SnowCap Community Charities
A philanthropic organization created to provide food, clothing, advocacy and other services to the poor.
Regretfully, SnowCap's Christmas toy programs are full and we are no longer accepting applications or referrals for participants. We are still seeking donors for these programs to help families who have already been enrolled.
If you are a client seeking assistance with Christmas, please visit 211info.org for information about other agencies which may still have program availability.
If you are interested in becoming a donor, please contact Anna@snowcap.org.
Open Hearts, Open Hands
Emergency food is available up to once a month at SnowCap's shopping style pantry.
To visit the pantry, you will need to bring proof of address (POA) that is dated within the last 30 days. Usually, this is a utility bill or other postmarked mail received by the person at the address they list on their application. Please bring your own bags or boxes.
SnowCap serves people who live east of 82nd and within Multnomah County, so POA is required for every visit.
Hours of Operation
"We are eternally grateful and humbled by the generosity and humanity that SnowCap, its volunteers, and donors have shown us. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!"
"Thank you for what you do to take care of people in need. I know this isn't much, but I am happy to give what I can for such a worthy and important cause!"
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