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Parent Teacher Organization (FRISB)

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Matching Programs

FRISB is an IRS approved 501(C)3 non-profit organization. Many employers will match their employee’s donations to qualifying non-profit organizations including FRISB.  Our Federal Tax ID is 87-0772923.

Here are some Matching Programs that have been identified:

Intel - Intel requires a minimum donation of $25. Intel uses an online process. Please complete the request online and enter in Friends of ISB (FRISB) with Recipient ID 0014906

Nike – Please ensure that all of the donations you make for a match are done through WE Giving.

Kaiser Permanente – A minimum donation of $25 is required. Please complete the Kaiser Permanente Matching Program.
 
Other Matching Programs
Please let FRISB know of other Matching Programs and we will be sure to include this information on our website.
 
Where to Mail Your Form
Please forward your Matching Forms to the school’s office or mail to FRISB and we will take care of the rest. Thank you in advance for your support:
 
FRISB
Treasurer
17770 SW Blanton Street
Beaverton, OR 97078

Questions?
Please direct your questions to the current FRISB Treasurer. Thank you.

 

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PROCEDURES AND FORMS

Community Service Suggestions

In addition to these opportunities to volunteer on your own, FRISB will be arranging three ISB community service group events this school year.  Announcements will be made via the Newsletter and via social media.  Stay tuned for opportunities to volunteer as an ISB community!

 

HELP ANIMALS: 

HELPING ON-SITE 

Oregon Humane Society (Parent transportation needed) 12+

Join a youth volunteer group to help socialize animals for adoption

https://www.oregonhumane.org/get-involved/volunteer/youths-12-17/

Audubon Society (Parent transportation needed) 12+ 

Sign up as an Audubon volunteer to help rehabilitate wildlife recovery habitats

https://audubonportland.org/get-involved/volunteer/

HELPING FROM HOME 

Oregon Humane Society (Parent transportation needed for delivery) all ages

Bake treats for shelter animals at home

Here's the link for recipes:  https://www.oregonhumane.org/wp-content/uploads/Dog-Cat-Treat-Recipes-2019.pdf

LEARNING/ TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES 

Bonnie L Hays shelter (Must be 16 or older) 

https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/org23636.jsp

CAT Adoption team (Parent supervision needed if under 16)

https://catadoptionteam.org/volunteer/

Oregon National Primate Research Center (Parent transportation needed) 14+

Sign up here for a tour and to find out how you can get involved 

https://www.ohsu.edu/onprc/tours

 

SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT:

HELPING ON-SITE 

Friends of Trees (Parent transportation and participation needed) all ages welcome

It's tree planting season! Sign up here to attend a planting session

https://friendsoftrees.org/event-calendar/

Print. sign. and bring a copy of the youth waiver form with you

https://friendsoftrees.org/volunteer-faq/#Youth%20Volunteer%20Waivers

Friends of the Columbia Gorge (Parent transportation and participation needed) all ages welcome

Check the link here for multiple opportunities to support the Columbia Gorge

Trail repair, Environmental activism, Land stewardship 

https://gorgefriends.org/ways-to-give/volunteer-with-friends-of-the-columbia-gorge.html

Rebuilding Center 

(Parent transportation and participation needed) age 14+ 

Join the Thursday evening de-nailing party and salvage building materials

so they don't end in the landfill 

https://www.rebuildingcenter.org/volunteer

 

HELP OTHERS:

HELPING ON-SITE

Oregon Foodbank (Parent participation needed) 

Sign up here to attend a volunteer session 

https://www.oregonfoodbank.org/get-involved/volunteer/

Blanchet House (Parent participation needed) age 12+ Help serve and sustain the homeless community

https://blanchethouse.org/volunteer/

HELPING FROM HOME

Meals on Wheels all ages 

Meals on Wheels serves hot nutritious meals at dozen of dining centers in Multnomah, Washington and Clark counties and provides Meals on Wheels service to homebound seniors.

Decorate holiday placemats to be delivered to homebound seniors. If you are interested, please reach out to FRISBoard@gmail.com for placemats. 

LEARNING/ TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES 

Mercy Corps Action Center (Parent supervision required) 

Welcome to Mercy Corps, where our team of 5,000+ humanitarians take on the world's toughest challenges to help people build better, stronger lives.

We mobilize communities, collaborate with companies and activate across agencies to deliver breakthrough ideas that make a better world possible.

https://www.mercycorpsnw.org/events/

Stop by Mercy Corps Hll in Portland. DR to visit their current exhibits.

https:/ /www.mercycorps.org/action-center/exhibits