The Douglas County Nonprofit Resource Roundup event was packed Monday morning in the Ford Community Room in the Douglas County Library. Nearly 100 guests made up of representatives from large nonprofit foundations and smaller nonprofits located throughout Oregon attended.
The Umpqua Valley Arts Association announces five new gallery exhibits open to the public for free until April 28 that will be unveiled at a public opening reception held from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday at the Arts Center.
The YMCA of Douglas County received $50,000 from the Knight Cancer Institute Community Partnership Program at Oregon Health & Science University to bring a 12-week cancer survivor program to Douglas County.
The 56th Annual Douglas County AFS Banquet will be held at 5 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 26, at Wellspring Bible Fellowship, 2245 N.W. Kline St., Roseburg.
Southern Oregon Goodwill’s voucher program will give $62,850 in vouchers to 72 community service agencies in Douglas, Klamath, Jackson and Josephine counties by the end of the year. The vouchers will help people in need of clothing and home essentials.
WINCHESTER — Valentine’s Day is not just for couples, as people’s furry friends at the Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center made clear Saturday afternoon.
The American Red Cross needs blood donations now and throughout the winter to maintain a sufficient blood supply for patients in need. Blood donors are encouraged to make an appointment to give blood this winter so that patients can continue to receive lifesaving treatments.
The following organizations and businesses will be collecting nonperishable food items for the UCAN Food Bank network of emergency food pantries. Food drives will take place from today through Feb. 28 at the following locations:
Celebration of Literacy 2017 will hold a series of literature-related events throughout the county, Saturday through March 4, with activities that promote the written word.
Hope Services, a local nonprofit organization which operates Roseburg’s N’Lite Women’s Clinic has hired a new executive director whose vision for the group’s future is living by its name — providing more services, and vast amounts of hope for women of Douglas County.
Beginning his presentation with a boring example of an ineffective public speaker, Jim Daniel from Roseburg soon changed his delivery and became an engaging, confident speaker who made a lasting impression on his audience. His point was to show the difference between a boring and an interest…
The Alzheimer’s Association will be holding three public educational programs at the Douglas County Library in Roseburg during the next three months.
CANYONVILLE — The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation awarded $508,150 in grants to 77 nonprofit organizations Thursday at an awards ceremony held at Seven Feathers Casino Resort.
The American Red Cross has a severe blood shortage and is issuing an emergency call for blood and platelet donors to make a donation appointment now and help save patient lives.
The second annual Christmas Dinner held at the Roseburg Senior Center in early December was a success this year, with event organizers from Feed the Burg serving about 50 more people compared with last year.
GLIDE — Because of the efforts of Boy Scout Troop 112 in Glide, 211 families living in the Glide School District received food for the holidays last weekend through the 2016 Holiday Food and Gift Basket Program.
WINSTON — One of the biggest Christmas presents to the Douglas County community this holiday season is Kayode, a 4,000-pound white rhinoceros that made his way to Wildlife Safari in early November from the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.