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Your donation supports the creation of more affordable housing and the empowerment of farmworkers and low-income communities to build assets and support their families. In 2020 we are preparing to celebrate our 30th anniversary and launch our Colonia Paz development for farmworkers and working families in Lebanon, Oregon. We commit to our ongoing dedication to leadership development through our Promotores program, empowering residents to be advocates & leaders and create assets for themselves, their families and the communities that they live in. Thank you for your support!

Example Donation Amounts VolunteerOpps

Dental Van: The dental van travels to different communities throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley. Ensure that a family can get basic treatment for $100.

Summer Enrichment Program:  In this busy program we work with partners to ensure recreational and artistic activities and a healthy lunch for all.  Each participant receives $250 in services over the course of 7 weeks at 2 hours per day.

After School Program:  Over 300 youth are served throughout the year in areas of homework help, career exploration and college preparatory.  We invest $500 per kid to help them achieve academic and social success.

Youth and Family Services:  To keep our residents successfully housed, we invest a minimum of $1000 per family.  Our services include referrals to services, on-site health services, education, healthy food distribution, and eviction prevention.

Promotores Leadership Development: Promotores empowers adult leaders to connect youth and neighbors to needed services and the organization to the community. $2500 supports more than 50 hours of leadership training and activities throughout the year.

You may donate on a one-time basis or recurring monthly. Farmworker Housing Development Corporation is a registered 501c(3) organization; our tax ID # is 93-1055994. Your gift is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law. Thank you!

In-Kind Donations

In-kind donations needed:

  • Art supplies: For educational programs
  • Children books: For Family Literacy & After School Programs
  • Educational materials: Backpacks, school supplies, etc.
  • Computers and software: For educational programs
  • Home furniture: To make a house a home

About FHDC’s 1,300 residents: