Updated November 1st, 2023
Weekly Food Distribution
We are currently open every Saturday from 1pm-2pm. We offer supplemental food aid to those in need. The Tualatin Valley Gleaners is still going through program changes at this time, and the current website is under construction.
Applications are available on site at the distribution every Saturday. from 1-2 pm
@ 9100 SW Wilshire St. Portland, OR 97225
If you need to contact us, please feel free to reach out:
firstname.lastname@example.org - 503-808-0385
We are a FOOD WITH DIGNITY organization, where those in need can participate in their own food relief efforts.
We are working to move forward in our Holiday Baskets of Joy program with the sponsorship of Ahava Ministries. Applications for the Holiday toy program will not be accepted until December.
Our mission in the community:
Is to help people help themselves to meet the needs of their households by the following:
To provide food, aid and other assistance to the low-income, disabled, children and elderly in the Tualatin Valley, Oregon area.
Tualatin Valley Gleaners is a supplemental food program serving the greater Washington County Area, made up of low-income members of the community working together in collaboration to promote food security for all. The TVG incorporated in 2005 and began their mission of providing a stable way for families in need to access quality nutritious foods on a weekly basis.
Our clients gain more than just food by attending the gleaners each week. We focus on dignity and compassion for others in need. By offering a variety of information and services, we are hoping to provide the members with stability and tools for self-sufficiency in their lives.
Weekly Food Support for low-income individuals
Gardening education at the Giving Gardens - Beaverton Oregon
Cooking and Food Preservation Classes
Harvesting through nature - Farm2Forest, Tree Harvesting
SNAP- Housing- Health Insurance information/referral
Advocacy skills to promote independence
Holiday Program for budget success
Work experience through volunteering in various positions
Letters of work recommendations (after completing volunteer requirements)
Civil Rights and Discrimination video training
Food Safety Training
A strong local community support group
In accordance with federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity.
Come See Us :
9100 SW Wilshire St.
Portland, OR 97229