Whether CDDC is meeting people’s basic needs, providing dignified assistance and advocacy, offering opportunities for building community and social networks, or supporting individuals’ welfare and rehabilitation across emergency, transitional, and ongoing life circumstances, your care and commitment make all the difference. Thank you for your support!
Your donations help the Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center deliver individualized care and services to our guests while also confronting systemic poverty and homelessness right here in our own backyard.
Thank you for investing in this community. We appreciate you!
Donate by Mail
Please make your check payable to Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center and mail to:
PO Box 1705
Corvallis OR 97339
Donations of Goods & Services
Volunteer – We are so grateful for your gifts of time and skill. To learn more about volunteering your time or donating services, please contact Allison Hobgood at firstname.lastname@example.org or (458) 233-5327.
Gifts in Kind – We welcome your donations of food, hygiene items, new and gently-used clothing, shoes, and other items. Please check our Current Needs List or follow us on social media to find out what our guest most need right now. Items can be mailed or dropped off to our 4th Street location.
Currents Needs List
Our guests’ needs change with the seasons and environmental circumstances. Please consider donating new and gently-used items from our list below.
Feel free to call (458) 233-5327 if you have items to donate that you don’t see on this list.
- Winter Gloves
- XXL Sweatshirts and Hoodies
- Men’s Pants
- Hand and Foot Warmers
- Wool Socks
- Hygiene items (travel size)
- Ponchos and rain gearTents
- Sleeping Bags
- Sandwich bread
- Sandwich bags
- Small ziplock bags
Every single thing we do at CDDC is thanks to caring supporters, volunteers, and donors in our community. We cannot thank our daily CDDC and SORT volunteers enough! We likewise are grateful to recognize these local partners who go above and beyond to serve the needs of our guests and our center in their own unique ways.
Sam & Staff
Sierra & Dave
Death By Donutz
Good Samaritan Hospital
Jennifer & Bob Headrick from The Gathering Church
Corvallis First Alternative Co Op
Ben & Melody Slothower
Peace Lutheran Backpack Ministry
Libby, Barry, and friends
from the Buddhists Responding Group
The Lotus Room, In Memory of Jim Gouveia
In memory of our Board Member, Jim Gouveia, and based on his innovative vision, we created the Lotus Room—a confidential space where our guests can participate in culturally relevant, inclusive counseling and support services that are tailored to the specific access and equity needs of homeless and low-income individuals.
For many of the folks we serve, traditional models of counseling can be deeply inequitable and do not suit their unique needs and circumstances. For example, making appointments scheduled far in advance and waiting months to see a professional miss the mark if someone has no or unreliable transportation, an unpredictable life schedule, and more acute mental health needs. Costs for conventional care and medication are out of reach for most of our guests. Current resources in the region cannot meet the massive demand for help and explicit needs of people, many with mental disabilities, living in extreme poverty.
With an incredible lift from our donors and champions, the Lotus Room is now up and running at CDDC! Free counseling sessions and other direct support services in the Lotus Room help people improve quality of life, begin to heal trauma and daily stress, and overcome barriers that keep them from obtaining or maintaining housing, employment, relationships, or other elements of healthy, stable lives.
We offer our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to everyone who contributed to this project, and especially to Chareane Wimbly-Gouveia and the Buddhists Responding group from Sangha Jewel Zen Center for guidance and fundraising efforts, as well as Ben and Melody Slothower with L&S Builders, Inc. for their amazing, on-the-ground efforts to make the Lotus Room a reality.