The Resident Assets Program
ROSE Resident Assets Coordinators work at ROSE housing properties to build connected communities where residents thrive, with an emphasis on opportunities for children and supporting family resiliency.
ROSE CDC Resident Assets Programs include:
- After-school programs at 5 properties
- 73 on-site community garden plots (learn more)
- Youth and family outdoor field trips
- Summer camps & enrichment activities
- Club RC soccer academy (learn more)
- Community parties & potlucks
- Family support & resource referral
- The ROSE Emergency Loan Fund
- Adult enrichment activities (writing, cooking, bingo, etc.)
Check out our Volunteer opportunities to find more ways to get involved!
We are thankful to partners who give incredible opportunities to ROSE CDC seniors, youth, and families. Partners include:
- The Audubon Society of Portland leads family field trips and provides unforgettable outdoor summer camp opportunities for ROSE CDC youth.
- Lents Center Meals on Wheels cooks hot, nutritious meals at our Lents Village Apartments Monday-Friday.
- Portland Parks and Recreation Summer Free For All works with ROSE CDC to provide daily free summer lunches and activities for kids who live in and around Bellrose Station.
- The Bike Transportation Alliance helps us get youth and families out on bikes by facilitating family rides and a summer bike camp.
- LearnLinks program by Human Solutions provides individualized educational support, develops leadership skills and strengthens the home-school connection for immigrant, refugee, and low income children at Leander Court.
- Write Around Portland facilitates a 10-week creative writing workshop for ROSE residents.
- The Lents Youth Initiative is a program of ROSE CDC and OPAL that engages youth ages 14-21 in leadership development, sustainability education, and service-learning.
- Great Day Fellowship’s Food Truck works in partnership with the Oregon Food Bank to redistribute over 11,500 lbs of high quality perishable food per month to families, making stops at four ROSE CDC properties.
- Zenger Farm partners with ROSE to provide amazing community cooking workshops.
- Neighborhood Gleaners brings food from the Woodstock Farmer’s Market weekly straight to ROSE CDC’s Country Squire Apartments!
- Sprout Up, Community Market sells affordable produce at Lents Village on a weekly basis.
For information on volunteering with ROSE’s Resident Assets Program, please visit our Volunteer page.
Asset Based Community Development
ROSE CDC uses an Asset Based Community Development approach to working with residents at our different housing properties. Resident Assets Coordinators work directly with residents from ROSE CDC properties to plan activities, support new ideas, raise money, and create programs. Our goal is to build up and support the assets that already exist in our community by working closely with residents to meet their needs. Resident Assets Coordinators also work with community volunteers and diverse partners to build a stronger community together! Would you join us in this great work?
Your donation to ROSE CDC’s Resident Assets Program will directly support youth programs and activities. Donations will help provide healthy snacks, school supplies, and alternative youth educational opportunities such as field trips, summer scholarships, or youth activities. We also accept in-kind donations that support our program. ROSE appreciates your support!