is short for Community Outreach Projects that the club is involved in. We
believe in giving back to the community and try to support charities in and
around the Salem/Willamette Valley area through donations of cash, toys, other items, and time.
On Dec 10th some members delivered new toys to the kids at Family Building Blocks. Toys are collected from member donations and delivered to this worthy charity annually. To learn more visit their webpage and see what they are about
Family Building Blocks
During our Carousel Cruise we collect canned food to donate to the Marion Polk Food Share who distributes emergency food boxes and prepares on site meals to those in need. We also donate a portion of the 50/50 drawing from our monthly meeting don't forget to come to the meeting and buy your tickets, not only could you win some cash you'll also be helping others! Click here for more information or to learn how to help.
The "A" Team
On Thursday evenings you can find some of our club members gathered in a corner of CJ's Hot Rod shop working on an old model A. Volunteers show up to help work on this classic, building it from the ground up. Most of the parts and labor are donated to keep the cost down in order to sell the car and donate profits to local charities. Feel free to come
out and lend a hand, learn something, meet other club members, and have a good time. The last project sold to Doernbecher Childrens Hospital who will use it to raise money and support for kids there. We have high hopes for this model A and if you can't come out you can always follow the progress here as new photos are added to the slideshow. Youwill also find updates on the progressin the monthly newsletter.
We provide a scholarship fund to students interested in pursuing a career in the automotive industry.
For more information follow the link above where you'll find an application, complete details, and the what is required to qualify.
This organization of dedicated volunteers, supporters and participants have joined together to raise awareness to the sacrifices made by America’s fallen heroes and their families.
Explore the website, support our efforts, participate on our rides and family visits, and help us convey our thanks to those who have sacrificed and all those who have served
Catholic Community Services is a non-profit, faith-based organization serving children, youth, adults and families with special needs in the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Oregon Coast.
Founded in Salem in 1938, CCS offers more than 15 programs providing Family Support Services; Independent Living Services; and Community Homes for children in long term foster care and for adults with developmental disabilities. We serve more than 1,500 people annually and employ 400 members of our community.
Dedicated to providing the highest quality services and research-based practices, CCS is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation for Child and Family Services, Behavioral Health Services and Group Living Services.
Learn even more by visiting the website Here.