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Mission Partners

Rose City Park Presbyterian Church gives time, money, and resources to many charities in Portland as we follow Christ's commandment to love our neighbor as ourselves.

Our long- and short-term mission partners include:


Community Warehouse – a full-service furniture bank helping vulnerable populations to improve the quality of their lives by providing household necessities.

MAINSPRING Portland – a direct-service agency in Portland, offering emergency food boxes, clothing, personal care products and referrals to those in need (Formerly Fish Emergency Services).

NE Interfaith Alliance - a faith-based alliance celebrating religious freedom by championing individual rights, promoting policies that protect both religion and democracy, and uniting diverse voices to challenge extremism. 

Habitat for Humanity – an organization that revitalizes neighborhoods by building affordable and sustainable homes and by doing so, empowers families through successful home ownership.

HOMEpdx – a community of volunteers who share food and other supplies to those in our community who are in need.

Operation Nightwatch – a nonprofit that offers Hospitality Centers to homeless individuals, where they can find, food, clothing, blankets, and medical care at a safe place to rest.

Oregon Food Bank – an emergency food source for people who are hungry, operating through a statewide network of hunger-relief agencies as well as advocating for fair public policies and providing nutrition education to encourage self-sufficiency.

Sisters of the Road – creating community by providing nourishing food in a safe place to the homeless population.

SnowCap Community Charities – a nonprofit created to provide food, clothing, advocacy and other services to the poor.

Village Support Network - to assist a family transitioning from homelessness to housing over a period of six months.