Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors the past, present, and futures of Native peoples throughout the US. The holiday recognizes the legacy and impact of colonialism on Native communities, and it also celebrates the cultures, contributions, and resilience of contemporary Native peoples. We want to acknowledge and celebrate this special day with a "drop-off" style potluck dinner for residents of our emergency shelters. Want to join us? Great, because we need your help!
This "drop-off style" potluck dinner will provide a delicious, community-made meal for the 30 residents at our Gresham Women's Shelter. This shelter is for folks who identify as women, non-binary or gender queer.
In a world without Covid, we would break bread together! However, to uphold social distancing, we are asking that meals are prepared at home then delivered to the shelter.
Please sign up for a dish below - there are several categories to choose from! Dishes should serve 12 people and be delivered to the shelter on Sunday, October 11th, from 3-5pm. Please deliver the food in disposable containers and hot meals as close to 5pm as possible as we are unable to reheat. Thank you!
Want more information? Please contact Brielle at (971) 806-7756 (text/call) or [email protected]
3:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
16141 E Burnside Street, Gresham OR 97233
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