Laundry Basket Project – ends December 6
Donate household Cleaning and Personal Hygiene Products to be delivered to organizations helping families to set up new homes after leaving domestic violence. Help us this holiday season as we collect donations for domestic violence survivors! 1 in every 4 women are affected by domestic violence.
Collecting items now!
Donation drop off: CC 268
Event ends December 6
Since domestic violence survivors face many barriers when transitioning into safe homes, we need YOUR help supplying families with house-hold cleaning supplies, pet supplies, and personal hygiene products! We are asking for donations that cannot be purchased with SNAP benefits. This year we will be delivering our donations to Volunteers of America – Home Free and Catholic Charities El Programa – Project UNICA. With your generous donations, you would make a tremendous difference for a survivor and their family!
- Laundry soap
- Dish soap
- Toilet tissue
- Household cleaning products
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Hand soap
- Toothpaste and toothbrushes
- Diapers and wipes
- Menstrual products
- and much more!
Eco-friendly donations are appreciated! Cash and checks accepted.
MMRP: A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer – October and November
Actor's wanted for PCC's benefit production of A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer.
Earn 3 Education Leadership Credits.
General Interest Meetings:
- Thursday October 27 at 1pm
- Monday October 31 at 2pm
- Tuesday November 1 at 3pm
- Wednesday November 2 at 10am
- Monday November 7 at 10am
If you are interested in being a part of this year’s production you must attend one of these sessions. All meetings will be held in the SS 215 Conference Rooms.
Auditions start the week of November 14. Must attend an Interest Meeting to sign up for an audition time. No acting experience necessary. Females, males, trans*, and all genders 17 and above who are affiliated with Portland Community College are welcome to audition. Must be willing to perform small and large parts. All actors must also participate in all aspects of the V-Day campaign including working on ticket sales, outreach, and advertisement.
Performances are February 17 and 18.
Coming Out Day – October 11
Tuesday, October 11, 12:30-4:30pm – Tree Rooms
Domestic Violence Awareness Month – October 24-28
In Their Shoes Display – October 24-28 – lower CC Mall
Politics for the People by the People – November 3
Thursday, November 3 from 11am-1pm in the Fir and Oak rooms (off the Cafeteria)
Come learn about the benefits and challenges of creating social change through political activism.
Workshops will include experienced panelists from various social movements.
Adult and Children's Clothing and Items Swap – November 15
Swap not shop with PCC Sylvania Women's Resource Center!
Tuesday, November 15 from 11am-3pm in the Cafeteria
Bring or drop off gently used items (clothing, accessories, toys) and pick up "new-to-you" items without spending money! Nothing to bring? Come anyway!
You may drop off items at the WRC starting Wednesday, November 9 located at CC 268 (back of Cafeteria). Refreshments provided.
Scholarship Workshop – November 22
Tuesday, November 22, 11:30am-1pm, Library 204
Trans Recognition Wee – November 14-17
November 14-17, Vigil on November 17 from 1-2pm in the Upper CC Mall near the Totem Pole
Mental Health Self Care: Surviving the Holidays – November 21
Come do crafts, find community and resources and enjoy refreshments!
Monday, November 21, 12-2:30 in the Oak and Elm rooms (off the cCafeteria)
SNAP benefits workshop – December 1
Need help with food? Come learn about SNAP (food stamps) benefits! Staff from Partnership for a Hungry Free Oregon and Multnomah County will also help students apply for SNAP benefits.
Thursday, December 1, 9am-12 noon in the Sylvania WRC, CC 268 (in the back of the Cafeteria). Presentations at 9am, 10am and 11am but you can come at any time.
World Aids Day Display – December 1
Upper CC mall