Bradley Angle’s mission is to serve all people affected by domestic violence. We do this by placing people experiencing domestic violence at the center of our services and providing them with safety, education, empowerment, healing, and hope.
Bottom Line for Portland
In Multnomah County, 28,000 women (1 of every 7 women) are physically abused by an intimate partner every year. Portland does not currently have sufficient capacity to serve survivors in danger. Last year, over 8,000 requests for emergency shelter in Oregon were unmet. Donate to Bradley Angle to close that gap. Last year, we provided 43% of shelter space given to DV survivors in the county (JOHS data) and our wraparound services ensure that survivors are economically empowered and healed.
“My 3 kids and I were homeless, coming out of a DV situation. You helped get me shelter and set goals ... I’m my own little boss now, and it wouldn’t have come this far without the help of Bradley Angle” - SURVIVOR
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
We know that Black/African American and LGBTQ+ survivors have few options for culturally responsive services and have more barriers toward achieving safety and economic security. Bradley Angle offers 2 programs tailored to these groups: Healing Roots/Kinship and LGBTQ+. Additionally, we prioritize DEI at each level of our organization. We actively work to ensure that our leadership, staff, and board accurately reflect the communities that we serve. Currently, 73% of our staff identify as BIPOC and 43% identify as LGBTQ+. Our Board of Directors also reﬂects the communities we serve: 75% identify as survivors, 60% as people of color, and 25% as LGBTQ+.
Every donor receives an entry to our raffle for a $250 gift certificate from Sweet Heart Tattoo
The first 10 donors who give $50 or more will be given a $10 gift certificate to Alberta Co-Op
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Year Founded: 1975
Bradley Angle is in the Human Services category which is sponsored by The Standard