Resources for Aid & Assistance

Serving Others

  • Vaccine Clinics at St. Michael’s

    In partnership with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the language institute Edúcate Ya, St. Michael’s is hosting two upcoming vaccine clinics in the next month or so, on Thursdays, February 10 and March 3, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. No appointments are necessary, and initial vaccines and boosters will be available for no cost to those five years of age and over. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will both be available. No insurance information is required, but please bring your vaccination card or a picture of it.

  • COVID-19 Reabriendo las puertas
  • A Peachy Story for School-Age Kids


    Check out this wonderful YouTube offering from New Zealand director, Taika Waititi and a myriad of film stars who read aloud Roald Dahl’s children’s classic, James and the Giant Peach.

Personal assistance during the “stay-at-home” restrictions

This link covers those looking for help buying food, looking for work, rent or mortgage assistance, and other personal and family needs. This list of resources is provided by Portland Community College. Accessing all of the resources you need to support yourself, your family, and your community are critical during these challenging times. Public benefits, resources and services are designed to respond to the needs of the community. When you access benefits and services, don’t worry that you’re taking resources away from someone else in need.

Business related issues for managers, owners, and other entrepreneurs

If you are a business manager, owner, or other entrepreneur experiencing various stresses resulting from the current restrictions, the resources provided at the following link are intended for you. This information is provided by Greater Portland, Inc. Greater Portland Inc (GPI) provides support and services to companies seeking to relocate or expand in Greater Portland, a region that spans two states and seven counties. A true public-private partnership model, GPI is supported by 90 public-sector partners and private investors who are committed to advancing regional economic development through job growth and investment.

The following links were originally posted on the Trinity Cathedral website and include some of the basic COVID-19 information as well as links to The Episcopal Church.