Nonprofit Organizations


At Stahancyk, Kent & Hook we know the people on the ground make the most difference. We  help non-profits make a difference in people's lives by providing leadership, funding, volunteers and donations of materials.

Child Centered Solutions

Child Centered Solutions protects the rights of children involved in high-conflict domestic-relations cases. CCS helps parents and professionals identify and appropriately address the needs of children during family conflicts.

Dress for Success

Dress for Success provides disadvantaged women with professional clothing and mentoring in order to help them advance themselves professionally and economically. Managing shareholder Laurel Hook has organized an annual Dress for Success drive every year since 2003.

Sparrow Club

A national nonprofit organization that pairs schools or other youth groups with children in medical need. Sparrow Clubs allow children and young people a way to help one another. Managing shareholder Joel Kent is the Chairperson for the annual Sparrow Club Fly Fishing Derby.

St. Andrew Legal Clinic

A non-profit that provides legal representation in the area of family law to low-income individuals. Several SK&H attorneys offer pro-bono legal services to SALC, and the entire SK&H office participates whole-heartedly in SALC's annual Race for Justice fundraiser. Attorney Arthur Saito is a current fundraiser for the event.

More Nonprofit Organizations That We Support:

American Diabetes Associaton
Advocate for people with diabetes and fight to improve access to health care, eliminate discrimination against people with diabetes, increase funding for prevention, and to cure diabetes.

American Lung Association
Work to save lives of those suffering from lung diseases and raise awareness.

Big Brothers and Big Sistes of Southwest Washington
Match at-risk youth with a big brother/sister who provide one-on-one mentoring. Largest and oldest youth mentoring organization in the US.

Blanchet House
Provide meals, housing for those in need and operates a farm with resident workers at different stages of rehabilitation.

Bonnie L. Hays Animal Shelter
Care for more than 7500 stray, abandoned, or neglected animals. Rehabilitate and find homes for dogs and cats.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Southwest Washington
Provide families of the community with affordable, quality after-school and summer programs for children.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Portland Metro Area
Host special fundraising events for their organization to be able to continue their community support.

Camp Arrah Wanna
132 Acres of forest located at the base of Mt Hood. Mainly services the non-profit community by providing affordable grounds for retreats, events and meetings.

Children's Relief Nursery
Strive to end child abuse and neglect by offering services such as respite care, parenting classes, music and art therapy to families who are at risk.

Clark County Genealogical Society
Located in Vancouver, save genealogical records of the pioneers for future generations.

CASA of Central Oregon
Advocate for the best interest of children who have been abandoned, abused or neglected, and aid the court in placement.

Crook County Historical Society
An organization dedicated to historical preservation that has been operating the A.R. Bowman Memorial Museum in downtown Prineville, OR, since 1971.

Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital
Provide 24 hour emergency and critical veterinary care for animals.

Family Access Network
Connect children and families to social supports with the mission to keep children in school.

Free Geek
Refurbish technological devices and provide education and job skills in exchange for community service. Program volunteers build computers that are adopted and given to non-profit organizations.

Grandma's House
Day care service and education for young children. Accredited by the National Association for Education of Young Children.

Guide Dogs for the Blind
First training school for guide dogs on the west coast who serve the blind and visually impaired.

The Humane Society of Central Oregon
Pet adoption, veterinary care and shelter for lost, abandoned and abused animals, pet licensing, and humane education.

Interstate Firehouse Theater
Art center in North Portland that promotes and showcases diversity in the arts. Offer affordable classes and workshops in an effort to make the arts accessable.

Junior Achievement
Volunteers travel to the classroom to educate and inspire students to realize their potential.

Lane County Legal Aid
Provide legal assistance to low income citizens in Lane County.

Leadership Portland
Educate and develop community leaders to address the needs of the business community.

Locks of Love
Give hairpieces to children suffering from any long term diagnosis.

Lutheran Community Services
Human services agency who provide wide range of services to all who need it.

MountainStar Family Relief Nursery
Nonprofit dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect in Central Oregon by providing services to keep children safe, parents successful and families together.

Multnomah Court Care
Primarily funded by the legal community through the Multnomah Bar Association, offers free drop-in child care for families at court.

Oregon Children's Theater
Partnered with social service agency organizations to provide theatre workshops, free tickets, scholarships to children and free training and resources for teachers.

Oregon Food Bank
The center of a network consisting of 935 hunger-relief agencies throughout Oregon and Clark County of Washington who distribute food to those in need.

Ronald McDonald House
Service needy families who have children undergoing medical treatment and who need basic medical and dental care.

Safe Haven Humane Society
No kill shelter for animals located in Albany. Adoption services and low cost spaying and neutering available.

Sagebrush Classic
Fundraising event with fine food, music, wine, beer and golf. Proceeds benefit central Oregon charities who help families and children.

Self Enhancement, Inc.
Assists and motivates at-risk urban youth realize their potential and the value of education.

Start Making a Reader Today (SMART)
Provide individual volunteers to help children become better readers.

Toys for Tots
Provide toys to children of economically challenged familes and help them experience the joy of Christmas.

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