Articles tagged with: Beaverton
Sunset High School: Volunteer with students who are in general-ed classrooms but have learning disabilities so they need extra help.
PPS Community Transition Program: Volunteer with students ages 18-21 in the high school completion program.
Second Home in Beaverton: currently recruiting volunteer home providers.
During July and August, local churches made incredible efforts to serve public schools. Churches across the region participated in "Community Care Days" sponsored by their local school districts.
The "AGAPE BLITZ" is a service project which began 7 years ago as a one-day service project organized by the Agape Church of Christ that has grown into six weeks of service. Over the years the AGAPE BLITZ has worked with community based organizations like schools, non-profit organizations, and women's shelters.
Send us photos and stories from your community projects!
Don't miss video reports from two local events in which churches collected and distributed school supplies and backpacks to families in need.
One way to support HomePlate’s expansion to Beaverton is to volunteer to cook a dinner at their new location, Merlo Station High School. Preparing dinner is a great way for your church or group to immediately help youth in our community who are facing homelessness.
SARC, Sexual Assault Resource Center, has volunteer opportunities to help their mission of promoting social justice by eliminating sexual violence in the community through education, support and advocacy.
Sunset Presbyterian did something unusual on Sunday May 5th – they cancelled their Sunday worship services, and instead sent the congregation into the community to do 10 projects in 4 hours at William Walker Elementary School and Cedar Park Middle School.