Food Security

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Marshallese Leaders Summit in Oregon

Message – We are honored to be able to present an opportunity to the Marshallese community by introducing the process of applying for a 501(c)3 nonprofit. We got to share our experiences at the first annual Marshallese Leaders Summit in Oregon!

Thank you to everyone who came out and everyone who made this summit possible
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#marshallese #leadership #oregon #marshallislands #micronesian #community #pacifcislander #nonprofit

Oregon Marshallese Community Association
Oregon Pacific Islander Coalition
Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese
Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon – APANO
COFA Alliance National Network
Pacific Islander Health Partnership
Marshallese Community Organization of Hawai’i (MCOH)
Oregon Health Authority

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Free Fishing days February 19-20

Living Islands would like to remind the Palauan community that our partners at Oregon Fish and Wildlife will host Free Fishing days on February 19th & 20th. On those days, you do not need a license to fish anywhere in Oregon.

So get out there and catch some fish!

Visit the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for more information: https://fb.me/e/1X6nOWrRK

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Vaccination and food resources to nearly 200 Micronesians

Living Islands, Micronesian Islander Community, OMCA, Utopia PDX, and Village Church joined forces with Kaiser Permanente today to vaccinate and deliver food resources to nearly 200 Micronesians in Salem, Oregon.

Vaccinations and food resources to nearly 200 Micronesians in Salem!
Living Islands, Micronesian Islander Community, Oregon Marshallese Community Association, Utopia PDX – United Territories of Pacific Islanders Alliance Portland, and Village Church joined forces with Kaiser Permanente on Saturday the 13th to vaccinate and deliver food resources to nearly 200 Micronesians in Salem, Oregon.
Thank you to all our volunteers and staff for their hard work!

 

Our next vaccination clinic will be a drive-through in Beaverton, on Saturday the 20th.

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The last Christmas food drop-off

It’s been a long but rewarding month. Late tonight we dropped off the last meal for a Covid-19 isolated community member.

Next year we will do our best to continue to work with state, counties, and cities to provide more resources for our communities, but for now, it’s time for us to wish you all a safe and merry Christmas – may the next year provide better opportunities for us all.

Merry Christmas!

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