OSCPA Members: Have you been meaning to save the world but don't know how to get started? An easy step is to get involved with either a not-for-profit in your community or a governmental entity in the state of Oregon. OSCPA keeps a running list of volunteer openings, submitted by both not-for-profits and governmental entities.
Confluence Environmental Center
Confluence Environmental Center's mission is to bring together streams of thought, action and people to make the environmental movement more robust, inclusive and effective.
Currently, Confluence’s main focus is our AmeriCorps program, where we work to advance
environmental equity and justice by partnering with community-based organizations, public
schools, and government agencies who value social and environmental justice. Our partners--
and the roughly 24 AmeriCorps Members per year who are placed with them--create greater
access to healthy foods, green spaces, clean waterways, community gardens, outdoor
experiences, energy efficient homes and transportation.
We are looking for an individual to serve in our volunteer treasurer role. The position requires approximately 6-10 hours/month, as the situation requires.
This position will support our Executive Director and board on organizational finances.
TVW, Inc.is a non-profit, established in 1967 by Hildah Highbe, a former special needs teacher who realized that upon graduation from high school, adults with disabilities needed a program to be able to achieve their maximum potential and contribution to society. Over the years, as TVW has evolved, the mission remains the same. “We support the Employment Choices of People with Disabilities,” and 50 years later, it still describes the heart of the work that TVW excels at and is committed to.
Board of Directors position open for an individual with an interest in this field, preferably with connections in the business community.
OHRA - Options for Helping Residents of Ashland
OHRA helps low income people build better lives. By offering access to social service resources, as well as hope, we encourage those in need on the path to self-sufficiency.
Core programs are: 1) the Ashland Community Resource Center, providing economically distressed people help in avoiding eviction, navigating social services, securing employment, and numerous other requests; 2) the Laundry and Shower Trailer and 3) managing both the Ashland Winter Shelter and periodic Emergency Warming Centers.
We need to add financial expertise to our board. While we have members with financial acumen, we lack a board member with a CPA. This board may be invited to serve as our Treasurer, and will be instrumental in assisting with financial due diligence in general and specifically related to shelter properties.
We are open to all who have an interest in our mission and supporting an organization positioned for growth. We are eager to enrich our board by recruiting more women and people of diverse backgrounds.
NICU Families Northwest
We provide practical, ongoing, social and emotional support to parents of children who receive care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) of Oregon and SW Washington.
We are seeking professional guidance to strengthen our financial operations and reporting. This could take the form of a position on the Board of Directors, a volunteer, or otherwise in-kind donation of services. Our budget is under $50k and we have been operating since March of 2015. We look forward to meeting you!