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Volunteer

Be a part of our story of hope.

Our volunteers help write our community’s story. Volunteers inspire our participants and remind them that they matter. That they’re not forgotten. That our community is here for them.

How Do Volunteers Help?

Our incredible volunteers give their time and talents freely to Rogue Retreat. They help with teaching classes, tutoring, cleaning, organizing, mentoring, and much more. They provide and serve meals to Kelly Shelter and Urban Campground participants.

They also assist the organization by helping with events, marketing, overseeing projects, and more.

“In many ways, I get a sense of community. Volunteering with people that have a like-mindset and desire to give hope to others inspires me to work hard and give my time to spread hope to whomever I can.”

– Shelley Ramey, Rogue Retreat Volunteer

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Interested in Learning More About Volunteering with Rogue Retreat?

We’d love to meet you! Get in touch with our team to talk about current volunteer opportunities at 541-499-0880 or email us to learn more.

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Volunteer with Meal Train

We are fortunate to partner with restaurants, organizations, and individuals who give back to the community by delivering at least one meal per month for the Kelly Shelter, the Grants Pass Shelter and the Urban Campground, Medford.

Donors buy, prepare, and deliver meals that support our guests and our community. Donations are tax-deductible.

Please consider signing up for a meal train at one of our shelters and helping our community!

Meal Train for Kelly Shelter

Meal Train for Urban Campground

Meal Train for Grants Pass Shelter

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