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Community Partner: Rose City Mortgage

When Percy Wise and his partner moved to Portland from the Bay Area in the early 2000’s they didn’t come alone. They also brought their 5-year nephew, for whom they were recently serving as kinship guardians. Moving to Portland allowed … Continue reading

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Community Collaborator: Deacon Construction

Kinship House is thrilled to announce a special ‘thank you’ for a new community collaborator:  Deacon Construction. The employees of Deacon rallied these past few weeks and it resulted in a donation of 80 winter coats and a tub of … Continue reading

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Community Partner: Thrive Ministries

Thrive Ministries is a ministry focused on supporting families who are experiencing challenges in life and who need support as foster families. Their volunteering is based in East County. The effort is lead by Summer and Dan Hermann, parents of … Continue reading

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The Herd: Mammoth HR

Last week, Kinship House was honored to receive a generous donation of art supplies from Mammoth HR, a Portland-based human resources company that helps organizations comply with their regulatory responsibilities and implement best practices. Our budding friendship started a couple of … Continue reading

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Benevity and Workplace Giving

Great news!  Kinship House is now part of the Benevity giving community! Benevity is the global leader in online workplace giving, matching, volunteering and integrated grant management solutions. Some of the world’s most iconic brands rely on Benevity’s award-winning solutions to … Continue reading

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