Volunteer : Fulfilling a Service Requirement
We welcome students who need to earn service learning credit, as well as community members who have court-related service obligations. Some limitations apply. Below are most of our opportunities.
To get started:Complete our volunteer application
- Include the number of hours you need
- Include your deadline when you need them by
Service Learning & Service Hours for Students
One-time & Short Term Opportunities
- Yardwork & Landscape at the Greenwood Senior Center (525 N 85th St, 98103)
- Clean and/or organize
- Event support
Feed people in need
Mondays in Greenwood, 2 to 4 pm or 4 to 6:30 pm; Tuesdays, 2 to 4 pm or 4 to 6:30 pm; and Wednesdays, 9 to 11 am or 11 am to 1:30 pm in Phinney. Greatest need for ongoing volunteers on Wednesdays. Volunteers must be 14+ years old. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a valid Washington State food worker card and pass a background check. Learn more »
One-on-one technology mentors
Help a senior learn how to use his or her smart phone, tablet, laptop or e-reader. Requests range from setting up an email account to attaching a photo to downloading an app. We’re looking for folks comfortable with their skills and able to communicate well with a confused user. You decide what types of equipment you’re comfortable helping with and when you’d like to help. While flexible in timing, potential hours are based on demand for help; this opportunity is best suited for volunteers able to make a 6+ month commitment. Sign up here »
We are looking for high school students with strong writing skills to help write and edit articles for our newsletters, The Review for our blogs. Interested parties should submit a writing sample.
Calling all gardeners!
Get dirty with the PNA. Volunteers needed to help pretty up and maintain the handful of small gardens at the Greenwood Senior Center and Phinney Center campus, including the Heart of Phinney Park. Weekly Garden Work Parties at GSC, April through September 2022. Sign up here »
Court-Related Service Hours
Our policy states that prospective volunteers must NOT have been found guilty of a crime against a person. Most of our opportunities are in the garden, with our facilities department (cleaning/organizing, etc), supporting events and helping at our Hot Meal Program.
To get started, please include the number of hours you need and your deadline when you complete our volunteer application. Please include a note if you have any special skills you think might be useful for us to know about as we consider what projects might be the best fit.
We will review your information and respond as soon as we are able about opportunities to get involved.