Thanks to our amazing partners: 
EMSWCD's PIC Grant: Funded depaving of parking lot, plus soil and some naturescaping.
BES Community Watershed Stewardship Grant: Will Fund Landscaping, Irrigation and mulch for depaved areas 
SE Uplift Graffiti Abatement Grant Funded mural on McCollum's wall (and lighting to deter graffiti) 
PDC's Community Livability Challenge Grant:  funded the closure of Martin Street's entrance to Calvary Church's parking. (demolished 2 driveway approaches, poured new sidewalks and new street curbs.) This greatly improved neighborhood safety, by cutting off the option of vehicles short-cutting through the parking lot. to avoid SE 82nd Ave's traffic light. 
EMSWCD SPACE Grant:  Funded Native Landscape Learning garden along Martins Street 
DePave: DePave will help with the depaving of approximately 4,300 square feet of asphalt! 
Friends of Trees helped OHB afford all the street trees we planted. 
Calvary Lutheran Church Community Yard Sale:  Money went towards Street Trees along SE Woodstock Blvd and SE Martins Street
In-Kind Donations and Volunteers:
 Volunteers - you are what drives this project. Thank you, thank you, thank you! (depaving, street-tree planting, native plant garden 'making', weeding, excavating, planting, moving soil...etc)
TBBVdesign (Terah Beth) in kind donations.  She wrote grant proposals, started the neighborhood watch, organized mural, manages OHB projects, street tree organization, designed and drafted parking-lot site plan and landscape plan, organizing technical efforts of project, finding general support for project. 
 Cheryl Walden helped with plant ordering through 4 different nurseries. She was a huge help!
Alan Masters at Malcar Northwest personally donated  materials for the gooseneck lighting for the mural. (support his business: 503.233.8755)  
Kent Miguel at Kaleo Electric, LLC  gave us discounted services on electrical work for the mural lighting. (support his business: 503-341-0897)
McCollum Automotive donated some money for us to plant street-trees on their property.
Lion's Eye Tavern:  (donation jar and Lion's Eye donating 10% of profits) Money to go towards Street Trees on SE Woodstock Blvd
Woodstock Chiropractic:   Neighborhood Watch Street Signs - 3 signs at  $22 each
EZ Grade gave OHB discounts on soil and compost for the Native Plant Garden. They've also agreed to give discounts in the future for the parking lot project. (support their business: 503-203-1515)
    Anne Holm - Volunteer and Calvary Church Representative ( yard sale organizer, grant proposal help ) soup maker! 
    His Bakery -(Neighborhood bakery- located just south of Woodstock on 72nd Ave) Donated a huge box of pastries, muffins and other amazing, delicious delectable goodies for the Planting Day. Yum.
      Pamiris - Alyssa Ageec CEO, has volunteered time and services to print out packets for our PDC Livability Grant proposal. Alyssa is the co-chair of the Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association.
        Neighbors and Calvary Members who donated items and time for the Community Yard Sale