New & Returning
Volunteers

Welcome. Thank you for considering Blanchet House as a volunteer opportunity in Portland.

To sign up to volunteer, complete the online orientation then you can schedule shifts in Volunteer Local. COVID vaccinations and masks are required to volunteer on-site. Compassionate individuals age 14 and older are needed to:

  • Serve meals and drinks in the cafe. (M-Sat)
  • Sort clothing, prep produce, or pack care kits.
  • Be a guest chef. (Must have food handlers card.)
  • Help out at Blanchet Farm.

Need assistance? Email us at volunteer@blanchethouse.org

Volunteer serves a man a meal at Blanchet House

COVID-19 Safety Information: Volunteer in Portland

We have safety measures in place to protect our guests from COVID. We strive to provide a safe and supportive environment for everyone including volunteers. For this reason, we ask you to help us by doing the following:

VACCINATIONS Presently volunteers must provide proof of vaccination.
MASKS Everyone is required to wear a mask. As a result, please bring your own.

Read All COVID-19 Volunteer Safety Protocols

Volunteer in Portland Blanchet Farm

Volunteer at Blanchet Farm

Help tend the flower and vegetable gardens, walk the goats (yes, really), paint the barn, pick and jar fruit, or assist with caring for the animals.

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Business and Corporate Groups Volunteer in Portland

Giving back is good for your employees, your business, and significantly for your community! Blanchet House workplace giving programs are designed to bring people together. Plus, they provide aid and hope for our neighbors in need. You can choose to volunteer in Portland or find activities for your team to do off-site.

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Questions?

Presently, you’ll find an answer about volunteering in the Volunteer Handbook. Furthermore, you can contact us at volunteer@blanchethouse.org with questions. Especially about how to sign up, schedule, or requirements Monday to Friday, 9-5.

Volunteer From Home

In addition to volunteering, there are many ways you can help people experiencing homelessness now. For example, you can volunteer to make hygiene care kits, sign up to make sack lunches, or donate needed clothing today. Plus, you can donate needed funding.

Furthermore, if you can’t volunteer in Portland try one of the following ways to help:

SERVICES

We make a difference, one relationship at a time, through food, clothing, and supportive housing programs.

LEARN

We welcome and serve meals to everyone with compassion and dignity. Join as a guest, a volunteer, a resident, a donor, or a supporter.

GET INVOLVED

There are many people in immediate need of food, clothing, access to hygiene, shelter, community, and hope.

DONATE

Your gift will help stabilize lives by providing meals, transitional housing, and other vital services to vulnerable individuals and families.