EPB&B is proud to be recognized by our employees as a great place to work.
EPBB team members Made Strides Against Breast Cancer
The ISU Group of Companies. Now partnered with EPB&B.
In 2016, EPB&B raised $20,000 for the Oregon Music Hall of Fame Scholarship Fund.
EPB&B has been advocating for our customers since 1950, and remains one of the largest locally-owned insurance agencies in the Pacific Northwest.
Our business model is based on integrity and world-class service. We help protect thousands of local residents and businesses.
We support many local charities.
Portland Homeless Family Solutions empowers homeless families with children to get back into housing - and stay there.
PHFS is drastically expanding... and they need your help! They are in the process of purchasing a building that would quadruple the shelter capacity, expand homeless prevention programs, and include affordable housing units. But they can't do this without you!
EPB&B is working with PHFS to try and make this dream a reality. Our goal is to donate $2,500 to the project by April 30th.
You can help - stop by our office and donate your loose change, empty cans/bottles or buy a ...raffle ticket to win an Amazon Show valued at $229. You can also browse our mini-garage sale with lots of fun items.
Today we were lucky enough to give back to two amazing local charities - Camp Ukandu and Oregon Humane Society. Camp Ukandu is a camp for kids and families dealing with cancer. Their mission is to bring joy and hope to children living with cancer, their siblings and families through "outrageously fun" camp experiences. Oregon Humane Society is the largest humane society in the Northwest and adopts more animals from its Portland shelter than any other single-facility shelter on the West Coast. These two organizations were the recipients of funds collected at our annual insurance industry open house in December. Special thanks to all of our industry partners who attended and everyone who helped us make this a reality.
Brennan Baker makes extra money parking cars for Portland Timbers games. He decided to donate a portion of his parking-lot-proceeds to benefit Portland Homeless Family Solutions (PHFS). Brennan and his family have helped PHFS serve monthly dinners at the local shelter. He purchased a rolling cart for the shelter to assist with the montly dinners. Way to go Brennan !!
Last month EPB&B President, Marc Baker attended the Energi Risk Management Summit: Unlocking Possibility in Las Vegas. The event was held at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and hosted by Energi, a provider of risk management and insurance offerings to the energy industry.
Tony DeMicoli was one of the most respected club owners and promoters in Portland during the 80's. He owned and operated the legendary Luis' LaBamba Club and later Key Largo for over a decade. Tony provided a stage for hundreds, if not thousands, of artists over his club ownership and promotion career. Recently, Tony has been battling and beating two forms of cancer and while the cancer is in remission, the medical bills are not. Saturday night's tribute was also a fundraiser to help with Tony's medical bills. Marc Baker seen here with Danny Schauffler (Crazy 8's) about to go up on stage.