Former FHDC resident and Development Director, Jaime Arrendondo reflects on the origins of agricultural work in Oregon through personal narrative and the launch of a new healing/growing program Anahuac, connecting generations to the land by reclaiming power, tradition, and identity
With FHDC residents prominently working essential labor on the front lines of food and agricultural production, we have partnered with several organizations to ensure needs are being met
From Stayton to Sublimity, and Salem to Independence–Resident Services staff, Promotores and Volunteers, and partner organizations including churches, public bureaus, school districts, food banks, and local businesses are stepping up to help.
FHDC’s Statement on Racial Injustice, the Death of George Floyd, and Commitment to Fighting Injustice
Supporting efforts to keep local farmworkers and their families healthy and supported both at work and when they return to FHDC communities at Colonia Amistad and beyond
Housing essential workers during COVID-19 requires that we create systems of safety to working and returning to their families and FHDC communities
PGE issues moratorium on commercial and residential electrical bills, supporting FHDC and our residents during COVID-19
FHDC launches the Family Livability Fund to support Residents and joins a Statewide Oregon Worker’s Relief Fund with Alianza Poder at the helm