Our communities are strongly feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
If you’re looking for ways to reach out and help, these organizations are doing wonderful things for Oregon – your donations will help to fight hunger and homelessness, helping our most vulnerable populations during this unprecedented time:
We’re proud to have worked with Central City Concern as a client. “One person at a time, Central City Concern ends homelessness and helps people achieve their highest potential. This work involves a unique set of resources, from housing and healthcare to peer support and employment.”
We’re also excited to have had the opportunity to work with NHA. This organization’s mission is to “create opportunity through housing. NHA provides affordable housing options for families, seniors and people with special needs across Oregon.”
Additionally, we’re proud to have worked with Innovative Housing on an affordable housing high-rise in Portland. This organization was founded “to help low-income families in Northeast Portland lease-to-own single family homes. [They] began developing multifamily apartment buildings in 1991 and now own more than 1,400 affordable apartments in Oregon and Washington.”
Oregon Food Bank is fighting hunger across Oregon and Southwest Washington. “Oregon Food Bank collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources. [They] distribute that food through a Statewide Network of 21 Regional Food Banks and approximately 1,400 food assistance sites serving all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington.”