Uplifted Youth

Partners

We believe that family homelessness needs a community response. The help and support from our host congregations, support congregations, and community partners are all vital to the success of our program. We can't thank you enough.

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS ARE THE BACKBONE

TO ENDING FAMILY HOMELESSNESS.

All of the groups and organizations listed below have made a huge contribution in ending family homelessness through their partnership with Family Promise of Greater Washington County. 

 

These champions have taken the next step when getting involved as they have built bridges between their organizations and Family Promise families.

Meet our Champions

  • Aloha 2nd Ward, Beaverton West, LDS Church

  • Aloha United Methodist Church

  • Bethlehem Lutheran Church – Aloha

  • Calvary Lutheran Church – Hillsboro

  • Cedar Hills United Church of Christ

  • City of Beaverton

  • David Hill Ward, Forest Grove, LDS Church

  • Emanuel Lutheran Church – Cornelius

  • Forest Grove United Church of Christ

  • Forest Grove United Methodist Church

  • Hillsboro First Congregational United Church of Christ

  • Murray Hills Christian Church

  • New Life Baptist Church – Hillsboro

  • Orenco Presbyterian Church

  • Parkside Fellowship

  • Reedville Presbyterian Church

  • Reedville Ward, Beaverton West, LDS Church

  • St. Alexander Catholic Church – Cornelius

  • St. Andrew Lutheran Church

  • St. Cecilia Catholic Church

  • St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Christian Church

  • St. Juan Diego Catholic Church- Portland

  • Sisters of St. Mary’s of Oregon

  • Southminster Presbyterian Church – Beaverton

  • Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation

  • Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Washington County

  • Westside Church of Christ – Beaverton

  • Westside United Methodist Church

A Bold Vision for Family Promise

With family homelessness at crisis levels, Family Promise of Greater Washington County has created a strategic plan to change the future for hundreds of family members each year.

The next three years will be marked by growth and engagement as we increase local partnerships and seek connections that integrate families into neighborhoods. With your help, Family Promise of Greater Washington County truly believes we can end family homelessness—right here in our own community.