As part of a community-wide effort to transform child care and parenting in Multnomah County, Neighborhood House is leading the creation of a “parenting education hub” for families with children in our region. Our 12-member Parent Community Council will oversee the vendor selection process, design process and development process for a brand-new “parenting hub” website. The website should serve as a central home for families with children to find what they need to be happy, healthy and strong.
For more information, check out the project RFP!
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Combating social isolation can be tough for all of us, but for seniors, the fight is especially difficult. Loneliness in seniors increases the risk of premature death, dementia, heart disease, stroke, depression, anxiety, and suicide. Yet nearly 1/4 of adults aged 65...
The Growing Our Village Campaign has officially begun! Neighborhood House is excited to begin the process of moving our Food Pantry and Senior Center programs into a newly purchased space on Barbur Blvd. This new site is large enough to co-locate both programs,...
Wondering what to do with all that extra garden space you have in your backyard? Get involved in our Scattered Gardens Program! We are partnering with Seasons & Regions Restaurant and other community partners to provide our neighbors with free plant starts....
Chris Chiacchierini, Ken Boddie, and Meredith Bureau behind the scenes of the Hour of Hope on May 19. We had an amazing time late last month at the Welcome Home Hour of Hope Fundraiser! This virtual event drew over 200 guests and raised an impressive $174,500 towards...
Founded in 2016, Positive Charge! PDX (PC) is a local nonprofit making a big difference in the community. Neighborhood House first partnered with PC in 2020 when volunteers from the Bridlemile neighborhood reached out about a plan to collect food donations for the...
Late last month, Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici toured one of Neighborhood House’s Head Start sites in Northwest Portland. Neighborhood House’s Head Start, Early Head Start, and Preschool Promise Programs provide free and affordable early childhood education to...
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