Food Waves provides organic fruits and vegetables to food banks in order to give those in need a healthy diet. This organization also supports low-income families by providing the start-up materials and training to be able to grow their own food, as well as participates in community events (farmer’s markets, farmer support groups) to offer support and education. Click on logo to access to their website!
Oregon Food Bank’s Nutrition Education program offers hands-on cooking and nutrition education classes to low-income community members by partnering with community organizations and social service agencies serving limited- resource clients. Please click on the Oregon Food Bank logo to access their website!
Gleaners of Clackamas County Inc. is a 100% volunteer run 501C3 non-profit organization that collects and distributes food and non-food items for the low income, elderly, and disabled residents of Clackamas county.
Outreach to the Canby School District community that meets basic needs: food and clothing. Baby/toddler, children’s, maternity, men’s and women’s clothing
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555 SW 2nd Ave
Canby, OR, 97013-3901
DORCUS SOCIETY- TUALATIN
22222 SW Grahams Ferry Road
10 a.m.-noon Wed. (other hours by apt.)
Provides clothing, bedding and linens for residents of Wilsonville, Tualatin or other nearby towns. Showers available for homeless persons. Bus service: 96
13053 SE 84th Ave
10 a.m.-4:15 p.m. Mon., Wed., Thur., and Fri.; 1:30-6:15 p.m. Tues.
Transit: 30, 33, 79
Baby and maternity clothes, baby toys and furnishings. Additional services include pregnancy tests, ultra-sounds, ongoing peer-counseling, pregnancy and fetal development information, information on abortion risks, procedures and alternatives, adoption information and referrals, parenting classes, referrals for medical care, housing, legal aid, others..