Supported in Mission by Oregon Food Bank, Community on the Mountain, Hoodland Lutheran Church & others
Neighborhood Missions is a community outreach program responding to Family Needs by providing emergency food and financial assistance for heating supplies, medicine, utility payments, gasoline vouchers, transportation, and bus passes to people in temporary need.
Over its 20 year existence, it has blossomed and outgrown its humble beginnings as a mission of Hoodland Lutheran Church. Its board of directors has become a diverse group of community members from all areas of life. Neighborhood Missions covers an area roughly from Alder Creek to Government Camp. The food pantry, lovingly known as the bunkhouse, is stocked with donated food and that purchased through our partner the Oregon Food Bank.
In 2019, Neighborhood Missions delivered hundreds of pounds of food, gave several hundreds of dollars for gas, rent, and utilities assistance. Neighborhood Missions is more than just food. They look at the needs of the whole person.
All people are encouraged to vist the FREE FOOD MARKET on the LAST MONDAY of each month. The market is available from 9am - 10am in the HOODLAND SENIOR CENTER parking lot. Volunteer by calling 503-622-9213 or email with the link below.