Your contributions help CPAH develop and maintain affordable housing, and ensure that our residents have the services they need to thrive.
Your Impact in Action
Provides training and support for Resident Advisory Committee.
Provides learning supplies, healthy snacks, and staffing for our After School Homework Club program.
Provides Wi-Fi hotspots for 5 residents to connect them with the internet and access to online resources.
Provides food supplies for a senior cooking class.
Ways to Make Your Gift
Donate online with a one-time or monthly donation
Mail a check to CPAH: PO Box 23206, Tigard, OR 97281
Make a gift from your IRA or Donor Advised Fund. For more details contact our Lindsey, Fundraising Manager, [email protected]
Make a gift of stock, For more details contact our Lindsey, Fundraising Manager, [email protected]
Make your gift double! Contact your employer about matching gift opportunities. Community Partners for Affordable Housing is a 501c3 and can be identified for employers by our EIN: 93-1155559.
Other ways to support CPAH
Story of Hope
In the winter, his van grew mold. In the summer, the heat was unbearable.
Unfortunately, Richard didn’t have much choice but to park the van in the sun each day. It was the only way to charge his solar panels that kept his CPAP machine running so he could sleep.
At 59 years old, Richard was struggling with neuropathy and had been experiencing homelessness for five years. Thanks to voter-approved Supportive Housing Services (SHS) funding – he was able to access a rental voucher through the program’s Regional Long Term Rental Assistance program.
“Without the resources and programs we have here, I’d definitely still be living in [my] van,” Richard said. “I’d be getting worse and worse with walking, and probably very soon be using a walker or maybe even a wheelchair.”
Today, Richard is happy to be out of the van. He now lives in an accessible unit at CPAH’s senior housing property, The Knoll, in Tigard. Having his own apartment that meets his accessibility needs allows him to live with comfort and dignity.
“When I learned I had safe and stable housing, I felt really great,” he said. “I felt safe. I feel good living here.”