
Thank you for your generosity. Your contribution to OCC is tax-deductible under IRC Section 170. Please make sure to answer a few questions in the google doc so that we know how to contact you and how to publish your donation here.
Please choose the way for your most convenience:
Select ‘send to friend’ and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make checks payable to Oregon Chinese Coalition and mail to:
Oregon Chinese Coalition
PO Box 1675
Beaverton, OR 97075
Note: 2.2% fee will be deducted from the donation.
Also Donate by Shopping Online
Donations are made by the AmazonSmile Foundation and are not tax-deductible by you. There is no additional cost to you at your online checkout for this donation from Amazon.
Employee Matching Gifts
are donations an employer makes to match its employees’ charitable contributions. Usually associated with corporate grantmakers, employee matching gifts often are dollar-for-dollar, but some companies will give double or even triple the original donation. Currently, the following corporations have OCC added to their qualified charitable organization list.
Intel Employee Only
OCC can get ~$10/hour if you report the hours when volunteering in OCC. For entering volunteer hours, go to “report individual hours”, click on “search the database”, using searching for ID 27723 or Name “OREGON CHINESE COALITION”.
The committee is responsible for quarterly hearing of OCC’s financial operations, advising the best practice of raising and spending the money, and compliance of any financial regulations for NPO.
Victoria Ren Scholarship
Designed by Sophia, Victoria’s twin sister.
Victoria (Zifan) Ren was a student at Findley Elementary School, Beaverton Oregon. She passed away in 2017 after fighting a rare type of cancer for more than three years. She was remembered by her teachers, classmates, friends and neighbors as a very beautiful, talented, and brave girl. Victoria’s parents decided to set up Victoria Ren Scholarship to let her sweetest smile brighten other children in the community who need assistance emotionally and/or financially.
By the end of each school year, one scholarship will be awarded to a student of any age in the Chinese community. The recipient will receive $500. The selection will be made by the Advisory Committee and Victoria’s parents.
2017 Dustin Leung, 7th Grade Student at Stoller Elementary School
2018 Ginger Pan, rising 7th grader in Green Hall (SUMMA / TAG program) at Stoller Middle School
2019 Nancy Bai, Sophomore student at Sunset High School
2020 Erik Liang, rising senior student at Tigard High School
Special Fundraising Deals
From time to time, we gladly accepted such deals with fundraising purpose from businesses and individuals. We are not in the position to give any recommendation to the quality of the products or services, although we have tried our best to provide community members with quality as promised in the flyers.