Corporate Sponsor

Become a Corporate Champion

As a Sponsor of The Shadow Project, your company will help Oregon students with learning challenges — like dyslexia, ADHD and autism — succeed in school and in life.
Trimet employees and their families volunteer to pack supplies for teachers
Trimet employees and their families volunteer to pack supplies for teachers

Sponsor Benefits

➤ Help promising students unleash their full potential

➤ Increase employee engagement with meaningful volunteer service

➤ Receive recognition in The Shadow Project’s website, newsletter and social media

➤ Demonstrate your commitment to equity, education and your community

Create Rewarding Experiences for Employees

“As someone who has grown up with ADHD and didn’t get diagnosed until I was already in my 30s, I can say from personal experience that the work The Shadow Project does is making an impact. I can still remember the many instances where I felt something was wrong with me. I think the work this organization does to help equip students by building their skills at such a young age is invaluable, and not only could it help change their perspective on education, but it also could have a significant impact on their future.”

Chessjuan, Volunteer from New Relic

New Relic team members having fun while packing supplies for students
New Relic team members having fun while packing supplies for students

Thank You, Sponsors and Business Partners!

Sponsors Empower Students to Succeed

1 in 5 students has a learning or attention challenge. They all have enormous potential. You can help them reach it. Read about students served by The Shadow Project.

Become a Corporate Champion

To learn more, contact Caitlyn Malik, Operations & Engagement Manager
caitlyn@shadow-project.org or (503) 987-0209
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The Shadow Project is dedicated to making school more accessible and engaging for children with learning challenges, so they can achieve their full potential.

Working together, we can end the bias and low expectations that are the barriers to their success. Let’s make school a place where all children can thrive and belong.

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