THANK YOU for your interest in supporting the 15th Night as a volunteer and helping safeguard our 480 Eugene-Springfield students who do not have a parent or guardian to support them, or a permanent place to call home.  Eugene-Springfield is known for being a bighearted community because of people like you.


Become a 15th Night Community Responder
A volunteer Community Responder receives text message alerts from 15th Night Youth Advocates when a student needs immediate help with something specific like shoes, clothes, personal care products, food, etc. A 15th Night Youth Advocate sends out a text message to the 15th Night Community Responder team.  As a Community Responder, if you can help, you simply reply to the text message. If you cannot help, you do not respond. Community Responders play a central role in providing quick intervention for our youth who need immediate help.

In the 2018/2019 school year the 15th Night Community Responders fulfilled the needs of 42 alerts with an average response time of 9 minutes. This incredible group of community members filled alerts for everything from bikes, to shoes, and even a birthday cake. Join the movement today and become a 15th Night Community Responder!