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Are you looking to help your community while staying home?

Writing a quick card or letter with a positive message will brighten the day of clients who receive grocery deliveries! If you do not wish to write a message, that is okay! Artwork will also be accepted (photographs, drawings, paintings).

Feel free to be creative and have fun. Bonus points if you can incorporate food into your work!
This is also a great project for kids.

Please keep the cards secular and avoid mentioning any specific holidays.

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Please mail your finished cards to:
Lift UP
735 SW 20th Pl.
Portland, OR 97205

*When you mail the cards, please also include a piece of paper with an estimate of how many hours you spent on them. Thank you!

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About Lift UP


735 SW 20th Place, Suite 250, Portland, OR 97205, US

Mission Statement

Lift UP’s mission is to reduce hunger and improve the lives of low-income residents in Northwest and Downtown Portland.


Lift UP was founded in 1980. The goal was to help neighborhood residents through coordinated volunteer efforts.

Initial activities included conducting food drives and distributing government food commodities, helping people connect with existing social services, and providing opportunities for neighborhood residents to socialize.

Lift UP entered a partnership with the Housing Authority of Portland (now Home Forward) to provide socialization and other services to residents of low-income apartment buildings through the Adopt a Building program. Volunteers from churches and synagogues provided community-building and enrichment activities, including social events and classes.

In December of 2007, Lift UP acquired Preston's Pantry and-with the support of donors, Oregon Food Bank, and local businesses-expanded the program to provide staples and fresh food in an environment that emulates a small grocery store. The food pantry now serves 6849 (duplicated) people a year!

In 2016, Lift UP launched the Adopt a Building program, which provides in-building food resources to low-income building residents in Northwest and Downtown Portland. Through this program, Preston's Pantry, and Free Food Market, Lift UP distributed 222,696 pounds of food in the last year!


Advocacy & Human Rights
Arts & Culture
Advocacy & Human Rights, Arts & Culture, Hunger


Mon Feb 14, 2022 - Sun May 15, 2022


Remote OpportunityPortland, OR 97210



  • Visual Arts
  • Photography
  • Drawing
  • Painting


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+



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