A Note from CSC’s Executive Director

A brunette white woman waving and smiling at the camera, while standing on the porch of a large blue building

I’m writing to you today with bittersweet news. After more than nine years at Clackamas Service Center, and six wonderful years serving as Executive Director, I’ve decided to embark on a new adventure. At the end of May, I’ll be leaving my position at CSC.

A Look Inside the Food Hub

Clackamas Service Center expanded into a new warehouse space, which we call the Food Hub, in September 2021.

Ending Hunger in the Classroom

Early in the pandemic, we began bringing a truck full of food to Lot Whitcomb and Oak Grove Elementary Schools for parents and guardians to pick up, and we haven’t stopped since.

A Time of Giving in a Time of Need

Did you catch our big news? If you attended our virtual fundraiser in September, or read our last newsletter, you’ve probably heard about CSC’s new, second location!

The Food Hub in the Media

From Pamplin Media – Clackamas Service Center gains ‘powerful’ tool to fight hunger Raymond Rendleman November 23 2021 The 8,000-square-foot space is designed to meet growing need for food aid across county. Clackamas Service Center will be having a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new warehouse. This creates a second location for the nonprofit organization to serve unsheltered people and … Read More

A Huge Leap Forward

What’s the secret recipe for a healthy, nourished community? How can we increase our impact? These are questions we’ve pondered over the years, and especially over the last several months.

Celebrating Our Success!

Thank you, friends! We’re amazed by your incredible outpouring of support over the last few weeks! Our Harvesting Hope event last Wednesday, September 29, raised over $110,000 for life-saving programs for people in our community, and we couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you for watching, sharing, donating, and cheering us on! Did you miss the show the first … Read More

The Path Back to “Normal”

This is a weird time, isn’t it? So many of us are vaccinated, and daily life is starting to feel a little more familiar. Yet, there is still so much to be done before we can reach a new normal.

Valuing Partnerships

Over the past year, so much has changed. I am so grateful to you for joining us on this wild ride! Your support has helped us grow to meet every new situation, and I’m excited to share what we’ve been up to over the last few months.