May 01 • Mental Health

Reach Out Oregon

COVID-19 has created restrictions all around the country and our team is ready to respond. Reach Out Oregon is a non-crisis "warmline" listening service for parents & guardians who struggle with emotional, behavioral, & mental health challenges.Other resources:Oregon Child Abuse Hotline - 855-503-7233Lines of Life - 800-273-8255

Apr 28 • Donations

Community Warehouse

Donate We need your financial support today so we can immediately reopen as a secure resource for families who require furnishings during this public health crisis. Sponsor A Home 2 Go Kit In response to community public health needs, Community Warehouse is offering pre-packaged HOME 2 GO Essential Items Kits.

phone 503.235.8786
Apr 24 • Donations

Oregon Workers Relief Fund

Donate to support the Oregon Worker Relief Fund. Our top priority is to get dollars in the hands of Immigrant Oregon workers who are being left out of the Federal Stimulus package. 100% of the donations will go directly to community members in need who cannot access unemployment insurance benefits.

Apr 16 • Helping Health Workers

Letters for Bend

Share your (or your child's) chalk art, drawing, letter, work of art, photo or any other expression of gratitude and we'll do the rest!

Apr 06 • Getting Food

Sunshine Division

Open at both locations for clients to continue receiving emergency food. Food boxes are served near the entrances (outside) in a manner that ensures the safety and precautions to thoughtfully care for clients and staff. For hours and locations, click check out the link.

Apr 03 • Donations

Raphael House of Portland

We know everyone is reeling in the wake of COVID-19. As fallout from this pandemic ripples across our community, we’re seeing firsthand the devastating impact it’s having on families at the margins. More than 400 survivors in our programs rely on Raphael House for shelter, food, hygiene supplies, safety planning, and emergency resources—in addition to a high volume of callers on our 24-hotline.

Apr 03 • Donations

Portland Street Medicine

Portland Street Medicine is a volunteer-driven initiative and will continue to be so. As we ramp up our street outreach in response to COVID-19, it makes the most sense for us to use our volunteer clinicians for the provision of care.

phone 503-501-1231
Apr 01 • Getting Food

Care To Share

Coordinating assistance to families and individuals who seek emergency food and other basic necessities.

phone 503-591-9079
Apr 01 • Getting Food

Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon

We know many families will need access to meals. Click here to find a list of all Oregon school districts with links to their meal plans during the Coronavirus school closures. You do not have to attend that specific school or district to have access to these meals–free meals are available to children age 1-18 to pick up “grab and go” style.

Apr 01 • Getting Food

Washington County Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

Provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, health referrals and other services free of charge to families who qualify

Mar 28 • Donations

COVID-19 Pandemic Response

Philanthropic support can increase our capacity to diagnose, treat and prevent COVID-19 and prepare for future infectious disease outbreaks. We have created a new fund for donations to support the most urgent needs related to OHSU’s COVID-19 preparedness and response. These funds will be used flexibly by OHSU leadership to address the highest-priority needs in the coming weeks.

Mar 25 • Getting Food

Food for Families

In a compassionate and dignified environment, Food for Families will gather, store, and distribute food at no cost to people in our community. The program will focus on ‘community helping community’ while empowering individuals to become food secure through education and resources.

Mar 25 • Getting Help

Pandemic Partners - Bend

It's simple - if you need help, ask. If you can help, respond out of the goodness of your heart. This can include running errands, picking up groceries, getting help with technology to stay connected to loved ones, etc. In a time where fear can be overwhelming, we choose kindness, generosity, and love for our neighbors.

Mar 25 • Helping Others

Pandemic Partners-Bend

It's simple - if you need help, ask. If you can help, respond out of the goodness of your heart. This can include running errands, picking up groceries, getting help with technology to stay connected to loved ones, etc. In a time where fear can be overwhelming, we choose kindness, generosity, and love for our neighbors.

Mar 24 • SUD Recovery

The Oregon Recovery Network

The Oregon Recovery Network is partnering with Recover Together With Google to provide Oregonians one centralized location with the latest state and local recovery resources and COVID-19 information so that our community can come out of this crisis stronger than ever.

Mar 24 • Mental Health

Mental Health Crisis Intervention

Portland Police Bureau Chief Jami Resch calls related to suicide have increased by 23%—that is a 41% increase since this time in 2019. It is vital to prioritize your mental health during this public health crisis. There are resources available to every Portlander. Portland Suicide Lifeline is 503-972-3456—text “help” to 741-741.

phone 503-988-4888
Mar 24 • Donations

Every Child Oregon

During the virus outbreak, 4,082 foster families are currently caring for more than 7,000 kids. As we receive an increase in requests for help from these families, you can help.

Mar 23 • Helping Others

Shine Distillery free hand sanitizer

"We are working hard to keep filling bottles of hand cleaner for our community. Every gift card you buy helps us keep the doors open and purchase more bottles and product. If you'd like to contribute, but don't plan to visit, buy a gift card and address it TO: SHINESPIRIT and please send it with a note- we appreciate every encouraging message."

Mar 22 • Donations

PDX COVID-19 Mutual Aid

Portland COVID-19 Mutual Aid needs the following items: bottled water, face masks, hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, tissues, hand soap, nitrile gloves, Ziploc bags, clean sharps, paper towels, single-serving Tylenol, hand warmers, combs, brushes, single-serving snacks, sleeping bags, tents, tarps, blankets, socks, underwear, personal/baby wipes, alcohol wipes, pet food.

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National resources you may be interested in.

Mar 16 • Getting Food

Feeding America

The Feeding America nationwide network of food banks secures and distributes 4.3 billion meals each year through food pantries and meal programs throughout the United States and leads the nation to engage in the fight against hunger. Contact your local community food bank to find food or click here to read about public assistance programs.

Mar 16 • Free Internet


In response to emergency measures associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19), Internet Essentials will increase speeds from 15/2 Mbps to 25/3 Mbps for all customers. This speed increase will happen automatically - no action is required by customers. In addition, new customers will receive two months of free service.

Mar 17 • Mental Health

Centers for Disease Control

The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.

Mar 17 • Testing Locations

NBC News: Coronavirus testing

Information on COVID-19 tests according to state health departments. NBC News asked every state health department how it is handling testing for coronavirus. Read our guide for information about your state.