Entries by Liz Starke

IF NOTES: Greetings Cards for Rose Haven

Fresh, authentic greeting cards written by real humans. IF NOTES is offering two cards designed by artist Sherry Hastings and Sarah. Every sale of their cards donates $1.00 to Rose Haven. IF NOTES take a new approach to greeting cards, reflecting the diverse perspectives of the human experience instead of copywriters drafting punchlines. All cards […]

Superstar Gloria Estefan joins national movement to combat homelessness among women and children

MIAMI – Leaders from women’s shelters across the country convened in Miami on Wednesday. They’re working to tackle the nation’s homelessness crisis, and a South Florida icon was there to bring awareness to the cause. “We need to help these women, these children,” said superstar singer Gloria Estefan. “We need to help the homeless in whatever […]

Oregon’s largest homeless shelter could close in three weeks

KGW8 reports news that Multnomah County is sitting on $65 million meant for homeless services, while Bybee Lakes Hope Center has asked for $5 million of that to keep their doors open. Rose Have guest, Katherine Wheeler was once on the streets and told KGW that places like these are life-changing. “Having a shelter, having […]

Our Back-to-School Drive Community Partners

Every summer Rose Haven holds a Back to School Drive to supply hundreds of kids with necessary supplies that restore dignity and accessibility. We’re grateful to community partners who are collecting school supplies of our Rose Haven kids. This year’s community partners are Keen, Hotel Vintage, Torq.io, Nichols Family Agency: Allstate Insurance, City Ranked, Boly:Welch, […]

Rose Haven’s Receives Award for Most Compassionate Trauma Informed Care Organisation 2023

The Acquisition International Non-Profit Organisation Awards 2023 seeks to reward the most innovative, creative and compassionate NPOs, and provide a platform for NPOs to demonstrate that they are true leaders within the non-profit sphere. This year, Rose Haven is honored to received the Most Compassionate Trauma Informed Care Organisation 2023 – Pacific Northwest USA.

Portland’s daytime camping ban lacks concrete plans, procedures

Originally published on Streetroots.org Written by Jeremiah Hayden, Sr Intern Read full article Vague communication from city causes concern among homeless Portlanders and service providers Portland’s ‘daytime camping ban’ went into effect July 7, but the city has not communicated a rollout timeline, a map of allowed sleeping spots or when exactly Portland police will […]