NP works with communities most impacted by racial, housing, and economic injustice to power transformative, liberatory change through organizing, policy advocacy, and narrative change.
Bottom Line for Portland
Neighborhood Partnerships is focused on addressing Portland’s greatest challenges: (1) homelessness and (2) the dramatically increasing wealth gap.
Each year, over 650 new low-income Oregonians receive financial support, as we typically reach 4,000 Oregonians at a time.
In tandem, we continually help pass policy and resource allocations that directly support more affordable housing options—including over $1 billion in the last two years—for those experiencing homelessness in and around the Portland metro area.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
NP centers equity and the impacts of intersectional identities across race, ethnicity, ability, age, citizenship, class, gender, and sexuality to maintain focus on dismantling the structures of white supremacy.
This begins internally: 61.53% of our staff (up 50% in two years) and 46% of our Board are BIPOC (up 30% in two years). Our dedication to our own internal DEI practices shows up in our work in the community: we build advocacy coalitions that are led by historically marginalized Oregonians to change systems rooted in white supremacy.
All donations up to $2,500 will be matched by Zillow to support our work closing the wealth gap and advancing homeownership.
The first donor to give $200 will receive four tickets to DJ Anjali and The Incredible Kid’s January show at The Goodfoot.
The first donor to give $100 will receive a free month of Bollywood or Bhangra dance classes with DJ Anjali.
First 50 donors to give over $50 will receive a free pair of earrings from Garnish with any purchase.
The first 50 donors who make a gift of $75 will receive $75 off a $250 purchase when you book a Personal Stylist Appointment at Garnish.
The first 25 donors who give $25 in November receive will receive a discount code for free access to "Untold Uniontown," a self-guided immersive tour of Astoria's Uniontown district, including exclusive deals at local Astoria businesses from Go Wild USA.
The first donor to give $100 from November 22nd-29th will receive a $50 gift card and beanie from Bridge City Kid.
Reclaimed Wool will donate 25% of all sales on December 1st and 2nd of Western Wool potholders, and Wool and Leather Coaster sets, up to a maximum purchase of $200 per person, per date.
The first donor to give $150 in December will receive a free Bellagram from Bellagram Singing Telegrams that they can send live to their loved one in the Portland Metro area or virtually to their device anywhere in the world!
The first two donors who give $50 or more from December 6th-13th will receive a curated skincare basket from Essance Skin Care.
Year Founded: 1990
Tax ID: 91-1943624
Neighborhood Partnerships is in the Community category which is sponsored by Willamette Week.
They're a large-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.