Supporting Our Community
As we all know, these are unprecedented times. During this difficult period, we wish everyone in our Jantzen Beach Shopping Center Community (and beyond) good health, patience, compassion and calm.
In the spirit of community, we know there are many of you who are thinking about how you can reach out and help those who need it most. Below you will see a list of a few worthwhile organizations working diligently to support our Jantzen Beach Shopping Center Community.
And Please Remember...We are ALL in this TOGETHER!
Oregon Food Bank
Make a Donation: oregonfoodbank.org
#EmergeStronger Challenge aims to raise $1,000,000 to supercharge Oregon Food Bank’s capacity in response to COVID-19. Your donation will help the network ensure that we not only survive this pandemic, but that — on the other side — everyone in our community has access to food, healthcare, housing and economic security. To end hunger for good.
Make a Donation: sunshinedivision.org
A vital partnership with Portland Police Bureau, Sunshine Division is supplying food box delivery to those whom are homebound, medically fragile, and/or unable to leave their home, due to COVID-19. Established for over 9 decades and 501(c)(3), Sunshine Division relies solely on donations to fund the collection and distribution of food and clothes.
Boys & Girls Club of Portland
Make a Donation: Boys and Girls Club of Portland
Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro plays a vital role in the community. They are distributing take-home meals, connecting youth with online counseling services, and developing virtual programs that will keep young minds engaged and learning.
With Stay at Home orders in place, they need your help to make sure they can continue to deliver these vital services and give families access to a Club
United Way of Portland
Make a Donation: unitedtoact.org
Your gift will support Portland’s most vulnerable neighbors. This includes those currently or those at risk of becoming homeless and those who could suffer devastating financial and health impacts due to the coronavirus. Reductions in work schedules, school closures, and challenges accessing health care disproportionately affect low-income individuals and families.
Donations to the Greater Portland COVID-19 Community Relief Fund help ensure people receive the support they need without falling into homelessness or
YMCA of Columbia-Willamette
Make a Donation: ymcacw.org/coronavirus
YMCA is offering emergency child care as well as other necessary community services. Although they encourage families to keep their children at home, some parents must work and their jobs are critical to the response of this public health crisis. These families need safe and reliable places for their children, and the Y will remain a resource for them at this time.
Portland Homeless Family Solutions
Make a Donation: pdxhfs.org/covid-19
Portland Homeless Family Solutions supports families without homes who need shelter or families struggling to pay rent to stay in their homes. Donations are 100% tax deductible.
Restaurant Workers Community Foundation
Make a Donation: restaurantworkerscf.org
Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) registered public charity. They supply Direct Relief for restaurant workers nationally. All donations are tax deductible and you will receive an email confirmation of your donation shortly after submitting payment.
A Common Thread
The CFDA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization administrating A Common Thread raising funds for those in the American fashion community who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Donate by texting THREAD to 44-321 or by contributing online.
Please Stay Informed
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