How to get Involved

Our partner organization, Community Volunteer Network, provides meaningful volunteer opportunities in Southern Oregon for adults 55 and older. CVN directly offers volunteer opportunities to serve, and we coordinate with more than 40 non-profit agencies throughout Southern Oregon to find the right fit for each prospective volunteer. Volunteer options range from serving children to organizing donations at local food and clothing pantries.

As a volunteer, you may serve anywhere from one hour a month to forty hours a week. Contact us at (541) 857-7780 so that we can help you find fulfilling volunteer opportunities that matches your interests.

Volunteer Opportunities in Southern Oregon

American Red Cross
Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center
Britt Festivals Office
CASA of Jackson County, Inc
Child Development Services
City of Medford
City of Shady Cove
Collier Center for the Performing Arts
Consumer Credit Counseling Service

Community Volunteer Network:
Age Wise Age Well
Call-A-Ride (CAR)
Foster Grandparent Program
Friendly Visitor
Friends of RSVP
Respite Program
Jackson County – Courthouse Info Booth

Dogs for Better Lives
Family Nurturing Center
Friends of the Animal Shelter
Friends of the Medford Library
Habitat for Humanity
Jackson County Library
Jackson County (All-Inclusive)
Jacksonville Collectibles and Thrift Shop
Kids Unlimited
Literacy Council of Jackson County
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Medford Police Department
Medford School District 549C
Senior Center-Medford
Visitor Information Center-Medford
Oregon Department of Forestry
R.V. Veterans and Community Outreach
Rogue Community College
Rogue Valley Genealogical Society
RVCOG- Food and Friends
SMART (Oregon Children’s Foundation)
SOC-National Railway Historical Society
Southern Oregon Historical Society
Southern Oregon Humane Society
St Vincent de Paul
Teresa McCormick Assistance Center, Inc
The ARC of Jackson County – Lifespan Respite
Therapy Dogs International
United Way of Jackson County
Upper Rogue Community Center
VA Southern OR Rehabilitation Center

RSVP of Jackson County currently has more than 400 registered volunteers who provide volunteer service at over 40 non-profit organizations or programs throughout Jackson County. RSVP is nation-wide and partially funded by the federal government through the Corporation for National & Community Service and its program Americorps Seniors.

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