Clackamas County Volunteer Information Fair Set for April 15

Volunteer Connection and partner agencies will present a fun and free stop-and-shop-style informational fair with a full range of volunteering opportunities available in Clackamas County. County residents are invited for refreshments, giveaways and to discover ways to assist others in the community.

“The gift of volunteering is life-changing and heartwarming for all involved,” said Wendy Hays, Clackamas County RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) coordinator. “Volunteering raises everyone’s spirits and there is a volunteer opportunity to fit any schedule.”

The annual Volunteer Information Fair will take place on Monday, April 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Clackamas County Development Services Building Auditorium, 150 Beavercreek Rd., Oregon City, 97045

Learn more about volunteering opportunities in Clackamas County and register for the event here.

Clackamas County offers a wide variety of volunteering opportunities in the following areas:

  • Family Caregiver Support
  • Money Management
  • Transportation Reaching People
  • Senior Companion
  • Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance
  • Homeless Warming/Cooling Shelters
  • Free Food Pantry/Market
  • Food Share Distribution
  • Dog Shelters
  • Park Assistant/Host
  • Disaster Assistance
  • Juvenile Justice Victim Advocate or Youth Tutor
  • Dispute Resolution Mediation
  • Native Tree & Shrub Planting/Invasive Plant Removal
  • Watershed Restoration
  • Waterway Cleanups
  • Master Recycling
  • Fix-It Repair Fair
  • Meals on Wheels to Homebound Seniors or People with Disabilities
  • County Advisory Boards and Commissions
  • For more information, contact Gari Johnson at or 503-742-4370.

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