Community Partners

At The Grove we love our community. We're well aware that we don't have the time or resources to provide all of the services that are needed in our city; so we've partnered with organizations who meet our cities needs in ways we could only dream to do. Below are the organizations we love support and encourage you to get involved with. Find the one you're passionate about and sign up to volunteer today!

  • Options pregnancy resource center



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  • casa OF lINN COUNTY

    CASA is the only volunteer organization that empowers everyday citizens as officers of the court. CASA is a federally and state mandated, non-profit organization that recruits, trains and supports community citizens to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children who are under the protection of the Juvenile Dependency Court. In an overburdened social welfare system, many of these children will “slip through the cracks” among the hundreds of open dependency cases. These are some of the serving opportunities CASA provides:

    • Individuals to become trained CASA's
    • Administrative support in the office
    • Volunteers for projects throughout the year

    If you are interested in volunteering at CASA visit linncasa.org or you can email goserve@albanygrove.com
  • FISH of albany

    Fish is a non-profit organization providing emergency services and assistance to those in need of food, clothing and other resources. These are the ways you can help FISH:

    • Clothing & food donations
    • Sort food & clothing
    • Pack food boxes to be handed out
    • Volunteer as a receptionist
    • Help with special projects

    If you are interested in volunteering at FISH you can visit fishofalbany.com or email goserve@albanygrove.com
  • Jackson street youth SERVICES

    Jackson Street Youth Services helps runaway, homeless and at-risk youth in our region find the safety and stability they need. Two 24/7 shelters in Albany and Corvallis provide crisis stabilization for youth between the ages of 10-17. Longer-term housing for young adults ages 18-20 is also available. While staying at the shelters, Jackson Street teaches life skills like cooking meals, washing laundry, managing schedules and proper hygiene, with the goal of returning youth to a home that can be safe. Below are some of the serving opportunities at Jackson Street:

    • Be a positive role model through Mentoring
    • Become an Ambassador for Jackson Street
    • Tutoring students after school
    • Lead activities
    • Volunteer opportunities for teens
    • Adopting a Wishlist item (i.e. milk donations, bus passes, or community passes)

    If you have a passion for our youth and want to make a difference in their lives, we welcome you to join us. To learn more check out jacksonstreet.org or email goserve@albanygrove.com