July 15, 2020

Leadership in the time of COVID 19

Looking for ways to lead and serve while social distancing? SLS has got you covered. We’ll maintain an updated list of opportunities on this page.
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Looking for ways to lead and serve while social distancing? Check out these upcoming opportunities. Let us know if you know of other opportunities we can add.


Check out upcoming online workshops and other events on our events page (click here).


1. Multnomah County’s Emergency Operations Center is looking for volunteers to assist with a variety of administrative tasks. A free meal is included during twice-weekly shifts. Click here for more information.

2. Critical Resistance’s prison correspondence program has been moved online. Folks can help out by writing letters to people in OR/WA prisons, typing notes or archiving correspondence. Click here to learn more.

3. Consider donating blood. Here’s a link to find the donation location nearest to you.

4. Wanna help an English language learner practice their skills via online video chats? Check out ESL Companions (click here).

5.Oregon Food Bank currently has plenty of food to disperse, but not enough volunteers. If you are healthy and don’t face higher risks for contracting CV19, please consider volunteering (click here for more info).  For transportation questions, contact SLS Director Harold McNaron at haroldmcnaron@lclark.edu.

6. Check out Hands On Portland’s COVID 19 community support page for info about donation needs and volunteer opportunities (click here).