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Your Contribution

Your donations make a tremendous difference to the children, families and seniors that we serve at Neighborhood House.  To direct your contribution to the program area of your choice click the yellow button above.  Thank you for your support!  

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Support Our Partnership Campaign

Neighborhood House has been in the business of helping low-income people build stronger, more self-determined lives since 1905.  As we wind down our 110th anniversary celebration year, I want to share this remarkable message from David Wood, whose family became homeless and found shelter at Turning Point fifteen years ago:  (Click the photo below to learn more.)     

David’s family was fortunate.  They got the support they needed, his mom worked tirelessly to get her and her sons’ lives back on track, and they accessed Section 8 housing quickly. 

Today, families like David’s are facing a full-blown housing crisis in Portland that has led to record numbers of evictions, homelessness and impossibly long waiting-lists for subsidized housing.  An estimated 4,000 of our neighbors are currently living on the streets. 

Join with us to help the extraordinary number of local families who are struggling at this time. Please donate today!


Support Our 2015 Winter Wishes Drive

Dec. 10th from 10am-8pm  or ​Dec.11th from 10am-2pm


Click here to download & print the list!

Donation drop-off: 7780 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, OR 97219

Contact: Jimmy DeBiasi: or 503-246-1663 ext. 2117
Please leave your gift unwrapped.

Visit Participating Businesses and grab a Winter Wishes Mitten!

Thinker Toys, Umpqua Bank, Baker & Spice, Annie Blooms Books

With so many families impacted by the recession and the extraordinary demand being
placed on our Emergency Food Box program at this time, we are asking the community
to support us by focusing on food and other essential items, such as hygiene
and cleaning supplies, this holiday season.  Gift cards and other items to be utilized in
our Neighborhood House programs, such as school supplies and art supplies are also being sought.

Most-Needed Food Items:

              Canned fruit and vegetables, canned tuna, meat, bulk dry beans & rice, flour,
              cereal (hot/cold), cooking oil, powdered milk, condensed milk, 100% juice, soy milk

Most-Needed Hygiene and Cleaning Supplies:

            Personal- Deodorant, shampoo, razors, feminine hygiene, Depends, body lotion,
             toilet paper, toothpaste and tooth brushes (for all ages), diapers (size 4-6), incontinence
             Other supplies – soap (bath, dish, laundry), bleach, vinegar, sponges, First aid kits,
             band-aids, thermometers, wet wipes
Gift Certificates (denominations $50, or less)

Food - Fred Meyer, WinCo, Safeway, Lamb’s Thriftway, Trader Joe’s  
Clothing – Old Navy, Target
Event Tickets (minimum in pairs, please)

Theatre/Plays/Movie tickets              Zoo/OMSI/Museum passes
Blazer/Hockey Tickets   

Postage stamps           Socks & Underwear             Tri-Met Bus Tickets                       
English/Spanish dictionaries  International phone cards in $5 denominations  

Vehicle Donations

Making a tax-deductible gift of your used car not only benefits the children, families and seniors that Neighborhood House serves, it's also a hassle-free way to recycle a vehicle you are ready to replace. Download "Simplify Your Used Car Donation" or contact Speed's Towing at 
(503) 234-5555 to learn more.

Stock Donations

You can also make a contribution to Neighborhood House by donating gifts of stock. Here's how:

  1. Please notify our Development Office at (503) 246-1663, extension 2119, or before you initiate the transaction.
  2. Contact UBS Financial Services, The Cheek Group by calling (503) 226-1858 and giving them the following information to transfer your stock gift.

           STC# 0221
           Account # LL00901CH

Your tax-deductible gift supports Neighborhood House programs that improve the lives of children, families and seniors in our community.

Plant a Row to Feed a Family!

You can ensure that hungry children, families and seniors have access to fresh, healthy produce through our Emergency Food Box Program by planting an extra row of vegetables in your garden to share during the spring, summer and early fall months.  If you already have a community garden plot and would like to donate part of a bumper crop of vegetables, such as tomatoes, greens, squash or other prolific crops, please contact our Emergency Food Box Coordinator, at (503) 246-1663 x5118.