General Community Outreach
In partnership with our friends over at Imago Dei, we're invited to help love our city of Portland really well by coming together to clean up and beauty our local schools. According to Portland's city leadership, one of our city's greatest needs is the cleanup of underfunded schools so that they are ready to welcome students for the new year.
Volunteers to help cleanup at Kelly Elementary, Alder Elementary, and Harrison Park Elementary.
To sign up to serve, contact Alina Alcheyeva using the "Contact" button below. To find out more information about Love Portland, click "Learn More" below.
Beaverton School District Clothes Closet
The BSD Clothes Closet is operated by volunteers during the school year, and offers free clothing for students in grades K-12 from families with limited income.
Volunteers to help organize and sort donations.
Pants for elementary-aged students in sizes 5 to 12
Coats for elementary-aged students in sizes 5 to 12
New underwear and socks for all ages and sizes
Department store shopping bags with handles.
If you're interested in volunteering, or questions about donations, you can contact the Program Coordinator, Johanna Shrout, by clicking "Contact". To learn more about the Clothes Closet, click "Learn More".
This organization mobilizes volunteers to do free construction repairs and remodels that benefit under-resourced homeowners and non-profits around the Portland Metro area.
Volunteers to assist Beaverton woman in moving furniture to renovate her apartment. Entire process should take two days to complete. 8-10 volunteers needed to move furniture in and out of bedrooms. 6-8 volunteers to help remove and install flooring.
Volunteers are also needed for the same project, but to be a loving community to come alongside Liz for a couple of days while renovation and change is happening in her apartment.
If this is something you'd like to help out with, you can connect with Shawn Mitchell at Catalyst NW directly by clicking "Contact". To find out more about the work they've done and are doing, click "Learn More".
the media foundation
The Media Foundation provides funding to the local nonprofit community by converting in-kind media donations (CDs, DVDs, books, video games, software, etc.) into operating capital through the use of a free mobile app. These donations are processed by volunteers and staff and sold online through websites such as Amazon, eBay, Alibris, Half.com, and others. Profits from these sales go directly to their nonprofit partners like Safe Families For Children, Transitional Youth, Periokos, Love Inc. Tigard, etc.
Volunteers to help with cataloging, cleaning, sorting, prioritizing, and filing the book, CD, DVD, video game, and software donations received.
To start volunteering, contact Kelly Simonsen by clicking "Contact" below. To find out more information, click "Learn More."