The Living Cully coalition unites four non-profit community development organizations in a collaborative, long-term, community-led effort to improve the quality of life for people of color and low-income people in Northeast Portland’s Cully neighborhood — and ensure that Cully will always be a place where people of color and low-income people can live and thrive. This work requires a dual-emphasis on community-led neighborhood improvements and robust efforts to combat gentrification and displacement. The Living Cully partners are: Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East, Hacienda Community Development Corporation (CDC), The Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) and Verde.
Did you know that Living Cully is a coalition? The four Living Cully partners are tremendous community development organizations, all focused on improving the quality of life and ensuring long-term stability for people of color and low-income people in Northeast Portland’s Cully neighborhood. They are: Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East; Hacienda CDC; Native American Youth … Read More >