Agency and Other Non-Profit Relationships
“We couldn’t do what we do without Birch.” ~Helene W., Crossroads Food Bank
Birch Community Services partners with over 70 nonprofits, churches, and other agencies who are serving those in need in the Northwest. These agencies include homeless shelters, food pantries, domestic violence shelters, and substance abuse centers. Some of these agencies serve clientele as far away as the Oregon coast and the Cascades mountain town of Welches. These agencies regularly serve up to 15,000 individuals with the food BCS provides.
Agencies pay a service fee of $125 and shop once a week, receiving 2,000-10,000 lbs of food and clothing each week. Due to the nature of our donations, BCS is unable to take specific orders from agencies but there will always be a wide variety of items available.
Birch also has reciprocal partnerships with agencies, where we both give and receive products to other nonprofits to work together to maximize our reach and variety we all offer our clientele.
Service Fee Payment
BCS policy only allows the use of debit cards for online payment. We also accept in-person check payments, or you may mail check payments in. We are currently not accepting cash.
If you have any questions about payments, please email email@example.com.
On the payment page, you may login to your PayPal account to complete the transaction. If you do not have a PayPal account, you can set one up for free, or you can choose to Pay using a Debit Card by clicking the link below the Login button.
On the payment page, you may login to your PayPal account to complete the transaction. If you do not have a PayPal account, you can set one up for free, or you can choose to Pay using a Debit Card by clicking the gray button at the bottom.
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Birch's Agency Partners
Click below to view a list of our 2020 agencies who have received over three million pounds of food from Birch Community Services.
Agencies receive over three million pounds of food each year. Below are current Birch Agencies.
- Basic Needs (Calvary Chapel Southeast)
- Beautiful Portland
- Calvary Chapel Worship Center
- Children’s Club, Inc.
- Church of the Nazarene Adonai
- Clark County Food Bank*
- Clatskanie Baptist Church
- Colton Helping Hands, Inc.
- Columbia Gorge Helping Hands Program
- Compassion 360
- Constructing Hope
- Crossroads Food Bank*
- Do Good Multnomah
- East County Aid and Comfort
- Emmanuel Community Services
- Estacada Area Food Bank
- Felida Bible Church
- Free Food Ministries
- Freedom House Ministries
- Gethsemane Ministries
- Gleaners of Clackamas County*
- Harvest Christian Church
- Hope Station Community Services, Inc.*
- Henry’s Day Shelter
- Henry’s St. Vincent DePaul
- House of Myrrh Ministries
- Inn His Care
- John The Baptist St. Vincent DePaul
- Lifeline Connections
- Live Love Center (NW)
- Mary Magdalene Parish ( The Madeleine)
- Mission Teens, Inc. (Northwest Bible Training Center)
- Mother & Child Education Center
- Need 2 Feed (As Is Church)
- New Life Friends Church
- No One Left Behind
- On The Move Ministries
- Pacific Northwest Outreach*
- Portland Adventist Community Services (PACS)
- Portland Lents Foursquare (Revolution Foursquare Church)
- Portland Rescue Mission*
- Potluck in the Park
- Reedwood Friends Church
- Rita’s SVdP
- Salvation Army Corps (Gresham)
- Sanctuary Church Food Pantry*
- Set Free Christian Fellowship
- Shepherd’s Gate Church
- Skagit Gleaners*
- South Kelso Neighborhood Association
- Sunshine Division
- Straightway Services
- Teen Challenge Men
- Templo El Monte Calvario
- The Bridge – PDX
- The Father’s Heart Street Ministry
- The Redeemed Christian Church of God Chapel of Mercy
- Tigard Community Friends Church FoodShare Pantry
- Tremont Church Food Pantry
- Union Gospel Mission*
- Waste Not Food Taxi
- Waves of Grace NW
- Won By One Church
- Zarephath’s Pantry
*Reciprocal organization that both gives and receives from Birch