Portland, September 13th,2013. If you couldn’t join the thousands who flocked to Pioneer Courthouse Square for The Standard’s 5th Annual Volunteer Expo, you’re in luck. We’ve got all the information and website links to explore over 130 local nonprofits that could use your time. 

A full list of links of nonprofits is at the bottom of our photos from the event!

Here are some of the great organizations represented at The Standard’s 2013 Volunteer Expo:

Grace Dyer and Kim Higley from Girls Inc. of NW Iregon

Grace Dyer and Kim Higley from Girls Inc. of NW Oregon

Lindsey Warner and Caitlin Martin from Special Olympics Oregon

Lindsey Warner and Caitlin Martin from Special Olympics Oregon

Lynette Yasuda from S.M.A.R.T. (Start Making a Reader Today)

Lynette Yasuda from S.M.A.R.T. (Start Making a Reader Today)

Grace Stainback and Katie Farewell told visitors to their booth about PHAME Academy programs.

Grace Stainback and Katie Farewell told visitors to their booth about PHAME Academy programs.

Megan Woodbury represented United Way and John Afryl the organization's new volunteer partner, Hands on Greater Portland

Megan Woodbury represented United Way and John Afryl the organization’s new volunteer partner, Hands on Greater Portland

Kaleen Boyle told people about volunteer opportunities at SOLVE.

Kaleen Boyle told people about volunteer opportunities at SOLVE.

Meghan Anderson had information about Albertina Kerr's programs.

Meghan Anderson had information about Albertina Kerr’s programs.

Mary Kate Narcisi told visitors to her booth about Camp Fire youth programs.

Mary Kate Narcisi told visitors to her booth about Camp Fire youth programs.

Standard employees Megan Brown, Rashida Willard, Deborah Buley and Ted Fuller volunteered at the event.

Standard employees Megan Brown, Rashida Willard, Deborah Buley and Ted Fuller volunteered at the event.

 

Judith Rizzio from CAP is the manager of volunteer resources.

Judith Rizzio from CAP is the manager of volunteer resources.

Impact Northwest was represented.

Impact Northwest was represented.

Elders in Action was represented.

Elders in Action was represented.

The Oregon Humane Society volunteer recruiters met a of animal lovers.

The Oregon Humane Society volunteer recruiters met a of animal lovers.

 

Here’s a list of links to all of the charities at the The Standard’s 2012 Volunteer Expo. Please consider donating your time, and tell them PortlandSocietyPage.com sent you!

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Human Services

Education

Environment, Animals

Health

Public/Society Benefit