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Board Member

Phone: (541) ***-****  HQ Phone
Maslow Project
500 Monroe Street
Medford , Oregon 97501
United States

Company Description: Maslow Project is a nationally-recognized outreach program and resource center that works with families, schools, and social service agencies to break down barriers...   more

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Board of Directors - Maslow ProjectMaslow Project, 10 May 2015 [cached]
Paul Robinson Board Secretary
Board Secretary Paul Robinson is a retired minister in the United Church of Christ, and served the church in Medford for ten years. Following his retirement from the pastoral ministry, he served as the Director for Community Relations for Planned Parenthood for Southwestern Oregon for five years. Paul currently serves as the Secretary of the Board of Directors of Maslow Project and as the Chairperson for the World Community Service Committee for the Medford Rogue Rotary Club. He is the President of the Rogue Valley Community Organizations Active in Disaster and the President of RIVERNET, a disaster preparation and response including the faith communities of the Rogue Valley.
Ashland Daily Tidings :: Online Edition, 23 Jan 2004 [cached]
Paul Robinson, a minister at the Medford Congregational Church and the president of the board of Planned Parenthood, came on stage with an American flag tied around his head, serving as a gag.After mumbling through a few sentences, he removed the gag."We've been gagged by the flag," he said.
"This president vowed in 1994 to reduce access to abortion," said Robinson of George W. Bush.
Robinson went on to list what he said were attacks on reproductive rights by the Bush administration, including the stripping of contraceptive coverage from the insurance coverage for federal employees, the appointment of judges opposed to abortion rights, and naming people opposed to condom use to AIDS commissions.
Robinson also noted that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has removed all information about the effectiveness of condoms from its Web site, and that women in the military can not go to military doctors or use their military benefits to get abortions.
"But the news is not all bad," he concluded."Despite of all of Bush's efforts, his is not the majority opinion of this country.Polls show that people want access to abortion education and they want access to birth control."
"We represent the majority opinion," Robinson said to large cheers.
Civil War sons start chapter, 15 Mar 2002 [cached]
"They'll have to go a long way to show their interest is purely historic," said Paul Robinson, pastor at the Medford Congregational United Church of Christ."Glorifying the Confederacy has never been anything more than a cover for what is essentially racism."
Robinson, 60, who served as a pastor in the late Alabama Gov.
"They need to take down the Confederate flag and put up the American flag - that means they have joined the Union and have begun to accept all people as equals," Robinson said.
Weekly News, 5 July 2009 [cached]
For more information contact Paul Robinson, President of Rivernet at 840-5640.
[IMG]Good-hearted donors must use discretion for hurricane relief - September 2, 2005, 2 Sept 2005 [cached]
"We're encouraging people to give to organizations they're already familiar with," said Paul Robinson of Rivernet Inc., a local nonprofit disaster coordination group that formed after the 1997 New Year's Day Flood.
Donors tempted to send physical supplies such as water, food or clothing should resist the impulse, said Robinson.
Often, disaster management agencies are forced to spend time, energy and money coping with well-intentioned but unwanted donations.Sometimes, the donations aren't particularly thoughtful, he added.In the past, people have sent piles of dirty, ragged winter clothing to hurricane victims broiling in summer heat, for instance.
"In the business of disaster work, they call the donation do-gooder cycle 'the second disaster,'" Robinson said."Unless there's an identifiable delivery system and a clear need, give cash."
The impact of Hurricane Katrina highlights the need for a local agency dedicated to coordinating the efforts of volunteer agencies and individuals during a disaster, he added.
In October, Rivernet Inc. will launch RVCOAD: the Rogue Valley Community Organization Active in a Disaster.Modeled on similar national entities, the agency will work to meet emergency and long- term needs not covered by government or other social service groups.
Representatives from several area churches, nonprofit groups and Jackson County's emergency response team are involved in the effort.
Interested people can contact Robinson at 840-5640.
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