Free Geek is where retired electronic devices can find new life. Free Geek staff and volunteers work hard to refurbish the electronics we receive. We maintain strict data security standards when processing any data-bearing devices that pass through our facility. By choosing us as your e-cycler, your electronics will be properly disposed, or given back to the community through our digital inclusion programs.
The Soul District Business Association (formerly known as NNEBA) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit that has been promoting and sustaining the economic and business development of inner urban North/Northeast Portland since 1977. We are a voice, advocate, facilitator and catalyst for approximately 5,000 businesses and 58,000 residents within our district boundaries. We are also the lead implementer of the Green Lighting Black Lives Matter Youth Media Project.
Green Lighting Black Lives Matter Youth Media Project
Self Enhancement, Inc (SEI) is dedicated to guiding underserved youth to realize their full potential. Working with schools, families, and partner community organizations, SEI provides support, guidance, and opportunities to achieve personal and academic success. SEI brings hope to individual young people and enhances the quality of community life.
The Reynolds School District confirmed in 1954 as a consolidation of the Fairview, Troutdale and Wilkes elementary school districts. The district spans from 141st Avenue to the Sandy River and from the Columbia River on the North to SE Market Street and SE Stark Street to the South. The district serves Portland, Gresham, Fairview, Wood Village and Troutdale.
This program provides employment services and comprehensive social services to people who receive welfare but want to get off welfare. Our program helps them do so through Jobs Opportunities Basic Skills (JOBS) Plus, a subsidized work program. Participants are traditionally underserved job seekers from diverse backgrounds. They receive comprehensive employment training tailored to their individual needs, including job search assistance/placement and tuition assistance.
REAP is a year around multicultural youth leadership program committed to empowering the next wave of leaders. REAP works with students in grades 3rd through 12th, who represent our most at-risk student population.