Events Calendar

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  • Saturday 5/14/22

    • May 14
      6:30AM – 1:00PM
      Tom McCall Waterfront Park
      Add to Calendar 2022-05-14T06:30:00 2022-05-14T13:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: OR, Portland - Doggie Dash

      The Oregon Humane Society's Doggie Dash Walk/Run is their biggest fundraiser of the year. OHS is the largest and oldest humane society in the Northwest. In 2020, OHS found homes for more than 7,000 pets in the midst of a pandemic, marked 100,000 Spay & Save surgeries and 10 years leading the Spay & Save Program, donated 23,000 N95 masks to frontline workers, hosted free food banks for essential workers & other communities in need, worked with the ASPCA to assist shelters impacted by Hurricane Laura, deployed teams to wildfire sites to help with emergency animal boarding, transported and found homes for more than 50 pets affected by the California wildfires, partnered with 12 shelters to on the historic pet rescue flight of 600 pets from Hawaii, and assisted in the rescue of 250 guinea pigs from an overwhelmed owner in Springfield. 

      Please join the wonderful group of volunteers who make this event happen. Do not bring your dog to this event as you will need both hands free to help take care of the participants. 

      Public transportation is a good option for this event. If driving, there are several SmartPark garages that serve this area, and street parking is often available. The garage nearest the Doggie Dash at Waterfront Park is on SE 3rd and Alder – 620 SW 3rd Ave.

      This year there are two options for YDoS volunteers. Please note minimum ages for activities.

      7:30am – 1:00pm
      Need to be assertive; only adults or adult/kid combos. Cheer on all participants and point them in the right direction.  Some positions will be stationed at water stations to hand out water to people and dogs.  Volunteers for this job must be able to stand for long periods, problem solve and follow instructions.

      6:30am - 12 noon
      Helping guide people in line, handing out registration forms, processing registrations, collecting donations, and handing out t-shirts. Must have good customer service skills, enjoy a fast-paced environment and be detail oriented.  Must be able to sit or stand for long periods.  Must be 18 or over for this position.

      Volunteers will be prompted to select a shift upon registering.

      Who’s Coming?

      Contact: Genevieve Fu '05 MArch

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  • Sunday 5/15/22

    • May 15
      12:00PM – 2:00PM
      Project Lemonade, Lloyd Center
      Add to Calendar 2022-05-15T12:00:00 2022-05-15T14:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: OR, Portland - Project Lemonade

      Project Lemonade supports local foster youth with year-round shopping for free clothes and accessories at their store in the Lloyd Center.

      Volunteers are invited to participate one of two ways:

      1. Assist families in the store, check shoppers in and out, organize, and sort donations--whatever needs to be done. If you'd like to be trained to work with shoppers or at checkout, please arrive at 11:30am for training. 16 VOLUNTEERS MAXIMUM.

      2. Organize your own clothing drive, or raise funds to sponsor a WISH. Bring your donations to the store on Sunday, May 15 before 2pm.

      This is an indoor location in the Lloyd Center Mall and appropriate for families with children 8 and up. Public health guidance must be followed. 

      FREE PARKING: Project Lemonade is located in the Lloyd Center Mall, 2nd Floor next to Visionworks. The closest parking is the parking garage next to Barnes and Noble. Drive to Row 2DD and enter the adjacent mall door.

      After the event, we’ll gather for happy hour at a nearby restaurant.

      Who's Coming?

      Contact: Jen Andres '92

      Project Lemonade, Lloyd Center — 1008 Lloyd Center false