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Community Services Consortium provides a diverse array of poverty fighting services in Linn, Benton and Lincoln counties that allows us to provide multiple layers of assistance in order to strengthen individuals and families in our area. CSC is committed to ending poverty. We know it’s a lofty goal, but we are working hard every day to not only help people with emergency needs, but to improve their lives in the long term.
We assist people by helping them develop the tools and skills they need to be successful. The individuals and families we serve have the opportunity to learn how to better their situations, overcome poverty and provide for themselves and their families. Our goal is for everyone to have adequate food, safe housing, education and the skills they need to hold a living-wage job.
We recognize that no one agency or organization can solve the challenges of an entire community, and we admire our dedicated partners who share our goals and work with us to better our communities. We can’t do it alone, it takes all of us.
We rely on you, our generous contributors, to give us the power to make a difference in our communities and in the lives of people living in poverty. We ask for your help and are grateful for your support.
Community Services Consortium is an ORS 190 public nonprofit organization and operates five 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. Donations may be tax-deductible depending on the individual donor’s tax situation. CSC protects your privacy, we do not share our donor lists.
We welcome your financial support. Your donation may support the program or service of your choice or be used for the area of highest need by making an unrestricted gift to CSC.
We invite you to call our Community Relations and Development Director Dee Teem at 541-574-2277 if you have any questions about charitable giving at Community Services Consortium.
Donate by Check
Mail check or money order to:
250 Broadalbin Street, Suite 2A
Albany, OR 97321
All of our donors receive a receipt for tax purposes. All food donors are covered by Oregon and federal Good Samaritan laws that protect good-faith donors from civil and criminal liability.Our donors are assured that the products they donate are being carefully handled and are distributed to low income households.