Support the Living Cully partners in in the Give!Guide

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 >

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UPDATED 2/10: Cully Neighborhood Free Food Resources

These are locations for free food boxes in the Cully neighborhood: EMO NE Emergency Food Program 4800 NE 72nd Avenue Portland, OR 97218 (503) 284-5470 Tuesday 12:00 pm-3:00 pm Thursday 12:00 pm-3:00 pm Saturday 12:00 pm-3:00 pm CLOSED this FRIDAY (2/12) and this Saturday (2/13)   C3 Church Food Pantry 6120 NE 57th Avenue Portland, … Read More >

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COVID-19 Resources

RENT, UTILITIES & FINANCIAL RESOURCES Black Resilience Fund, for Black community members: https://www.blackresiliencefund.com/ Oregon Worker Relief Fund, for undocumented immigrants: https://www.workerrelief.org/find-a-navigator/ St. Vincent de Paul at St. Charles Catholic Church https://www.stcharlespdx.org/financial-help.html Are you in need of help with your rent and/or utility bill? Call (503) 281-6461 ext 109 OR 503-235-8431 ext 2 Answer a few … Read More >

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Mobile Home Zoning Approved by Planning Commission

Proposal to protect homes for 3,000 low-income families now goes to City Council for final adoption July 10, 2018 — The Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) voted today to support a new zoning measure that would help preserve 56 manufactured housing parks in the City of Portland. If approved later this summer by City … Read More >

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