Westside Food Brigade

The Journey!

Food Brigade began as a small group of people from Westside Community Church. Their only mission was to serve wherever God needed them. They began meeting on Saturday mornings to prepare sandwiches and sack lunches to distribute to the homeless in downtown Portland.

Not to long after, in late November of 2008, Aloha High School notified Westside of a great need. They noticed that there were many homeless high school students that attended the school, who were part of the weekly meal plan but had no food to eat during the weekends.

It was then that the Westside Food Brigade really saw the needs of our local kids & their families and wanted to help out. The focus moved from Portland to the Westside Farmington Campus to be as close to Aloha High School as possible.

In 2013, we joined the Oregon Food bank and became a partner agency and an emergency food box (EFB) pantry. That allowed Food Brigade to buy food at very low cost from the Oregon Food Bank and enabled us to help more people in the community than ever before. Aside from the OFB, Grocery Outlet has been one of the main contributors along with Safeway, Albertson’s, Einstein Brothers Bagels, and Monkey’s Subs. They all make donations to the food pantry.

In 2018, we became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Westside Food Brigade serves between 85 and 105 families per week. We are open on Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 11:30. The journey is continuing to the next level.

We pick up our weekly food order on Saturday morning from the Food bank and fill our truck from front to back and give it away every week. We also make trips on Thursdays and Friday to pick up fresh produce and dairy items.

Thanks to the generous financial donations of many of our donors, volunteers and those who have a passion for helping hurting people.

Categories: Community Services

18390 SW Farmington Road

Beaverton, OR 97007 USA



The Imagine Possibilities Center

IMAGINE POSSIBILITIES is licensed by the State of Oregon to provide daytime services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Founded in 1959 by pioneering families who came together within their community to build a better life for their loved ones, we celebrate a relentless progressive spirit of seeking out meaningful opportunities for our participants, everyday. We believe everyone is an individual, is a vital member of our community, and has a lifetime of limitless potential. Our programs are designed to give individuals an environment for growth; no achievement is too small and every achievement is a step toward another.
Imagine Possibilities provides progressive daytime services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through care, creativity and community. Advocating for the best quality of life for every person as an individual, we feel that all people have a lifetime of limitless potential and we are committed to helping our participants reach and exceed their goals.

Categories: Community Services

4450 SW 184th AVE
Aloha, OR 97007 United States



Beaverton Education Foundation

Founded in 1988, the Beaverton Education Foundation raises money to provide hands-on innovative academic enrichment and advancement programs & projects that go beyond normal school funding at all 53 Beaverton public schools and is a 501(c)(3) community-based nonprofit organization. BEF mobilizes community resources to fund innovative classroom, summer and after-school programs.

Categories: Community ServicesEducationYouth

3800 SW Cedar Hills Blvd., Suite 168

Beaverton, OR 97005 



Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation – Long Range Planning

The Long Range Planning Section is responsible for the preparation, maintenance and periodic update of County planning documents and ordinances, including the Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area, the Rural/Natural Resource Plan, all community plans and the Transportation System Plan.

The Long Range Planning Section also provides various economic and demographic analyses to County departments and outside agencies.

Categories: Community ServicesTransportation

Land Use & Transportation Planning And Development Services - Long Range Planning Section

155 N. First Ave., Suite 350, MS14

Hillsboro, OR 97124 



Willamette West Habitat for Humanity

Willamette West Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to fostering home ownership and improving our community by building simple, decent, affordable housing with a neighborhood emphasis. Since 1988, they have helped 105 families in Washington County, and will sell nine new homes in 2016.

Habitat works in partnership with low-income families, volunteers, donors, and organizations to receive donated materials, volunteer labor and generous financial gifts. Qualifying families purchase habitat homes by contributing 500 hours of “Sweat Equity” building Habitat homes and a down payment. They receive a zero-percent interest rate mortgage (0% APR) and monthly payments structured to their income. Mortgage payments from Habitat homes go into a fund which is then recycled back in to the community building more Habitat homes.

Categories: Community ServicesConstructionHardwarePaintRetail

5293 NE Elam Young Pkwy, Suite 140
Hillsboro, OR 97124-7558 



Washington County Sheriff’s Office

Your Sheriff’s Office is kicking off a new campaign called “See Something? Say Something!” to help educate residents on when and how to call police for non-emergency reasons.  The goal of the campaign is to encourage people to report behaviors and activities that appear to be criminal in nature.

Non Emergency Line:  503-629-0111


Categories: Community ServicesCounty Services

215 SW ADAMS, MS 32
Hillsboro, OR 97123