Hand Up Project

UNIQUELING POINT

Working To Break The Cycle of Homelessness

A Hand Up
                   Not A Hand Out
Fighting to end Hunger at The People's Pantry

Peer Support

Bombas Socks Giving Partner

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A Hand Up
                   Not A Hand Out
Fighting to end Hunger at The People's Pantry

Peer Support

Bombas Socks Giving Partner

Hand Up Project​ 
            is proud to be a​ giving partner of
                          BOMBAS  
                                                           socks.

A Seat At The Table​

Hand Up Project volunteers Gregg Griffin, Patty Ostendorp and Mike Whitaker are pictured at the Oregon Food Bank's annual Partner Agency Conference titled “A Seat At The Table”. Our Keynote Speaker was Susannah  Morgan, Oregon Food Bank CEO.

The Partner Agency Conference was an opportunity for our staff to gain new skills and engage in deep conversation around our shared work. It’s a day of inspiration, learning, celebration and networking.

SOCKS ARE THE #1 MOST REQUESTED CLOTHING ITEM AT HOMELESS SHELTERS

When the people at Bombas first heard this quote, they knew they had to do something.  That's  why Bombas started to make an impact on our community here in the U.S.  For every pair you purchase, Bombas donates a pair to someone in need. 

One Pair Purchased = One Pair Donated

Hand Up Project staff spend the day exploring ways to engage clients, volunteers, donors, and members of all communities with workshops, knowledge sharing and presentations
Thanks to the Oregon Food Bank for another informative and awesome Partner Agency Conferance. Our staff came away with a lot of great ideas and inspiration.
Bombas works with shelters, nonprofits, and organizations dedicated to helping the homeless, in-need, and at-risk communities. They donate specially designed socks to organizations who can get their products to those who need them most.

Bombas was built from the ground up around the idea of sock donations. The more socks they sell, the more they donate.