Volunteers are very important to the daily function of the Epilepsy Foundation Oregon (EFOR). Volunteering can be a rich, rewarding experience. EFOR hosts numerous opportunities for volunteers to plug-in on a short term or long term basis – whatever fits your schedule!
Our volunteers are expected to follow all policies and expectations set forth by the Board of Directors. In accordance with policy, EFOR will conduct background checks on all volunteers working with children. All volunteer positions are unpaid.
To volunteer, create an account at or.epilepsyfoundation.volunteerhub.com to get started.
Assist children with epilepsy and other disabilities with a variety of camp activities, including sports, crafts, hiking, boating, etc. Work with other camp counselors to provide a fun, safe environment where campers can take risks, have new adventures and make new friends. Desire to care for, play with and engage children ages 7-16.Learn More About Camp Discovery
EFOR receives hundreds of calls a year for a representative to talk to a service club, school or company. CAN Volunteers (see CAN Volunteer section) volunteer to help start Walk teams and raise funds for EFOR, provide public speaking and/or one-to-one support and sharing of one’s personal experience with epilepsy. CAN Volunteer training sessions to become a certified CAN Volunteer are available through EFOR.Learn More About CAN Volunteers
EFOR holds several community fundraising events each year including the Walk to End Epilepsy, conferences, seminars and camp. Volunteers can assist with area set-up, event registration, take down and other needed activities.
The Oregon Chapter is now taking applications for board membership. If you would like further information and an application, please contact Aric Hareland, Epilepsy Foundation Oregon Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org