You love the cookies, now get involved. The Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington, Inc. is on the lookout for volunteers for the most fun day of the year—GirlFest on March 24. Deadline to submit your name here by Thurs, March 1 (3/1): http://bit.ly/2CF41RZ
Feb. 23rd, 2018 Newsletter: Mult. Co. Home Visiting Community of Practice
Arabic Speakers, Multnomah County Health Department's Community Capacitation Center invites you to apply for a Community Health Worker training. More information on this opportunity here: http://bit.ly/2sL0PnX
Estamos aceptando referencias para nuestro Programa de Educación de la Temprana Edad, Portland Niños! Lea a continuación para más información.
Administration wants 1.7 million kids to lose their afterschool programs: http://bit.ly/2stfAfb
Are you interested in working together with other parents/caregivers, staff and community leaders to improve the health of parents, babies in our community? This advisory from Multnomah County Health Department could be a great opportunity for you! More info and RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2Ex7dnx
We'd love to highlight all 74 of our investments in proven programs to support kids inside and outside of the classroom, but here's a video featuring 6 of our awesome grantees; Oregon Food Bank, Albina Head Start, LifeWorks NW, Friends of the Children - Portland, Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest and College Possible.
"Levy funds have annually supported service programs for more than 14,000 children and hunger relief services to more than 15,000 children. It currently supports 74 different programs throughout Portland metro area," reports Portland Tribune: http://bit.ly/2saVdTQ