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Hawthorne

Our Community

Our Community

As active members of the neighborhood, you’ll find us at the Hawthorne Street Fair and other community festivals throughout the year. We are also active participants in the Hawthorne Business Association. And we love to adorn the walls of our parking deck stairwell with art created by students from neighborhood schools.

As proud supporters of FISH Emergency Services and Loaves & Fishes, the Meals-On-Wheels People, we take donations at the register and also help make weekly deliveries of food and conversation to seniors in our neighborhood.

Bag It Forward partners: Oregon Food Bank, Xerces Society and Off The Sideline.

Learn more about our Bag It Forward program>>



Hunger Partner

Mainspring Portland

Mainspring sees Portland as a city where all residents have access to healthy food stable housing and job and educational opportunities creating economic and social stability. Because of the generous donations of our Hawthorne customers, we are able to help economic hardship in the Portland community, including food insecurity for families and seniors.


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Wood used in the Hawthorne store is
reclaimed Doug fir and redwood from other local businesses, including the Steinfeld Pickle factory in Scappoose and Muir & McDonald Tannery in Dallas, Oregon.
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Liz Potter: Hawthorne Community Coordinator

Liz has been working at New Seasons Market since 2010, but she’s been a loyal NSM shopper since the very first week our first store—Raleigh Hills—opened in the year 2000. Currently in recovery from her former career in the fashion industry, Liz loves her job as a community coordinator, and feels lucky to be working in the very neighborhood she was raised. When she’s not setting up volunteer opportunities, donating to local schools and nonprofits or contributing to neighborhood and business associations, Liz can be found hiking, gardening and championing all things Oregonian.