Volunteer Opportunites

Woodland Chamber of Commerce/ Downtown Woodland Revitalization-check their webpage for specific events.http://www.woodlandwachamber.com/list/member/downtown-woodland-revitalization-committee-woodland-912

Woodland East Retirement Community-Help senior citizens learn and improve computer skills including graphic design to creating a pamphlet. Contact Jan and Mike Stagner 1-360-841-8435.

Woodland Action Center-has a wide range of service projects/service hours as well as work experience opportunities. Contact Gwenda Hayes @360-562-2442 or 225-9998.https://www.woodlandaction.org/volunteer.

Gateways Educational Services is a non-profit organization. They need help with clerical duties. Call 360.577.3939.

Cowlitz Co. Volunteering.

DogPaw-help maintain Clark Co. dog parks. Contact cindyf@clarkdogpaw.org  http://clarkdogpaw.org/about/volunteer. 

Woodland Historical Society- is wanting art projects or displays that represent the Woodland area for display in the museum. They also need hosts for 4 hours each Saturday to welcome visitors and help with setting up and taking down displays. Please contact Mrs. Jackie Hammer @ 225-0838 or Mr. Wayne Stenlund @360-430-9294.

Friends of the Woodland Library-contact Shierly Kluckey (Kl-oo-ky) at 619.368.2715.

Coach Holmes needs help transferring Cross County stats.

YMCA-Woodland pool  Contact Shannon Tracy at 503-819-4324. 

(Fort Vancouver)-360.225.2115 or http://www.fvrl.org/aboutus/woodland_main.htm

Peace Health Medical-Application

Blood Works NW-host a blood drive and recieve a scholarship. Go to www.BloodworksNW.org/pdx-scholarship for more information.

Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership-from tree planting to wildlife refuges. http://www.estuarypartnership.org

Sports communication/marketing-Keep WHS fans up to date in realtime via the internet (may include free travel)This can include team marketing via the web, some videos of games, players, etc. Contact AD, Paul Huddleston huddlesp@woodlandschools.org or 360.841.2889.

Pop Warner flag football and cheer for indivduals with physical or mental disabilities.-Volunteers needed.Contact http://www.eastvancouvervenom.com or 503.797.5513.

Lewis River Little League-needs volunteer to work as PIC in c.oncessions. Requires Food Handler's card. Contact Rhonda Estep  at 360.518.3638.

Reusable Grocery bag drive-The Share program dontates bags of food to needy students in SW WA. Currently, they are spending more on bags than needed food items. Contact Mary Ann Sturdivan. For more volunteer opportunites with Share, call 360.952.8229 or visit shrarevancouver.org

WCC-After school child care. Located at WPS (600 Bozarth St., Woodland WA 98674).Contact:  Missy Sorensen (360) 607-7926

 Friends of the Grist Mill-Contact Dan Brown at 225.8680

Soldiers' Angels-Contact Mrs. Debbie Roper at 225.4474

Longview Housing Authority-needs volunteers to help senior and disabled residents with light household chores.  Contact Patty Forrest at 360.423.0140 ext. 90

Youth Suicide Prevention Programs Clark & Cowlitz Co.-Contact Karen Thelin 360.430.0206 Karen.thelin@yahoo.com or Mary Jadwisiak 360.687.7954 mary@yspp.org. For more information on the Youth Suicide Prevention Program visit  www.yspp.org

Woodland Care Center-310 4th St. Woodland. 225.9443 

Giving Tree for the Woodland Care Center-Much of the event is already established from last year.  Please call Tami at 225.9443 for more details.

Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens-115 S Pekin Rd, Woodland, WA 98674 360.225.8996

Special Olympics-Oregon-Phone: 503.248.0600. info@soor.org

American Red Cross-blood drives-David Hunt | Account Manager
Pacific Northwest Blood Services Region
5109 NE 82nd Ave. Vancouver, WA 98662
Office: 360.989.2917  Mobile: 360.780.0106 or David.Hunt@redcross.org