Store to Door supports independent living for Portland-area seniors and people with disabilities by providing an affordable, personal, volunteer-based grocery shopping and delivery service.
Bottom Line for Portland
Store to Door addresses the food insecurity faced by low-income homebound seniors and adults with disabilities and helps reduce their exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Compared to last year, we have expanded our deliveries by 35%, having brought groceries to nearly 11,000 homebound individuals (and counting). This year, we created a new Friendly Caller Program to reduce social isolation, connecting with 500 seniors weekly. All of our clients are homebound, 93% live alone, and 80% are low-income.
Drawing for all donors who give on Big Give Days: Alder Creek Kayak and Canoe standup paddleboard class for two; Glendoveer Golf round of golf for two; Mimosa Studios gift certificate for $15; Pip's Original Doughnuts and Chai gift card for $35 (two); ¿Por Qué No? gift card for $100; Store to Door tote bags and T-shirts.
Drawing for donors who donate $50 or more on Big Give Days: BraVuro Cellars wine tasting for four; Hipcooks gift card for cooking class for two (virtual plus supplies); Manzanita Links round of golf for four (two) .
“I am so very grateful for the wonderful Store to Door volunteers and staff. Because of the COVID-19 virus and a few new medical issues, I have been in my apartment for over 10 weeks already. It has been particularly helpful to have this grocery shopping and delivery help and the supportive phone calls are much appreciated, too. Store to Door is a great organization with a lot of HEART! — Linda, Store to Door client