Exploration, Education & Empowerment
Oregon is a place of breathtaking beauty that allows for people to explore, learn, and experience adventure. However, not every Oregonian has the resources needed to get outdoors. Our mission is to promote the exploration of Oregon for those who may not have the ability to go on their own. We introduce the youngest generation to our state's wilderness by visiting places like Mt. Hood, the Painted Hills, the Gorge, the Oregon Coast, Smith Rock and the Wallowas. These young explorers experience Oregon's wonders while engaging in activities such as hiking, site-seeing, and time with friends. Our goal is for students to explore, become educated, and become empowered to make nature a part of their lives. Passport Oregon is a nonprofit that is funded solely on donations. By donor's generosity, we transform funds into experiences. Your donations allow us to partner with school districts and communities to create adventures and memories that will last a lifetime!
Support Passport Oregon through Bag it Forward at New Seasons!
We are a "Bag it Forward" partner at the Arbor Lodge and University Park New Seasons Stores. Now you can donate your 5 cent reusable bag refund to Passport Oregon when you shop at either store!
Learn more: www.newseasonsmarket.com/bag-it-forward/
Bill McKibben on Exploration and Passport Oregon!
Hear from our Chief Exploration Officer!
Our Chief Exploration Officer, Kevin, was featured on the "Everyday Heroes" segment of KATU News. Watch this video and learn more about why Passport Oregon started and the impact it is making!
We want you to join our team!
Watch us on KGW News!
Kevin and our student Kimisa share with Portland Today about Passport Oregon and the opportunites it provides!
We've been featured in the University of Oregon News!
Now more than a year old, Passport Oregon helps to “close the nature gap,” enabling children to develop perspectives and become knowledgeable about Oregon.
Family Service Day:
Passport Oregon partnered with Friends of Trees to plant over 2,000 plants in a SE Portland park! Watch our experience here: