Human Services

21 Nonprofits
5,214 Donors
$644,816 Given so far

Bradley Angle $21,753 raised so far.
Serve all people experiencing, or at risk of, domestic violence by providing safety, education, empowerment, healing and hope.
Call To Safety (formerly Portland Women’s Crisis Line) $18,959 raised so far.
End domestic and sexual violence through confidential support services and community-empowering education. Call to Safety is the largest crisis line of its kind in Oregon.
CASA for Children of Multnomah, Washington, and Columbia Counties $35,122 raised so far.
Help keep children safe when they have been abused or neglected and are under the protection of the court. Our mission is to recruit, train, and support CASA volunteers to advocate for children in foster care as they navigate a complex legal system. Our goal is to ensure that the children we serve are placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible.
Central City Concern $58,830 raised so far.
End homelessness by providing housing, health care and supportive employment services to people impacted by trauma, addiction, serious mental illness, chronic disease and multigenerational poverty. Its housing and health care choice models help more than 13,000 people a year find healing, stability and hope for the future.
The Dougy Center $14,995 raised so far.
Provide support in a safe place where children, teens, young adults and their families grieving a death can share in their experiences. The Dougy Center provides support free of charge, and offers training locally, nationally and internationally to individuals and organizations seeking to assist children in grief.
Dress for Success Oregon $19,711 raised so far.
Help area low-income women get work, succeed in work and become economically self-sustaining by providing them with professional clothing, employment readiness and retention services and woman-to-woman support.
Friends of the Children – Portland $18,576 raised so far.
Provide vulnerable children a nurturing and sustained relationship with a professional mentor (called a Friend) who teaches positive values and has attainable expectations for each child to become a healthy, productive community member. Friends are full-time, salaried professionals who work with youth from kindergarten through high school graduation.
Human Solutions $26,134 raised so far.
Help low-income and homeless families and individuals gain self-sufficiency by providing affordable housing, family-support services, job-readiness training and economic development opportunities.
Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization $60,286 raised so far.
Promote the integration of refugees, immigrants and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy and inclusive multiethnic society.
Neighborhood House $33,749 raised so far.
Bring neighbors together to prevent hunger and homelessness, and to educate both young and old. Neighborhood House serves the community through programs aimed at preparing children for success in school, helping families gain stability and supporting seniors to continue living independently.
New Avenues for Youth $28,308 raised so far.
Work in partnership with the community to prevent youth homelessness and provide youth at-risk of or experiencing homelessness with the resources and skills needed to lead healthy, productive lives.
Northeast Emergency Food Program $12,520 raised so far.
Provide food and clothing assistance to 11,000 racially and culturally diverse, low-income Portland metro neighbors each year through a food pantry, clothing room, mobile pantry, garden, community dinners, job training and more.
Operation Nightwatch $26,568 raised so far.
Through three hospitality centers offering food, clothing, blankets, mental health assistance and elementary health care. Operation Nightwatch provides the only place homeless people can receive a hassle-free welcome and services when all other agencies are closed.
Outside In $82,362 raised so far.
Help homeless youth and other marginalized people become healthy and self-sufficient. Launched in 1968, Outside In now serves more than 10,000 people a year in Portland and through its mobile clinics and school-based health center in Clackamas County.
Oregon Cultural Trust Partner
p:ear $47,213 raised so far.
Build positive relationships with homeless and transitional youth through education, art and recreation to affirm personal worth and create healthier, more meaningful lives.
Portland Homeless Family Solutions $24,155 raised so far.
Empower homeless families with children to get back into housing and stay there long-term through compassionate, supportive shelter, case management, classes and training.
Project Lemonade $24,558 raised so far.
Provide foster youth with a free back-to-school shopping experience and offer support to inspire self-esteem and promote success.
Ride Connection $6,753 raised so far.
Provide customer-focused, safe, reliable transportation options at no cost for older adults, people with disabilities and low-income individuals in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties.
Sexual Assault Resource Center $10,297 raised so far.
promote social justice by ending sexual violence through advocacy, education and support.
Store to Door $14,397 raised so far.
Support independent living for Portland-area seniors and people with disabilities by providing a low-cost, volunteer-based grocery shopping and delivery service. Store to Door serves individuals whose physical or cognitive limitations make accessing groceries, resources and social supports outside of the home impossible.
Transition Projects $61,995 raised so far.
Assist people in transitioning from homelessness to housing. Transition Projects delivers life-saving and life-changing support to some of Portland’s most vulnerable residents.

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