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Healthy Youth Program, Linus Pauling Institute
When: March 8th, 1-4pm
Where: Lincoln School Garden, 110 SE Alexander Ave
Description: Don’t be scared of the cold and rain--come get some exercise and help the community! What we will do: Build pathways, and garden beds. We have the work gloves and the tools, but we need the man and woman power to complete projects that are too hard for the kids!
Volunteers needed: 10
Volunteer Requirements: It’s on, RAIN OR SHINE! So, bring your coat and your boots, and please wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. A signed volunteer waiver is required and will be provided the day of the event.
Contact Info: Amoreena Guerrero, Garden Educator Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org, Please include 'WORK PARTY RSVP' in the subject line of the email
Willow Planting at Benton County Restoration Site
When: Monday, March 17th, 12:30-3:00
Where: Dunawi Creek on 53rd and Reservoir Rd. across from the Benton County Fairgrounds
Description: Come join us on St. Patrick's Day for a willow cutting and planting project at Dunawi Creek!
Volunteer Requirements: Bring boots and gloves and be prepared to get muddy!
Contact Info: Please RSVP to Crystal Durbecq at email@example.com if you're interested.
Volunteer with Corvallis Homeless Shelter
When: Now until March 17, 2014
Where: Men's Overnight Shelter, 4th and Western, Corvallis
Description: The Men's Overnight Shelter is operated by the Corvallis Homeless Shelter Coalition from Nov.15-March 15. The shelter is open from 7pm until 7am and has beds for 40 men. Volunteers staff the shelter from 7pm until 11p.m. when a paid staff person and a volunteer arrive. The paid staff person stays awake all night, the volunteer is a sleeper who is there in case the volunteer needs help. It is a easy way to get 8 hours of community service, you just have to sleep! There is internet service if students wish to study etc.
Number of Volunteers Needed: 1
Volunteer Requirements: Volunteers should bring their own bedding such as a sleeping bag and pillow and any other person al items for overnight.
Contact Info: Aleita Hass-Holcomb at 541-740-3235
Students Today Leaders Forever Spring Break: Pay it Forward!
When: Friday, March 21, to Saturday, March 29
Where: Corvallis, OR to Phoenix, AZ
Description: As a newer organization on campus, STLF is taking great strides to make our name known throughout Oregon State. We are excited to send out our second spring break 2014 Pay It Forward Tour from Corvallis to Phoenix Arizona! The tour is an amazing opportunity to spend your spring break volunteering with a unique organization in a new community each day and develop friendships that will last far beyond the nine day trip – not to mention traveling to six cities across four different states! We can promise you that this trip will be a positively impactful experience, and we invite you to join us as we pay it forward to improve not only ourselves, but also communities hundreds of miles away.
Number of Volunteers Needed: 45
Contact Info: Mary Johnson at Contact@osustlf.org
Childcare and Family Resources Bring your Kid to Campus Day!
When: April 25th, 9 am- 5 pm
Where: OSU Main Campus, multiple buildings
Description: Childcare & Family Resources hosts an annual Bring Your Kids to Campus Day event in coordination with the national Bring Your Son/Daughter to work day. There are various activities for families to participate in throughout the day and volunteers are needed at each activity to sign the families in and distribute information. Some activities include: family bowling, art activities, tours, family swim, family climb, zumba, gymnastics and more!
Volunteers needed: 20
Contact Info: Erika Woosley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer for The National Multiple Sclerosis Society Walk MS
When: Saturday, May 3, 10:00 am (8 am-12 pm for volunteers)
Where: Helen Berg Plaza, First Street and Jackson Street, Corvallis
Description: Are you ready to join the Walk MS Army? Go to www.walkmsoregon.com and choose your location from the drop down menu > then select VOLUNTEER Volunteer Opportunities for Walk MS 2014: Whatever role you play, we make it FUN and meaningful.
• Set-up & Clean-up
• Delivery Support
• Rest Stop Support
• Food Service
• Route Monitors
• Volunteer Check-In
Volunteers needed: 8
Contact Info: Wendy Allison at Wendy.Allison@nmss.org