Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter (BSWS) has expanded operations and increased services for people experiencing homelessness while marking its fifth season of being open in the winter in Beaverton.Read More Beaverton Shelter Program Looks Forward
It can be hard to know how to help those most vulnerable during the pandemic but there are lots of ways to support fellow community members struggling to meet their basic needs during this timeRead More Simple Ways to Show Compassion to Those Experiencing Homelessness
The Beaverton City Council approved recommendations by the Social Services Funding Committee to award $272,500 in grants to 18 organizations for their work to address social service needs in Beaverton.Read More Organizations Receive Social Service Funding Grants
With public facilities closed due to COVID-19, the City of Beaverton relied on innovative partnerships to provide showers and restrooms for people experiencing homelessness.Read More Hygiene Facilities Provided for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness
Family Promise of Beaverton just celebrated its two-year mark supporting Beaverton families experiencing homelessness.Read More Family Promise of Beaverton’s Two-Year Anniversary!