Vietnamese Community in Portland, OR

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1. Vietnamese Christian Community Church

2720 SE 17th AvePortland, OR 97202

(503) 841-2992
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Helpful Reviews 
Northwest Housing Alternatives
Michael M. rated

I live at Roselyn Apartments which is owned by Northwest Housing Alternatives. As a gay man I want to say Northwest Housing Alternatives is NOT LGBT friendly.

Better Business Bureau
Roger J. rated

Banfield Pet Hospital Took out a pet contract for my daughter's puppy with surgery as part of the program. My daughter was highly allergic to the dog, so had to find a new home for him. Tried to adjust my contract since he never had the surgery and they would not allow it. Corporate greed at it's finest. Portland, you should be proud to have such a scrupulous company in you community to get more tax revenue for services not rendered.

Golden Harvesters, Inc.
Regina G. rated

The correct address is 8100 N Lombard Harvesters provides up to 50 lbs of food 2x a week in exchange for just $20 and 2 hours of volunteer work per month. The food is predominantly donated by Portland businesses, with some select items purchased at very low cost from the Oregon Food Bank. Established in 1988, this cooperative is run completely by volunteers and has been helping low income residents of Portland for 25 years.LIKE Golden Harvesters on Facebook to stay connected to other members, read articles, find recipes using ingredients from the co-op, and view photos and a promotional video!