How Can I Help?
Thank you for your interest in supporting your community through Senior & Disability Services. Many of our programs could not succeed without your monetary support and volunteer hours.
The Family Caregiver Program
Your cash donation helps to support family members who are caring for a loved one by providing individual counseling, support groups, caregiver training, and respite care.
Our Area Coordinators work with older adults and family caregivers at no charge, regardless of income! Your cash donation helps provide services such as in home depression counseling, friendly visiting programs, and options counseling (long term care planning).
Mail your donation to:
Senior & Disability Services
1015 Willamette Street
Eugene, OR 97401
Please note the program you wish to support on your check.
We thank you for your support!
For more information about making a donation to Senior Meals click here.
If you would like to learn more about volunteering with Senior Meals please click here.
Perhaps you can donate your time instead and would like to enrich your life by volunteering? One of these opportunities may be for you.
Money Management Program: Assist adults who need help managing their finances and paying bills. Time commitment approx 2hrs/month
Rural Medical Escort Driver: Drivers transport people in rural areas to and from their medical appointments both in their area and Metro Eugene/Springfield. Time commitment approx 4 hrs/month
Senior Law Services: Both attorney and non-attorney volunteers are needed. Senior Law, through The Oregon Law Center, offers free legal assistance to those aged 60 and older. Time commitment, approx 6 hrs/month
Elder Help Program: Visit with older adults in their home or over the phone. Volunteers spend 4-5 hours a week providing a friendly face by visiting, giving rides or talking on the phone. Time commitment approx 16 hrs/month.
Senior Companion Program: Visit with older adults and supplement your retirement income at the same time! Senior Companions volunteer 15 hours a week and receive a small stipend (income guidelines apply). Offered by Lane Community College. Time commitment, approx 60 hrs/month.
Living Well Program: Help people better manage their health. Volunteers complete training and then lead a weekly 2½ hr workshop twice a year for six weeks. Time commitment, approx 15 hrs + training twice a year.
For more information on becoming a volunteer please contact the ADRC at 541-682-3353.
Applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, martial or veteran status, medical condition or disabilities, or any other legally protected status.