Helping Marion County

Donate

Aware Food Bank

AWARE Food Bank provides food assistance in the Woodburn area. With support from our local community, we collect and distribute nutritious food for children, adults and seniors. See more…

Volunteer

Love Inc

At Love INC, our mission is to connect families in need with the service organizations, government agencies, community programs, and local resources and initiatives that can help them. 

At the heart of Love INC are scores of volunteers motivated by the desire to love and serve people and families in our community. Love INC volunteers pool their time, talent, and treasure to create a network of resources and services that provide real solutions to real needs through real relationships with real people. See more…


Meals On Wheels

NWSDS

NorthWest Senior and Disability Services (NWSDS) is a local intergovernmental agency, created in 1982, contracting with the state of Oregon to deliver services to seniors in Woodburn.
Woodburn Office
2100 Progress Way
Main Line: (503) 981-5138
Toll Free: 1 (888) 257-0138
TTY: (888) 370-4307


Whether it is within the Woodburn community, or in the neighborhood at large, you will find many opportunities to share your talents in Woodburn.

One example is Marion County Emergency Management – CERT

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, and disaster medical operations. Using their training, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event and can take a more active role in preparing their community. The motto is “doing the greatest good for the greatest number of people”. The CERT program is administered by the Department of Homeland Security. Visit their website for more information and the contact in your area. www.co.marion.or.us/PW/EmergencyManagement/CCC/cert


Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Program strengthens communities by helping medical, public health and other volunteers offer their expertise throughout the year as well as during local emergencies and other times of community need. MRC volunteers work in coordination with existing local emergency response programs and also supplement existing community public health initiatives, such as outreach and prevention, immunization programs, blood drives, case management, care planning, and other efforts. Human Health Services administers the MRC program. Visit www.co.marion.or.us/PW/EmergencyManagement/CCC/MRC for more information.