Donate Now and Change Your Community
For over 8,000 low-income children, families, and seniors across the greater Portland metropolitan area, Neighborhood House delivers innovative, life-changing programs that allow them to overcome serious challenges and lead self-sufficient lives.
While Neighborhood House receives funding from public sources, every year we must raise approximately $1 million to sustain our programs. Whether through a one-time gift or ongoing donations, you can make the difference in the life of someone in your community.
Here’s the impact your donation can have:
$10 donation to Neighborhood House buys one first-aid kit for an at-home childcare provider through our Child Care Improvement Project.
$20 provides 80 pounds of food for a hungry family.
$50 pays for one week of healthy, organic food for 10 children to promote mindful eating.
$100 covers moving costs and rental applications for a family transitioning to permanent housing.
$250 provides 30 rides to medical appointments for seniors in need.
Your generous gift enables Neighborhood House to continue empowering neighbors to overcome their daily challenges.
Prefer to give via check?
Make your check out to “Neighborhood House” and write any specific program designations or campaigns in the memo line. Then, mail to:
7780 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, OR 97219
Remembering Neighborhood House in your will or estate plan or donating gifts of stock make a lasting legacy in our community. Please contact our Development Director Mari Yerger.
We accept food items at our Food Pantry, 3445 SW Moss St., that are:
- Labeled with ingredients listed on the package
Donations can be made from 9am-4pm Monday and Wednesday, 9am-12pm Tuesday, and 9am-5pm Thursday.
Neighborhood House partners with Speed’s Towing to make the process of donating your used vehicle a snap. We receive up to 80% of the proceeds from the sale.
Our Aging Services, School Age Programs, Housing, and Child Care Programs have an ever-changing list of needed donations.
Neighborhood House accepts donations of gently used clothing items for sale in our Senior Center Boutique, which raises critically needed funds for our senior programs. We also welcome donations of new clothing for our program users during our annual Winter Wishes campaign. If you have clothing you wish to be distributed directly to people needing assistance, please consider donating to William Temple House, one of our preferred community partners.