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Support BHOB

Bethlehem House of Bread provides free food to over 300 hungry families per month. At a time when 1 in 7 Oregonians are food insecure, BHOB fills an important need in the community by making sure fewer of our neighbors go to bed hungry.

There are many ways to give and donate to Bethlehem House of Bread: 

Financial Donations

Click here to donate through Tigard United Methodist Church. Make sure to select “Bethlehem House of Bread” (BHOB).

Many employers will match your donation dollar for dollar. We encourage you to find out if your company participates in a matching program.

Food & Goods

Here are the most helpful types of donations:

  • Unexpired, nonperishable food
  • Garden produce
  • Baby food, formula, diapers
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Clothing (new or gently used)
  • New kids’ backpacks, school supplies
  • Books (for the Little Free Library)
  • Dog and cat food

Host a Food Drive

If you work in an office setting or a similar business environment, we’d love for you to host a food drive to support the mission of BHOB – it’s a fun way to engage employees while helping feed neighboring families.

BHOB will provide flyers to distribute in your office and any additional promotional support needed.

To start a food drive or for any questions, reach out to Linda Dove, pastoral director at BHOB at bethlehemhouseofbread@gmail.com or call her directly at 503-639-3181 ext. 1.

Support BHOB Through Everyday Shopping

You can support BHOB through everyday shopping at Fred Myer. By designating BHOB as your nonprofit, you’ll be helping us fulfill our mission to feed those who are hungry in body and spirit at a table where all are welcome.
Whenever you use your Rewards Card, Fred Meyer will donate a portion of eligible purchases to BHOB.

Linking your Rewards Card is easy and takes just a few minutes. Visit Fred Meyer to get started. Be sure to choose BHOB (#80959) as your organization of choice.

If you don’t have a Rewards Card you can get one at the Customer Service desk of any Fred Meyer.