Lifespan Respite of the Arc of Jackson County needs snacks and beverages, such as coffee, lemonade, tea mix, pretzels or crackers; playing cards, bingo sets and puzzles; crafts, colored pencils and card stock; and volunteers to help provide respite for those caring for loved ones round-the-clock. Donations may be dropped off at 2860 State St., Medford, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The next volunteer training is Feb. 12. Call 821-8764. Addictions Recovery Center, Medford, needs 30-minute phone cards for their clients to stay in touch with families and recovery resources, postage stamps, stationery, journals or composition books, reusable water bottles, bed pillows, bath towels, washable blankets and comforters. They also need volunteers for filing, client transportation, and to act as mentors for clients in treatment. Contact Ed Burns or Lisa Parmenter at 779-1282. The Landing, a new community center in Butte Falls, needs nonperishable items for the food pantry, paper goods, blankets and pillows for its emergency shelter, and paint and paint supplies for the interior and exterior of the facility, including primer. Its organization, Butte Falls Community School Partnership, also needs volunteers. Call 865-3500. OnTrack, an addiction treatment center at 221 W. Main St., Medford, needs donations of diapers, toilet paper, towels, deodorant, shampoo, laundry soap, bar soap and other personal grooming products of any size, including travel products. Call 772-1777. ACCESS Inc. needs various items for its Senior Disabled Outreach program, including bus passes, pre-paid Valley Lift passes, postage stamps, Tracfones (pre-paid cell phones) and pre-paid minutes for them, adult diapers of all sizes and new television converter boxes. Items can be dropped off at 3630 Aviation Way or call 779-6691. SORCC (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics), White City, needs phone cards of 30 minutes or more to help veterans stay in touch with families, lap blankets or afghans, magazines and books, treats (cookies, fresh fruit, candies, cakes, but no cream or filled pies or cakes), new men's and women's socks and undergarments, toiletries, postage stamps, stationery and electric wheelchairs. Donations can be dropped off at the Jackson County Democratic Party headquarters, 40 S. Central Ave., Medford. Southern Oregon Humane Society needs Diamond Brand dog and cat food (available at the Grange Co-Op), KMR-Kitten milk replacement, cat and dog toys and treats and new or used towels. Volunteers also are needed and must attend an orientation meeting. Donations can be dropped off at the shelter, 2910 Table Rock Road, Medford. Salvation Army needs warm clothing (especially coats) and nonperishable food. Donations may be dropped off at 4149 S. Pacific Highway, Phoenix; 922 N. Central Ave., Medford; and 2400 Antelope Road, White City. Committed Alliance To Strays needs Science Diet cat food, KMR-Kitten milk replacement formula (dry or powdered), cotton pads (no cotton balls), rabbit pellets, Clorox bleach, paper towels and pet food that can be donated to families. Donations can be dropped off at 104 N. Ross Lane, at bins at the Mini Pet Marts at 1100 Crater Lake Ave. and 1081 Stewart Ave., and at Best Friends animal hospitals in the area. Food & Friends, the Meals on Wheels Program for Jackson and Josephine Counties, needs volunteer home-delivery drivers and meal site assistance. For more information, call Paula at 734-9505, ext. 1, or visit www.rvcog.org and click on the Food & Friends tab. The Jackson County Democratic Party headquarters at 40 S. Central Ave., Medford, will accept donations for CATS, the Salvation Army, the Southern Oregon Humane Society and SORCC.

Lifespan Respite of the Arc of Jackson County needs snacks and beverages, such as coffee, lemonade, tea mix, pretzels or crackers; playing cards, bingo sets and puzzles; crafts, colored pencils and card stock; and volunteers to help provide respite for those caring for loved ones round-the-clock. Donations may be dropped off at 2860 State St., Medford, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The next volunteer training is Feb. 12. Call 821-8764. Addictions Recovery Center, Medford, needs 30-minute phone cards for their clients to stay in touch with families and recovery resources, postage stamps, stationery, journals or composition books, reusable water bottles, bed pillows, bath towels, washable blankets and comforters. They also need volunteers for filing, client transportation, and to act as mentors for clients in treatment. Contact Ed Burns or Lisa Parmenter at 779-1282. The Landing, a new community center in Butte Falls, needs nonperishable items for the food pantry, paper goods, blankets and pillows for its emergency shelter, and paint and paint supplies for the interior and exterior of the facility, including primer. Its organization, Butte Falls Community School Partnership, also needs volunteers. Call 865-3500. OnTrack, an addiction treatment center at 221 W. Main St., Medford, needs donations of diapers, toilet paper, towels, deodorant, shampoo, laundry soap, bar soap and other personal grooming products of any size, including travel products. Call 772-1777. ACCESS Inc. needs various items for its Senior Disabled Outreach program, including bus passes, pre-paid Valley Lift passes, postage stamps, Tracfones (pre-paid cell phones) and pre-paid minutes for them, adult diapers of all sizes and new television converter boxes. Items can be dropped off at 3630 Aviation Way or call 779-6691. SORCC (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics), White City, needs phone cards of 30 minutes or more to help veterans stay in touch with families, lap blankets or afghans, magazines and books, treats (cookies, fresh fruit, candies, cakes, but no cream or filled pies or cakes), new men's and women's socks and undergarments, toiletries, postage stamps, stationery and electric wheelchairs. Donations can be dropped off at the Jackson County Democratic Party headquarters, 40 S. Central Ave., Medford. Southern Oregon Humane Society needs Diamond Brand dog and cat food (available at the Grange Co-Op), KMR-Kitten milk replacement, cat and dog toys and treats and new or used towels. Volunteers also are needed and must attend an orientation meeting. Donations can be dropped off at the shelter, 2910 Table Rock Road, Medford. Salvation Army needs warm clothing (especially coats) and nonperishable food. Donations may be dropped off at 4149 S. Pacific Highway, Phoenix; 922 N. Central Ave., Medford; and 2400 Antelope Road, White City. Committed Alliance To Strays needs Science Diet cat food, KMR-Kitten milk replacement formula (dry or powdered), cotton pads (no cotton balls), rabbit pellets, Clorox bleach, paper towels and pet food that can be donated to families. Donations can be dropped off at 104 N. Ross Lane, at bins at the Mini Pet Marts at 1100 Crater Lake Ave. and 1081 Stewart Ave., and at Best Friends animal hospitals in the area. Food & Friends, the Meals on Wheels Program for Jackson and Josephine Counties, needs volunteer home-delivery drivers and meal site assistance. For more information, call Paula at 734-9505, ext. 1, or visit www.rvcog.org and click on the Food & Friends tab. The Jackson County Democratic Party headquarters at 40 S. Central Ave., Medford, will accept donations for CATS, the Salvation Army, the Southern Oregon Humane Society and SORCC.

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