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In-Kind Needs

Donate new or gently used items to our Refugee Services program and give our newest neighbors a warm welcome to their new home.

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Donate new or gently used supplies to our Refugee Services Program

Scroll down to see our list of current needs and items we’re unable to accept at this time.

Refugee Services

In-Kind Needs

Please email us at refugee@ccoregon.org to schedule a drop-off for your items.

You can also view and order needed items through our Amazon Wish List.

We are accepting the following items at this time:

  • Sofas (not sofa beds)
  • Couches
  • End tables
  • Floor lamps
  • Table lamps
  • Coffee tables
  • Night stands
  • NEW rain jackets
  • NEW winter coats
  • NEW rainboots
  • NEW umbrellas

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Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
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OPB: Oregon refugee office’s first director talks about goals for new agency

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
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Catholic Sentinel: Welcome Afghan refugees

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
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The Afghan Crisis and Response: What is required to make Oregon a truly welcoming place for refugees?  

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
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