Our partners are an important part of our mission to create a more diverse and inclusive race community. We strive to impact our communities through event management, emergency food delivery, fundraising, sustainability and creating a space for all voices to be recognized. The HTC Race Series & Hood To Coast Relays are proud to partner with many organizations that share these same goals and passions.


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A premier event management company:
Learn about our current event partners and how to become a partner
Learn about our partnership with The Sunshine Division to deliver meals to families and individuals in need across Portland, OR
The Charity of Choice for the Hood & Portland To Coast Relay

The Charity of Choice for the Seabrook and High Desert Relays

We strive the host environmentally conscious events through our partnerships with organizations that promote sustainability
The Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement Advisory Committee strives to create a more diverse and inclusive race community for all of our events
We want to connect with all members of our movement community:
Learn more about our various charity partners




Shared with our partners

Hood To Coast Productions is a premiere race and event production company. We are passionate about creating experiences that give each participant unforgettable memories.

Want to partner with us for your next event? Contact us at [email protected]


Learn about our partners...


In Partnership with The Sunshine Division

For several years now, our team has produced and operated the largest drive-thru holiday light show in the Pacific Northwest spanning the entire track at Portland International Raceway in partnership with The Sunshine Division. Learn more about the Sunshine Division and its mission here.


In Partnership with St. Jude Children's Hospital

Our team operates the St. Jude annual 5K Walk/Run in several locations across the country including: Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Bloomington/Normal, Chicago, Indianapolis, Evansville, St. Louis & Springfield, MO. In partnership with St. Jude Children’s Hospital, we invite you to learn more about the organization’s mission here.


In Partnership with Special Olympics

Our team operates the annual Polar Plunge event in several locations throughout Oregon including Bend, Eugene, Salem and Portland. Learn more about the event and Special Olympics’ incredible mission here.


In Partnership with American Diabetes Association

 Our team operates the American Diabetes Association cycling event, Tour De Cure, in several locations across the country including: Mid-Atlantic, Pacific Northwest, North Carolina, Minnesota, Michigan, and Rocky Mountain. Learn more about The American Diabetes Association here


In Partnership with The American Lung Association

Our team operates one of the largest cycling events in all of Oregon:  Reach The Beach. This event begins in the Portland Metro Area and ends on the Oregon Coast. We also operate the Washington Reach The Beach event, which begins in Lacey, Washington and finishes on the Washington Coast. Learn about the initiatives of the American Lung Association here.


In Partnership with The American Lung Association

Another Amazing Cycling event hosted in the beautiful Boulder City, NV, featuring The Hoover Dam and the unique desert scenery! Learn more about this event here.


In Partnership with Dechutes River Athletic Complex

Our team hosts the registration and operates the Ride the The Rapids Cycling event in Maupin, Oregon. What started as a fundraising project for the Dechutes River Athletic Complex has become an annual cycling event not to miss! Learn more about the fundraising efforts for the Dechutes River Athletic Complex here.


In Partnership with Field Day

Located in our very own backyard of Portland, Oregon, our team partners with Field Day Community 4k whose mission is to raise money for nonprofits focused on advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in tech and education. Find out more about the event here


In Partnership with ALS Northwest

Our team is proud to partner with ALS Northwest on their annual cycle fundraising event hosted in Mt. Angel Oregon –This year the event is reimagined as “Beers & Gears.” We help operate the course design and operations. Love cycling? Love beer? Love supporting important causes? Click here to learn more about the event and the ALS Northwest organization or email [email protected] to be alerted when registration opens in a few weeks Let’s get out there!


How we can help...
H2C Productions provides best in class service to elevate your event – improving participant experience to increase event retention, and easing administrative and logistical obligations to allow you to focus on meeting event goals. 
Services include, but are not limited to: 
– Site and Route Planning
– Event Operations and Management
– Vendor and Contractor Procurement and Management
– Event Staffing and Logistics
– Sponsorship Acquisition and Activations
– Registration Administration
– Start / Finish Festival Management 
– Course Management 


Contact us...

We understand that each client has unique needs and we strive to create an experience that fits your needs. 

If you have an event, we have the team to put it on! Send us an email at [email protected] with your information and idea and we will get back to you to set up a time to talk your idea through.



Our continued partnership with The Sunshine Division...

In March 2020, when the global pandemic began, is when the Emergency Food Delivery Network was born. What started as a temporary need to deliver emergency food boxes to families and individuals in need, slowly developed into a long-lasting partnership with The Sunshine Division due to the increasing need for food distribution in the greater Portland area.

To-date, Our HTC staff has…







Learn more about our partnership from this video by KPTV News.




Learn about all of the organizations we support...

Creating an inclusive and diverse race community is a large part of our company’s mission. We partner with many local non-profits to help fundraise and bring awareness to their incredible mission statements and invite ALL people to join the race community!

Providence Cancer Institute is the Charity of Choice for the Hood & Portland To Coast Relay. For more than 25 years, the Providence Cancer Institute has been a pioneer in immunotherapy research and treatment– considered one of the most advanced cancer therapies today.   As a global leader in immunotherapy, Providence is committed to developing treatments that can cure an even greater number of patients.

Click here to learn more about our partnership and how Providence Cancer Institute is working to #FINISHCANCER!

Since 1923, the Portland Police Bureau Sunshine Division has been providing food and clothing relief to Portland families and individuals in need. Whether due to the loss of a job, domestic crime, illness, or victims of fire or disaster, the Sunshine Division has built a 99-year legacy of mobilizing quickly and efficiently to assist distressed Portlanders.

Visit The Sunshine Division Website

Since 2009, the Bald Faced Truth Foundation has made a difference in the lives of more than 14,000 area children by providing enriching opportunities and experiences. It is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that was co-founded in 2009 by Oregonian sports columnist, 750-AM and 102.9-FM mid-day radio talk show host and KGW-TV sports commentator John Canzano along with KOIN-TV weekend anchor Anna Canzano.

Visit Bald Face Truth Website

The Brian Grant Foundation provides proven tools to improve the well-being of people with Parkinson’s. BGF was established in 2010, following Brian’s diagnosis in 2008 at the age of 36. Though there is no cure for Parkinson’s, exercise, nutrition and a supportive community can help manage symptoms, maintain overall health and prevent other serious illnesses.

Visit Brian Grant Foundation Website

Special Olympics Oregon brings year-round sports training and competition to children and adults with
intellectual disabilities.
Through the challenges and triumphs of real competition, we serve Oregon’s largest disability population by celebrating their abilities.

Visit Special Olympics Website

The Skanner is a publication in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. An integral part of The Skanner News Group is The Skanner Foundation, the non-profit arm of The Skanner involved in promoting education through scholarships and technological training. Skanner believes that people can improve their future through the positive actions they take today rather than letting the circumstances of the past hold them back. Through their Scholarship Program, students can accomplish their educational goals to ensure a bright and successful future within their communities.

Visit The Skanner Website

INCIGHT is a nonprofit organization based in Portland, Oregon. The mission is to unlock the potential of people through employment, education and independence. INCIGHT serves individuals living with barriers, people with disabilities, single parents, veterans, welfare recipients, and justice involved.

Visit INCIGHT Website

Tour de Cure® is an integral part of our lives, combining the passion for cycling with the mission to raise critical funds and support the diabetes community.

Cycling for a Cause, Fundraising for Research and Support & Building a Strong Community is the mission of Tour de Cure 

Visit American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure Website

St. Jude Walk/Run is a nationwide, 5K-hybrid cancer walk event, taking place in person and virtually. Participants come together with a team or as an individual for a 5K walk or run during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to help support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude: Finding cures. Saving children.®

Visit St. Jude Walk/Run Website

The American Lung Association’s mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. They do this through education, advocacy, and research.

Visit American Lung Association Website

Girls on the Run reaches girls at a critical stage, strengthening their confidence at a time when society begins to tell them they can’t. Underscoring the important connection between physical and emotional health, Girls On The Run addresses the whole girl when she needs it the most.

Visit Girls On The Run Website

All Hands Raised aligns the community’s efforts to make positive change for children, youth and young adults. All Hands Raised works to help our community improve the academic and social well-being of Multnomah County children and youth, with an acute focus on equity. They are able to deliver over $1.5 million in in-kind support to six school districts and community partners thanks to donors including our fundraising teams.

Visit All Hands Raised Website

World Vision is an international partnership whose mission is to work with the poor and oppressed to promote human transformation, seek justice, and bear witness to the good news of the Kingdom of God.

World Vision partners with the Hood To Coast Relay each year to fundraise over 1 million dollars annually for their cause.

Visit World Vision Website

The 4K4Community Fun Run is a 4km (2.49 mile) running and walking event that raises money for nonprofits focused on advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in tech and education. 100% of your registration fee is tax-deductible and is donated directly to the run’s nonprofit beneficiaries.

Visit 4K4 Community Website




Learn about IME...


The HTC/PTC Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement Advisory Committee recognizes and appreciates diversity and commits to equity through inclusive event engagement, so that we deepen ties with diverse participants and volunteers, and we promote healthy living and social justice in the broader running and walking community.


How The Committee is taking action...

Meaningfully engage and educate HTC/PTC and Race Series employees on equity, inclusion, multicultural engagement, and socioeconomic variations. Learning about equity and how to apply these concepts to the work of HTC/PTC and Race Series employees is critical to fulfilling the vision of elevating event practices.

Encourage HTC/PTC and Race Series employees, participants, partners to participate in equity and community learning groups.

Meaningfully engage communities of color and partner with community based organizations to advance racial equity, and encourage participation from varying socioeconomic strata within the Hood & Portland To Coast Relays.

Highlight achievements within HTC/PTC and Race Series equitably, with a priority on opportunities to celebrate women, multicultural backgrounds, LGBTQ communities, diverse socio-economic backgrounds, and people with disabilities.

Manage HTC/PTC and Race Series to be increasingly welcoming for women, multicultural backgrounds, LGBTQ communities, people with disabilities and varying socio-economic backgrounds.


Making our relay more inclusive...


Nicole Ver Kuilen – Co-Founder, Forrest Stump

Bret Barnum – Retired Sergeant, Portland Police Bureau

Nirav Dalal – Team Trample the Weak

Dan Floyd – COO, Hood To Coast

Antonio Harris – Owner of Harris Photography

Felicia Hubber – Chair Woman and Race Director, Hood To Coast

Hector Ignacio – Board of Directors, Latino Network

Carrie Kalscheuer – Director of Sales and Education, A to Z Wineworks


Renee Rank Ignacio- McMenamins Director of Marketing

Ed Reilly – Member, Portland Frontrunners

Curtis Carroll 

Scott Hatley – Co-Founder at Incight

Imara Reimann

Marcelle Abel 

Jocelyn Huffman 

Jay Williams 

Megan Sweeney


At HTC/PTC Relays, HTC Race Series, and H2C Productions, we celebrate diversity and equity and all persons lived experiences. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment, and encourage people of all backgrounds, perspectives, experiences, and skills to participate or volunteer at our events and partners’ events. HTC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All of our decisions are made without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, the presence of a sensory, physical or mental disability, medical condition, military status, marital status, pregnancy or child birth, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking, political ideology, or any other non-merit-based factors.