Make a Donation

About FHDC’s 1,300 residents and work this year:

Show your support

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 2018-2019 our focus is to build housing (Colonia Unidad and a future development) and leadership through a pilot 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: In 2019 we are launching a new resident services leadership model that will empower adults 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.

Thank you!

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