Since its founding as a nonprofit in 1997, the ReBuilding Center has worked to build community through reuse with the mission to revitalize the environmental, economic, and social fabric of local communities.

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Your donation supports the ReBuilding Center’s mission to build community through reuse, including our ReFind Education Program, offering DIY and STEAM classes for adults and youth, and our Community Outreach Program, which supports community-led efforts to create a more equitable, vibrant, and resilient Portland.

You can also donate to help fund the ReBuilding Center’s project to build the next four energy efficient homes with adjoining garden beds at Dignity Village! (Choose the "Tiny Homes" option during checkout to let us know.) Upon completion these homes, thanks to the ongoing commitment of DPI Solar, DPI will complete the array necessary to power Dignity Village with solar energy. Trades training groups Constructing Hope, Oregon Tradeswomen, and Portland Youth Builders (who provide the solution to economic disadvantage) will construct the homes out of mostly salvaged materials, in coordination with volunteers and those experiencing houselessness. The goal for the project is to raise $25,000, and we are underway thanks to the generous support of the Trail Blazers community.

If you would prefer to donate with a check,
please send your contribution to:

ReBuilding Center
3625 N. Mississippi Avenue
Portland, OR 97227

Contact us at info@rebuildingcenter.org to learn about other ways you can donate to the ReBuilding Center such as through bequests or corporate matching gift programs. 

Founded as a 501c3 nonprofit in 1997, the ReBuilding Center’s tax identification number is 93-1241474.  All donations may receive a tax-deductible receipt.