Local churches partner with schools to combat hunger and make sure children are ready to learn.
A facility located south of Salem provides a second chance for injured and displaced wildlife.
Local quilters keep a folk art form alive, and their creations provide comfort and warmth to those in need.
Local supporters of this international movement live by the motto, “More books, more reading, more better.”
Salem Is and the Salem Photo League bring you stories of local causes — and an opportunity to engage in their work.
The Willamette Valley’s abused and neglected farm animals find healing on 54 acres in Scio.