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Clackamas Women's Services

CWS fosters self-empowerment of survivors of domestic and sexual violence to move toward lives free of abuse through the provision of crisis and referral services, emergency shelter, transitional services, and community and business education and outreach, thereby reducing the generational recurrence of domestic and sexual violence in our community.

Community Action

Community Partners for Affordable Housing

Community Partners for Affordable Housing provides safe and healthy affordable housing along with support and skill building activities (including after school, summer youth and senior services programs) to low-income families and seniors in our community.

Community Warehouse

Community Warehouse is a friendly, nonprofit furniture bank that collects and redistributes donated household goods and furniture to neighbors in need. Partnering with 150+ social service agencies, the Warehouse helps over 6,000 people stabilize their lives each year by providing them with the basics that turn their housing into comfortable, functional homes. If you have extra household goods or furnishings you no longer need, please consider giving them to the Warehouse. We'll put your used goods to good use! We just ask that your items are gently-used and in clean, working condition.

Oregon HEAT

Oregon HEAT provides emergency energy assistance (heating and lighting) to at least 5,000 low-income Oregon families throughout Oregon. We are able to operate our program by raising and collecting funds year round including through inserts in utility bills, from individual donors, grants and corporate donations. Our energy assistance program operates from October 1 - May 31(during winter months) and helps the most vulnerable low-income Oregon families who are at risk of having their heat turned off for non-payment of utilities.

Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center

The Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center is viewed as a model for assuring families feel comfortable seeking the kinds of information, resources and support services that all citizens need at various times. It provides service by acting as a connection point for families seeking information, referrals, and on-site social services. It supports families that struggle everyday to provide for basic needs such as food, clothing, dental, medical and mental health needs.

VFW Post 3452

Before the beginning of World War Two, twenty three overseas veterans gathered on August 31, 1940. Before the evening was over, they had elected officers and decided on the name Axel Rasmussen VFW.