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African American Alliance for Homeownership: Homebuyer counseling, homebuyer education classes, matched savings accounts for first time homebuyers (with VIDA/Casa of Oregon), foreclosure counseling, annual homeownership fair

Business for a Better Portland: Working to make a positive difference by supporting equitable access to capital, safe and efficient transportation and affordable housing.

Inner Southeast Action: Community group embracing change to promote livability, inclusivity, sustainability, and climate protection in inner southeast Portland

Here Together: Advancing solutions for homelessness

Housing Oregon: Statewide association of 75 affordable housing and community development organizations, businesses, and government agencies advocating on the local and state levels for programs and policies to expand affordable housing

Northwest Pilot Project: Works with very low and extremely low-income seniors in Multnomah County to help them keep and find housing they can afford

Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives (PCRI): Reinvests in Portland’s neighborhoods, preserves their diversity, and provides tools to help low-income Portland families and individuals achieve stability and self-sufficiency.

Right 2 Survive: Dedicated to teaching about and defending the human, civil and constitutional rights of people experiencing houselessness

Taking Ownership PDX: Renovates and revives Black-owned homes that have requested help, with an emphasis on enabling Black homeowners to age in place, generate wealth and simultaneously deter predatory investors and realtors to deflect the gentrification process.