During the tumultuous 12 months from July 2020 to this past June, NWPP faced a tremendous challenge: continue to provide our services – remotely. But even under the cloud of COVID-19, and despite the many challenges and hurdles, staff and clients have been remarkably resilient. It is not hyperbole to say that because of you we were able to continue to serve seniors with rent assistance, ensuring housing stability, and finding new homes this past year. Click here to read about the impact we made.
In this report you’ll find stories, stats, updates, and some thoughts about what lies ahead. You will also read about a few of our partners who brought the gifts of talent, treasure and time to NWPP during the last year and who have been recognized with an NWPP Impact Award. Their exceptional contributions remind us that individuals – one or many – can and do make a difference.
After 52 years, our mission remains the same: to offer opportunities for a life of dignity and hope to very low-income seniors in Multnomah County by solving housing and transportation needs.
On behalf of those we serve, thank you. You are the ones that are truly making an impact.
Laura Golino de Lovato