We empower others to do good.

NobleHour helps people find opportunities in their area and connects organizations with volunteers; it empowers people to measure and share the good they are doing in their community.

Collaboratory is the only platform of its kind that enables higher education institutions to track, analyze, share, and strengthen their community engagement and public service.

About Us

In 2007, our founder, Callahan Fore – who was just 16 years old at the time, was fishing with his dad, Scott.  Callahan needed 100 hours of volunteer time before he could graduate high school. The problem was, he couldn’t find any opportunities. That’s when the idea for NobleHour was born.

In our 11 years-  Noblehour has helped thousands of schools, nonprofits, and business across the nation connect volunteers with opportunities and it’s helped volunteers track log and verify those hours.

In 2014, TreeTop Commons, LLC developed Collaboratory in collaboration with The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. UNC Greenboro’s Institute for Community and Economic Engagement created an online database to organize and report their data from hundreds of community engagement and public service activities and relationships. Collaboratory builds off of UNCG’s experience and creates a national database to further understanding of the practice and scholarship of community engagement.

Our Noble History

From humble beginnings to one of the leading volunteer engagement platforms on the market. Learn how a simple fishing trip started a movement.

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Hear from the people behind the products.

Volunteering and giving back to our communities is firmly ingrained in our company culture.

Contact Info

Phone

1-888-982-9859

Email

info@treetopllc.com

Main Office

317 SW Alder Ave.
Portland OR 97204

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TreeTop Commons Mission and Vision:

Vision

We empower people to accomplish their vision for community engagement.   

Mission

TreeTop delivers solutions to mobilize others to make a genuine difference in their community.