Philanthropy is Changing

The emerging philanthropist wants to actively change the world, not just check a box and get a tax receipt. Causes matter more than organizations. Results matter more than awards. 



To inspire the next generation of givers. Because when we give back, we are better citizens, sisters, mothers, colleagues, and friends. We inspire our circles to be more loving and grateful. Givers have the power to change the world.



We vet out hundreds of local nonprofits to connect our network with diverse causes and trusted organizations each year. Our signature year-end fundraising event, Charity Ball, is considered a training ground for emerging philanthropists. 



Levé, which comes from the french word "to lift," started as a college party for a good cause in 2004. Since then we have evolved into a nonprofit that leads the conversation around millennial philanthropy in the Pacific Northwest. 



We have infused nearly half a million dollars into our local community and donated countless volunteer hours to our nonprofit partners. We are 100% volunteer run by young professional women in the Portland area.


OUR 2019 nonprofit partner is cascade aids project

CAP is a nonprofit offering full-spectrum services to test for HIV and assist those living with it. Their mission is to support and empower all people with or affected by HIV, reduce stigma, and provide the LGBTQ+ community with compassionate healthcare. Last year, CAP touched the lives of nearly 30,000 members of the Portland metro area with holistic and critical services including free HIV testing, housing assistance, and more.

Join the #DoMoreGood Movement

We're on a mission to inspire charitable habits in our generation. It's not about donating thousands of dollars or even volunteering hundreds of hours. It's about thinking of others first. It's about spreading love and choosing gratitude. It's about doing more good--whether it's holding the door for your neighbor with too many grocery bags or standing up for a stranger being bullied or picking up a piece of trash on the street.