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Civic Organizations
There are many types of civic organizations that provide services to their members or organize volunteers to help needy people. Many of the groups are professional clubs that only allow members that meet certain criteria. For instance, an organization might only allow members that have served in the military or attended a certain school. The goals of civic organizations are as varied as the types of groups. Many of them exist to provide needy people with the help that they need. The group might focus on helping homeless people find places to stay or provide mental health counseling to people that do not have insurance. The volunteers at these charity organizations work together, with local businesses, and other nonprofits to improve the community. Some social groups, however, serve as networking opportunities for members. Joining a professional association gives the members numerous opportunities to meet other people with similar interests. Even though the clubs might volunteer at charity centers and hold charity drives, they also offer members networking advantages. Civic organizations often meet in offices, homes, and community centers. Finding the location of their next meeting is not always easy since they might move from place to place. You can use a search engine to locate their web pages, though, which should provide contact information for the group. The web sites might also have information about the groups social, environmental, and community goals. After reading through the web sites, you should have a better understanding of what the groups stand for so that you can pick one that fits your interests.
 
 
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Salem Scottish Rite Center
4090 Commercial St Se, Salem, OR 97302
(503) 363-9240
Beaver Lodge
1360 Nw Van Buren Ave, Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 752-2013
United Way of Benton County
104 Sw 2nd St, Corvallis, OR 97333
(541) 757-7717
Community Service Consortium
536 Sw 2nd St, Corvallis, OR 97333
(541) 758-8218
Masonic Hall Sheridan-Dayton 64
240 Nw Washington St, Sheridan, OR 97378
(503) 843-2264
Mcminnville Physicians Organization
348 S Pine St, Carlton, OR 97111
(503) 852-9538
Odd Fellows Hall
267 E Main St, Hillsboro, OR 97123
(503) 648-5332
Commission On Children & Families
351 Se Harney St, Newport, OR 97365
(541) 574-3305
Pacific NW Section/Awwa
6501 Sw Taylors Ferry Rd, Portland, OR 97223
(503) 760-6460
Jaycee Newman Inc
13237 Se 312th Dr, Boring, OR 97009
(503) 663-7373
Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation
1122 Ne 122nd Ave Ste B114, Portland, OR 97230
(503) 255-6059
Portland Volleyball Club
16633 Ne Halsey St, Portland, OR 97230
(503) 252-5646


Civic organizations are local, national or international groups or associations dedicated to promoting all aspects of civic life. Such organizations are usually nonprofit association groups that provide a network of social, environmental, business, health, office, professional and home and family service, usually to benefit a charity of some sort, such as the homeless. Many civic organizations rely on volunteer helpers to organize fundraising events, club meeting times, office hours and other business matters. Such nonprofit organizations are often funded with state or national grants, allowing for the association to provide a valuable service to the community, whether through environmental work, social network, counsel services and social and business outlets. You can find civic organizations near you by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directory listings. Whether you want information on national civic organizations or local civic organizations, you can find what you're looking for on the Internet. Do a search for the exact type of civic organization or center you're interested in and go from there. Are you interested in counsel services, social outlets, business contacts meeting facilities, or charity work? Do your research and contact a few different civic organizations you feel would be a good fit. Most civic organizations have websites you can browse for more information. Such associations can offer helpful links and newsletters, hints on how to choose a civic organization, business guides, industry news, member associations, how-to-join guidelines, and business listings of civic organizations in your community. You can call your local town hall to get more information on civic association organizations in your area, such as office chair contact information.
 
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