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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Neighborhood House’s transitional housing program is in the midst of some exciting changes. For many years, Neighborhood House has provided unsheltered families with rapid housing and support at a site in Southwest Portland. Now, we are shifting the program to...
Thursday, May 195:30 - 6:30 p.m. PDTVirtual The Welcome Home Hour of Hope Fundraiser is right around the corner! This virtual fundraiser is Neighborhood House’s largest fundraising event of the year. We aim to raise $185,000 to support our wide array of education and...
New Seasons Market has been a long time partner of Neighborhood House. Providing food for the Food Pantry is just one of New Seasons’ consistent means of support. Volunteers from New Seasons at the Empty Bowls event earlier this month. In support of SW HOPE,...
Steve was teaching music online and delivering for Uber Eats to pay the bills when the pandemic hit. Due to an autoimmune condition, it was too risky for Steve to continue to deliver food as COVID threatened the public’s health. When his unemployment benefits ran out...
Angie Raffaele Neighborhood House is pleased to introduce Angie Raffaele, our new School Age Programs Manager! Born and raised in Portland, Angie has been in nonprofit social work with children and families for over 20 years. She has a wide array of experience,...
The SW HOPE 5K is this Saturday! If you have not already, there is still time to register. We have nearly reached 250 signups, which means we are only a few signups away from unlocking a $5,000 match! Run or walk in person at Oregon Episcopal School on Saturday, April...
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