Corinne Kugel via Crowdrise
October 12, 2011
BENEFITING: JUNIOR LEAGUE OF PORTLAND OREGON INC
ORGANIZER: JUNIOR LEAGUE OF PORTLAND OREGON INC
EVENT DATE: Oct 22, 2011
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF PORTLAND OREGON INC wrote -
SPECIAL VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 5, 2011.
ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE REGISTERED. NO UNREGISTERED VOLUNTEERS WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOLUNTEER OR PERMITTED INSIDE THE FACILITY ON OCT. 22.
About Raphael House of Portland
Raphael House of Portland is a multi-faceted domestic violence agency dedicated to fighting the causes and effects of intimate partner violence in a variety of ways. We offer emergency shelter in a confidential locations, safety planning and advocacy on a 24-hour in-house crisis line, non-residential advocacy in cooperation with the Portland Police Domestic Violence Response Unit, and transitional housing and advocacy services to survivors of domestic violence enrolled in the Transitional Housing Program. Nearly 100 families are served in the emergency shelter each year, and more than 5,000 calls are offered safety planning and advocacy on our in-house crisis line. An additional 400 survivors receive non-residential advocacy services each year.
The mission of Raphael House is to provide a foundation of hope for a life free from family violence and we have been working in this community offering domestic violence survivors the tools they need to build violence-free lives for more than 30 years. Raphael House serves a diverse community of women and children escaping domestic violence and also works to eliminate the causes of family and intimate partner violence through community education and outreach.
Raphael House of Portland is located at 4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd., # 503, Portland, OR 97214.
For more information, please visit www.raphaelhouse.com.
Volunteers will help facilitate a cooking class and provide child care during the class for mothers who are attending.
Number of Volunteers Requested: 20
The cooking class will teach current shelter residents how to cook for their families using a crock pot. Training will also include how to use leftovers to create additional meals and how to budget for grocery purchases, a very important skill for survivors with income limitations.
In-Kind Donation Requests: 12 crock pots, grocery items to cook the class meal and for shelter residents to take home (contact JLP at the email below for a detailed list of grocery items needed) and Portland area grocery store gift cards for the shelter residents (Fred Meyer, QFC, Safeway, New Seasons are close by.)
Please contact VIPDay@juniorleagueofportland.orgif you are able to donate any of the above items from the in-kind donation request list. Thank you!!