On a Mission to Alleviate Suffering and Give Hope for a Better Life

Alcohol Led to Homelessness, a Hot Meal Led Him to a Home

Homelessness nearly killed Chad. After three months on the street, a brutal fight over a stolen tent landed him in the hospital with staples in his head. With nowhere safe to recuperate, he needed help.

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Battling Indifference to Human Suffering

The COVID-19 crisis, and the economic strain accompanying it, has increased stress on our guests tremendously, especially for those experiencing mental illness or addiction.

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Sack Lunch Program Expands Meal Service During COVID-19

“These bags are positive ripples in the pond, instead of all the negative things in our lives.” –Angel, meal guest

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More Than 2,000 Meals Served Daily

The line for meals now stretches three blocks for Blanchet House’s to-go meals. We’re seeing a 100% increase in the need for food in Portland.

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Our Programs Offer a Second Chance

Blanchet Farm Honey Give Guide 2020


Therapeutic Beekeeping at Blanchet Farm

Beekeeping helps formerly homeless individuals heal from trauma, build sobriety, and gain self-confidence.

Finding Permanent Housing Takes Time

Having a safe place to live while you apply for jobs, save money, and receive medical care is critical to securing long-term housing.

Sara Edmond

More Than A Meal

A hot meal served with compassion is often the first step on the path to housing.

Reducing Our Impact on the Environment While Serving Those in Most Need

more than
30,000 lbs
of fresh food rescued every month

Blanchet House Food Waste Recovery Cycle
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