You can help a child, family, foster youth, senior or person with a disability by putting an extra item on your grocery list.

Many of the people we serve have to choose between paying their rent and putting food on the table. If they have an income, most if not all of it is spent on bare essentials, with nothing left for even day-to-day supplies. You can help by picking up one or two more items while you’re shopping for  your own household supplies. Your thoughtfulness and generosity will make a world of difference to a family in need.

Donations can be dropped off at 10055 E. Burnside (at 102nd Street) Monday through Thursday from 9am until 7pm, or call (503) 294-7415 to ask if there is a location closer to you.

Wish List:

  • blankets
  • pillows
  • bath towels
  • kitchen towels
  • toilet paper
  • paper towels
  • cleaning supplies
  • children’s books
  • books for home-bound seniors
  • hats
  • gloves
  • jackets/coats
  • socks
  • shoes (especially children’s shoes)
  • sport equipment
  • movie tickets
  • dolls
  • board games
  • family DVDs
  • emergency kits
  • baby wipes
  • Tri-Met passes
  • grocery gift cards
  • non-perishable foods