Bradley Angle relies on community support and contributions to keep our doors open and to offer survivors options for safety, empowerment, healing, and hope. You can be a part of that!
Ways to give
* Donate securely online here
* Mail a check to Bradley Angle, 5432 N Albina, Portland, Oregon, 97217.
* Call (503) 232-1528 to speak with Bradley Angle staff about making a financial contribution.
* Contribute in-kind donations for our participants and programs
* Sell your item on eBay and donate the proceeds to Bradley Angle
When you are in the process of posting an item to sell on eBay you will come across a section called eBay Giving Works. You can donate 10-100% of your sale to your favorite nonprofit and eBay will give you a credit on basic selling fees. Click on “Select your favorite nonprofit” and type in Bradley Angle. Type the percentage you would like to donate. List your item!
Do you have high quality furniture, clothing, jewelry, books, music, movies, home decor, art or other funky treasures that you’d like to benefit Bradley Angle? Take your items to Rerun and direct the proceeds to Bradley Angle! Please call ahead with product description (and pictures if possible!) and make an appointment. Depending on store inventory, some items may not be accepted. When the items sell Rerun will give Bradley Angle a check!
707 NE Fremont St
Portland, OR 97212-2155
How your donation helps
$25 – Buys multiple new toys for a child’s birthday, and allows a parent to give gifts to her child
$50 – Provides food for a survivor and three children for one week
$100 – Covers four days of transitional housing with support services
$200 – Covers one day of emergency shelter and support services for a survivor and two children
$250 – Provides community support group services with childcare for six survivors for one month
$700 – Gives a family access to positive parenting training, as well as individual and group support services for a survivor and her children during their shelter stay
$1,000 – Provides 15 days of emergency shelter and support services for a survivor escaping domestic violence
$2,500 – Provides three months of transitional housing with advocacy, case management, education, and other support services
Make a difference today!
There are some children who can narrate their entire history of domestic violence through their actions.
When 4-year old Isaac came to shelter, his verbal skills were delayed, common for many young children who have witnessed domestic violence. He hit, slapped, spit, and pulled hair of all other female participants- both child and adult- as easily as waving “hi”. Isaac would frequently throw his... Read More »
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BRADLEY ANGLE•5432 N. Albina Ave.•Portland, OR 97217•503.232.1528