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Reigning Roses Campaign is Live! MAKEITREIGN.ORG

Reigning Roses 8th Annual Mother’s Day Fundraiser REGISTER AND DONATE AT MAKEITREIGN.ORG The money raised will support Rose Haven’s move to a new building in 2022. Reigning Roses is a time to celebrate our community and Mother’s Day! Our goal is to raise 200k to be able to fund renovations for our new shelter space and […]

Annual Report 2020

It’s impossible to capture the entirety of our guests’ experiences and how Rose Haven services have impacted them, but to give you some insight into the work here’s our 2020 Annual Report!

Int. Women’s Day: Cheers to the Rose Haven Women and the Future!

Happy International Women’s Day from the Rose Haven community! Today, and every day, we recognize the strength and power women hold and honor the work so many women have contributed to making a more equitable world for all of us. At Rose Haven, we serve incredible women with wisdom-filled life stories, unwavering resilience, compassionate hearts, […]

Rose Haven is Hiring for a Lead Advocate

Rose Haven is seeking a passionate and dependable leader to join our team!  Position: Lead Advocate Report to: Deputy Director Schedule: Monday through Friday (8am-4:30pm) Hours: Full Time FSLA Status: Exempt Compensation: Salaried position of $50,000 annually, with generous medical and dental benefits, paid holidays,vacation, sick time, and 401k options. Are you seeking an opportunity […]

Help Rose Haven Branch Out and Raise Funds for a New Building!

Help Rose Haven Branch Out and Raise Funds for a New Building! Rose Haven has been operating out of the First Immanuel Lutheran Church Basement since 2007. Over the past few years, we have been bursting at the seams, and we knew we were going to have to relocate in order to safely serve the […]

Service Agencies Handle Hundreds of Ballots to Help Homeless Vote

Service agencies handle hundreds of ballots to help homeless vote In a vote-by-mail state, how do you vote if you don’t have an address? It’s something hundreds, if not thousands, of homeless Oregonians must figure out. Their answers often come from service agencies. John Brown doesn’t have a house, but he has an address thanks […]