Bobby Weinstock, Housing and Advocacy champion retires after 32 years with NWPP. Read more about Bobby’s career in our Summer 2021 newsletter.
In honor of Bobby’s long service to NWPP and our community, a generous donor is offering to match all gifts up to $32,000! If you would like to help honor Bobby’s career, we encourage you to donate online here.
As NWPP enters a new fiscal year, we want to take a minute to reflect and to look forward. Since the pandemic arrived in March 2020, NWPP never stopped serving our clients. We have continued to place older adults into housing, prevented evictions, built partnerships, launched a new program (READ MORE about The Senior Collaborative), engaged in strong advocacy, and secured critical resources.
We honed our online skills and thanks to you raised $166,000 to support the programs and services of NWPP through our virtual 42nd Walk-A-Thon. This was an incredible joint effort made possible by committed virtual fundraisers, supportive sponsors, and generous donors. Thank you!
NWPP’s future will include expanding our capacity to serve more low-income seniors, especially those who are homeless and highly vulnerable and venturing forth into the world of the hybrid workplace. We also start this year full of hope and a “re-upped” commitment to our mission: to provide a life of dignity and hope to very low-income seniors in Multnomah County.