What is the Robin Hood
a loosely knit group of volunteers that helps individuals or families who
need quick help through small projects. We are completely anonymous so we
can concentrate on good deeds, not on credit for the deeds.
Individuals or families who need a quick, small fix to a particular problem.
In many ways, but always anonymous. We might provide a bed for a child
without, pay a heat bill to keep a family who can’t afford to pay
warm, or repair stairs or a wheelchair ramp to an elderly person’s
home. Other possibilities:
- Minor storm damage repair.
- Toys for children without.
- Replace a smoke detector for an elderly person.
- Minor home repair
- Pay an electric, gas or water bill to keep the utility from being
- A bed for a child
- Our deeds are small but make a big difference in someone’s life.
- We can’t handle big jobs, like replacing an entire roof, or
provide ongoing, long-term assistance.
Out of our own pockets or through donations from business connections
and other people who wish to help.
No. We have chosen not to register as a 501(3)(c ) organization at this
time in order to preserve the anonymity of everyone in the group and everyone
who receives help from the group.
behind the Robin Hood Society?
Local individuals who believe it is our responsibility to give back to
our community formed the Robin Hood Society. We operate without a structure,
which enables us to make quick decisions and get the job done effectively.
A small group of the founders acts as a clearinghouse for assistance
and for coordinating the projects. But anyone who helps, whether by donating,
time, money or labor, is part of the Robin Hood Society.
the society work?
When a request for help comes in, we consider whether we can handle it.
If it is, we go to work. We try to match the job that needs to be done
with our list of volunteers. We use donations of money to buy materials
to supply to the people doing the actual work or directly to the recipient
When someone contacts us to volunteer their labor or donate money, we
add their donations to our list of available resources. Your donation
can be a skill, materials, your time or money.
How do I get help for myself or someone else?
Contact us through this web site: RobinHoodSociety.com
or drop us a line at P.O. Box 102, Seaside, OR 97138
I help out?
Contact us and let us know what you would like to do to help.
We do accept contributions, which can be sent to:
The Robin Hood Society
P.O. Box 102, Seaside
Or to our account at any U.S. Bank branch.
If you would like to help personally, let us know what you would like
to do -- do you have a skill, a business that could help or something