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Your estate plan can be a powerful tool to create lasting change for survivors and their families, and a healthier and safer community for everyone. By naming Raphael House of Portland as a beneficiary for any of the following, you are investing in a future without violence:
If allowed by state law and offered by your financial institution - please check with your estate planning attorney or other representation.
IRA, 401(k), 403(b), etc.
Who do we serve?
Raphael House proudly serves anyone impacted by domestic violence regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, disability, immigration status, primary language, or sexuality.
Multigenerational families with kids (and adults) of all ages are supported, and we welcome companion animals!
Informing us of your gift
If you choose to make a bequest, please let us know so that we can express our appreciation and honor your support.
We understand that estate planning is personal, and you may choose not to inform anyone of your decision. If that is the case, please know that your support of Raphael House of Portland is deeply meaningful. Estate gifts allow us to prepare for long-term organizational growth and provide us with a lasting foundation to ensure that our life-saving services are always available to families when they need them most. Thank you!
Questions about Planned Giving? Please contact our Donor and External Relations Manager Amanda Ives at (503) 243-5116.
At the heart of our approach is is a commitment to lasting change for survivors and their families. We’re working to break the cycle of violence. To rewrite narratives of safety, stability, family, and future. We’re thriving in a culture of hope, and your support makes that possible.