Announcing the 2018 Impact Award…Post 58!

The Portland-based nonprofit recently launched an effort to get homeless youth, foster children and kids from underserved communities outdoors, taking them on trips that range from a simple hike to a trek to the summit of Mount St. Helens. “The power of these opportunities for personal development and growth are limitless”, says Executive Director Peter Green

The Multnomah Athletic Foundation’s Impact Award recognizes the positive impact of a nonprofit organization through its support of youth, athletic participation and community collaboration. The annual Impact Award is presented to one of our community grant partners in the Portland Metropolitan area.

Learn more about Post 58 and the Impact Award

Registration open!

2 riders for 1 contribution until Dec 31st at 11:59 PM

Ride on Sunday, Jan. 27

Same energy and mission!
We ride so kids can participate and play!       

NEW for 2019:

  • Expanded ride 5 hours
  • Post ride party on Jan 31
  • Every rider gets a complimentary ticket to the party!

Instructors for 2019:

  • Kirsten Kler 8 AM
  • Billy Boynton 9 AM
  • Keirsten Lake 10 AM
  • Lisa Bendt 11 AM
  • Special Guest Noon

Registration HERE

Learn more about the event

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Multnomah Athletic Foundation: Achievement Through Athletics

Founded in 1991, the Multnomah Athletic Foundation is grounded in the support of amateur athletics, activities that promote discipline, leadership and skill development. Athletic participation is the heart of the Foundation.


The Multnomah Athletic Foundation focuses on community outreach. We have provided over $570,000 in community grants supporting youth sports opportunities and awarded over $1,100,000 in scholarships to student-athletes in the Portland metro area.

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Megan Lewis, Executive Director, Friends of the Children

I wanted to take the time to personally thank you for awarding me the Loprinzi scholarship. It truly means the world to me to have those around me support me on my journey to college. Thank you tremendously!

Bridgette, Jefferson High School Class of 2014

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Sarah, Girls on the Run

We are so grateful for your support for our work to improve outcomes for kids and schools. The joy on kids’ faces at recess and throughout the school day is what keeps us going. We know that play works! We are thrilled to have you as a partner in this critical work.

Doran, Playworks Portland