The Annie Ross House and Northwest Housing Alternatives are looking for
individuals and businesses to help local children experiencing homelessness or
living at NHA properties receive holiday gifts.
For many residents of NHA’s affordable housing and almost all of the parents at the Annie Ross House, purchasing holiday presents for their children is a luxury they cannot afford. We encourage individuals and local businesses to host toy drives so our parents can save money for permanent housing and their children can still have a positive holiday experience.
Give us a call and we can provide you with the materials and signage necessary to host a Holiday Bin at your place of business. Contact us at 503 654 1007 x109 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are an individual who would like to donate, please bring new, unwrapped toys to the locations below, or our Milwaukie offices.
Local Milwaukie/Portland Businness with Toy Drive Bins
Bob's Red Mill
Chase Bank - Milwaukie Branch
Key Bank in the Pearl
Key Bank- Milwaukie Branch
Milwaukie City Hall
Milwaukie Wellness Center
Nick's Auto Care
Painted Lady Coffee House
Providence Happy Valley Immediate Care
Young Kidz Dental
You can also purchase toys from our Amazon Holiday Wish List, and have them sent directly to our campus.
More than just a place to sleep, the Annie Ross House provides a safe, home-like environment to local families experiencing homelessness. Our Family Support Specialists connect families to social services and help them transition from homelessness to permanent affordable housing.
Stability is important for these kids and opening a gift during the holidays makes life during their transition from homelessness a little more normal.
Please contact us if you would like to help. You can make a big difference in a child’s life, engage co-workers in a worthy cause, and help children enjoy the holidays
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Northwest Housing Alternatives Annual Holiday Toy Drive