Store To Door
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 397
PO Box 4665 Portland OR 97208 USA
Store to Door, a non-profit agency, facilitates independent living for Portland area seniors and people with disabilities by providing a low-cost, personalized grocery shopping and delivery service.
A volunteer-based agency that delivers about 150 weekly orders of groceries, household items and prescription medications to seniors and people with disabilities in the greater Portland area. Facilitates independent living and serves as a gatekeeper for a frail population.
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You have aging parents, they want to stay independent as long as possible. Store to Door shops and delivers groceries to those who can no longer shop for themselves. The volunteers are amazing and the attention to detail is five star. they double and triple check the orders to make sure no one is disappointed. Rain or shine or snow or ? Store to Dooor is on the road taking care of those in need. I have been a shopper volunteer for 4 years and this group does an excellent job.
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