Marrow is currently entirely volunteer-run!
Here are 4 ways you can help:
1 - Lend a Hand.
If you want to support Marrow but can’t commit to taking on a larger project - fill out our volunteer interest form, and we’ll reach out to you when an opportunity comes up that fits your interests, skills, and availability!
If you're not sure yet how you'd be able to contribute - come to one of our monthly volunteer days and chat with us! Check our calendar page to see when the next one is!
2 - Provide a Meal.
For the 2018-2019 school year Marrow is trying out a new initiative where we ask the community to help us provide a 2x a month free lunch for youth. The intention is to give youth (particularly Roosevelt students) who may not have access to home-cooked, nourishing meals, an opportunity to have a dependable lunch alongside a community that cares about them. Our current goal is to feed 15 youth at each meal.
3 - Lead Programming.
Marrow programming includes one-off workshops, recurring classes, community projects, events,
Our programming is led by real makers, doers and thinkers from the Portland community. Some individuals are at Marrow on a regular basis, and others have organized a single event or workshop.
To learn more about what we're looking for in our 2018 programming, check out this blog post.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org
The proposal form is in questionnaire format to make it easy for you (feel free to click the submission button just check out the questions, without submitting anything).
4 - Take on a larger project or responsibility.
We're seeking committed self-starters, and creative problem solvers who are able to identify what is actionable - and get it done! If this sounds like you and you have a project in mind, fill out the proposal form below and let us know how you'd like to be involved:
All volunteers who are 18+ and have interaction with youth are subject to a background check.
Please know that not all offenses will prohibit you from working with us, but some may.