ROSE Community Development is proud to be included in this year’s Willamette Week Give!Guide. When you make a gift to ROSE Community Development through the Give!Guide you open the door to a treasure trove of incentives. This is our first year participating in Give!Guide and we need your help to meet our goal of $15,000!
Donations will be accepted through December 31. Your gift will not only provide ROSE Community Development with critical support to fund our work, community development programs, and resident-led activities, but will also earn you fun perks.
For donating just $10 through the Give!Guide you get a:
- FREE entrée at any Laughing Planet location
- FREE Chinook Book access
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We are thrilled to announce that the Spirit Mountain Community Fund has committed $40,000 to support the Lents Youth Initiative. This program at ROSE Community Development engages youth ages 14-19 from the Lents area in leadership development, sustainability education and service-learning through internships and projects with community partners.
Our local youth are making a difference. They are working on projects that include habitat restoration, community food access, sustainability awareness, and art & media projects.
By creating a vehicle for community groups to collaborate on projects and attracting youth to support those projects, the program acts to focus, amplify and catalyze existing community improvement work while cultivating a new generation of environmental justice leaders in East Portland.
ROSE Community Development celebrated a groundbreaking ceremony for Woody Guthrie Place – a 64-unit affordable housing development in Lents – on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. Woody Guthrie Place will be one of the first mixed-income housing projects to be built in the rapidly growing urban renewal district, which includes Lents Town Center. Resident households can have qualifying incomes ranging from 30% to 100% of Area Median Income. 15 units have Project-Based Section 8 vouchers. Public funding partners include Multnomah County, Home Forward, Prosper Portland, Portland Housing Bureau, and Metro. Portland General Electric’s renewable energy fund is supporting a solar photo voltaic system and electric vehicle charging stations. The project will be LEED gold or higher.
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