Childcare and Preschool

Albina Head Start

Brooklyn Co-op Preschool

Friends of the Children

Mt. Hood Community College


Health/Medical Care

Children’s Community Clinic

Coalition of Community Health Clinics

Multnomah County Primary Care Clinics

Old Town Clinic (Central City Concern)

Outside In Clinic

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

Planned Parenthood

Quest Center for Integrative Health


Housing Resources

Community Alliance of Tenets

Habitat for Humanity

Hacienda Community Development Corporation

Human Solutions

Home Forward (Housing Authority)

Impact NW

Rose Community Development

Transition Projects, Inc.

Mt. Scott Community Center

OHSU Child Development and Rehabilitation Center

Women, Infants, & Children’s Program (WIC)


Clothing and Household Resources

Mother and Child Education Center

Oregon Impact

Buffalo Exchange

Community Warehouse

Dress for Success

Goodwill Retail Thrift Stores


PTA Clothing Center

Salvation Army

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church


Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Support/Resources

Bradley Angle House

The Gateway Center

Portland Women’s Crisis Line

Raphael House of Portland

Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC)

Victim Rights Law Center

Volunteers of America: Home Free

Volunteers of America: Family Center

The Salvation Army

YWCA Survivor Services


Food Assistance

211 Info

Baltazar Ortiz Family Center

Francis Center

Mainspring (Fish emergency Services)

Northeast Emergency Food Program

Oregon Food Bank

Salvation Army Family Services

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Sisters of the Road

Low-Cost Counseling

Allies in Change Counseling Center

Asian Health Center and Service Center

Avel Gordly Center for Healing

Catholic Charities

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare


Family Medicine at Richmond OHSU

Lifeworks North West

OHSU Intercultural Psychiatry Program

Old Town Recovery Center (Central City Concern)

Sunnyside Counseling Center

Umbrella LGBTQ Community Counseling


Multicultural Services

El Programa Hispano

Greater New Hope Family Services


Jewish Family and Child Services

Lutheran Community Services



Pacific Interpreters, Inc.

SEI (Self Enhancement Institute)


Recovery Services

Access to Recovery

Alcohol and Drug 24-Hour Helpline

Alcoholics Anonymous

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare

Fora Health Treatment and Recovery

Family Recovery Support (VOA/Miracles Club)

Hooper Detox Center (Central City Concern)

Salvation Army ARC (Adult Rehabilitation Center)

Serenity Lane

CODA Drug Treatment Services

Letty Owings Center (Central City Concern)

Lifeworks NW


Youth Services

Albertina Kerr Center

CARES Northwest

De Paul Treatment Youth and Family Center

Insights Teen Parent Service

Juvenile Rights Project, Inc.

Kinship House

Morrison Child and Family Services

Parry Center Trillium Family Services

Portland Youth Builders (PYB)

SMYRC (Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center)

Access Center

Bridge House

New Avenues for Youth (NAFY)

Outside In


Street Light/ Porch Light Youth Shelter

Transitional Youth

Yellow Brick Road Street Outreach

Community Partnerships

Campbell Global

Campbell Global provides much-needed financial support to community events and local schools, their staff members are encouraged to get involved on a personal level with civic organizations and community leaders. As a result, their employees are better able to understand the local needs of a community. Campbell Global hosts two annual events for us at PWI; an end of summer field day and a fall pumpkin patch outing. Our youth look forward to these events and they are a highlight for staff as well. Campbell Global is also very committed to supporting us with our Holiday Drive for youth and families. We value our relationship with them and all that they consistently do for our organization.


Beeline Foundation

Bee Line provides one-time help for kids, families, or anyone who needs it. They can provide up to about $300 worth of life's essentials. Examples could include school supplies for a homeless student, food for a family, a bike for a teen to get to a job, or utility payments to prevent shut-offs. Bee Line uses 100% of our donations to directly help people in need. We have partnered with Bee Line for a year and they have never turned down a request for help. They have helped countless families and youth with essential needs. Urban Gleaners Urban Gleaners feeds over 4,000 people every week through school pantries, summer free farmers markets, and Mobile Markets at low-income housing communities. They collect and redistribute over 60,000 pounds of food every month. They recognize that there are serious systemic issues facing our communities: widespread poverty, social injustice, and income inequality are just the start of it. We are able to access Urban Gleaners every week to feed our youth and families. They always have a huge variety of options for us to choose from and the staff is amazing. We are grateful for this partnership.


Rose City

Rose City Futsal celebrates the spirit of soccer in Portland, Oregon and cultivates a community of players and fans around the beautiful game. They donate 1.5 hours a month of court space for our youth to play on.


Reo's Ribs

Reo's Ribs are right down the street from us here at PWI and they are cooking up the Mississippi goodness. They say the smoker is hot, the ribs are ready, and the laughs are plenty. They are a wonderful community partner and donated their delicious ribs to our Youth Empowerment Party!


por que no

Por Que No is a small taqueria chain that uses line caught fish and local meats for dishes. They are proud of their work supporting local organizations and schools that focus on equity, education, health, immigration and social justice. They have provided several "Donation Days" for us at PWI. They donate 10% of the total sales for a designated day. Together We Rise Together We Rise creates engagement opportunities for the public to give back through their programs such as Sweet Cases, Build-A-Bike, Build-A-Board and our Birthday Boxes. Together We Rise is dedicated to changing the way youth experience the foster care system in America. They donated 90 Sweet Cases to us at PWI. The Sweet cases are brand new customized bags filled with comfort items for children 10 years old and under. Each bag includes a teddy bear, blanket, hygiene kit, coloring books, and crayons.


"If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward."

– Martin Luther King, Jr.