Join us June 14th for Friends and Family night at the Bagdad Pub! We get 50% of the proceeds from 5pm-12am!







We are so excited to be at the Bagdad Pub on June 14th for Friends and Family Night.  We get 50% off of the proceeds all night long.  Come have a pint, a pop, a meal with us.

We have one of the best raffles planned we have ever had.  This year we have: Bonneville Hot Springs, the Inn at Cannon Beach, Zoo Concert Series~Chicago, Timbers Tickets, Anatomy Tattoo, and Robot Tattoo.

You can buy ahead or you can buy tickets there. If you want to buy ahead this year, https://www.raffleriver.com/app/raffle/4128-Raffle-For-Rahabs-Sisters/


6 chances to win.  6!

Come join us!  See you there!!
Calling all Sisters: Announcing our wonderful Annual Event, Mother's Tea.





Mothers, daughters, friends and neighbors come along and enjoy a fabulous classic afternoon tea party with friends!
 Saturday, May 7th, 2016 from 2:00-4:30pm in the Parish Hall of St. John the Evangelist Episcopal in Milwaukie Afternoon festivities will consist of a guest speaker, fantastic silent auction, piano music and much more!
Plus a variety of tea choices, delicious sweet and savory treats, flavorful finger sandwiches and plenty of pastries will be provided.

 Bring a donation of packaged panties to support women in need and earn bonus raffle tickets!






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Thank You for your service Adele

Adele Kubein served with Rahab’s Sisters and was a board member for our organization up until 2015.  

When thinking of Adele these words come to mind:
         Compassion
         Empathy
         Kindness
         Involved and Committed Board Member
         Kitchen Boss
         Radical Hospitality
         Street Smart
         Justice
         Vision
         Dedicated Volunteer
         Intolerance for children going hungry
         Mentor to the grant writing process


Adele in her time with Rahab’s Sisters helped expand the meaning and practice of radical hospitality. Adele was a survivor of homelessness and the sex industry who this past Spring was awarded her Doctorate of Anthropology by Oregon State University. She will be missed.