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Audrey Adapts to Meet the Need!

Marysville Elementary SUN Site Manager, Audrey Rozell, is busy helping to distribute food to students and families in need while schools remain closed due to COVID-19!
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The Impact Continues: Kay and Our Housing Team Adapt to Meet the Need

Our housing team has quickly adapted to their new working environment while working to meet the increased need!
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Gratitude: A Heartwarming Thank You Message from a Student

This heartwarming letter was given to an Impact NW staff member by a 7th grader whose family has received support from Impact NW.
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Impact NW receives support from the Oregon Community Foundation’s Recovery Fund

We are incredibly grateful to be among the first recipients of support from the Oregon Community Foundation's Recovery Fund during this critical moment in time. With this support, we are stabilizing vulnerable people at risk of losing their housing. Thank you to OCF and everyone in our community for going above and beyond at this time.
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No Place Like Home

As we see a drastic increase in the needs of the people we serve, so too we see an increase in opportunities for community members to make a difference. You can make an immediate impact, and we're making it easy.
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Our Neighbors Need Us, More Than Ever

During this challenging and uncertain moment in time, all of us here at Impact NW hope that you, your family and friends are safe and healthy. Like you, we are navigating the stress and challenges of the moment as we remain committed to the health, strength and stability of our community.
Impact NW Programs Continue To Operate amid the COVID-19 outbreak

COVID-19 Outbreak: Update on Services and Closure of Facilities

All Impact NW programs and services continue to operate amid the COVID-19 outbreak but facilities are closed to the public until further notice.
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Preventing Coronavirus at Impact NW

As we work to prevent homelessness, we have also begun work in recent days to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. We are working to protect the people we serve, many of whom are especially vulnerable to the virus, as well as our employees. We are also sharing information widely.
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Repurposing: An Answer to the Homelessness Crisis? 

The Bybee Lakes Hope Center is a proposed repurposing of the empty Wapato Jail. See how Helping Hands and local Businessman Jordan Schnitzer are coming together to pull off the project.
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HereTogether’s Proposed Homeless Service Measure

HereTogether is working to bring forward a comprehensive homeless measure on the upcoming May ballot.