Assistance League Of Portland
Rating: 4.83 stars 6 reviews
Issues: Human Services
Location: 4000 SW 117th Beaverton OR 97005 USA
Results: 1115 children in the Hillsboro and Beaverton School District were provided new jackets; two pair of jeans and tops; six sets of underwear and socks, and a shoe voucher to PayLess Shoes. 160 Life Story Books to children leaving foster care. 100 Assault Survivor Kits to seven area hospitals.
Target demographics: Children living below the poverty level in Washington County attending school in the Beaverton and Hillsboro School Districts. Victims of assault in for seven area hospitals. Children leaving foster care in Multnomah and Washington County. Unaccompanied youth attending high school in the Beaverton School District
Geographic areas served: Greater Portland area
Programs: Operation School Bell
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If is difficult not to get emotional when you see the difference Assistance League of Greater Portland is making in so many lives in our community! Last year alone, over 2,600 children in need received brand new school clothes. And, that is just the tip of the iceberg! We also prepare kits for victims of assault who need to leave their clothing at hospitals for evidence. Then, we make Life Story Books for children leaving foster care and going to permanent families. These precious books are the child's personal history. We also partner with Janus Youth at Cordero, a residential treatment facility for young men.
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THIS ORGANIZATION PUTS CARING AND COMMITTMENT INTO ACTION THROUGH COMMUNITY BASED PHILANTHROPIC PROGRAMS WE ASSIST SMALL CHILDREN, MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL CHILDREN WHO FALL BELOW THE POVERTY LINE AND NEED CLOTHING AND SHOES. WE SHARE OUR SKILLS WITH A PROGRAM FOR ADJUDICATED YOUNG MEN WHO THE STATE HAS DEEMED TREATMNT POSITIVE. RAPE?/ASSAULT VICTIMS RECEIVE A SURVIVORS KIT UPON LEAVING THE HOSPITALSO THATTHEIR SELF ESTEEM ALLOWS THEM TO RETURN HOME IN STREET CLOTHES. FOR YOUNG CHILDREN GOING INTO THEIR FIRST ADOPTIVE HOME, THE LADIES MAKE LIFE STORY BOOKS WHICH THEY MAKE AND WORK WITH 3 COUNTY CHILDRENS SERVICES DEPARTMENT. THE VOLUNTEERS ARE DEDICATED, CREATIVE AND POSITIVE ABOUT WHAT THE lEAGUE PROVIDES FOR oREGON