Neighborhood House



Our mission: We connect neighbors, build community and improve lives 

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Our Vision: Every neighbor has the community and support they need to thrive

How we carry out our mission:


We collaboratively support 

connection across generations and differences.


We provide client-centered services and advocacy to promote resiliency and achieve equitable outcomes.


We support interdependent learning 

and growth among neighbors.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

As we reflect on our responsibility as an anti-poverty organization, created over 100 years ago to serve new immigrants to Portland, it is clear to us that providing services alone is not enough. We must create an environment that respects the value and dignity of all members of our community: the people we serve, our volunteers, our staff, our board, and our partners. We must be a learning organization prepared to transform practices, policies and programs that have unintentionally perpetuated structural racism and inequities. We recognize that racism is a public health crisis, and we commit to building an anti-racist organization. We recognize that we are early in our journey. We must engage in action and advocacy, working alongside our partners to dismantle the systems that result in disparities in housing security, access to education, food security, employment, wealth building, and health outcomes.


All donations of $15 or more are eligible to pick up an event passport for SnowCon! A winter holiday costumed pub, food and shop crawl through Multnomah Village on December 9th from 3-8pm. The event passport is good for discounts at participating businesses throughout Multnomah Village during the event. Pick up your event passport at Neighborhood House from 3-6pm on Dec 9th. And don’t forget your costume!


Nonprofit partner: Portland Refugee Support Group (PRSG). Together, we help refugees and immigrants settle and create a home in Portland with help in housing, food security, ESL classes, job training and search, parenting and trauma interventions. 

Public partner: John's Marketplace Multnomah Village. Always an enthusiastic partner, this year, John's Marketplace is one of our hosts for SnowCon, a winter pub crawl through Multnomah Village on Dec. 9 to support the programs that help our shared community.

$16,650 raised of $30,000 goal
148 donations
56% of Goal


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Year Founded: 1905

Tax ID: 93-0386875


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

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

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