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Home for the Haven Campaign
It is long overdue, and we are finally doing this! Rose Haven signed a long-term lease to move to a new building in NW Portland. Just 1.5 blocks from our existing location, Rose Haven will be taking over the former World Cup Coffee shop and warehouse on NW 18th and Glisan. With the help of our supporters, this new location will transform our agency and allow us to positively impact the lives of thousands more marginalized people in our community. This new building will hold 10,000 sq. ft. of programming and services space and 2,000 sq ft. of onsite storage.
With the unwavering love and expertise of Gensler, our dream space has been designed, and we are seeking financial support to provide a new “Home for the Haven.”
In January 2022, operating in this new space will increase expenses by 32% annually, yet it will expand our capacity and program offerings by 100%+. That’s an amazing return on investment.
We are committed to raising $3 million to bring our guests back indoors, support tenant improvements, and build capacity. Rose Haven is a day shelter built for and run by the community. We need you. Please learn more about how you can get involved.
Rose Haven News
Rose Haven signed a long-term lease to move to a new building in NW Portland! With the help of our supporters, this new location will transform our agency and allow us to positively impact the lives of thousands more marginalized people in our community. With the unwavering love and expertise of Gensler, our dream space has been designed and we are seeking financial support to provide a new “Home for the Haven”. Learn more about how you can get involved.
The Lolo Pass Art Gallery womxn exhibition will be on display from July 23rd to September 30th, and is intended to shed light on art dealing with underrepresented demographics and issues. During the exhibition’s run, the gallery hopes to bring in women-centered organizations and businesses to host workshops or lectures to educate our community. All proceeds from the Art will go to Rose Haven.
All proceeds from the art exhibit will go to Rose Haven. Start giving today by visiting https://www.makeitreign.org/campaign/out-from-within/c349674.
“Out From Within” is an exhibition that looks at feminine power without imposing a gender on it. The exhibition is focused on work created by female-identifying and non-binary individuals revolving around the question “what does it mean to be womxn?” As our society becomes more aware and accepting of others, the term “woman” has become somewhat exclusive and fails to encompass the “bad-assery” behind femininity. Through this exhibition, highlight pieces that draw from the personal experiences of womxn artists while reclaiming masculine tropes in art that are overrepresented in museums, galleries, studio classes etc. The artists are: Abigail Austin, Braeden Cox, Erika Rier, Suki Hyman, Ursula Barton, Ivy Campbell.
The proceeds from the first night of the Lolo Pass Art Gallery will benefit our new building “Home for the Haven,” a $3 million campaign centered on our new facility that will allow Rose Haven to build its dream home, bring guests back indoors, re-establish programs, and increase capacity to welcome and serve more community members.The new facility, which will triple our existing footprint to 10,000 sq ft and allow us to resume services indoors and adhere to social distancing guidelines.