(541) 567-8774, Hermiston
Offering basic food, clothing, furniture, appliances and bedding to low income elders and families in need.
American Red Cross, NE Oregon District
(541) 276-1211, Pendleton
An humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Boardman Senior Citizens, Inc.
(541) 481-3257, Boardman
Meeting the physical, mental and social needs of Boardman elders through congregate meals, service and social opportunities.
Camp Fire USA, Oregon Trail Council
(541) 276-6181, Pendleton
Provides daily child care, after school care and summer camping opportunities for children and youth.
Campus Life / Youth for Christ - Blue Mtn
(541) 567-0769, Hermiston
A 5,000 square foot youth center, staff and volunteers provide year ‘round drug and alcohol free activities, recreation and character building meetings for teenagers
Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon
Open Doors Program designed to increase accessibility of the museum to low income and at-rish children and their families.
Clearview Mediation & Disability Resource Center
Assists disabled people with equipment, employment needs and issues, training for workplaces, etc.
Domestic Violence Services
(541) 276-3322, Pendleton
1-800-833-1161 24 Hour Crisis Line
Provides shelter, counseling and assistance to victims of sexual assault and/or domestic violence in Umatilla and Morrow Counties.
Eastern Oregon Alcoholism Foundation
(541) 276-3518, Pendleton
Provides residential alcohol/chemical dependency treatment and therapy including parenting education, anger management, budgeting and home-making skills for residents of eastern Oregon.
Foster Grandparents-Senior Companions, Umatilla County
(541) 276-4474, Pendleton
Older citizens volunteer their time and skills with at-risk children in local school classrooms or with frail, homebound, isolated elders.
Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington
The Girl Scout program assists girls to grow to be caring, competent, confident women by relating to others, developing values, contributing to society and achieving their full potential.
Habitat for Humanity, Oregon Trail
(541) 567-1509, Hermiston
Our volunteers form partnerships to build homes with families who currently live in sub-standard housing, have a steady income, but do not qualify for standard housing loans.
Homestead Youth and Family Services
(541) 276-5433, Pendleton
Offers the Marigold Program, in-home professional family therapy and case management services at no cost to participants.
Lost & Found Youth Outreach
(541) 276-3987, Pendleton
Seeks to meet the needs of at-risk youth (12-18), in a holistic, practical, volunteer driven program focusing on relationships, cognitive development, and meeting basic needs.
Neighborhood Center of South Morrow County
(541) 676-5024, Heppner
Provides food, clothing, shelter, utilities, medical and transportation assistance to low-income residents and seniors.
Pioneer Relief Nursery
(541) 215-1017, Pendleton
Preventing child abuse and neglect for children under 6 years through intensive family support.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
(541) 278-5669, Pendleton
Older citizens volunteer their time and skills to provide transportation to elders, serve organizations and participate in special projects.
Stanfield Food Basket
Provides food, shelter, utilities, medical and transportation assistance to low income residents and seniors
St. Mary’s Outreach
(541) 276-2878, Pendleton
Provides food and clothing and referrals to other resources to those in need with no administrative or fundraising costs. Donations of food and money accepted.
The Salvation Army
(541) 276-3369, Pendleton
Provides basic and emergency needs such as food, clothing, shelter, emergency travel, prescriptions and furniture as well as counseling and referrals.
(541) 276-2900, Pendleton
Offers safe, secure transitional housing and supportive program for homeless teen girls and outreach assistance to teenaged boys and girls.
Vange John Memorial Hospice
(541) 667-3543, Hermiston
Professional staff and trained volunteers serve terminally ill patients and their families who have chosen to seek comfort care and symptom relief rather than active treatment in west Umatilla and north Morrow counties.
Walla Walla Community Hospice
(509) 525-5561, Walla Walla, WA
Hospice care for terminally ill patients in the last six months of life and support for families; bereavement and grief support; children’s grief camp.