2.12.2021

Neighbors Helping Neighbors PDX volunteer training

Neighbors Helping Neighbors PDX is offering a training for those interested in volunteering. Please see below from Patt at Neighbors Helping Neighbors for more information:

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Greetings!

We are offering a training for folks who are interested in volunteering with Neighbors Helping Neighbors PDX as we seek to provide less trash in our neighborhoods and safer/healthier environments for folks living outside. You may be interested in one-off special cleanup projects in your neighborhood or elsewhere in North Portland; or you may want to help Terrance Moses, our founder and operations lead, with regular trash collection rounds held twice-weekly throughout the year. However you choose to volunteer, just know that we truly appreciate your kindness and involvement in making a difference in our neighborhoods!

First, we need to make sure you will be safe as you volunteer with us. To do that, we provide a volunteer training that will cover the following:
  • Volunteer application, waiver, and other administrative documents to keep our records organized
  • Information so you can work safely and won't get hurt
  • Handy resources for locating helpful organizations that serve unsheltered folks
The next Zoom training is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 pm. The training is about one hour. At the close, you will receive an email with documents requiring your signature plus the resources and information that was covered in the training. I have also attached a copy of our FAQ brochure
(below) which has more information about how Neighbors Helping Neighbors PDX is organized and the services we provide.

Please email me if you will be attending. If you have family, friends, co-workers or neighbors living in North Portland who may also be interested in attending the training, please feel free to forward this email to them. Everyone's welcome!

You can join us at this link:
Feb 17, 2021 07:30 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82283974490

I look forward to meeting you over Zoom!

Kind regards,

Patt

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