Living Cully members sign five-year agreement to continue partnership
[Image Description: The directors of the four Living Cully organizations signed a new five-year partnership agreement on October 23. (l-r: Steve Messinetti, Habitat for Humanity; Tony DeFalco, Verde; Ernesto Fonseca, Hacienda … Read More >
A Tribute to Linda Dentler
It is with heavy hearts that Living Cully shares news of the passing of a treasured leader in our community, Linda Dentler. Linda lived at the Arbor Mobile Home Park … Read More >
191 new affordable homes coming to Cully!
Living Cully partner organizations Hacienda CDC and Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) receive $23.7 million to build homes at the former Sugar Shack site on Killingsworth and at … Read More >
Welcome Sunshine, Organizer for the Black Community Organizing Initiative!
We are eager to welcome Sunshine Dixon (pictured left) to Living Cully as an organizer for the Black-Community Organizing Initiative. Two years ago Living Cully and Taren Evans, former Neighborhood Revitalization Manager at Habitat for … Read More >
Empowering Green Leaders to take Action
Originally posted by Verde on 3.27.2019 Everyone should have access to the tools and information they need in order to make the changes they want to see in their communities. … Read More >
Asset Transfer from Enhabit kick-starts Affordable Small Home Program
Verde and Enhabit share goals of advancing Affordable Small Homes, also known as Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s), as one strategy to address the region’s affordable housing crisis. Enhabit is an … Read More >
Welcome Mayra, Living Cully’s new Housing Organizer!
My name is Mayra Torres, I have recently joined the Living Cully team as the new Housing Organizer focused on the manufactured home parks in the Cully neighborhood. I am … Read More >
St. Vincent de Paul secures funding to purchase the Arbor Mobile Home Park!
We did it! On Friday, March 1st, the Oregon Housing Stability Council unanimously voted YES to approve $4.3 million in state funds for St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP) to purchase … Read More >
Solar Power with a Social Purpose: Installing Solar Panels at St. Charles Church in Cully
Everyone deserves access to the solar energy movement that is sweeping across rooftops in Portland and nation-wide; however, this movement disproportionately benefits white neighborhoods, according to a recent study from … Read More >
Brenna Bailey says farewell to Living Cully!
Dear Neighbors and Friends, Many of you may have heard by now that I am leaving my job with Living Cully as Community Organizer for the Mobile Home Program, and … Read More >