Dear community and neighbors,
We understand this is a difficult experience for the community and nation. Currently, basic services are in higher demand than ever before, and in an effort to keep staff, and our community healthy we will be limiting services effective March 19,2020.
We are no longer receiving donation drop-offs. Please redirect all donations to emergency child care centers and food pantries. This is the single best way to get supplies out to those in need right now.
The following are agencies in our area currently receiving donations (please call ahead):
YMCA (Ashland, Rogue River, Grants Pass)
We are wishing you, your family and our community, health. We appreciate everyone’s understanding and patience as we transition to a remote service delivery model until further notice.
We appreciate all the well wishes and generosity from our community at this time. Those with the will and means to help are welcome to do so online at http://www.maslowproject.
Please take care of yourself and your family at this time. If you find yourselves in need of assistance – please reach out! This is precisely what we do, and we’re happy to provide assistance. We will provide service updates as they occur via our social media http://www.facebook.com/
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.
Sort donated food, checking expiration dates and stocking food pantry shelves.
Staff our annual public events, fundraisers, or donation drives.
If you are over 18 years of age and interested in volunteering for Maslow Project, please click on the “Volunteer” button below:
Maslow Project’s volunteer program is currently on hold until further notice. This is to ensure the safety of our staff, community, and clients. If you complete the above form to volunteer, your information will be added to our list of potential volunteers to contact if/when we are ready to do so. We appreciate your patience – thank you.
For more information please contact Emily at (541) 608-6868.
You can download Maslow Project’s Volunteer application by clicking here.
Host a donation drive
Thank you to Christine Rosie Newman, Josh Kelleher, and Keith Earlman of the Optic Reality Team!
If your club, organization, church or business is interested in hosting a donation drive for us contact our Community Outreach Coordinator!
We rely on the help of our community to keep our clothing closet, food pantry and hygiene hallway stocked, so donation drives are great ways to give back to Maslow!
With the end of the school year, school supply drives are the perfect summer donation drive!
Most needed Items
Hygiene Supplies – Diapers, Baby Wipes, Shampoo, Conditioner & Body Wash, Feminine Hygiene Products, Hairbrushes, Razors, Lip Balm, Deodorant, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes
New Socks (Infant – Adult)
New Underwear (Toddler – Adult)
Snacks for Our Lobby
Camping Supplies (Tents, Sleeping Bags, Tarps)
Warm Weather Items
Cold Weather Items
Host an event or fundraiser
Custom for Kids Car Show
This car show is put on by dedicated community members and has donated 100% of their event proceeds to Maslow Project for six years now. Through their hard work they have raised just under $50,000.
Facebook: Customs for Kids Car Show
Want to get involved in this year’s car show? Email: Bill Newell
Take a look at this video from the 2019 Custom for Kids Car Show
If you want to hold an event for Maslow Project, please call our Community Engagement Coordinator Emily Baehr at (541) 608-6868.