When we needed a comfortable and reliable place to land, The Purple Couch was always there for us.
For Ramona, and thousands of neighbors every year, getting ahead means having a bed!
Representatives from RAIN (Refugee Assistance and Information Network) International knocked on doors of recently resettled refugee families to bring them some good news: after enduring hardships of travel, trauma of dislocation and relocation they were getting new beds to go with their new homes.
After carrying the plate for a very long time, he finally had a place where he felt he was home safe…
On a sunny Friday morning, a young man, Joseph, stopped by to donate a futon that he once received from Community Warehouse.
A donor came into our Tualatin Warehouse to donate several pieces of wall art. A few days later, she realized she had donated a piece she intended to keep.
One Wednesday morning, I was in the midst of writing a report when I heard giggles floating through my office door…I had to investigate.
A young mother Annie visited the Warehouse with her infant and two children. They are beginning to rebuild their life after a domestic violence situation forced them into homelessness.
It’s amazing how much work can be accomplished by so few when the hearts are dedicated. You guys are the real deal.