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Human Services

Human Services

28 Nonprofits
729 Donors
$116,776 Given so far

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4th Dimension Recovery Center $1,045 raised so far.
Provides and cultivates an environment of recovery where all young people can overcome drug addiction and alcoholism through social interactions with recovery communities and 4D peer-mentorship services.
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Bienestar $9,325 raised so far.
Provides housing and hope for low-income and farmworker families and seniors through the operation of multifamily properties, services and educational programs.
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Blanchet House of Hospitality $2,684 raised so far.
Blanchet House of Hospitality offers food, shelter and aid to those in need of a safe place to be nourished and restored.
Bradley Angle $2,846 raised so far.
Serve all people experiencing, or at risk of, domestic violence by providing them with safety, education, empowerment, healing and hope.
Central City Concern $13,265 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. CCC’s housing and health-care choice models help more than 14,000 people a year.
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Community Vision Inc. $735 raised so far.
As Oregon’s largest provider of individualized support for adults and youth experiencing disabilities, CVI offers a network of services to assist them in living and working independently.
The Dougy Center $1,870 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 $1,620 raised so far.
Empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
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El Programa Hispano Catolico (EPHC) $1,125 raised so far.
EPHC provides a range of services to low-income Latinos in the metro area, from housing support and legal referrals to educational and employment programs.
Human Solutions $5,853 raised so far.
Helps homeless and low-income 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 $12,667 raised so far.
Promote the integration of refugees, immigrants and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy and inclusive multiethnic society.
Impact NW $2,220 raised so far.
Impact NW serves more than 30,000 individuals a year—including children, families, seniors and adults with disabilities—through comprehensive anti-poverty services.
JOIN $9,350 raised so far.
JOIN helps more than 800 people each year move out of homelessness and into stable housing, providing each household with supportive services after they move inside to ensure their long-term stability.
New Avenues for Youth $5,686 raised so far.
Prevents youth homelessness and provides homeless and at-risk young people with the resources and skills needed to lead healthy, productive lives.
Northeast Emergency Food Program $1,560 raised so far.
Provides food and clothing assistance to culturally and racially diverse Portland metro neighbors while working to develop community solutions to food insecurity.
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Oregon Energy Fund $1,835 raised so far.
Supports household stability by assisting neighbors in financial crisis with their energy bills.
Oregon Food Bank $12,180 raised so far.
Eliminate hunger and its root causes…because no one should be hungry.
Outside In $9,865 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.
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PDX Diaper Bank $1,237 raised so far.
PDX Diaper Bank provides free diapers and diapering supplies to low-income and homeless families with children, older adults and individuals with disabilities residing in the Portland metro.
Portland Homeless Family Solutions $1,945 raised so far.
Portland Homeless Family Solutions empowers homeless families with children to get back into housing and to stay there long term.
Project Lemonade $1,915 raised so far.
Project Lemonade provides foster youth with a back-to-school shopping experience and offers support to inspire self-esteem and promote success.
Ride Connection $825 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.
Right 2 Dream Too $1,150 raised so far.
Right 2 Dream Too is a low-barrier, peer-run shelter and self-governed community whose mission is to provide up to 12 hours of safe, uninterrupted sleep for houseless Portlanders.
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ROSE Community Development $1,750 raised so far.
An affordable-housing organization based in outer Southeast Portland, ROSE seeks to revitalize its neighborhood through the development of homes and economic opportunities.
Rose Haven $1,790 raised so far.
Rose Haven is a day shelter and community center serving women and children experiencing trauma, poverty, and physical and mental health challenges.
Sisters of the Road $5,261 raised so far.
A nonprofit Cafe in Portland's Old Town neighborhood, SotR seeks to build authentic relationships and alleviate the hunger of isolation in an atmosphere of nonviolence and “gentle personalism” that nurtures the whole individual.
Transition Projects $5,442 raised so far.
Transition Projects delivers life-saving and life-changing assistance to some of Portland’s most vulnerable residents as they transition from homelessness to housing.
West Women’s and Children’s Shelter $3,310 raised so far.
Creates a safe, nurturing environment for survivors to realize their potential for healing and growth as we work together to end domestic violence.

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