2020 B CORP IMPACT REPORT
HOLDING TRUE TO OUR MISSION
Through the challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic, 2020 became a catalyst to evaluate new ways to put people and the planet over profit at ACHS, including implementing a fully remote administrative and faculty workforce for the health and safety of our community.
As a result, ACHS team members reported the following areas significantly improved in 2020:
In 2020, our goal was to maximize access to resources across the world-wide ACHS community and beyond. Our team worked to develop and deliver webinars and series to support the unique challenges we have been confronted with throughout the pandemic, working to improve access, provide tools, reduce stress, and empower positive learning through one-hour webinar sessions.
FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS POSITIVE CHANGE
ACHS Cash Contributions Local cash contributions to public-benefit nonprofit organizations totaling $4,512.
- Neighborhood House
- Street Roots
- Black Food NW
- Kitchen Commons
- ACHS Foundation
Global cash contributions to public-benefit nonprofit organizations based world-wide totaling $2,037.85.
- Black Girls Cook
- American Botanical Council - Green Development and Garden Fund
- College & Community Fellowship
OUTSIDE THE OFFICE
The ACHS staff and faculty community is committed to volunteering and donating to causes within their communities and that are close to their hearts. Through a survey, we were able to capture many of the financial contributions, volunteer hours, and donations that our team contributed in 2020. Support trends included community trash clean up, animal shelter volunteering, relief service hours for impacted communities, food and clothing donations, and more. ACHS Staff and Faculty 2020 Financial Donations
ACHS-SPONSORED STAFF AND FACULTY DONATIONS
ACHS was honored to close 2020 by donating $2,650 to the staff- and faculty-selected organizations below. We were proud to see our team's passion for important causes reflected in their choices.
Equitable Giving Circle Cat Adoption Team Shepherd's Door Mt. Hood Camp Kiwanis Recycling Advocates NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Hayden's Helping Hands Wounded Warrior Project SMYRC SCRAP PDX Family Promise of Washington County Boys & Girls Club of Metro Richmond p:ear ASPCA Oregon Food Bank Bat Conservation International
Community Transitional School 7 Elements Fanconi Anemia Research Fund Christopher House Chicago Holt International Australian Koala Foundation Neighborhood House Hopeworks The Trevor Project Forward Assist Birthing People Foundation PFLAG Outside In Feed the Kitty Les Turner ALS Foundation Oregon Saint Bernard Rescue