Volunteer Connection (VC) improves the quality and delivery of social services in our community through volunteer opportunities, advocacy, education, empowerment and partnerships with public, private, faith-based and non-profit agencies. The Volunteer Connection strives to strengthen the community by increasing and fostering opportunities for individuals and families to be self-reliant and live healthier, safer, and more socially connected lives.
Local volunteers play an important role in providing social services to Clackamas County residents. Since 1986, the Volunteer Connection has been a vital link between volunteer placement and volunteer engagement in Clackamas County. On an annual basis, Volunteer Connection connects hundreds of individuals to volunteer service by working in partnership with over 200 community organizations. Volunteer opportunities are available at local Senior Centers, Food Pantries, youth and family oriented programs, homelessness reduction programs, and many other critical community support programs.
Call us today at 503-650-5796.
Clackamas County Volunteer Connection programs
- Family Caregiver Support Program
- Money Management Program
- Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
- Senior Companion Program
- Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA)
- Transportation Reaching People (TRP) program
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