1825 NW Vaughn, Portland, OR 97209
Charity: Urban Gleaners
Contact: 503.227.7755 // email@example.com
Their mission is to help alleviate hunger by collecting edible, surplus food that would otherwise be thrown away and redistributing it to agencies that feed the hungry. The concept of picking up and redistributing food is a simple weapon in the fight against hunger. Hunger is less a problem of scarce resources but rather inefficient distribution.
Haven Home Style
856 NW Bond Street, Bend, OR 97701
Charity: Ronald McDonald House Bend Oregon
Contact: 541.330.5999 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” for families of pediatric patients who travel to Bend for medical treatment, as well as women with high-risk pregnancies who must remain close to emergency medical care.
404 NW 23rd Ave, Portland, OR 97210
Charity: Community Warehouse
Contact: 503.241.6421 // email@example.com
A local, nonprofit furniture bank that collects and redistributes donated furniture and household goods to neighbors in need.
Terra Firma Home
309 East Main St, Medford, OR 97501
Charity: Matt Hankey AVM Awareness Fund
Contact: 541.770.2728 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Just before the start of his senior year of highschool in 2012, avid skateboarder and 3.8 GPA student, Matt Hankey suffered a stroke after undetected bleeding in his brain caused an arteriovenous malformation to rupture. People with the congenital condition, known as AVM, are born with a tangle of blood vessels in the brain that divert blood directly from arteries to veins.