Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. would be thrilled to accept your monetary or in-kind contributions. Cash contributions to scholarship low-income, at-risk children are always needed. These kids need our educational opportunities the most. In-kind items such as children’s rain gear, crayons, pens, poster boards, halters and leads for sheep and horses, saddles and bridals, et cetera are needed also. Your donation to OMF is tax-deductible as we are a 501(c)(3) children’s charitable organization.
You can donate through our website if you wish.
Board of Directors for Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc.
- Danielle Derrick, MBA, Board Chair-Treasurer
- Jennifer Johnson, MAT, Board Secretary
- Sylvie Johnson, Board Member
- Sarah Schneider, M.ED, Board Member
- Brian Wilkerson, MS, Board Member
- Carly Winter, MS, Board Member
- Stephanie Rickert, MAT, Board Member and Executive Director
Volunteers- Jonathan Bailey, Amy Hall
Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. would like to extend a hearty “thank you” to the following organizations who have donated money and/or resources to build our program:
Juan Young Charitable Trust
Harrison Family Trust
Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust
The Blanche Fischer Foundation
East Portland Rotary Foundation
Leotta Gordon Foundation
Springdale Job Corps
Gresham Breakfast Lion’s Club
Roseway Lions Club
Portland Rotary Club
Junior League of Portland
Rotary Club of Gresham
Willamette Carpenter Training Center
Cement Masons Local 555
Timber Lake Job Corps
Pacific Northwest Council of Carpenters
Plasterers Union Local 82
Construction & Gen. Laborers Local 320
UBC Local 1388
Wieden & Kennedy, Inc.
Office of John Lape, Architect
Clackamas County Bank
Gresham Sand & Gravel Company
Sedgwick of Oregon
Synopsys Logic Modeling, Inc.
Sanderson Safety Supply
JRE Consulting, Inc.
Northwest Printing Company
Waste Management of Oregon
Les Schwaab Tire Company
Zidell Marine Corporation
Bergh Machinery Company
Bums Feed Store
Multnomah County Farm Bureau
McDaniel Seed Company
Scamp’s Pet Centers
Paws & Claws Veterinary Clinic
United Horticulture Supply
U.S. Marine Corps Reserves
U.S. Navy Reserves
Oregon Army National Guard
Cascade Steel Rolling Mills
Park Place Wood Products, Inc.
Versatile Sash & Woodworking
Miller Paint Company
Toombs Sand & Gravel
Edelen Doors & Windows
Oregon Wire Products
Aphis Readymix & Concrete
Troutdale Sand & Gravel
Superior Fence & Construction
United Pipe & Supply
Senior Connect Program
Proceeds from the Senior Connect Program to benefit the
Children’s Programs at Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc.
A Unique Opportunity…..
Hey Seniors! Would you like to enjoy the outdoors on a rural raspberry farm situated in Corbett? The farm is an easy drive from Portland or Gresham. Come and meet our farm animals and enjoy a great afternoon at Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc.
Upon your arrival, you will first gather in the School House for an orientation to Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. At that time, you will have a chance to pick up brochures about the educational programs we offer. Then you can head out to see the animals, garden and facilities. The Farm is handicap accessible. If you have difficulty getting around, however, we can lead or bring the animals to you. Lastly, enjoy a cup of hot chocolate or tea during question and answer time before you leave.
How about a further opportunity? Would you like to help enrich the life of a child?
Mentoring a child is a great way to positively influence his or her life! If this sounds interesting to you, please ask us for additional information.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. (OMF) is a nonprofit, charitable organization providing hands-on, educational experiences in a therapeutic farm setting. We offer our services to benefit all children in the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area.
Our mission: In facilitating healthy social and emotional development, OMF is committed to providing at-risk protective factors to children through structured, educational experiences using animals, agriculture, gardens and natural resources.
Below is a description of three different ways you can volunteer with OMF. An orientation and training will be provided for all of the positions listed. Please call Stephanie Rickert 503/695-3316 today for more information!
Job # 1: Intern/Executive Assistant
Skills: Be very organized, have 110% follow-through, have a professional manor, have good writing skills, be creative, be resourceful, prefer experience working with children and web and computer experience.
Hours: Flexible work schedules are available. We are open Tuesdays through Fridays and one to two Saturdays per month. (In the summer, we are open Monday-Friday and we occasionally work Saturdays as well.)
Job # 2: Site Improvement Volunteer
Skills: Be a hard worker, self motivated, organized and resourceful.
Hours: Work hours can be flexible. Either ongoing projects or one-time project is fine.
Job # 3: Children’s Volunteer
Skills: Have and exude a great attitude, be eager and willing to work with kids, be a hard worker and organized, have 110% follow-through, and be resourceful. Prefer experience working with children.
Hours: Flexible work schedules are available.