West Linn Alliance

A project of the Charitable Partnership Fund, a publicly supported 501C3 charitable organization.

Outside of City Hall

Martin Luther King Day

In remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr., the West Linn Alliance suggests you read, or re-read a powerful letter composed by Dr. King in 1963 while he was incarcerated in Birmingham Jail for protesting against segregationist policies and laws.


Race – Ethnicity – Religion – Gender Orientation – and More

All part of a rich community fabric


All residents and visitors in West Linn deserve an equal opportunity to participate in our community


Interaction with neighbors and community members promotes inclusion in our neighborhoods, businesses, and civic organizations

Outside of City Hall


West Linn is a safe, welcoming place for all.


To address racism and discrimination in our midst, so we can build a community of collaboration and belonging.


Become a leading agent of change regarding diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in West Linn.

Educate the community on diversity, equity,  inclusion, and accessibility issues and their relevance for life in West Linn.

Activities & Outreach

The West Linn Alliance focuses on bringing learning opportunities to our community.

Education – Conversation – Participation

We bring speakers and educational presentations to our community

Book and Film Club discussions

Coordination with equity organizations in Wilsonville, Oregon City, Lake Oswego, and Clackamas County


Working Together for a Better Future

The West Linn Alliance