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Donate Your Car – Now In West Portland, Too!

Portland Rescue Mission Opens New Car Sales and Donations Site in Beaverton!

Help us turn wheels into meals!

Portland Rescue Mission’s vehicle donation and sales program provides a win for everyone involved.

Donors feel great knowing that their vehicle donation helps provide meals, shelter and recovery care for hundreds of hurting men, women and children right here in Portland.

Buyers trust our qualified mechanics who carefully restore quality cars for sale on our lot.

Now, with two convenient locations in Portland and Beaverton, donating your car is even easier.

EAST PORTLAND           Map It
8301 NE Halsey
Portland, OR 97220

Monday – Friday:  9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday:  9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

503-906-7673


WEST PORTLAND           Map It
8555 SW Canyon Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97225

Tuesday – Saturday:  9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
503-345-9811

► Donate a car.  Learn more or call either location (above) to get started.  
► Buy a car.  View our inventory online or stop by our car lot during business hours.

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2 responses to “Donate Your Car – Now In West Portland, Too!”

  1. Kennard says:

    How much of the money from car sales actually help the homeless in washington county? Amazing that the last homeless connect was held in a washington county church. Which shows that there is a need for services in washington county for the homeless. So why should people in washington county help support the homeless in multnomah county

  2. Portland Rescue Mission says:

    Good question, Kennard. All of Portland Rescue Mission’s ministry centers are located in Multnomah County, but many of the homeless guests and recovery residents come from the Portland metro area. People from Washington County, for example, often find their way to downtown Portland because that’s where so many social service organizations, including most governmental services, are located. We do not ask what counties our homeless guests come to us from, so we can’t assign a monetary figure to the benefits received by people from a specific county.

    That’s not to say there aren’t still hurting people in surrounding counties, but in most cases either county services or churches provide services to meet their needs. In recent years, Portland Rescue Mission has initiated vital partnerships with out-lying churches to equip them to serve people in their area (vs. sending them to downtown Portland).
     
    Homeless Connect is a multi-faceted outreach effort that’s national in scope and moves around the metro area to introduce services to as many people as possible. The most recent was in Washington County (http://visionactionnetwork.org/content/view/36/88/), but that doesn’t imply that this is the area of greatest need. Recent data on the homeless community indicates that most of the migration is headed toward eastern Multnomah County (e.g. Gresham) and/or Clackamas County.

    For decades, residents of Washington County have been some of the most supportive of compassionate services in other parts of the metro area. We’ve opened our Westside Car Sales & Donation site on Canyon Rd. as a convenience to all potential car donors and buyers on that side of the city.  

    Why should Washington County residents help us give hope to hurting people throughout our region? Because we’re all human. Grief, despair and suffering are no respecters of county lines — and neither should be our compassion.

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