Supplemental Food for People Living with HIV/AIDS

 
$19,318
$15,682
Raised
Remaining
Oct 3, 2012

Household Items and Other Services

Household Items at Tod
Household Items at Tod's Corner

Along with our Food Bank, we also provide a free thrift store, Tod's Corner.  It is conveniently located across from Esther's Pantry has clothing, household items, small appliances and other non-food items.  It gives low-income clients with HIV a chance to obtain needed items of clothing or household goods at no cost in a stigma free environment.  Similar to Esther's Pantry, there is a comfortable waiting room if clients need to wait to be served.

In addition to Esther's Pantry and Tod's Corner, when clients have no where else to turn and no other funding is available, we provide other services such as:

- Basic Veterinary care or Euthanasia

- Eye exams

- Birth Certificates

-  funding for lost ID cards

- basic cremation costs

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Organization

Project Leader

James Lindquist

Portland, OR United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Supplemental Food for People Living with HIV/AIDS