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Together We Can provide safety, security, guidance and a place of belonging for at-risk youth in the Portland Metro Area.
Last year, The Salvation Army in the Portland Metro area provided services to 88,133 individuals. This included serving over 298,285 meals and snacks to families.
The Salvation Army’s youth programs place special emphasis on activities that encourage the development of life skills and strong character. Through mentoring, education, and recreation, kids are shown the possibility of a better life and future.
You’re invited to join The Salvation Army for our All About Kids Virtual Silent Auction and Fundraising Event. This event is a special time to highlight our local kids and celebrate their potential through hearing stories of success and change.
Together We Can make a difference for kids in our community.
Presenting Partner $20,000
Miller Family Foundation
Game Changer $10,000
Hope Grower $5,000
Spark Starter $2,500
Video Partner $1,500
In the Portland Metro area, we provide services to children through eight programs and ministries.
A sanctuary of rest, discovery, and growth that provides a Christ-centered camp and conference facility for all ages.
Gresham Corps is located on the border between Gresham and Portland. It serves all of East Multnomah County with family, social and worship services.
For more than 76 years, Moore Street has worked to provide a center of hope, a place of worship, and a safe refuge for everyone in North Portland.
Wherever one is in life, Portland Tabernacle has a place to connect with God and others for those who live in areas of Portland and Clackamas County.
A community where women who were previously defined as "chronically homeless" are becoming self-sufficient and are obtaining permanent housing.
Tualatin Valley Service Center (TVSC)
TVSC reaches one of the largest areas, Washington County, providing food, hygiene, energy and water services.
Veterans and Family Center
The Veterans Center is a referral program that helps Veterans and their families transition to permanent housing.
West Women's and Children's Shelter
Provides opportunities for self-sufficiency to survivors of domestic violence and their children through shelter and support services.
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This is a gift that goes directly to The Salvation Army’s youth programs, not a child sponsorship. For a gift at this level, your company will receive the following.
Please contact Lisa Cole (Portland Metro Liaison)
503.794.3242 | firstname.lastname@example.org