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Central City Concern 061718
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTIE PERRY, DIRECTOR OF DONOR RELATIONS WITH CENTRAL CITY CONCERN AND DAVID NEFF, CO-FOUNDER OF THE WEIRD HOMES TOUR ABOUT THE WORK CCC WITH THE PORTLAND HOMELESS POPULATION AND HOW THE WEIRD HOME TOUR BENEFITS CCC.
like if you come from multiple generations have of trauma domestic violence. Poverty . Adam lack of access to opportunities educational or employment opportunity is in you combine all of these factors and it fury if
Les Schwab Bowl 060318
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN MCCALLUM, PRESIDENT OF PRIME SPORTS NW, ABOUT THE LES SCHWAB BOWL AND THE OREGON ATHLETES INVOLVED.
all over the debate or again. And you know he did school poverty and school districts and they all kind of get out at different times and nothing is uniform. So we try to make
St Vincent DePaul 041518
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN FERSCHWEILER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DEPAUL, PORTLAND COUNCIL, ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY PROVIDE TO PEOPLE WHO NEED ASSISTANCE IN OUR COMMUNITY.
in France in 1933. The aim in the organization is to alleviate poverty in the root causes of poverty . Since 1833 certainly certainly things have changed but today we. Address those mean those issues as well as other issues that are
the things he came out of that was the need. To understand poverty at its root level so. We have taken on the challenge and we are going to form. Some groups out of the
kitchen I think we we we talked about the bridges out of poverty that book which ire I refer to you refer to it in in that exact name but. We all eyes aboard read this bridges out of poverty back east. Say mr. Paul chapters have really embraced this concept about. You know seeing now with people one on one in
PDX Diaper Bank 032518
AN INTERVIEW WITH RACHEL ALSTON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND FOUNDER OF PDX DIAPER BANK ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPLYING DIAPERS TO PARENTS IN NEED AND THE WORKSHOPS THEY OFFER.
often. And recognize it's the second largest need. For families living in poverty . Afternoon. Food in its. It's unrecognized. And because it's a less available resource. It's a huge gap huge gap. And what why
in a lot of cases. And if you think about feeling and poverty in not being able to provide diapers. What is happening is that. Not purposely but they're forced to prolong that a child's
Planned Parenthood 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH ADRIENNE QUINTANA, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY OFFER AND GENERAL SEXUAL HEALTH TOPICS.
82% of our patients are at or below 200% of the federal poverty line so we're happy to see you regardless of income and if you can afford services. We'll help you. Soon to be
Oregon ABLE Savings 010718
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID BELL WITH THE OREGON ABLE SAVINGS PLAN AND TOBI RATES WITH THE AUTISM SOCIETY OF OREGON ABOUT THE SAVINGS PLAN THAT ALLOWS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES TO SAVE MONEY.
people working and also left a lot of people with disabilities in poverty . Because if you can't tell more than 2000 dollars in assets. And you something happens the car that you're using to get
live a life that is not simply. The bare minimum. At a poverty level because that's where he would be at 700 dollars a month. And there are things like special needs trust which does
you don't necessarily need him at the same time. You're really into poverty level and it made no sense of having this mechanism that's easy to use easy to send out. And takes a lot
Impact NW 121017
AN INTERVIEW WITH NICOLE HOWE WITH IMPACT NW AND CRISTEN LINCOLN WITH LIVING ROOM REALTY ABOUT THE WORK IMPACT NW DOES WITH HELPING PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY, THEIR HOLIDAY HOPE DRIVE, AND THE COAT DRIVE SPONSORED BY LIVING ROOM REALTY.
of our story of having. Shifted to serve all ages and and poverty definitely does not discriminate there's people who have need across all those different age ranges than we do a lot of everything
bit of everything you know. That touches people who are dealing with poverty . Kind of like a friendly neighbor. Yeah exactly that's a credit history coming back. How all of needs changed just recently are
to do those everyday things helping people and breaking a cycle of poverty if you wanna get involved with the holiday hope drive. There's a link on there as well. We have locations all across
AN INTERVIEW WITH CHERYL BICKLE, PRINCIPAL AND THE COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO TEACHING HOMELESS CHILDREN AND THE ENTERCOM FUNDRAISER “KIDSGIVING”.
of fundraising as. And it's always stacked with me this cycle of poverty . And it's breaking that cycle because they see their parents do it their parents probably signed their parents do it. As we keep hearing that the kids a lot of art students as a generational poverty this year about it and I don't think busy visualize a life there's going to be any different. And so even though
Inclusive Community Collaborative 102917
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICIA DELASHMUTT, FOUNDING NEIGHBOR AND SUSAN CUSHMAN, A VOLUNTEER, BOTH WITH INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE, A NON-PROFIT BUILDING CO-HOUSING IN PORTLAND.
really again intentionally. People that experienced disabilities often are stuck in a poverty Luke because they don't have. The opportunity to build equity in their homes and they are also at pumpkin people that are
Marathon Scholars 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE WASSERBERGER AND BROOKE ADAMS WITH MARATHON SCHOLARS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH UNDER-RESOURCED CHILDREN TO MAKE THEIR WAY THROUGH COLLEGE.
me all about it. We'll marathon is about lifting kids out of poverty . Through education. We give these kids the opportunity of a lifetime. To break the cycle of poverty . We recruit. Highly motivated. Low income first chair and college to purchase me students who was fired go to college and we
lot of times are students get stuck it in the cycle of poverty in that cycle is. Where people tell you the deadlines in if you need it or you don't. You have you have
plans to the work we do because we're dealing with. Not only poverty but different cultures. Whether whether immigrants refugees were there is cyclical poverty you know people who have been here mired in poverty for a long time. The they understand a lot of the root causes and they can also provide resources because we can't