Volunteer Tigard

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Thank you for your interest in helping our community during this unprecedented time. We have several opportunities to volunteer individually or virtually that are listed below.

Serve on a Board or Committee

The volunteers who serve on Tigard’s Boards and Committees are foundational to informing the development of our programs and policies. Our volunteers dedicate their time and expertise to serve as an important link to community needs and represent community values. The City of Tigard welcomes people of all backgrounds and experiences to serve on our boards and committees.

Applications are available to submit year-round. As board and committee opportunities arise, the Tigard team will review applications submitted up until that date. The majority of board and committee openings occur in May and October.

To learn about each board and committee visit our website.

Library Planting Party

Our Tigard Library is hosting a Planting Party for a landscaping project on Wednesday, June 16 and Thursday, June 17 from 9-11AM and is looking for people who are interested in helping to plant items in the ground! No prior gardening experience required, but the activity does require bending and light lifting.

If you are interested in participating, you can sign up here! https://signup.com/go/iPHFPOF

Library Virtual Volunteer

  • Book Review Volunteer
  • Community Helper
  • Five Oaks Gathering History Project
  • Social Media Ambassador
  • and more!

To learn more & to apply visit the library webpage.

Make a Donation (monetary, food, protective equipment)

  • Local community members are coordinating Operation HOPE (Health, Outreach, Partnership, Encouragement) to help those experiencing homelessness and isolation by partnering with nonprofits to donate small care packages. Packages include hand sanitizer, a warm clothing item, small treat, and personalized item. Over 1,000 care packages have been sent to over a dozen local organizations. If you are able, please donate items through this Amazon wish list.
  • WashCo Bikes is looking for bike donations of any make, model, size and condition for families, essential works, vets, and seniors in need. WashCo Bikes can pick up your donation from your driveway if you live in Tigard, Tualatin, Beaverton/Washington County area. For questions please contact WashCo Bikes or ed@washcobikes.org
  • Tigard Tualatin School District
  • Good Neighbor Center
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Oregon Office of Emergency Management
  • Oregon Food Bank
  • Community Action


Thank you for your interest in helping our community during this unprecedented time. We have several opportunities to volunteer individually or virtually that are listed below.

Serve on a Board or Committee

The volunteers who serve on Tigard’s Boards and Committees are foundational to informing the development of our programs and policies. Our volunteers dedicate their time and expertise to serve as an important link to community needs and represent community values. The City of Tigard welcomes people of all backgrounds and experiences to serve on our boards and committees.

Applications are available to submit year-round. As board and committee opportunities arise, the Tigard team will review applications submitted up until that date. The majority of board and committee openings occur in May and October.

To learn about each board and committee visit our website.

Library Planting Party

Our Tigard Library is hosting a Planting Party for a landscaping project on Wednesday, June 16 and Thursday, June 17 from 9-11AM and is looking for people who are interested in helping to plant items in the ground! No prior gardening experience required, but the activity does require bending and light lifting.

If you are interested in participating, you can sign up here! https://signup.com/go/iPHFPOF

Library Virtual Volunteer

  • Book Review Volunteer
  • Community Helper
  • Five Oaks Gathering History Project
  • Social Media Ambassador
  • and more!

To learn more & to apply visit the library webpage.

Make a Donation (monetary, food, protective equipment)

  • Local community members are coordinating Operation HOPE (Health, Outreach, Partnership, Encouragement) to help those experiencing homelessness and isolation by partnering with nonprofits to donate small care packages. Packages include hand sanitizer, a warm clothing item, small treat, and personalized item. Over 1,000 care packages have been sent to over a dozen local organizations. If you are able, please donate items through this Amazon wish list.
  • WashCo Bikes is looking for bike donations of any make, model, size and condition for families, essential works, vets, and seniors in need. WashCo Bikes can pick up your donation from your driveway if you live in Tigard, Tualatin, Beaverton/Washington County area. For questions please contact WashCo Bikes or ed@washcobikes.org
  • Tigard Tualatin School District
  • Good Neighbor Center
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Oregon Office of Emergency Management
  • Oregon Food Bank
  • Community Action


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