Help Us Get Back on the Road

Help us replace our program vans! We use these to deliver homemade meals to shelter residents and host enrichment field trips for kids in our LearnLinks program.

Fall 2022 Volunteer Open House

Log in Saturday, September 10, at 10 a.m. to meet our team, connect with each other, learn about volunteering with Our Just Future.

We Changed Our Name!

Welcome to Our Just Future — our bold new name and vision for the future.

Back-to-School Drive for Shelter!

We need to support kids in our famiily shelter as they prepare to go back to school! That means backpacks, crayons, highlighters, lunch bags, socks, hand sanitizer – it’s a big list.

This month's volunteer opportunities and donation needs

Volunteer + In-Kind Donation Needs in August

It’s back-to-school time at our emergency shelter for families. Shop school supplies for the kids, and browse a host of other opportunities this month.

This month's volunteer opportunities and donation needs

Volunteer + In-Kind Donation Needs in July

Summer’s on! This month our shelters need flip-flops and folks to cook, and people newly moving into affordable housing are looking for supplies!

A group of four smiling, happy people walk down a clean Portland street.

Show Rose City Love by Midnight

The alarming rise in homelessness is a humanitarian crisis that demands our full compassion for one another to solve.

The new Gateway office atrium, with an open floor plan, large windows, and warm-toned wood paneling.

Sneak Peek: Our Gateway Service Center

Hello from our new home base in East Portland! It will be both the hub for our core business and a place for services like career coaching and family advocacy.

Young female driver sitting in cabin of big modern truck

Together, we can help folks overcome housing insecurity

When our team works with folks to overcome housing insecurity, we do it in effective and lasting ways. Can you help fuel our work again today?

A multigenerational family hugs on a couch

Let’s Address Housing Instability Together

With rents high and climbing higher, and wages not keeping pace, many of us live at risk of eviction. Nearly 40% of all Oregonians over 65 say they are at risk of losing their homes.