If you have spare blankets or jackets lying around the house please consider donating them.
Hot meals, health care and tangible goods will be made available to all Veterans in attendance.
Food, personal care items, health care, and many more resources will be offered to homeless Veterans at this event in Linn County.
Homeless families or pregnant women in their third trimester will no longer have to sleep outside, in a car or abandoned building, or in any other dangerous situation.
This event provides an array of free services, activities and resources for the community.
Downtown Compassion is focused on offering health care and other service resources to the uninsured, under-insured, and marginalized community of Portland.
Providing our Veterans a hand up, not a hand out.
If you're a Veteran and in need of basic resources, this is the place to be.
Resource information, free BQQ, kids activities and more. All are welcome.
Send you kids back to school in style with a free haircut from Aveda Institute Portland.
Clark County churches are joining together to show love and compassion by providing free health care and social services at this one day event.
Are you a grandparent or elder relative raising grandchildren? This free retreat will be beneficial to you.
Free basic services are coming to Yamhill county! Whether it’s a health screening, food support, or shelter information, find these vital resources and much more at a Community Connect event at Chemeketa Community College, Yamhill Valley Campus, in McMinnville on Friday, May 15.
Portland’s Potluck in the Park volunteers respond to the vital need of Portland’s hungry and homeless week in and week out. Guests come for a delicious, warm meal and the community that is created when a meal is shared between others who know the same struggles and those who care deeply for them. The next event will take place in the O’Bryant Square underground parking lot on April 26, offering a lot more than usual.
Free basic services are coming to Albany in Linn county. Whether it’s a health screening, a hot meal, or shelter information, find these vital resources and much more at a Community Connect event at the Boys and Girls Club of Albany on May 14.
Free basic services are coming to Yamhill county! Whether it’s a health screening, food support, or shelter information, find these vital resources and much more at a Community Connect event at Chemeketa Community College Yamhill Valley Campus in McMinnville on May 16.
Communicating a dream is the first step in achieving it, and “achieving dreams” is after all, Lane Community College’s motto. College faculty can help you in all aspects from start to finish, including improving the language ability to do it. Take advantage of low cost English as a second language courses beginning this Spring.
Individuals and families who face housing instability find shelter and a safe place to sleep wherever they can. This can mean sleeping on the streets, in their vehicles, or in parks, camps, and other places not meant for human habitation, often at the risk of being caught and told to move. It is precisely this instability that makes an accurate estimate of Oregon’s homeless population on a given day or night so elusive. Yet, knowing this is indeed important.