Our Mission

Metropolitan Family Service helps people move beyond the limitations of poverty, inequity and social isolation.

Our Vision

A world where children never go hungry, young people are always educated, families are financially stable, older adults remain connected and all humans are healthy, happy and cared for.

Our Work

Children & Youth

Health & Wellness

Economic Stability

Our Reach

At Home

In School

In the Community

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Oregon Croquet Classic

Oregon Croquet Classic

Proceeds benefit Metropolitan Family Service & four other local nonprofits!

The Oregon Croquet Classic is on sale now! Join us on July 21 for an afternoon at Stoller Family Estate benefiting five local nonprofits. Your ticket includes a gourmet BBQ lunch prepared by Stoller’s executive chef, wine tastings, live music and of course… croquet, with local experts instructing on the finer points of the game. Buy your tickets today: www.OregonCroquetClassic.com

Kate Brown Visits RSG

Governor Kate Brown Visits MFS Ready, Set, Go!

We were recently honored to have Oregon Governor Kate Brown visit our early learning Ready, Set, Go! program at Bilquist Elementary. Many thanks to the North Clackamas School District and Superintendent Matt Utterback for hosting this visit! Ready, Set, Go! is a unique early childhood program that is showing strong results for children’s social-emotional learning and readiness for Kindergarten.
In addition to discussing the approach and outcomes of R,S,G, with staff from MFS and NCSD, Governor Brown reached out directly to families to get their impression of their experience, commenting afterwards: “These parents clearly love this program”.
MFS currently has four RSG sites in the Portland metro area and we plan to expand to 10 sites. For more info about Ready, Set, Go! visit our website!  Watch a watch a short KOIN 6 news segment on RSG!

Thu and Sam

Cooking Classes from MFS Hunger Relief Team

Last Thursday, MFS Hunger Relief programs held a Vietnamese cooking class at West Powellhurst, led by MFS Hunger Relief AmeriCorps member Thu Le, and two Vietnamese community members. They taught parents, students and volunteers how to make Vietnamese salad rolls and peanut sauce, sticky coconut rice, and a Vietnamese chicken and vegetable soup. 🥥🍲🍴

Each family took home a bag of healthy groceries and recipes! Thank you, Portland Children’s Levy for the support!

This is one of THIRTY healthy cooking workshops being held by the MFS Hunger Relief team at our SUN Schools!