SE Uplift joined Urban League of Portland, Portland United Against Hate and other community organizations to testify in support of Portland City Council’s Proclamation of November 13th as Mulugeta Seraw Day.more »
After the violent shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh this fall, Rabbi Debra shared some words that could help us unite in love and hold one another closer.more »
Fiscal Sponsorship extends a nonprofit’s tax-exempt status to other start-up organizations, groups and individuals so that they can engage in fundraising activities for a project. SE Uplift now accepting applications for projects that need a fiscal sponsor.more »
SE Uplift Community & Civic Engagement Small Grant applications now open!
Up to $4,000 available for projects that create, impact and encourage civic participation, especially in under-engaged communities.
We asked a handful of SE Portland residents about their preferred voting method and if they have any tips on getting their vote in! Here’s what they said.more »
We are a week away from Oregon midterm elections! Halloween is over, don’t let the “Spooky SZN” (Spooky Season) continue– vote your conscience!more »
While neighbors in SE weigh in on local Land Use & transportation projects, there are planners also focusing on Statewide projects. Here is an overview of the recent Planning Conference.more »