💙 We need 2,000 donors this fall to stay on track. Count me in! ✔

Melanie Sevcenko

Latest Stories (5)

Shopping mall fills empty stores with indie shops and pop-ups

Nov 15, 2022
Lloyd Center in Portland, Oregon, is leasing to local small businesses to keep up foot traffic.
Dozens of vendors participate in the pop-up art market at Lloyd Center.
Melanie Sevcenko

To provide temporary shelter, Oregon launches hotel-to-housing program

Nov 22, 2021
Faced with an affordable housing shortage, COVID-19 restrictions and wildfires, Oregon started funding a program to purchase hotels and motels to shelter the unhoused.
Maria Caballero Rubio is the executive director of Centro Cultural de Washington County, the foundation that purchased the Forest Grove Inn to shelter displaced, low-income Latinx people.
Melanie Sevcenko

Need for transgender health care providers spurs training program

Sep 16, 2019
The Transgender Health Program at Oregon Health & Sciences University is training medical providers to increase much needed care for transgender patients.
Dr. Christina Milano co-founded the Transgender Health Program within OHSU in 2015.
Melanie Sevcenko

A new program helps foster kids by providing affordable housing for adoptive parents and seniors

Dec 7, 2018
Bridge Meadows brings foster families and seniors together in affordable housing.
Bridge Meadows, Portland, Ore.
Melanie Sevcenko

Is meditation the answer to aggressive policing?

May 4, 2018
Some first responders are focusing on their mental well-being so they can respond more compassionately to those they serve.
First responders practice guided meditation as part of Richard Goerling’s mindfulness workshop in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Melanie Sevcenko/Marketplace

Let’s do the numbers together. 💙 

Here’s a number – 2,000. That’s how many donors we need this fall to stay on track. Can we count on you?