You can help Oregon’s children thrive by making a charitable checkoff donation on your Oregon tax return by selecting:  Prevent Child Abuse.

Your support for Our Children Oregon funds local child abuse prevention efforts across the state while also promoting equitable public policy, research, education, and action towards a brighter future for Oregon’s children.

Download your Oregon Income Tax Form

Click to download the 2023 Schedule OR-DONATE.

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Use line 3 to Prevent Child Abuse (code 20)

Fill in your donation amount on this line.

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Fill in line 30 with your total donations

Sum all your charitable checkoff contributions from lines 1-29.

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Print and package

Attach your 2023 Schedule OR-Donate to your Oregon Income Tax Forms.

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Support from Charitable Checkoff donors contributes to immediate and long-lasting change for the most vulnerable children in Oregon.

Thank you for donating all or a portion of your tax refund to Prevent Child Abuse.

©Copyright Our Children Oregon 2023

Staci B. Martin, Ed.D

Staci is a learner, educator, Fulbright Scholar, and Speaking for Ourselves Action Research (SOAR) researcher. She researches critical hope and despair, peace-building, and higher education in protracted and conflict contexts. She is a forced migration scholar that is committed to co-creating practical solutions that are culturally responsive and led by, for, and in partnership with communities. Dr. Martin is a faculty member at Portland State University.

Irvin M. Brown, Ed.D

Policy Advisor

Irvin was born and raised in Louisiana. At 17, he enlisted in the United States Navy. After serving aboard the U.S.S. New Orleans, LPH-11, he was reassigned to the beautiful Pacific Northwest at Naval Station Everett, Washington. He served alongside the Judge Advocate General as a paralegal (NCO/E5 Aviation Warfare Specialist) and earned an honorable discharge. As the former Legislative Director for Rep. Janelle Bynum (HD 39), he advocates for students of Color, those within the carceral system, LGBTQIA+ communities, and other marginalized populations to create safe, inclusive learning environments for all Oregonians.