Community Roundtable members and their work has been profiled on previous episodes of the Talking Tigard podcast.
Ending the Cycle of Houselessness
Family Promise of Tualatin Valley (FPTV) serves children and their families who are experiencing houselessness.
Elise Schaff Laubach is a founding board member of FPTV and now serves as their Fund Development Manager. She shares how FPTV partners with the community to holistically address the root causes of houselessness.
Trophies of Grace
From summer camps to street outreach, The Salvation Army serves the most vulnerable members of our community.
Major Bob Lloyd, The Salvation Army Portland Metro Coordinator, talks about how small acts of kindness cause the biggest ripples in communities. He also shares exciting news about The Salvation Army's summer camps.
Building Just Compassion's Campus
In 2021, Just Compassion received a $4 million dollar allocation in America Rescue Plan funding to build transitional housing and an expanded resource center in Tigard. Vernon Baker, Just Compassion Executive Director, shares how this new campus will make it easier for individuals experiencing houselessness to connect with the services that they need.
Facilitating Social Justice in Tigard
Danny Rauda talks about his work as the Social Justice Coordinator for St. Anthony's Church, including raising awareness about Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
A Safe Home for Tigard Youth
Amy Brownell, Second Home, Katrin Dougherty, SupaFresh Youth Farm, and Morgan Bengel, HomePlate Youth Services share how they continue to help the youth of Tigard during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supporting Our Unhoused Community Members
Vernon Baker, Executive Director of Just Compassion, discusses how Just Compassion is using the Resident Aid Fund of Tigard to support Tigard community members who are experiencing houselessness.