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Adventure Childrens MuseumAmelia541-653-9629Admissions desk, gift shop, intern as graphic designers,exhibit designers, read stories and more!adventurechildrensmuseum.org
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American Council of the BlindMarthana Gulielmo541-726-4606http://www.acboforegon.org/
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American Heart Association
Betheheart.org/schools
1-877-AGA-4CPRYou will be sent materials for learning CPR and then you will use kits to train other peoplehttp://ahainstructornetwork.americanheart.org/AHAECC/classConnector.jsp?pid=ahaecc.classconnector.home
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American Red Cross Service Team (FAST) First Aid Service TeamAndrew Swift541-344-5244Meeting first Tuesday every month. You will be trainin in first aid and volunteer at Autzen Stadium, Marathons, and many other events.http://www.redcross.org/local/oregon/locations/eugene
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Alzheimer's AssociationDebra Wineman541-345-8392Special events, ealth fairs, speaker's bureau, office work, janitorial, create your own opporunityhttp://www.alz.org/oregon/in_my_community_17269.asp
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Bags of LoveAnette541-357-4957Provides comfort gift bags to children who are in crisis- ongoing help needed sewing and filling bagshttp://bagsofloveinc.org/
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Bethel School StoresChris Fergusoncfergy51@hotmail.comCashier help at Malabon and/or Fairfield Elementary Schools the last day of the school week from 7:30 a.m.-8:15 a.m.
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Beyong WarAnne O'Brian541-517-3601Read abd Review books. People intered in helping us (coaching) with our social media presence, in translating our pamphlets into a foreign language with in which they are fluent, and in starting a discussion group regarding either The Third Side y William Ury re, How we fight and how we can stop, or The Nonviolence Handbook by Michael Nagler. http://beyondwarnw.org/about-beyond-war-northwest/find-a-local-group/university-of-oregon-beyond-war/
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Cascades Raptor Center541-485-1320Work with animals. moring, afternoon, and evening shifts. Minimim age is 18. http://cascadesraptorcenter.org/
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Courageous KidsIsa Jennings541-242-8693Grief support for youthhttp://www.courageouskidsoregon.org/
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Centro Latino AmericanoTrevor Whitbread541-687-2667Lap assistant, office duties, administration type opportunitieshttp://centrolatinoamericano.org/
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City of Eugene RecreationMelinda Zega541-682-8329Adaptive recreation, aquatics, adult 50+, athletics, youth and faily serviceshttps://www.eugene-or.gov/139/Recreation
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Center for Dialogue and ResolutionTim McCabe541-344-5366Mediation training located at 2200 Coburg Rd. Be an impartial mediator with businesses, schools, non-profit, government agencies, neighbors, famileshttp://www.lanecdr.org/
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Downtown LanguagesBrook Edwards541-686-8483Family literacy program is most volunteers. Classroom, tutoring/conversation partner, office of classroom prep, serving on Board of Directors. https://downtownlanguages.org/
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Environmental Law AllianceKristen ext. 100541-687-8454Language translators for lawyers around the world. Really have need for spanish speakers.
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Eugene Public LibraryLaura Phillips541-682-8316Prep items for check out, projects for kids, create displays, clean and organize bookshttps://www.eugene-or.gov/130/Eugene-Public-Library
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Eugene Police Safety Town 2017Officer Aaron Johns541-682-5189Two week training for Pre-Kinder and Kinder studnets about safetyhttps://www.eugene-or.gov/956/Police-Events-and-Camps
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Eugene OutdoorsLorna Baldwin541-954-1082Scheduled projects on Saturday morning including: trail building, community garden, tree planting, blackberry/ivy removal. Also can do special projects of students of 10 or more.
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Festival of TreesKathryn McNeal541-228-3007Transform Valley River Inn into Lane County'spremier holiday extravaganza. Variety of shifts and duties availablehttps://www.facebook.com/The-Festival-of-Trees-144114842294226/
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Food for Lane County- Churchill Garden
Molly Bullock or Jen Anonia
541-343-2822https://www.facebook.com/pages/Food-for-Lane-County-Churchill-Garden/1383317771901616
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Food for Lane CountySheyla541-343-2822Weekday evenings: Food Rescue Express | Saturdays: Garden Project | Summer Vacation: Summer Lunch programhttps://foodforlanecounty.org/volunteer/
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Food for Lane County- Food DistributionMary541-688-20272nd and 4th Saturdays of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church located at 255 Macweel Rd. Also green, farm, and kitchen projects. https://foodforlanecounty.org/volunteer/
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Girl Scouts541-485-5911Work with troops of all ages, volunteer at individual eventshttp://www.girlscoutsosw.org/
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GreenhillKristi Chizacky541-689-1503 ext. 114Kennel care, dog walker, cattery care assistant, cattery companion, special events ream, front office prep, small animal room scoialization, administrative office assistant. http://www.green-hill.org/
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Global Perspectives for YouthLuAnn or Susanne541-852-8600Host a Chinese student for a number of weeks in July or August. Students only spend evenings and weekends at home. Stipend to cover expenses. http://www.gpyinternational.org/
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Habitat for HumanityAmanda Adams541-741-1707Volunteer events, construction, and office help. 16 years and olderhttp://www.sehabitat.org/
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Head Start of Lane CountyBonnie Middleton541-747-2425Must 18 and pass a background check. Classroom, special projects, gardening, facilities, and more!https://www.hsolc.org/
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Hosea Youth Service541-344-5583Bring hope to the homeless. Drop-in Center Help, cooking, serving meals, cleaning, hanging out with kids, referral services, special event coordination, thrift store help, administrative helphttp://www.hoseayouth.org/
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Hult Center (SHO)Sherrie541-682-5733Volunteers have to be 18. There is a $45.00 yearly membership fee, waived for students 18-22. Students are trained for all positions and make a commitment to work serverla shows throughout the year. Assignment are usually make two made two months in advance. 3-4 socials per year.
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Kennedy Middle SchoolMichelle Bierman541-521-0959Tutor: One hour a week from 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
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Kindtree/Autism Rocks541-521-7208Summer camp, art program, support groups. Austism awarenesshttps://kindtree.org/
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Lane Blood Center541-484-9112Assist with rebooking donor appointments, prepare and serve refreshments, and clean canteen area for donors, interact with donors OR ** coordinate a blood drive here at Churchill!http://www.laneblood.org/
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Leukemia and Lumphoma SocietyNadia Pierre541-345-0212Pennie for Patienrs: fully outlined course to raise money for Leukemia and Lymphomahttps://www.lls.org/oregon-sw-washington-idaho-montana-chapter
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Lane County Sheriff's Office
Sergeant Carrie Carver
541-682-4197Under 18- Search and Rescue Explorer Program. Over 18- Corrections, crime prevention, amature radio, operators, search and rescue, neighborhood watch, information volunteers. https://www.lanecounty.org/government/county_departments/sheriff_s_office
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Lane County Search and RescueNick Wedmore541-517-0859If you are Under 18- Search and Rescue Explorers. Over 18- Mounted posse, helicopter rescure, water rescure, dive team, ski patrol, search dogs, mountain rescue, dune patrol. http://www.co.lane.or.us/cms/One.aspx?portalId=3585881&pageId=5370416
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Little Friends ChildcareLaurel541-688-0654Gain hands-on experience in early childhood educationhttp://childcarecenter.us/provider_detail/little_friends_childrens_center_eugene_or
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Meals on WheelsRoz Fox541-607-5065Portioning packing, food deliveryhttps://foodforlanecounty.org/meals-on-wheels-moves-in/
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MECCA (Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts541-302-1810Ongoing and numerous opportunities to teach art classes to youth, plan fundraising, do community outreach and morehttp://www.materials-exchange.org/
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Maude Kerns Art Center
Tanna Shae Konemann
541-345-1571Summer art camp interns and classes throughout the year
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Middle School Mentor ProgramVaries by SchoolVaries by SchoolSpend time with your student, play games, help with homework, outdoor activities, ATA, Cal Young, Kelly Kennedy, Madison, Monroe, Roosevelt, and Spenser Butte.
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McCornack Elementary SchoolSheryl Konold, Cheryle or Londa541-790-5800Have 4th period free and/or home students with homeowrk from 2:00-3:00 p.m. ALSO! Recess opportunities anywhere from 9:25 a.m.- 12:25 p.m. get a free lunch!Apply here: https://www.helpcounterweb.com/welcome/apply.php?district=eugene
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Museum of Natural and Cultural HistoryRuth Hyde541-346-1717Exhibit hall interpreterhttp://natural-history.uoregon.edu/
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Nearby NatureJo Niedeck541-687-9699 #2Summer day camps for 3 to 11 year olds
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Next Step RecyclingNancy Retzman541-686-2366Sort Electronics, work in re-use store, dismantle computers, test components, and rebuild computers. Get a free computer!
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Northwest Youth Corps Program541-349-5055Outdoor work and much more. During school yea and during the summer. Volunteer or get paid
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NCAPSarah Finney541-344-5044 ext.19The hours that we have available for students would be doing grant research online
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Oregon Contemporary TheaterMary Wetherbee541-684-6988 ext. 201Posters, ushering, administrative duties, technical theatre, props and costumes, intern, stage crew, fundraising and special events, box office and tickets sales.
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Oakwood Manor Kids ClubAshley Hensley541-743-7147Structured tutoring, crafts and activities, property beautification, retail store helps at St. Vincent DePaul. Wednesdas 3:30-5:30 p.m.
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Parenting Now Wendy Codding541-434-4355Internships, working with babies and young children, working with parenting groups, office/IT help, development/events. Weeknights 5:30-9:30 p.m. and/or weekends 9:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
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P.A.V.E (Parents Active for Vision Education)Sheryl Wilson541-284-2958Help detect vision problems in youth and adults
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Planned Prenthood RevolutionMartina541-344-2632 ext. 1028Be on a council that creates peer to peer dialogue
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Peave Health HospitalJill Day541-222-2200Hospitality/info desk, supply/equipment delivery, anesthesia clinic, office/clerical, surgcal procedure area, other
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Red CrossWhitney Sweets541-344-5244
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Relief NurseryAmy Beauchamp541-343-9706Working with kids Birth-6 years old in classrooms, childcare, riding busses, special holiday projects and yard and building care.
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RideableMonica541-684-4623Assist the instructor and aid the riders. At least 2 hours a week, on your feet, all kinds of weather. www.rideable.org
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Salvation ArmyDianna541-343-3341Retail stores, warehouse, basically anything to do with the store
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Science FactoryDevon Martin541-682-7888Teaching, retail/merchandising, clerical/office, gardening, exhibit constrcution or maintenance, summer camps
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St. Vincent DePaulsAshley Hensley541-687-5820 ext. 135Landscaping, retail store, painting, kids summer camp, car washing/detailing, events, after-school homeowork club
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SOLVEKayleen Boyle503-844-9571To take care of Oregon, to improve the environments, and to build a legacy of stewardshiphttp://solveoregon.org/get-involved/event-registration
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Sparrow Club541-312-8630Kids helping kids with medical issues. Volunteer in the community to help earn "seed" money for family medical expenses
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Summer Reading SpotsChandler Duff541-741-6000 ext. 133Helping young children build literacy skills and encourage parents to actively participate in reading with kids. Engaging in active reading with kids and help to select free book to take home.
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Skipping Stones541-342-4956Skipping Stones is an award winntin multi cultural and literary magazine for today's youth. Volunteers will read submissions and make comments. Help typing articles, drawing, proofreading. Cloased Jan. 19- Feb. 4th.
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Teen ChefAndrea Wolf541-632-3953Learn how to prepare beautiful, healing, organic meals for people facing life threatening illnesses
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Tool Box ProjectAnya Dobrowolskieugenetoolbox@gmail.comFinancial aid, tool and material donations, assist with fundraising, outreach, staffing the ToolBox, tool repair and maintenance.
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United WayJulie Dibiase541-741-6000Specific projects or quarterly projects. Can be of service to find other volunteer opportunities
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USGA GymnasticsMindie Wagoner541-255-2883Setup and teardown before and after meetshttp://www.eugenegymnastics.com/
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West Coast Dog and Cat RescueAven Wright-McIntosh541-225-4955Clean cages, socializing, news letter production, event planning, office, photography, public relations
Apply here: http://catrescues.org/volunteer/
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West Eugene Teen CourtBilly Hernandez541-682-6376Jurors, case presenters, defendant advisers, bailiffs, court clerks
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Willamalane Park and Recreation DistrictKathy Stoner541-736-4544Adaptive recreation, climbing wall, Dorris Ranch, office, park services, special events, youth programs
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YMCAHolly Kris-Anderson541-686-9622CIT Program-summer program and during the school year. Help with youth sports, office work, many choices
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SASS (Sexual Assault Support Services)Beth Scott541-484-9791Presenting abuse reduction information in a classroom setting, speaking to groups, crisis/support line, and office.
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