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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Portland's Creative Laureate, Subashini Ganesan, and Oregon's Poet Laureate, Kim Stafford, have launched this emergency relief fund to meet the growing needs for independent/freelance artists in our tri-county area, in the face of COVID-19.
Free diapers and other baby products to residents of Yamhill County, OR. We serve vulnerable & isolated families with basic needs & mental health support.
Q Center is accepting donations of supplies for folks affected by COVID-19 and pandemic related closures. You can drop off supplies at every week day from noon-8 pm starting Monday, March 16th. Supplies we are taking: - Non-perishable food (Not expired) - Gatorade and other drinks containing electrolytes (Not expired) - Hand sanitizer - Soap - Spray Bottles (Clean & empty) - Diapers -...
The coronavirus has closed schools and community centers, creating a gap in meals for countless kids. Seniors, people with chronic conditions and those with compromised immune systems face higher risks in public spaces — forcing many to remain at home.
Feeding America and our network of food banks are continuing to provide food to people in need during these times of uncertainty.
DONATE TO THE COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESPONSE AND RECOVERY FUND. Your generosity will help families and people in need access critical information and services like food, shelter, and more through our United Way network. 95% of your donation will provide relief to those left vulnerable by the pandemic.
For more than 35 years, Feeding America has responded to the hunger crisis in America by providing food to people in need through a nationwide network of food banks. Offers a list of food banks and opportunities to donate.
Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies. Currently coordinating with public health authorities, nonprofit orgs and businesses globally to provide personal protective equipment and essential medical items to health workers responding to COVID-19.