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Spotlight Sponsor: Bank of the West

Bank of the WestIn this day and age of impersonal relationships, it’s invaluable to find a company that walks their customer-service talk.  Bank of the West plays an important role as our banker, and they’re also a long-time supporter of REACH, giving time, treasure, and talent to our events. 

We have worked with Bank of the West for over 20 years. Beyond our banking relationship, they’ve provided philanthropic support for our annual fundraising event and other programs,… Read More »

Recruiting Some Helping Hands

Our Community Builders Program works with longtime Portland homeowners on limited incomes and oftentimes with burdening health conditions. Sometimes they come to us with issues that are too large for two people to handle.

Recently, we turned the tables and recruited some Navy recruiters to help a resident that had received a notice from the city to clean up his yard. This was a huge job and our volunteer crew was out bright and early with positive attitudes and… Read More »

Spotlight Sponsor: Bank of America

Bank of America Spotlight Sponsor

Affordable housing takes partners … a lot of partners. We have worked with Bank of America for over 15 years, developing and preserving affordable housing in Portland. REACH has been the recipient of Bank of America grants and sponsorships, including recognition as a Portland Neighborhood Builders® and recipient of Bank of America’s Neighborhood Excellence Award. These awards and recognition have helped us build more housing and provide opportunities to our… Read More »

FREE Summer Lunches at Patton Park

Lunches in the ParkPatton Square Park, across from Patton Apartments, was selected to participate in Summer Meals, where 50 free lunches will be served Monday through Friday, all summer long.

This grant from Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon will help us reach more kids to build healthier communities. Thank you, Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon!

About Summer Meals:

Summer is a happy time for many kids. However, for children whose families struggle to afford enough food, summer… Read More »

NeighborWorks Week 2016

NNW2016This week is NeighborWorks Week and we’re joining 200 other NeighborWorks organizations to mobilize tens of thousands of residents, business people and government officials in a week-long celebration of neighborhood change and awareness. Together we are rehabbing and repairing homes, conducting neighborhood tours, recognizing successful partnerships and hosting a number of events that educate, train and inform.

Today we partnered with Walsh Construction, PCRI,… Read More »

Bringing Health Home

Health HousingWhat would you do if you needed to address your health right now? You call your dr’s office, make an appointment, drive over and see a doctor or nurse.

But what if you don’t have a primary physician? Or access to car or public transit? In that case, you put it off until you can no longer ignore it, or until you end up in the emergency room.

Not only is it difficult for people living on low-incomes to afford housing, navigating the complexities of the health… Read More »

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