Joined January 2021
The Power of 100 People Who Care Corvallis and Benton County
Our giving circle meets quarterly and each member gives $100 to a local nonprofit decided upon as a group.
Our 2022 meetings are: January 19, April 20, July 20, and October 19.
Grapevine is our online giving circle home. Members can make recurrin...
To create and support an atmosphere in which an individual can live a quality lifestyle based on social and community involvement, maximum independence and personal security. Teaching life skills and staff support are tailored to the needs of each individual. Benco operates under a Board of Directors. The Executive Director oversees all general operations and reports to the Board of Directors. Benco serves and provides support to adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in all aspects of the individual’s life. We provide a safe and caring environment and encourage the individuals to live a healthy lifestyle. We provide housing and staff for each individual to help with his or her day-to-day living. Benco assists each individual we serve with accessing state and government help, such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Adult and Family services and Mental Health Services. We assist each individual with medications, accessing doctors, and any other medical, mental or behavioral support the individual may need.
Corvallis Public Schools Foundation
Our vision is that all students—regardless of race, culture, socioeconomic status, language, ability, gender, sexual orientation, or other identifiers—graduate as engaged community members, ready to contribute to their fullest potential and navigate the world’s complexities.
Corvallis Clinic Foundation
The Corvallis Clinic Foundation is dedicated to providing resources in the mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon for health education, preventive care, and the delivery of health care to at-risk populations.
Quilts From Caring Hands
Quilts from Caring Hands (QCH) makes and distributes quilts at no charge to children-at-risk in Benton, Linn and Marion counties in Oregon: the homeless, those in foster care, visually impaired, abused, those with mental health issues. Our quilts are given to agencies that work with children from birth to age 18. QCH is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Unity shelter has a very specific mission to help provide housing for those in our community who have none. While new, our leadership, the need, programs, volunteers, services & friends are not new at all to our area.