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Address: Various sites Portland,OR 97209
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Address: 17780 NE San Rafael Street Portland,OR 97230
Food Sorting, Preparing for classes. Birch can use individual volunteers on M/W/F from 9 am to 5 pm without prior scheduling. Please volunteer for at least two hours =so that we can make the most out of your travel and time commitments. Scheduling is required at all other times by contacting the office at 503.251.5431. For groups of 3 or more: https://www.birchcommunityservices.org/participate/volunteer/group-guidelines/
Address: 310 NW Glisan Street Portland,OR 97209
Contact: Dennis Arnold at 503-226-3911 or email him at email@example.com.
Food Services Volunteer Opportunities
We serve 3 meals per day Monday thru Saturday (Closed Sunday). Breakfast is from 6:30 am to 7:30 am(arrive by 6:00 am) Lunch is from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm (arrive by 11:00 am) and Dinner service is from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm (arrive by 4:30 pm).
The job assignments we have available to our volunteers are as follows:
-Cook’s Helper (plating the food)
-Food Server (bringing the food out to the guests)
-Busser (clearing the tables of dirty plates and cups)
-Beverages (keeping the coffee, water and/or juice filled).
We have over 5000 volunteers; schedule fills up quickly. Call Dennis Arnold at 503-226-3911 once you have picked your specific dates and which meal service you would like to volunteer for (breakfast, lunch or dinner).
12 volunteers maximum per meal service. More info: http://www.blanchethouse.org/volunteer-opportunities/
Children 12 years and older welcome to volunteer.
Address: 232 NW 6th Avenue Portland,OR 97209
Contact: Peter Russell
Portland homeless charity & volunteering opportunities.
You can serve as:
Living Room Volunteer at the Old Town Recovery Center
On-Call Events Volunteer - Public Affairs
Music Therapy Volunteer at Old Town Clinic or the Letty Owings Center.
On-Call Administrator Volunteer - Administration
Please go to webpage to apply as a volunteer.
Address: 1731 SE 10th Ave Portland,OR 97214
Contact: 503.232.9350 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Geek is a Portland-based nonprofit offering free computers, technology and education powered by reuse & recycling.
Free Geek offers a wide range of classes free to our volunteers and the general public, unless otherwise specified. Classes range from basic introductions to computers, to starting your first website and learning how to program. They are constantly adding new classes and looking for volunteer instructors. There is volunteerism available in Spanish and English.
Address: 619 SW 11th Avenue, Suite 300 Portland,OR 97205
Contact: 503.200.3355 / email@example.com
Everyone can do something for the community. At Hands On Greater Portland, we develop this potential in volunteers. We connect them with opportunities to feed the hungry, teach our children, house the homeless, restore our environment and meet other important community needs. Many of the volunteering projects can be done in a day or over a longer period of time.
Address: 1001 SW 5th Avenue,Suite 2200 Portland,OR 97204
Contact: Steven Pixley firstname.lastname@example.org
Portland Parks & Recreation offers a variety of fun and rewarding volunteer opportunities at sites across the city! Annually, Portlanders volunteer over 450,000 hours with us to help make our parks great! Volunteer coaches, teacher aides, and mentors are always needed in our youth programs - and the parks, gardens, and natural areas welcome extra hands.
Ongoing and one-day projects are available and no experience is necessary!
Required: Name, states where you have lived for several years and date of birth. Application information does not require a social security number.
We serve as employers and as volunteer recruiters.
Address: 16126 SE Stark St Portland,OR 97233
"Rosewood is a neighborhood space where you can help the community as you improve yourself. Neighbors come here to interact with one another, work on projects and feel safe. Rosewood builds capacity in the neighborhood by helping people learn useful skills and by connecting friends, partners and resources."
-Engage with emerging community leaders at the Rosewood center and in the community
-Build community pride and cohesion through planning and participating in meetings, activities and events
-Connect with neighbors, businesses and partner organizations to increase our collective impact
and much more: -event set-up, management, clean-up, projects and more. There is always a need for bilingual volunteers.
Address: 3910 SE Stark Street Portland,OR 97214
Contact: Camille McDaniel
Serving persons in need for Portland metro area.
Address: 133 SW 2nd Ave, Suite 304 Portland,OR 97204
1) Complete a Volunteer Application (online)
2) Attend a Group Orientation: our Program Coordinator will contact you to schedule your orientation date.
3) Start Volunteering!
• Community readings volunteers help with set up, clean up, registration, hospitality, giving directions, photography, snacks, book sales
• Evening shifts at our office, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. We will notify volunteers of these shifts via email. Volunteers may help with: mailings, book production, or prepare for events
• Mailing parties: Work on mailing in small teams: fold, write, stuff, seal and stamp news and mailings
• Office shift volunteers: 2 hour shifts during office hours helping staff with various tasks