El Programa Hispano Catolico

OCT Qualified
BIPOC-Led Organization

Mission

To advance racial equity and social justice through the power of our Latinx roots, culture, and community.

Bottom Line for Portland

Donating to El Programa Hispano Católico (EPHC) supports the Latinx community and immigrants by improving their quality of life and opening the doors of opportunity. As a BIPOC led organization, we are committed to social justice and racial equity and are building our capacity to increase services in response to the growing needs of the diverse communities we serve including, our children, youth, Seniors, SA/DV survivors, farmworkers, and refugees. When you donate to EPHC you are joining us in helping families overcome barriers and develop a sense of personal empowerment. This will ultimately help transform the Portland Metro Area into a more just and sustainable community.

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“Not only did I get assistance with my utility bills, but I got the support and contact information I needed to file the unemployment claims” (…) “[the case manager] advocated for me, she referred me to lawyers that work with farmworker, so I could get my lost wages due to COVID. Thanks to the connection, my husband and I were able to get protected sick pay from our employer.”

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We are a BIPOC led organization that is “of the community, for the community”. We approach our work from an equity lens and strive to change the outlook for communities of color. Our organization strives to be both culturally specific and culturally responsive. This means our work is rooted in trauma informed practices and built on empowerment models that give individuals the power that can be lost through oppressive systems. We also advocate for equal access, education, systems change and capacity building for communities of color.

Incentives

Tany’s Coffee Shop and Tany’s Bakery

www.facebook.com/Tanys.Coffeeshop

 

The first 10 people who donate $25 or more, will receive a coupon for an “Abuelita” specialty beverage from the house, and a “concha” a traditional Mexican pastry from our sponsor Tany’s Coffee shop 

Business Partner(s)

Tany’s Coffee Shop and Tany’s Bakery

www.facebook.com/tanysbakeryoregon

 

Owned by first-generation immigrants, this business  mix traditional Mexican flavors with coffee and the pastries they created. Their innovations with vegan products and unique flavors won  them the 2021 Rising Star award from the Gresham Chambers of Commerce

 

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503.669.8350

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Year Founded: 1982


El Programa Hispano Catolico is in the Community category which is sponsored by Rejuvenation

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