Community Service

There are so many organizations you can choose to volunteer and serve in your community. Volunteering is an opportunity for you to find your voice and passion in something that is important and has special interest to you.  Below are a few ideas of Keizer and Salem area organizations that could use a few more volunteers:

AC Gilbert Discovery Village – Volunteer as a Summer Camp Assistant. For more information contact Ryan Kinnett at 503-371-3631 or email: outreach@acgilbert.org 

Bonaventure Senior Living Community – A new Senior Living Community is opening in the Keizer Station area in March!  Bonaventure  is looking for McNary High School students who would like to volunteer in their new senior community. Get involved and spend an afternoon visiting and playing games, bowling, or performing by singing or playing instruments in this senior living community. OR, if you are considering going into the medical field, consider this an opportunity to job shadow in the assisted living or memory care facilities. Come see Mrs. Farris for more information and to receive a volunteer application.

Boys and Girls Club of Salem Volunteer opportunities as a tutor/homework helper, leadership advisor, student mentor. There are also one day events and fundraisers throughout the year. For more information contact Yanira Herrera at 503-581-7383 or email yherrera@bgc-salem.org 

CCTV – Studio Production Volunteer opportunities. For more information call 503-588-2288

City of Salem

City of Keizer – Must be a junior or senior student. Manage schedules or pages and over see the page program. For more information contact Debbie Lockhart at 503-856-3418 or email lockhartd@keizer.org

Family Building Blocks – High School Internship available and special event opportunities. Contact Megan Gap at 503-566-2132 or email mgap@familybuildingblocks.org

Friends of Trees – Our Native tree plantings occur on Saturday mornings. Students under 15 years old must be accompanied by an adult and students under 18 years of age attending without a parent/guardian must bring a signed youth waiver with them. For more information contact Jenny Bedell-Stiles at 503-595-0213 or email volunteer@friendsoftrees.org

 

Habitat for Humanity – ReStore Volunteer – receive donations, assist customers and sort materials. Call 503-364-6642

HAMMOND ELEMENTARY needs volunteers for their annual Literacy Night on Thursday, March 16th, 5:00 – 7:30 PM. This event consists of various hands on activities that promotes reading and writing and needs volunteers to manage the activities. McNary students, this is a great opportunity to get involved in your community! If you interested in volunteering for this event, please see Mrs. Farris for more information.  Hammond Elementary is requesting a list of volunteers by March 2nd.

Hope Station

Humane Society – Walk and train dogs. Assist with office work. Must be 16 years old and there is a Program Fee of $25 for required training. Call 503-585-5900 for more information.

KEIZER HOLIDAY LIGHTS PARADE – Student volunteers needed to hold banners in front of various floats that are in the Holiday Lights Parade each year. Contact Danielle Bethell, Tel: (503) 393-9111 for more information.

KROC Community Center – Help out with specific community events like Toy and Joy. for more information call 503-798-4783 or emial salemkrocvolunteers@usw.salvationarmy.org

Marion County Sherriff’s Office

Marion Polk Food Share

Northwest Outdoor Science School – Fall and Spring Opportunities to be an Outdoor School Counselor.Spring 2017 session is scheduled to run from March 12th – 24th, and April 3rd – June 2nd.  Develop your leadership, teaching, teamwork and communication skills. As a counselor, you will live with and lead a cabin of 6th grade students all week.

Northwest Human Services

No Kid Hungry

Oregon State Capitol

Riverfront Carousel

Salem/Keizer School District

Salem/Keizer Education Foundation

Union Gospel Mission

Willamette Valley Hospice

YMCA