Breakroom workers are responsible for organizing, preparing and providing food options for breaks using donated food items.
About GLEANERS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY INCORPORATED
13821 Fir St, PO BOX 1660, OREGON CITY, OR 97045, US
Transform lives in our community by reducing hunger and waste. Successfully and continuously facilitate and support the connection between families, businesses, and resources in Clackamas County in an effort to work toward common goals and shared strategies that reduce hunger and prevent food waste. COMPASSION - We demonstrate compassion for our fellow Members and our communities. RESPECT - We treat everyone with dignity and embrace the diversity of the communities we serve. COLLABORATION - We work collaboratively with one another, our community partners and with our communities. INTEGRITY - WE conduct ourselves with the highest ethical standards maintaining open honest communication, operational transparency and respect for all stakeholders. COMMON SENSE - We bring a practical approach to relieving hunger in our communities and demonstrates environmental responsibility.
Gleaning in Oregon started in Washington County by the local community action program in 1972. It spread to each of the four local counties when people of low-income organized a self-help effort, the "Gleaning Project". Each group developed its own organization, elected officers, and formed a board of directors. Membership required an individual be low income and that they share the produce they glean with an 'Adoptee' - a person who is physically unable to actively participate in the picking of produce that otherwise would be plowed under or left to rot.
On average, we serve 3,000 individuals with a generous supply of food EVERY WEEK. We also partner with charities and churches making our overall reach to over 5,000 people.
13821 Fir StreetOregon City, OR 97045
October 20, 2021
- Must be at least 18
- Dependable volunteers that are committed to continuously give time, and service to help the community.