Recent reports indicate that nationally we will see a 45% increase in homelessness due to the current pandemic, and the homelessness is not colorblind. It affects people of color in a very disproportionate way.
As members of the Portland community, we at Lucky Day feel it is our responsibility to make a commitment to supporting our most vulnerable. We want to help Rose Haven in a big way.
- $250 provides safety, supplies and resources for a woman or child for an entire year at Rose Haven.
- 100% of the donations will go to houseless women and children – providing food, advocacy, needed supplies, and the means to arrange assistance.
- Rose Haven receives no government funding and relies solely on the generosity of individuals, organizations, corporations and foundations. Please do what you can to help.
We also ask that you share this project with the world via social media. Who knows what allies and advocates are out there waiting to support this cause?
When posting, we ask that you tag #RoseCity4RoseHaven and link to:
Thank you for donating. If we all chip in, we can truly make a difference.
Photography by Nikki Fenix