Strengthening families, transforming communities.
ECF CityCare exists to serve communities by offering pathways to equip those who want to take their next steps in life. Our heart is to see lives changed, families strengthened, communities transformed and future generations positioned to make a difference.
Daily Bread is a member agency of Food for Lane County. We provide emergency food items to households that fall within the set financial guidelines and are in our district outlined by FFLC. Daily Bread is an equal opportunity provider.
Hours: Every Thursday from 1-6 pm
For more information, to volunteer or donate food, email Bob Orlando or call 541.344.3380.
Ways you can serve:
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm Putting away the cold and frozen items (4 people needed)
10:00 am – 1:00 pm Stocking shelves & off loading pallets of food picket up on Wednesdays (4 people needed)
1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Work at intake and helping shoppers (7 people needed)
3:30 pm – 6:00 pm Work at intake and helping shoppers (7 people needed)
Project Hope – Sheldon High School
Project Hope is an annual outreach designed to serve schools and families, representing 4 school districts, before the new year begins. During the last weekend in August, churches partner with a neighborhood school to prepare the facility and grounds before students return. As a church we have partnered with Sheldon High School to meet various needs throughout the year.
Check out the Project Hope 2017 Recap video!
Duck concessions are Student Life’s biggest fundraiser of the year! This community serve not only builds relationship with one another & our community but allows kids to raise funds for camp, youth conference and activities throughout the year. Every game requires 32 volunteers! We need adults and high school students who want to work, have fun and enjoy the game day atmosphere every football season. Requirements – 4-5 hours, standing for extended period of time & customer service. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.