Riverside Payments partners with and sponsors organizations who give back to the community and who's mission it is to pay it forward.


Dollar For is located in the beautiful green city of Portland, Oregon. This is our hometown and we wanted to start here where we reside, our home-base and to make an impact here first in our own community before spreading our initiative across the United States. We are a non-profit organization that strives to inspire people to be generous by donating as little as $1 a month to help families with medical debt. Once a month we partner with a local organization to help us identify a family in need. Once we have found a family that needs medical debt relief, we shoot a short video that tells their story. This video goes online and is pushed through social media with a goal to get people to give $1. If we all gave a small amount we can make a big impact in the lives of local families.100% of every dollar given to Dollar For goes directly to the specific families in need. This has been our vision and desire from the moment we thought of this idea. To cover our expenses, we will depend and lean on our incredible donors, sponsors and charitable foundations. We want people to know that every dollar matters because 100% of every dollar will truly go to these families that are in medical debt.
Our Mission is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and sure breast cancer.
In Oregon and SW Washington alone, 63 Women and men are diagnosed every week, 11 die. They soon realized that the need for help was urgent. Inspired by Susan G. Komen’s international impact, Chris Mulder, Raylene Dion, and Lolly Champion then founded the Oregon and SW Washington affiliate in 1991.
Since then. over $31 million has been funneled to research and local care services. 75%  of our funds go towards saving local lives, with $19.5 million dedicated to early detection, survivor support, and advocacy. 25% is pooled with our other affiliates to fund the cures on an international scale, including $12.4 million that has been provided to local research institutions like Providence Cancer Institute and OHSU Knight Cancer Institute.