Supporters

Our Donors

We are a nonprofit that only exists because of the generosity of our supporters.

Since our founding, donations grew from less than $3,000 in 2013, to over $46,096 in 2015. The Ashland Community Resource Center, with which we partner with ACCESS, was founded with a two-year $100,000 grant from the city of Ashland. The people we serve are also benefiting from:

  • Two $750 grants from Ashland Food Co Op for in-kind donations
  • $10,000 Grant from the Leightman-Maxey Foundation to assist in developing a Job Development Program
  • $10,000 Grant from the Carpenter Foundation to increase our ACRC hours of operations$50,000 Grant from the City to assist in expanding the ACRC Building
  • $4,000 Grant from the Ashland Rotary to support the shower/laundry trailer
  • $2,000 Grant from Washington Federal
  • $5.000 Capacity Building Grant from the Ford Family Foundation

And we run on more than dollars. Warm clothing and nutritious snacks are often donated and these “in kind” donations, as we call them, were valued at more than $68,894 in 2015.

Our Volunteers

Thank you for your interest in helping our less fortunate neighbors! We could not operate without volunteers. In 2015, volunteers provided 6175 hours of  services.  Become a volunteer and change someone’s life for the better! If you would like to learn more about volunteering at the Ashland Community Resource Center office or shower trailer, please contact Tina Stevens at crystina.stevens@gmail.com.

To volunteer at one of the winter shelters in Ashland, please contact Heidi Parker at (541) 482-1520 or parkershames@gmail.com.

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ACRC Volunteer Application Form

ACRC Volunteer Authorization and Release Form

Community Partners and Supporters

While our two key partners are the City of Ashland and ACCESS of Jackson County, we rely on many faith, business and social services organizations in serving our community’s most vulnerable members. These include:
Community Partners: Ashland Emergency Food Bank, Ashland Food Co-op, Ashland Rotary, Ashland YMCA, the Carpenter Foundation, Consumer Credit Counseling, Department of Disability Services, Easter Seals, Jackson County Fuel Committee, Jackson County Mental Health, Jackson County Sexual Assault Response Team, the Leighton-Maxey Foundation, Oregon Action, Rogue Valley Veterans Services, Senior Protective Services, Street Dogs, The Listening Post, VA and VAHA.
Faith Community: Ashland First United Methodist Church, Ashland United Church of Christ, Ashland First Presbyterian Church, Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, St. Vincent DePaul of Ashland, Medford and Grants Pass; Temple Emek Shalom and Trinity Episcopal Church.
Business Partners: Food Angels, Umpqua Bank Ashland Branch, Martolli’s, Caldera, Shop N Kart, Whistling Duck Farm, Habitat for Humanity Re-Store.