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Fight Poverty & Put Money Back into Oregon families' Pockets

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ORGANIZATION: Metropolitan Family Service

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Do you want to help low-income families get out of poverty? You can by volunteering with MFS CASH Oregon.

By providing free tax preparation services to help our clients access life-stabilizing tax credits designed for low-wage earners, MFS CASH Oregon volunteers help thousands of hard-working families substantially increase their tax refunds - and thus incomes - each year.

Off-season tax preparation is offered from May 1, 2024-October 28, 2024 and we're seeking volunteers to help during this time.

Not a tax expert? No problem! There are volunteer roles for all interests, plus MFS CASH Oregon provides training and ongoing support. To be a great volunteer, you just need to be:

  • Compassionate and friendly
  • Comfortable working with a diverse group of clients
  • Willing to ask questions
  • Willing to learn new skills
  • Willing to adhere to high ethical standards


Virtual and in-person opportunities are available. Start volunteering anytime.

Sign up to make a difference today at www.cashoregon.org/volunteer.

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About Metropolitan Family Service

Location:

1010 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97214, US

Mission Statement

Metropolitan Family Service helps people move beyond the limitations of poverty, inequality and social isolation. We serve children, families and older adults in the tri-county area. MFS is dedicated to building stronger communities by providing services, connecting people with resources, and offering meaningful and rewarding volunteer opportunities.

Description

Metropolitan Family Service (MFS) volunteers serve in various capacities, depending on their areas of interest and abilities. Volunteers participate in on-going opportunities in one of three focus areas: helping children succeed, strengthening families and their connections to the community, and helping older adults and persons with disabilities live independently. We create opportunities that bridge generations and inspire everyone to live their best life.

CAUSE AREAS

Advocacy & Human Rights
Community
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1010 Southeast Stark StreetVirtual from HomePortland, OR 97214

(45.51926,-122.65535)
 

SKILLS

  • ETC / Tax Assistance
  • Accounting
  • Bookkeeping

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • No minimum time commitment during off-season tax preparation.
  • Attend New Volunteer Orientation (virtual or in person) & pass open book certification exams (support provided).

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