Thank You to Our Small Business Donations

Cherry Sprout Produce

Every little bit helps, and small local businesses are supporting the Two Blocks North project. Today we want to thank Cherry Sprout for providing fruits, veggies and refreshments at cost to our hard working helpers at our frequent work parties.

Also, the floors are nearly complete and we couldn’t have done it without Steve Lee of Centurial Construction, thank you!

Please join us in supporting our small local businesses that make this community so wonderful to be in!


Interview with KGW

Brian, Corey, and Peter from Birdsmouth were all featured in last night’s KGW newscast. Thank you to KGW and Chris Willis for the opportunity to share our story and mission of promoting bike safety! Link to the Duncan Family Fund for contributions to our project. To find out more about ReFit visit



Pioneer Millworks In Kind Donation!

Thank you to Pioneer Millworks for more than $6,000 of in-kind donations in sustainable and reclaimed flooring and installation. To see more about the install check out their blog Designing Against the Grain, written by Founder Jonathon Orpin.


Our First Paint Party!

Thank you to all the friends and family that came out this weekend to help us patch, tape, caulk, and prime the walls ready for paint this weekend! The gift of labor goes a long way!

We also want to thank Miller Paint for donating more than $1,000 worth of paint and supplies to the project. And as always, we are accepting more donations for our campaign here. We are so humbled that we are 28% funded, and that doesn’t include the more than $25,000 for in-kind donations! Thank you to everyone.

 Our fearless design leader, Corey Omey from EMA Architecture.

The Snow Has Melted: Full Steam Ahead!

It’s been quite a shock here in Portland dealing with the recent snow and ice storms. The weather has passed and with only a few delays were back on track! The electrical has been upgraded, insulation added, and plumbing of the master bath has been moved. The doorway, hallway, and bathroom entrance has all been modified to accommodate Brian’s wheelchair. It might not seem like a big deal to move the wall a foot, but it’s quite a thing!

We’ve also got a new accessible pantry going in where a funky cupboard used to be in the kitchen. The Duncan’s and the design team are overwhelmed by the in-kind donations by local companies, please check out the banner here:, it will continue to be updated as more donations come in. Corey from EMA Architecture and the rest of the design team has been instrumental at making these donations happen. And, as usually, we appreciate any monetary donations to this project:

We want to give special thanks to those who have donated so far, we could not have done this without you!


Thank you ReFit!

We are excited to have found ReFit, a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping people struggling with illness, injury, disability or the aging process to live independent lives… at home. By providing essential modification services such as access ramps, bathroom modifications, widening doorways and installing grab bars, ReFit helps homeowners who want to stay in their homes but lack the resources to make necessary changes.  The family has met with ReFit and submitted their application packet for assistance. 

To learn more, volunteer, or donate to this worthwhile organization go to: