Individual Giving

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Your gift builds homes, communities, and hope. Decent, safe and affordable housing is the foundation for healthy and successful families. Your tax-deductible contribution is an investment in the future of a child, the education of our youth, and the economic vitality of our community. Every gift, no matter how large or small, helps build a better Portland. You can donate online easily, or if you’d prefer, mail-in your gift by downloading a donation form.

Donate Now

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Make an online donation right now. It’s quick & simple, and your money goes straight to work in our local homebuilding efforts. Donate now »


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Join the Carpenter’s Club — a select group of committed donors who, through their regular, monthly gifts, help Habitat say “yes” to more local families — making sure they receive the opportunity of homeownership that they deserve. Learn more »

Workplace Giving


Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East partners with many companies that match their employees’ and retirees’ contributions and/or have workplace giving programs. Learn more »

Cornerstone Society

The Cornerstone Society honors and recognizes some of Habitat’s most generous contributors. Members of the Cornerstone Society help Habitat say yes to more local families through home ownership or home repair. Learn more »

Stocks & Mutual Funds

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A gift of stock or mutual funds before December 31, could be your best way to maximize tax savings and meet your charitable giving goals this year. Even if your stocks have lost value since you purchased them, you can receive tremendous tax advantages. Learn more »

Sponsor a Home

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Habitat for Humanity partner families benefit in many ways from the financial support of sponsorships, and we know that you, your family, or your organization will be enriched by the experience of supporting a hardworking low-income family in the construction of a new home. Learn more »