Cully Blvd Alliance works closely with many community partners. These are some of the resources in our neighborhood. If you have other questions or suggestions for this list, please contact us.
Cully Farmers Market
The Cully Farmers Market, located in the heart of the 42nd Ave Business District, is dedicated to bringing local growers and artisans to neighborhood consumers.
Hacienda Community Development Corporation (CDC)
Hacienda CDC is a Latino Community Development Corporation that strengthens families by providing affordable housing, homeownership support, economic advancement and educational opportunities.
Through its work in NE Portland’s Cully Neighborhood, Living Cully reinterprets sustainability as an anti-poverty strategy by concentrating environmental investments at the neighborhood scale and braiding those investments with traditional community development resources.
6899 NE Columbia Blvd. Suite A, Portland, OR 97218
Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)
Founded by the community, for the community, NAYA is a family of numerous tribes and voices who are rooted in sustaining tradition and building cultural wealth. We provide culturally-specific programs and services that guide our people in the direction of personal success and balance through cultural empowerment. Our continuum of lifetime services create a wraparound, holistic healthy environment that is Youth Centered, Family Driven, Elder Guided.
Our 42nd Ave.
Our 42nd Avenue is economic development by the community, for the community. We are a collection of residents, business owners, local employees, commercial property owners, community institutions and others who have partnered to ensure that economic change benefits the people of 42nd Avenue in an inclusive way. We are a connecting point and a conduit for community collaboration.
Verde serves communities by building environmental wealth through Social Enterprise, Outreach, and Advocacy. Since 2005, Verde has brought new environmental investments to Portland’s neighborhoods, involved community members in the planning and building of these investments, and ensured that low-income people and people of color directly benefited from the investments.