Events in and around our area.
Early Childhood Lane is an organization supporting anyone in a parenting role in Lane County, regardless of who you are or who your family is. The organization supports parents and caregivers […]
The Educators, School Administrators, Parents, and BIPOC Youth of Lane County are coordinating an initiative to promote culturally inclusive literacy and increased access to books by African-American and Black authors. […]
The Lane Council of Governments Senior and Disability Services Meals Program needs volunteers to portion, pack, and deliver meals to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities in Lane County. • […]
988 Crisis Assistance Phone Line is available nationwide. The 988 number is for concerns involving mental health, substance use, and/or suicide. 988 helps people quickly connect with trained crisis counselors […]
Eugene/Springfield Bike Maps are available in English and Spanish Eugene Transportation staff and partners have created an updated bike map for Eugene and Springfield, offering a useful navigation tool for […]
To help students stay healthy and to support educational staff, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) are introducing several cooperative programs. One initiative is […]
The Eugene-Springfield NAACP offers many volunteer and activism opportunities, including health care, community gardening, climate justice, and youth involvement. Contact the NAACP with questions. Contact Garden/Farm Coordinator Michael Vasquez at 541-708-1050.
To provide a more comfortable experience for persons on the autism spectrum, and their families, the Albany Historical Carousel has a sensory-friendly day once a month. On the first Wednesday […]
The City of Oakridge is offering several volunteer opportunities, including being a member of committees helping City Staff, City Councilors, and citizens to improve life in the town. Citizens serve […]
"Ophelia's Place" helps girls enhance their emotional health and manage life's challenges, and offers guidance for parents and teachers. Individual, group, and family therapy is available, as well as after […]
“Kind Tree” celebrates and supports individuals living with autism and developmental disabilities through arts, recreation, education, and community involvement. Volunteers are the backbone of the art program, the friends and […]
Wetland Wanders are guided walks through the West Eugene Wetlands or other local nature areas, usually on the second Tuesday of every month from 9 am to 11 am. Walks […]
For more information on how to support BIPOC students, contact Education Coordinator - Lawrence Hunter at 541-484-1119
The nonprofit "Sponsors" offers re-entry opportunities for people with conviction histories, including housing, employment support, and counseling. Sponsors is now seeking community members to volunteer for the events planning and development […]
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