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Oregon Volunteers

Joined in September 2004

About Us

Oregon Volunteers, also known as the Commission for Voluntary Action & Service, was created in 1994 to provide Oregonians with a statewide entity to focus service and volunteer efforts, to enhance the ethic of service and voluntarism in the state, and provide funds for state-based AmeriCorps programs. As a state commission, Oregon Volunteers’ role is to promote and elevate service, volunteerism and civic engagement in Oregon Communities. 

The Commission’s work is supported and advised by a maximum-25 member board of Governor-appointed commissioners.

Oregon Volunteers, also known as the Commission for Voluntary Action & Service, was created in 1994 to provide Oregonians with a statewide entity to focus service and volunteer efforts, to enhance the ethic of service and voluntarism…

Issue Areas Include

  • Civic Engagement
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Policy
  • Volunteering

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