BIPOC-Led Organization


By survivors for survivors, we empower survivors of domestic violence and their families to build the financial security needed to permanently break free from the cycle of abuse, live free from violence, and thrive.

Bottom Line for Portland

Annually, FinAbility’s financial empowerment programming is accessed by over 20,000 survivors of domestic abuse and community members.

Our trauma-informed programming includes our financial toolkit, virtual classes, and 1:1 financial counseling services, which provide lifesaving information about domestic abuse and pathways to achieving financial security

We work closely with over 15 community organizations, including Raphael House, the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, and the Oregon Bankers Association. Together, we're working towards a safer, brighter Portland.


The FinAbility classes are a much needed support for survivors of domestic abuse. They help to teach and empower survivors to move forward and reach for a stable financial future. The step by step classes helped me to learn a much needed skill and boosted my ability to manage my finances.

- Survivor, a participant in FinAbility's free online course

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Domestic abuse impacts all people and communities, but we understand that it disproportionately impacts those who are marginalized and oppressed. BIPOC and Queer survivors frequently face additional barriers to building the financial stability needed to live free from violence. 

At FinAbility, we design our programming to be trauma-informed, survivor-specific, and inclusive by seeking feedback from the communities we serve through focus groups, listening sessions, and the creation of our 8-person Survivor Advisory Committee.


Dec 20 - The first donor to give $100 or more will receive a free Manduka Prolife yoga mat, 2 blocks, and 1 month of unlimted yoga at Seeking Space Yoga (value: $260). Sponsored by: Seeking Space Yoga

Dec 27 - The first donor to give $150 or more will receive a yellow gold and white diamond Yu|Mono claw earring set, fine jewelry handcrafted in Honolulu by Keiko Akamine (value: $315)

BONUS: For all gifts of $50 or more, our board of directors will match it 2x! (up to $5,000)


Business Partners

Seeking Space Yoga - We’re regulars here. We adore this highly inclusive, body positive, healing space to practice yoga. 

Stem Wine Bar - This is hands down our favorite place to grab wine in PDX. In addition to offering fun flights and a cozy ambiance, they’ll teach how to open champagne with a saber (how cool is that)! 

Yu|Mono - This handmade, fine jewelry is simply stunning. We’ve been a proud partner of Yu|mono since our first year as a nonprofit, and it’s been a privilege growing together. 

Ps. All our partners are businesses owned and led by incredible BIPOC women, who have shown unwavering commitment to empowering survivors of domestic abuse. Please join us in celebrating their contributions to the community AND the amazing businesses they run.


Nonprofit Partners

Please consider supporting our amazing nonprofit partners also in Give!Guide:

Raphael House

Milk Crate Kitchen

Open Hearts Open Minds

Sister of the Roads

Youth Rights Justice

$9,459 raised of $12,000 goal
96 donations
79% of Goal


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Year Founded: 2020

Tax ID: 85-3874734


FinAbility is in the Human Services category which is sponsored by The Standard.

They're a micro-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co., Washington Co. and beyond.

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