Our initiatives are born out of our neighbors demand for a place to earn, learn, and belong. We are always looking for more ways to collaborate and build prosperity in our communities.
Rockwood is Oregon’s poorest large community. We work with our neighbors to make it a place for everyone to earn, learn, and belong.
A place that matters to entrepreneurs, churches, and families. The hub for our other initiatives and home within Rockwood.
We use food, nutritional education, business incubation, and agricultural development to help our neighbors attain better health outcomes, greater equity, and more prosperity.
We exist to raise capital and invest it in Oregon’s Opportunity Zones. We bring capital to under-invested communities so that investors earn returns and our neighbors benefit.
These initiatives are those that have found success and have been spun out to our community members where they can be run sustainably and locally.
A Shalom Network of churches is a diverse collaborative of 43 faith-communities. They share resources and initiatives connect our neighbors together.
Successfully spun out to a diverse, local leadership team in 2018.
In 2018, we developed the model for a legal aid clinic. In 2019, a group of Shalom Network Churches used elements of our model, which grew into Immigrant Connection PDX which launched with the formal support of the Department of Justice.
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