24-Feb-2022 | Market Research Store

The Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative is effectively engaged in its emergency fund in recent days to contribute $20,000 to support the offering of warm shelters across Oregon. They offer vital services for families and individuals looking for help due to the current year's climate conditions.

The emergency funds will encourage the nonprofits in the region across the country during the crisis period. The fund was engaged to help people shaken by wildfires, the Oregon Historical Society when it was vandalized, and Oregon Food Bank during the Covid-19 pandemic. Last February also the fund was engaged to offer facilities to people suffering due to a severe cold snap.

Oregon can also contribute to helping such communities by supporting the emergency fund by taking the bottles and cans they want to donate to any Bottledrop redemption center and informing the staff of the company regarding the wish to donate the containers.

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Few of the non-profits operating warming centers, the BottleDrop’s Emergency Fund is contributing this week include:

  • Transition Projects – operating a center in Portland (Multnomah County)
  • Right 2 Dream Too – operating a center in Portland (Multnomah County)
  • Portland Rescue Mission – operating a center in Portland (Multnomah County)
  • Pear – operating a center in Portland (Multnomah County)
  • New Avenues for Youth – operating a center in Portland (Multnomah County)
  • Do Good Multnomah – operating centers in Portland (Multnomah County)
  • CityTeam Portland – operating a center in Portland (Multnomah County)
  • The ARCHES Project – operating centers in Salem (Marion County)
  • Lebanon Soup Kitchen Community – operating a center in Lebanon (Linn County)
  • St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County – operating centers in Eugene and Sp
  • Gospel Rescue Mission – operating centers in Grants Pass (Josephine County)
  • Rogue Retreat – operating a center in Medford (Jackson County)
  • Options for Helping Residents of Ashland – operating a center in Ashland (Jackson County)
  • Roseburg Rescue Mission – operating a center in Roseburg (Douglas County)
  • Shepherd’s House Ministries – operating centers in Bend and Redmond (Deschutes County)
  • Astoria Warming Center – operating a center in Astoria (Clatsop County)
  • Friends of the Milwaukie Center – operating a center in Milwaukie (Clackamas County)
  • The Father’s Heart Street Ministry – operating a center in Oregon City (Clackamas County)

“These prolonged freezing temperatures pose a serious threat to vulnerable Oregonians in communities across the state,” said Eric Chambers, the external relations director at OBRC. “We are very happy to be able to provide some financial support and are grateful for the employees and volunteers of these organizations, who are providing critical – often lifesaving – services, when they are needed the most.”

The Oregon beverage recycling cooperative is the nationally awarded beverage container redemption system. The company has headquarters in Clackamas. Also, the company is likely to continue leading the sector by offering outstanding services to retailers, distributors, and partners for recovery, recycling, and reuse of beverage containers. Also, through the Bottledrop redemption center and container pickup service for around more than 2500 retailers, the company operates approx 2 billion beverage recycling containers annually. Thereby protecting the country and supporting the causes that are inspiring innovation – all without a single penny of state funding.