Become a Volunteer
Maslow Project is a small, grassroots organization. We value community involvement and rely on volunteers with a diverse range of skills.
Here are just a few of the ways you can help.
Sort and display clothing donations to make them available for homeless youth.
Provide job readiness training and academic support for a youth to foster stability in the life of a homeless youth.
Be a smiling face to greet clients and help to provide them with basic needs services.
Perform bike and car repairs for our clients or office and computer maintenance for our organization.
Food Pantry Support/Clerical
Sort donated food, checking expiration dates and stocking food pantry shelves. Assist with office tasks as needed.
Staff our annual public events, fundraisers, or donation drives.
Host a Donation Drive
Most Needed Items
Host a Donation Drive!
Make a Financial Donation
Three ways to increase the impact of your financial donation to Maslow Project
Your monthly donation to Maslow Project gives us a steady and reliable source of monthly income – a wonderful gift to a nonprofit organization! And it’s easy to do
- Click on “Donate Now” tab on the upper right
- After you enter a donation amount, click the “Make This Recurring (Monthly)” box to the right on your donation amount
- Enter your contact information and credit card number
- Click “Submit“!
When you make a donation of stock to Maslow Project, you’ll receive a tax deduction, and potentially avoid realizing capital gains. Talk to your CPA about the benefits of in-kind donation of your investments! If you want to donate stocks to Maslow Project contact Karen Phillips.
By naming Maslow Project in your will or trust, you leave a legacy gift that will continue to support our work with homeless youth and families. Interested in naming Maslow Project in your will or trust contact Karen Phillips.
Host an Event or Fundraiser
Southern Oregon’s 3rd annual smoked salmon competition – featuring local food, wine and beer; live music; and a day of family-friendly activities at the Pear Blossom Park in Medford, OR! 100% of the proceeds benefit Maslow Project.
Any questions or want to be involved next year? Email: Jorge Zamarripa