About Maury Harris

Maury Harris

Maury Harris is a native of the Portland-Vancouver metro area. After being raised between the two cities, he attended the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University, Pullman. Graduating in 2005, Maury went on to hold various roles in magazine and newspaper publishing.

He brought this media expertise to the foundation in April 2011, and has since been focused on developing and implementing multi-channel marketing and communication strategies that promote the foundation’s products, services and brand. In addition to his professional responsibilities, Maury also volunteers locally for a variety of causes.

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Recent Posts by Maury Harris

9 Ways to Use Your Powers for Good During Give More 24!

September 5th, 2019

Everyone has an opportunity to use their superpowers for good before Give More 24! kicks off on Thursday, September 19. In this case, our super-strength is the ability to inspire others to give alongside us.

Our 2019 theme, BeCause, offers a perfect way to channel these strengths. It allows you to share your personal story or …

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How to Save More for Giving More to Charity

August 7th, 2019

From Buffet to Zuckerburg, billionaires steal the headlines when it comes to charitable giving. The extra coverage might make one think that mega-donors are fueling modern philanthropy. But that conclusion couldn’t be further from the truth. Every cent has an impact, and almost everyone can find ways to save more for giving.

If you don’t believe …

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Get to Know our Newest Program Team Members

February 25th, 2019

You may have noticed that three new faces joined our Program Team last year. We’re excited to have their talents strengthening one of the Community Foundation’s primary goals: supporting and partnering with local nonprofits.

First to arrive was Deanna Green, Scholarship Manager and Program Associate, who manages our entire portfolio of scholarship funds and provides technical …

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New Voices for Community Health in Southwest Washington

December 7th, 2016

Dominique Horn is the type of neighbor people trust to watch their kids and solve domestic disputes. Helping others is a given for her, which is why she never considered her efforts “health work” until the Healthy Living Collaborative came calling.

This backbone organization organizes a cross-sector coalition that identifies and pursues community-based solutions for greater …

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