Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Green Winter Food Drive 2023 a Huge Success!

Food Drive Exceeds Goal and Raises $7,120!

Thanks to everyone who donated, Food for Lane County received $2,120 via our dedicated webpage and the rest via checks. The online donations alone exceeded what we have historically raised in cash and food donations with zero car and truck trips!

Food for Lane County (FFLC) provides fresh and nutritious food to those in need in the most efficient and cost effective way possible. Of the revenue FFLC receives from all sources, 91.8% is spent on program functions; only 8.2% is spent on administrative costs. Charity Navigator rates FFLC with a 4-star rating for financial health, accountability, and transparency. FFLC also has a Platinum level seal of transparency from Candid/GuideStar.

February JWN General Meeting

February 14, 6:30-8:30
Meeting ID: 886 8203 9767
Passcode: 207614

On the Agenda

  • Updates on Eugene Parks and Open Space (including Lincoln School Park remodel) with Emily Proudfoot, Principal Landscape Architect.
  • A Facilitated Neighborhood Discussion with Paul Boudin: Should We Try to Be Kind? Paul and Caroline Lundquist lead monthly discussions at the Eugene Library.The aim of this discussion is to delve below surface-level claims about kindness and think together about what kindness is, how it manifests, and if or why it matters personally and politically and within our neighborhood with all it challenges.