Oregon Money Management Program Volunteer
6 people are interested
The Oregon Money Management Program offers support to adults, age 18 and over, who need help with money management tasks. Program staff and trained volunteers support the program by providing the following services:
- Bill Pay: one-on-one assistance is provided to individuals who remain in control of their finances but need short-term help to maintain financial stability. Assistance may include budgeting, organizing financial papers, paying bills, banking, and help filling out forms. This service is typically limited to three months, though ongoing assistance may be available.
- Representative Payee: one-on-one assistance is provided to individuals who do not have the capacity to manage their federal benefits such as Social Security, Veteran, and Railroad Retirement. Federal benefits are managed on behalf of clients, ensuring their basic needs are met and funds are protected.
Program volunteers enjoy a lot of flexibility. In as little as two hours per month, a volunteer can make a difference in the life of a vulnerable adult. Volunteers have flexible schedules; they can take time off for vacation and travel, and can choose the day of the week and time of day to volunteer!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
We'll work with your schedule.
1015 Willamette StreetEugene, OR 97401
- Basic Computer Skills
- Financial Literacy
- Customer Service
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- At least one year, 2 - 4 hours per month