The Gathering Circle

Seeding Justice co-founder Leslie Brockelbank and artist Bobby Fouther smile at the camera.
Seeding Justice co-founder Leslie Brockelbank and artist Bobby Fouther smile at the camera.

In 1976, Seeding Justice was born from an intentional gathering of people with wealth who wanted to change the world around them.

In honor of our roots as the McKenzie River Gathering, we created The Gathering Circle: a group of Seeding Justice family and community members who are interested in going deeper into the movement for justice, and want to stay up-to-date with everything we are doing across the region.

Gathering Circle members will be the first to know about our grants and awards, new initiatives, and updates, and will receive invitations to workshops, events, and group conversations about the movement for justice.

Join the Gathering Circle

You can join The Gathering Circle to stay connected to community by making a gift of $1 or more and letting us know you would like to join. And if you are a donor who falls into one or more of the groups below, you will automatically be included in The Gathering Circle (unless you tell us otherwise):

  • You’ve given a donation of any amount each year for the past five years, including within the last 12 months
  • You’ve given a donation of $500 or more in the last 12 months
  • You give monthly OR
  • You hold a Donor-in-Movement Fund or DAF with us

The Perks

How to donate to Seeding Justice

Donations to Seeding Justice are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Our EIN number is 93-0691187.

Make one-time and monthly donations online to invest in our programs, grantees, and the movement.

Donate safely and securely online using a credit or debit card, or with Venmo or PayPal.

Or send checks made out to "Seeding Justice" to P.O. Box 12489, Portland, OR 97212

“Seeding Justice does critical work in communities around Oregon to inspire and grow the social justice movement. Being a monthly donor is my small part to ensure this important work has funding it can count on.” –Liz Baxter, Oregon Public Health Institute and former Seeding Justice Foundation Board Member

We also accept gifts of stock and we hope you will include us in your estate plans!

Our Donor-in-Movement Funds have reimagined donor-advised giving. 

“When you establish a Donor-in-Movement Fund at Seeding Justice, you not only contribute to our collective work, but also establish a space in community with other donors in which to be grounded, to continuously learn, and to be only a phone call away when those unpredictable political moments that can define social justice movements occur.” — Rachel Robasciotti, Founder, Robasciotti & Philipson Social Justice Investing