CARES Center provides resources to Eugene/Springfield residents
posted 10 months ago by JohnQMurray from Lane COAD
The new Community Aligned Resources for Eugene/Springfield (CARES) Center opened its doors last week.
The new CARES Center provides food, home goods, toiletries and other supplies for people who experience a disability, families who have a child with a disability, as well as other people in need in Eugene and Springfield.
Where: 4181 E. Street, Springfield, Oregon 97478
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4pm-7pm, Saturdays 10am-2pm
To Request Help or Receive Information: Download WhatsApp, a free, international texting app. Then text “RECEIVE INFO” to 541-285-1888. Alternately, call 458-215-4272 (English) or 458-215-4277 (Spanish), send an email to CARES@arclane.org or visit the CARES office during hours of operation.
To Donate: Call Edith Osorio at 541-285-1888 or email her at email@example.com to schedule an appointment. Only new or lightly used items. Please do not drop off donations without scheduling an appointment.
The CARES Center is a collaboration between The Arc Lane County, Families Connected, FOOD for Lane County, the Community Alliance of Lane County and United Way. This organization is an equal opportunity provider.
To get help or lend help, visit CARES at https://www.arclane.org/resources/cares.
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