We are committed to amplifying the voices of those who have not been heard.


Rip City,

Over the past few months, vestiges of our country’s entrenched racial injustice, racial inequities, and racism have culminated in the eruption of pain, grief and fatigue that we have seen across this country. Latent contributors to this eruption have been silence, a blind eye, and complacency of good-hearted people.

We will not remain silent. We will never turn a blind eye. We refuse to be complacent.

Corporate citizenship refers to a company’s responsibilities to society. The goal is to produce higher standards of living and quality of life for the communities they are part of.

We take very seriously our responsibility to leverage our position, platform, resources and influence to create the safe, secure quality of life we all deserve. We are committed to do all that we can to move us toward a more just and equitable society. Our commitment begins here.

  • Continue to strengthen and structure our organization to combat institutional and systemic racism within our company and the sports sector
  • Amplify and augment voices in our company and community that are leading racial justice work
  • Financially invest in community-based nonprofit organizations that have been leading racial justice work
  • Encourage our fans and supporters to use their own voices for positive change in their communities

Rip City, we are all in this together.

JODY ALLEN, BERT KOLDE, CHRIS McGOWAN, NEIL OLSHEY, COACH TERRY STOTTS

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