Beaverton, OR. March 10, 2015 — Assistance League® of Greater Portland today announced that Albina Co., Inc. has donated $10,000 to support the local chapter of the national nonprofit Assistance League. The family owned Albina is based in Tualatin and specializes in metal bending and fabrication
. Formed in 1939, Albina is an industry leader in structural steel bending
, steel rolling and steel forming. Among other custom products, they produce state of the art canopies, roof trusses, bridges, store fronts, stadiums and parking garages. Albina’s products are also found in exercise equipment, furniture, on playgrounds, bike racks, custom handrails, fences and more. Albina can produce virtually any metal component that needs to bend or curve without the use of pre-formed fittings. The sponsorship was made in conjunction with Assistance League’s fiftieth anniversary of community service in the greater Portland area. Assistance League of Greater Portland has provided local philanthropic programs since 1965. Assistance League’s member volunteers provide four community service programs. The programs serve children and victims of violence by providing new school clothing, enrichment activities for troubled youth at a residential treatment facility, personal history books for foster children, and clothing for women who have been assaulted and must forfeit their clothing in the emergency room. In addition to grants, sponsorships and donations, funds are raised at Assistance League Thrift and Consignment Shops at 4000 SW 117th Avenue in Beaverton.