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Unable to Accept In-Kind Donations Until July 15th

Due to the upcoming renovations we will need to clear space in the shelter during June. Therefore we will be unable to accept any in-kind donations until July 15th. Here are our suggestions for where you can take your items prior to our re-opening:   William Temple Thrift Store: For women’s clothing and household goods http://www.williamtemple.org/store_accepted_items/ Northwest Children’s Outreach: For… Read more →

Rebekah Albert Honored with Spirit of Portland Award for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion!

We are so proud to announce that our very own Executive Director, Rebekah Albert has been honored by the City of Portland with a Spirit of Portland Award for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion! Please join us for the award ceremony Tuesday November 14th at Irco Rose Haven’s Executive Director, Rebekah Albert, is a wonderful leader who exemplifies equity and inclusion… Read more →

The People of Rose Haven

Thanks to a community partnership with Pom Pom Social, Rose Haven was introduced to a slew of creative women who wanted to make a difference.  One in particular, Nikki Fenix helped us to capture the essence of some members of our community through photography.  Over ongoing sessions at Rose Haven, she has had one one one time and interviews with… Read more →

Give!Guide 2017

Rose Haven is honored to be included in the 2017 Give!Guide!  The first $5,000 in G!G donations to Rose Haven will be matched by glassybaby. Donors of $500+ will receive a “gratitude” hand-blown candle holder from glassybaby. Every year Willamette Week chooses outstanding nonprofits to feature in the Give!Guide. G!G offers great incentives to inspire donors to GIVE! All donors to… Read more →

Shower Program Operating 4 Days a Week

Rose Haven Shower Program Grand Opening Access to showers remains one of the greatest needs of the homeless living in Portland. A recent report by Portland State University shows that our city seriously lacks shower facilities for the homeless. Forty percent of 550 homeless people surveyed for the study said they developed staph infections, scabies, endocarditis and urinary tract infections… Read more →