In just 2-4 hours each month, you can protect vulnerable adults from financial abuse, eviction, utility cut off, and loss of independence. The Oregon Money Management Program is a statewide network of community service agencies, that train and support volunteers who help low-income older adults with daily money management tasks.
If you are compassionate, patient, organized and good at managing your own personal finances we would love to hear from you.
Program goals are to promote independent living & self-sufficiency, preserve dignity, prevent homelessness and protect against financial abuse and fraud. Service is personalized, confidential and flexible.
- People Skills
- Financial Service Assistance
- Problem Solving
- Verbal / Written Communication
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- 2-176 hours per month