Help the Local Coast Community While you Visit!

When you book a Kiwanda Coastal Properties vacation rental home, you will now have the option to donate to a community fund. As a a company, community involvement and being a good-neighbor has always been a priority for us. We are excited to invite our guests to also be a part of making our local area a better place. We know you love Pacific City too, and we’re hoping you’ll join us in supporting these 3 amazing local charities.

Occasionally, visitors and tourists get a bad rep with locals, and are blamed for a myriad of local issues like crowding, noise, litter, spreading of germs, etc. We feel that we are beyond lucky to live in this amazing place, and we are excited to share this bounty with visitors. It is not ours to keep, but ours to preserve. Also, giving visitors a chance to give back, is a win-win, and it is our goal that along with boosting these worthy causes, we can also spread the word that visitors are also stewards of our local community.

When you book direct, you can opt for a $10, $25, or $50 donation (or more than one!) If you already have a confirmed booking, just let us know you’d like to add the donation to your final statement.

We have chosen 3 local organizations that are very important to us and donations will be split equally:

Nestucca Valley Community Alliance is a community organization working to bring education and recreation opportunities to our area. The main focus is the development of a 5 acre park near Cape Kiwanda. The park plans include picnic areas, skate-park, playground and community gathering space.

Tillamook Animal Shelter serves the animal population of our area. Their mission is: To better the lives of animals through progressive sheltering, rescue, medical treatment, adoption, spaying and neutering, education, protection and defense against abuse and fostering of the human—animal bond.

South County Food Pantry is our local food bank serving all who are in need and is open every other Tuesday from the Nestucca Valley Presbyterian Church in Pacific City.