Central Oregon—NeighborImpact, a nonprofit supporting people and strengthening communities, is now accepting cryptocurrency donations via Every.org including Bitcoin, USD Coin, Ethereum and more. Cryptocurrency has reached a market cap of $2 trillion in 2021. While the asset class remains volatile, it is the fastest growing asset of the decade. With the addition of the first Bitcoin ETF and integration of crypto into everyday payments platforms such as PayPal and Venmo, cryptocurrency is becoming more and more integratedRead More >

Central Oregon—This February, MOD Pizza and Dutch Bros are partnering with NeighborImpact to help build a new food warehouse one cup and one pie at a time. This Thursday, Feb. 17, MOD Pizza in the Cascade Village Mall will donate a portion of the day’s sales to NeighborImpact. Then on Friday, Dutch Bros will celebrate Dutch Luv by donating $1 of every coffee drink sold to NeighborImpact. Proceeds from both events will benefit NeighborImpact’s foodRead More >

Central Oregon—NeighborImpact could not provide the outreach and level of support for our neighbors in need without the help of Central Oregon businesses. In February, NeighborImpact would like to acknowledge these local partners who are powering our efforts through their support. Voltaire Cycles in Northwest Crossing is offering the chance to win their very own ride into the future. Neighbor Impact is raffling a BESV PSA 1 pedal-assisted e bike. Make your commute fun, freshRead More >

Central Oregon—NeighborImpact’s Mobile Food Pantry has expanded to include two new distribution locations, thanks to partnerships with Central Oregon Community College and Culver School District. NeighborImpact’s ‘Fresh to You’ program started with its first distribution in Prineville, where it served 523 individuals with 1,341 pounds of food. Now, the mobile food pantry brings fresh food and meal staples to food-insecure families at 4 locations, serving 1,628 individuals and distributing over 15,000 pounds of food every month.Read More >