Welcome

In 2013, Volunteer Bridge was launched as resource for VOA Oregon volunteers to learn more about issues affecting the populations we serve, share ideas with peers, and stay connected to the organization.

This blog includes entries by staff and volunteers, links to relevant on-line trainings and resources, featured volunteer opportunities, discussions to share your experiences and tips with other volunteers, and notices about in-person trainings available exclusively to VOA Oregon volunteers.

Click here to find out how to become a volunteer with VOA Oregon.

We hope that Volunteer Bridge serves to deepen your connection with your personal motivation for serving, the relationships you build, and the broader mission of VOA Oregon to serve the most vulnerable in our community.  Thank you!

Click the links below to see our latest blog posts and NEWS about VOA Oregon volunteer events.

The Changing Climate of Social Media: Our Responsibility to You Jenn writes our first blog post of 2017, helping relaunch Volunteer Bridge. Read about our commitment to you.

HFbrochurepic1      The Dynamics of Domestic Violence  Samantha, from VOA HomeFree,         provided information about Domestic Violence and how to be                         supportive to victims.

teengroup    Think Racial Profiling is Exaggerated?  Explore the issue and learn             about yourself and your community. Discuss what you can do to make       your community more inclusive and equitable.

Tsipora      The Nature of Conflict: Managing Difficult Conversations  An overview         of the training provided by Tsipora Dimant, Mediation Program                     Coordinator at Beaverton Dispute Resolution Center.

 

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2 Responses to Welcome

  1. Manju thapa magar says:

    I have volunteered in your estacada center and i was moved by the compassionate services you have been offering to the adult seniors.

    I worked and published training currilculum on violence against women back to my country. Hence, i want to know how addiction caused violences.

    Make me the part of your program.
    manju

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