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Press Release: Catholic Charities Completes Renovations to Preserve 102 Units of Affordable Rental Housing in Southern Oregon

Posted By | Meghan Blood

PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 20, 2020 – Catholic Charities of Oregon has completed renovations in three apartment complexes under its dedicated housing entity, Caritas Housing Initiatives, that preserves 102 units of rental housing serving low-income and elderly rural residents. The renovations were completed in Hillside Village in Glendale, Ore., and Valerie Hills Apartments and Woodville Village in Rogue River, Ore.

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Press Release: Catholic Charities Completes Renovations to Preserve 102 Units of Affordable Rental Housing in Southern Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 20, 2020 – Catholic Charities of Oregon has completed renovations in three apartment complexes under its dedicated housing entity, Caritas Housing Initiatives, that preserves 102 units of rental housing serving low-income and elderly rural residents. The renovations were completed in Hillside Village in Glendale, Ore., and Valerie Hills Apartments and Woodville Village…

Clackamas County and Metro Approve $18.3M for Catholic Charities' Good Shepherd Village

The project will be the first regulated affordable housing development within the city limits of Happy Valley.

Oregon Community Foundation invests $500,000 in Catholic Charities of Oregon to support the Save First Small Loan Fund

Funds will support consumer and credit-building loans to help Oregon families overcome financial emergencies and build financial resiliency.
Save First featured on Univision, 20 August 2019

Catholic Charities' Save First Financial featured on KUNP Univision Portland

Save First Financial featured on KUNP Univision Portland (Spanish). For the Save First segment, skip to around 6:00.
Molly O'Donnell from Save First Financial Wellness

Save First Featured in "Catholic Charities sees success with Save First program"

Save First Financial Wellness Director Molly O’Donnell discusses the program’s short- and long-term impact on financially vulnerable communities in this article by Hannah Sievert in the Portland Business Journal. Read the article to learn more about how Save First is addressing the immediate financial needs of the financially vulnerable and how Save First is using…
The Catholic Charities Clark Family Center

Catholic Charities Featured in "Since 1942, the Catholic Charities Appeal Has Sought to Fulfill the Needs of the Times"

Ed Langlois at the Catholic Sentinel delves into the history of Catholic Charities’ spring campaign, from its initial campaign in 1942 to the impact your support has. Read the full article at the Catholic Sentinel.