Community Service

Club Board Positions

President:
Bill Monahan

President Elect:
Cheron Calder

Secretary:
Jacob Pilling

Treasurer:
Shannon Moxley

Club Service Director:
Gina Cobb

Youth Service Director:
Tom Anderson

Community Service Director:
Marland Henderson

Vocational Service Director:
Kim Morris

International Service Director:
Ken VanDomelen

Rotary Club of Tigard Foundation:
Jeff Tainer

Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest.

Based on relevant community concerns, available resources, and club service interests, the Community Service Committee works to coordinate our local community service projects.  Our club has ongoing service projects in which we participate each year as well as special projects as we are made aware of the need and resources are available.  Our ongoing service projects include:

Meals on Wheels

Sign up to be one of two Rotarians that delivers food to 8-10 people in the Tigard Community on Thursday at 10am to 11:45am. You are scheduled once a month- through Tigard Senior Center.

Dictionary Project

Tigard Rotary partners up with Tigard Breakfast club to give a Webster’s English dictionary to every third grade student in the Tigard public schools. We also provide an English/Spanish dictionary to every student who has Spanish speaking family at home. 

School Backpacks

Donate $25 for a back pack filled with school supplies for children in need. Starting out their school year with everything they need to have a successful year.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Sign up to help in serving thanksgiving meals at Tigard Senior Center on Thanksgiving Day.  Bringing family members and friends is encouraged.

Holiday Meal Boxes

Holiday Food Boxes Project benefits families living in the Good Neighbor Center’s housing programs. We need volunteers to help sort and pack the groceries and deliver them to families. The families get a Turkey dinner with all the fixings.

Operation Warm Coats

Purchase coats $17 a coat for children in need and one evening meet pass them out to the children.

Salvation Army Bell Ringing

Bell ringing at J.C. Penney, Washington Square Mall.  Shifts are two hours with two people per door.  Rotarians, family members and/or friends are all welcome to participate. 

In addition to the ongoing service projects each year, we also do special projects from time to time, such as:

Playground Equipment at Fowler Park, 2015