Over the past 9 years nearly 2,500 volunteers have served on MLK Day in Central Oregon, contributing over 7,000 hours of service throughout the region from La Pine to Warm Springs and Sisters to Prineville. “Central Oregonians embody the spirit of community and service, said Volunteer Central Oregon Coordinator, Shelley Irwin. “We are excited to collaborate with local organizations to offer a conduit to service opportunities in honor of Dr. King.”
Camp Fire Central Oregon will again host a volunteer project, crafting valentine cards for hospitalized veterans. "We love the opportunity to provide a family-friendly project that aligns so well with Camp Fire's mission to foster—in even the youngest child—a commitment to service." Shared Kecia Kubota, Camp Fire Central Oregon’s Executive Director.
Volunteers of all ages are invited to sign-up. Team sign-ups for organizations, clubs, and businesses are encouraged. Sign-up for MLK Day service projects today at VolunteerCentralOregon.org.