Store to Door
Store to Door's mission is to support independent living for Portland area seniors and people with disabilities by providing a low-cost, personal, volunteer-based grocery shopping and delivery service.
Bottom Line for Portland
Store to Door is the only grocery shopping service designed to address the food insecurity and social isolation faced by seniors and adults living with disabilities. Powered by over 12,000 volunteers annually, we help bring nourishment and connection to more than 300 clients weekly. All of our clients are homebound, 85% live alone, and 83% are low-income.
“Everyone with whom I have had contact has been very helpful and friendly. Thank you and all of the staff and volunteers for all you do to help keep us supplied and safe.” – Store to Door Client, Virginia
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Store to Door recognizes that systemic injustices such as racism, ageism, ableism, and sexism exist and that they create and perpetuate conditions of hunger, loneliness and institutionalization among the elderly and disabled. As an organization supporting independent living for Portland area seniors and people living with disabilities, our clients are members of an extremely marginalized and overlooked community, and are at high-risk for food insecurity, isolation, and displacement from their homes. While we have more work to do in this area, with the support of community partners, a passionate Equity Team made up of both staff and board members, and a comprehensive equity workplan, Store to Door is uniquely positioned to reach our equity goals and ensure nourishment and connection for all seniors and adults living with disabilities in need.
Columbia Bank will be providing a match of up to $500 in donations.