Summer Updates at FHDC communities

FHDC’s service model to ensure residents have access to resources and opportunities for recreation, education and asset building activities is a collaborative effort. This summer we are grateful for the partnerships with local school districts and organizations that prioritize the wellbeing of our community.

Our partnerships have created job and volunteer opportunities for several adults and youth, healthy, free lunches and grocery boxes for hundreds of families, and field trips, art and recreational opportunities for more than 300 kids across Woodburn, Salem, Independence and Silverton.

Some of the highlights include:

Making tortillas at Colonia Amistad:

National Night Out at Nuevo Amanecer:

Field Trips to Parks to Cool Down:


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