Financial Donations

We are grateful for your financial assistance.  Financial support allows us to meet the ever changing needs of those we serve. Your gift will multiply through the generations!

To make a contribution on line to Community Works, please click on the Donation Button bellow or,

call 541-779-2393  or mail us directly.

Please  make out check to Community Works and mail to:
Community Works
Atten: Donations
201 West Main Street Suite 3D
Medford, OR 97501
Help a youth’s heart and backpack go from empty to full.
Preteens and teens are an often forgotten group.
Please help by dropping off any of the items pictured to Community Works located at 201 West Main in Medford, Suite 3D.
Help make a teenager’s year successful.
 Backpack Theme

General Donation Information:

Clothing,  Household Supplies, Personal Care and Furniture:   

Community Works gratefully accepts gifts of clothing and household goods for our clients. We are unable to accept food, we recommend donating cans of  food to our partner ACCESS.  We also do not accept electronics; we recommend our partner Goodwill.

Wish Lists:

Clothing: Women’s children’s and teens clothes and shoes.

Household Supplies: Dishes, cookware, bedding, towels etc.

Personal Care:  New toothbrushes, shampoos, hair brushes, nail clippers etc.

Furniture: With prior approval (we may be able to pick up so please call ahead.)

Drop off times and Directions

Donations are accepted at our main office at 201 West Main Street during the following days and times hours:

Monday – 9 a.m. to Noon
Thursday – 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The drop off location is on the side of the 201 West Main, red brick building, on Grape St.  Four parking spaces from the corner of Grape and Main, on the left side of the street, a two-space loading zone was created to accommodate Community Works donations. Feel free to  park your vehicle in those spaces and turn on your hazard lights.

In the red brick building on that side of the street close to the loading zone is a door with the address 10 Grape St. on the glass pane. That glass door is where a Community Works staff will meet you to help you with your donation.  As we are having issues with our service bell please call  the front desk to let them know you are here to drop off a donation.  The Front Desk number and extension is : 541-779-2393 ext 200. If you are not able to get anyone on the line please go up stairs to suite 3D on the third floor, the reception staff will assist you.  Unless otherwise instructed please do not bring donations up to the 3D office.

Furniture and large items

We occasionally need furniture and large items. For  gifts of furniture or questions about specific items, please call 541-779-2393 and we will work out a donation or pick up time.


Our Volunteers and advocates respond to approx. 80 hospital calls a year. At these calls SAVS provides a packet of information (printing), Sweats/t-shirts and socks and underwire along with a small stuffed animal and a blanket provided by a local nurse. Not every survivor needs all the items, but we must be prepared every time we get a call. In addition, advocates give out the packets when working with someone who didn’t go to the hospital but will benefit from the information.Wish ListUnmarked bags and/or backpacks for the volunteers to carry items in (we get 15-25 different volunteers throughout the year) we don’t usually give these away
Drawstring pants in basic colors -size med-large
Sweatshirts/t-shirts- size med-large (we use t-shirts and lighter weight pants in the summer)
Women’s underwear – sizes 6 and 8
Packets – cost approx. $4 each to produce
Stuffed animals (smallish, soft and cuddly, no seasonal)It costs $20-22 to fill a bag. As you can see this adds up. Donations of supplies and dollars to fill the bags will allow us to continue this important resource to survivors of rape and other sexual assaults.

 Thank you for supporting Community Works!

Community Works is a non-profit human service agency serving Jackson County. Community Works is funded by government and private grants, the United Way, and by the generosity of community members across the Rogue Valley.

Community Works is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable corporation to which donations are tax-exempt to the extent permitted by the IRS code. Restricted contributions are subject to overhead allocations within federal guidelines.