Make A Donation

When you make a gift to Cascade Policy Institute, you take a stand for Oregon’s future.


Your financial contribution allows us to fulfill our mission of advancing public policy alternatives that foster individual liberty, personal responsibility, and economic opportunity.

Your donation enables us to produce in-depth research on policy issues that matter today—and to share this information with Oregon’s citizens, elected officials, and media.

To achieve our goals, we rely on the voluntary support of individual, foundation, and corporate donors. Cascade receives no funding from the government and never will. 

When you become a donor to Cascade Policy Institute, you will receive our President’s Memos, Quarterly Newsletters, and email updates. We hope you will share them with your friends and colleagues. We also hope you will join us for special events throughout the year, such as “Policy Picnic” roundtable discussions, online events, evening seminars, book forums, and socials.

At Cascade, you’re not just a donor; you’re a colleague. We invite you to share your thoughts and concerns with us.

Cascade Policy Institute is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization under IRS Section 501(c)(3)h (Tax ID #93-1045925). Donations to Cascade are tax deductible to the extent of the law and gratefully received!

Below are different ways to make a gift to Cascade Policy Institute:

Online: Donate Now


Cascade Policy Institute
4850 SW Scholls Ferry Rd, Suite 103
Portland, Oregon 97225

Call: 503.242.0900

Give Stock!

A gift of stock is easily accomplished through an electronic transfer. Simply request that your broker transfer the shares directly to Cascade Policy Institute’s account as follows:

Cascade Policy Institute
Charles Schwab, Inc.
DTC number: 0164 Code 40
Account: 4506-7485

Then, so we will know who made the donation and can thank you properly, please call or email Karen Rue at or (503) 242-0900 with the following information:

  • Name of the stock you have donated
  • Number of shares
  • Approximate value of gift