FUNDERS & BUSINESS PARTNERS

A big, warm shout-out to all of our wonderful community donors and partners. Without you, Community Warehouse would just be a warehouse. And a warehouse flying solo can’t get much done.
Foundations

Anne & Eli Shapira Charitable Foundation
B.P., Lester and Regina John Foundation
BNSF Railway Foundation
Carol and Velma Saling Foundation
Collins Foundation
Concordia Foundation
Employees Community Fund of Boeing Portland
ESCO Foundation
H.W. & D.C.H. Irwin Foundation
Intel Volunteer Grant Program
Irvington Community Association
Jewish Community Foundation San Diego
Joseph and Catherine Johnson Family Foundation
Juliet Ashby Hillman Foundation
Kaiser Permanente Community Fund
Lamb Foundation
M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust
Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund
Meyer Memorial Trust
Nancy & Richard Silverman Charitable Foundation
Oregon Community Foundation
Oregon Jewish Community Foundation
Reser Family Foundation
Robert D. and Marcia H. Randall Charitable Trust
Rose E Tucker Charitable Trust
Rotary Foundation of Lake Oswego
Storms Family Foundation
The Judith and Edwin Cohen Foundation
The OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation
The Portland Clinic Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation
Wheeler Foundation

Business Donors

Special thanks to Kaiser Permanente for making this website possible.

Community Warehouse is a proud beneficiary of:

The One Percent Project

A COLLABORATION TO END HOMELESSNESS

Community Warehouse is thrilled to be a selected beneficiary of The One Percent Project, an initiative to inspire Portland businesses and individuals to donate a portion of their profits (perhaps 1%) to vetted, local non-profits leading the fight to end homelessness. The project’s goal is to build a meaningful and durable base of funding for those non-profits so they can concentrate on the important work they are doing, knowing that their community supports and appreciates them. Learn more.

In April, the One Percent Project invited Community Warehouse Executive Director Dunetchka Otero-Serrano to join community leaders from Portland Homeless Family Solutions, New Avenues For Youth, and Raphael House to discuss holistic approaches to addressing the crisis of homelessness in our community.

It’s amazing how much work can be accomplished by so few when the hearts are dedicated. You guys are the real deal. Jane Green

Community Advocate