The Angels in the Outfield is a non profit organization seeking to brighten the lives of children who have been impacted by crime or child abuse.

Our mission is to promote healing, happiness, and safety of children through the generosity of our contributors. The services provided to each child will be determined on a case-by-case basis dependent upon each child's specific needs.

In 2017 we approved over $224,000 in referrals for children and their needs, and helped 1,785 children.

Our service area includes Oregon and SW Washington.
2019 Auction
Thank you for supporting Angels in the Outfield through our silent auction, sponsorship, donations, volunteering, and celebrating with us on April 13th. Together we raised funding to support nearly 3,000 children impacted by crime or abuse. One of our annual event goals is to thank you for your continued support and highlight the ways your contributions have brightened the lives of children who fit our mission.

This year the Jill Rascio Award recipients were Josh Henle, Julie Peters, Karla Hofmann, Linda Myers, Bev Simpson, Meghan Looney, and Robin May (the Angels In The Outfield board members).

friends and family
Monday, April 29, 2019
Oregon City McMenamins
102 9th St, Oregon City

From 5pm til close 50% of the proceeds will go to The Angels In The Outfield.
share the holiday spirit
In prior years, Clackamas Woman Shelter volunteers, community partners and staff have put together a “Holiday Store” for participants and their families. The store is located in a designated office space offsite from A Safe Place and helps over 110 families acquire presents for their families each year. Angels in the Outfield will continue with this model and host the event this year in an effort to make participants feel more empowered and individual. Everyone’s goal at CWS & Angels in the Outfield is to give participants the encouragement, resources and knowledge to reach their highest potential, through self-sufficiency and important life skills.

The Oregon City News carried an article about this on Friday, November 23rd. To read a copy of this article click here.

Holiday Store is now closed. The last "shopping day" was December 18th. Thank you for your support.

2018 healing hearts 5k walk
Thank You to all of you who made this event the sucess that it was.

Click here to see a list of our sponsors and pictures of the participants.


Angels in the Outfield was one of the 2014 Small Grants Program recipients from Clackamas County.

The Angels in the Outfield Founder's Video

statesman journal article
Angels help children who are victims of crime.

Statesman Journal article by Natalie Pate, November 22, 2016.