NWPP 42nd Walk-A-Thon

Heidi Chimuku

March 21, 2021 - May 5, 2021

Why I Am Supporting NWPP!

I have been working at NWPP for the last fourteen years and am fundraising to help more seniors obtain and maintain affordable housing. No one should ever have to choose between groceries, medicine, or housing. NWPP helps ensure that all of our senior clients can afford to live with dignity and by fundraising, we can help just a few more who really need it.

Will You Help?

 

$100Provides a new bed and mattress for a senior moving into their new home.

$75 Provides essential items, like bedding and towels, for a senior’s new home.

​​​​​​​$50Covers an apartment application fee during a senior client's search for affordable housing.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​$25 Provides monthly essentials like toilet paper, soap, and laundry money for a senior with no income.

 

Snapshot of what makes Northwest Pilot Project great:

NWPP works with very low and extremely low-income seniors in Multnomah County to help them keep and find housing they can afford.

Thanks to the generosity of thousands of individuals and businesses, and through partnerships with area funders, we have provided housing placement, transportation and support to more than 40,000 older adults over the last 50 years. We believe housing is a human right and that every older adult deserves safe, decent housing they can afford

NWPP's Housing Program continued to provide critical housing services to older adults over the last year, despite the added complication of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

In fiscal year 2019-2020:

  • NWPP provided housing services to 894 households.
  • Placed 175 seniors into housing.
  • Helped prevent evictions for 233 seniors.
  • Provided housing case management services to 242 households and on-site supportive services to 179 households currently living in affordable housing.
  • Distributed over $230,000 in COVID CARES Relief funds to older adults experiencing housing instability due to the pandemic.
  • Distributed $40,000 to 80 BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) financially impacted by COVID-19 as part of Multnomah County's Food Justice project.

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My Supporters

  • NWPP Booster April 2021 $26.00
  • Anonymous April 2021
  • NWPP Booster April 2021 $104.00
  • Chimuku Mechanical & Construction April 2021 $100.00
  • Rachel Parks April 2021 $100.00
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  • NWPP Booster April 2021 $104.00
  • Chimuku Mechanical & Construction April 2021 $100.00
  • Rachel Parks April 2021 $100.00
  • Stephen Scofield April 2021 $75.00
  • Rachel Peach April 2021 $50.00
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