Portland Trail Blazers - Approved In-kind Donations

Portland Trail Blazers - Approved In-kind Donations

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Damian Lillard has teamed up with Les Schwab Tire Centers and adidas again this season to continue the RESPECT campaign as part of the Portland Trail Blazers make it better community efforts. This year we are not only encouraging you to sign the RESPECT PLEDGE but to also actively participate by passing RESPECT onto others. Our challenge to you is to put RESPECT into action. Share a story with us explaining how you have made a positive impact by passing onRESPECT and how it made a positive impact on others. 



I Pledge...

  • To respect myself and all others at all times.
  • To take responsibility for my words and actions.
  • To treat everyone as equals.
  • To accept others differences, opinions and beliefs.
  • To always be a positive role model in our community.
  • I pledge to help make it better.

Respect. Pass it on.


Read Big
Encourage your school to Read Big and score with the Trail Blazers! Students who complete the Read Big program are each eligible to earn one free ticket to a Trail Blazers game. Simply click the link below to get your school started. Read Big, pass it on!

Season of Giving
The Trail Blazers participate in the NBA Cares Season of Giving each December. Whether hosting holiday parties for children and families who might not have a reason to celebrate, adopting classrooms and providing gifts for those who might not otherwise receive one, or bringing a little cheer to a children?s hospital, the Trail Blazers team, staff and alumni can be found across the Portland Metropolitan area working with a variety of organizations throughout the month of December to make it better during the holiday season.

Black History Month
The Portland Trail Blazers spend the month of February celebrating Black History Month in partnership with local non-profits. As part of the month-long celebration, the Trail Blazers honor extraordinary African-American leaders and community members at home games.

Black History Month is a time for Americans to bear witness to the progress, richness and diversity of African-American achievement. Its origins trace back to 1926, when Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the second black to ever receive a Ph.D from Harvard University, inaugurated Negro History Week. The program evolved into Black History Month in 1976.

Community Impact


Supporting healthy, active living for kids

The most important assist the Trail Blazers will make this season is for kids in our community. We’ve teamed up with Moda Health to create the “Give & Go” assist program to help support healthy, active living for kids.  For every assist made on the court during the season, we will donate $5 to the make it better foundation to benefit this cause.   Best of all, Moda Health has generously offered to match the total funds raised.

About Us

In-Kind Donation Requests

The Trail Blazers will consider requests for in-kind donations benefitting local nonprofits and schools.     

Please visit our website for more information about our in-kind donatons program.    

Giving Criteria

We Give:
Local, Regional, National
200 Miles
Donation Gift:
Event, Non-Event

We Support



Portland Trail Blazers - Approved In-kind Donations
One Center Court, Suite 200
Portland, OR, 97227
Phone: 503.234.9291
[email protected]

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