NWPP is one of our favorite non-profits

According to the Out of Reach 2018 report issued by The National Low-Income Housing Coalition, Oregon ranks 17th on the list of most expensive states in which to rent an apartment. Hawaii is number one.
In Oregon, a minimum wage worker ($10.75/hr.) must work 65 hours each week just to afford a one-bedroom apartment at the fair market rate (FMR). That rate is now $904.00 per month. The average NWPP client can afford, on average, to pay only $392.00 per month.
NWPP helps low-income seniors in Multnomah County navigate the course to permanent housing they can afford. Your support helps us provide housing search assistance, case management, short -term rent assistance, and moving costs.

Mark O'Donnell to Receive Housing Program Award
Note from Laura Golino de Lavato, Executive Director 
Mark O'Donnell is a sponsor of the NW Pilot Project Housing Program. We are presenting him with the Agency Impact Award.

This award recognizes a significant contribution that provided a transformative opportunity for NWPP.

Mark's special sponsorship of Northwest Pilot Project's Housing Program has resulted in over 400 households over the last four years - that's over 450 individuals (some households have two members) - getting stabilized in housing.

The people helped by Mark's contribution got off the streets or were prevented from losing their housing.



Due to continuing traffic congestion, our office hours will remain Monday-Thursday, 7:00am-5:30pm.
Friday staff works remotely, checking emails periodically.  Meetings are available by appointment. 
We find this approach enhances our working environment and eliminates unnecessary stress on our fantastic employees while still enabling us to provide excellent customer service to our clients.