Do Good Multnomah has found another home that is opening their doors for the winter in a space. In lieu of this cancellation, the Community House in Sunnyside will be operating a Winter Weather Emergency shelter as they have done the past two years. “This model requires an army of volunteers so if you are game, get involved,” writes John Mayer, Executive Director and chair of the Community House board. ” The more volunteers, the better it will be.”
Tuesday’s Safety & Livability meeting will still be held, with discussions about the continuation of the warming shelters that have been in place in the past. Please plan on attending. 6:30 PM at 3520 SE Yamhill Street.
In response to our city’s homelessness emergency, the Multnomah County Joint Office of Homeless Services and the City of Portland have asked Do Good Multnomoah to find 100 additional beds for people experiencing homelessness in Portland this Winter. They have asked if Sunnyside Community House could open up to 50 of these beds, to be staffed and run by Do Good Multnomah for the months of December until April. As Sunnyside Community House’s Board decides their response, we would like to hear from the community. What questions do you have? How can we think about this from all of the angles it requires?
On Tuesday, November 13th, we will hear from the Director of Do Good Multnomah about proposal and practices, John Mayer (of Sunnyside Community House) and members of our community. We will have an opportunity to ask questions that will inform the Community House’s decision.
Please join us at the meeting, in the Community House lower level this Tuesday evening at 6:30 PM. 3520 SE Yamhill Street.
SNA CLC Minutes 2018-09-04 (pdf)
A neighborhood meeting at the Sunnyside Community House on Tuesday September 4, 2018 to discuss safety and livability concerns involving folks camping in the north east corner of Sunnyside School Park.
A cornerstone near the corner of SE 35th and Yamhill Streets tells an old story which, until recently, could have been headed for an unfortunate ending. But now there is hope that the cornerstone will instead soon become the inspiration for a new story stretching well into the future of Sunnyside neighborhood. Continue reading “Sunnyside Community House”
SNA Newsletter July 2011
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