Volunteer : Help wanted in the community

updated quarterly (most recently 8.25.17)

The Seattle Public Library is seeking Homework Help volunteers to help students learn and succeed in school. spl.org/homeworkvolunteer

Help end hunger with Food Lifeline! Volunteer in our warehouse to feed hungry families in your community. foodlifeline.org/volunteer

Help save lives at Bloodworks NW.  Volunteer at blood drives throughout the greater Seattle area. [email protected]

Help create healthy forests in our local parks! Join EarthCorps’ weekly work parties. earthcorps.org/volunteer

Become a reading partner! Volunteers needed to tutor K-4 students one hour a week. [email protected] or 206.992.4484

Want to get outside, give back and have FUN? WTA hosts monthly trail work parties for youth 10+ and their families. [email protected], 206.965.8567

Prepare and pack meals for homebound seniors at Chicken Soup Brigade: Kitchen is open Tuesday-Sunday. [email protected] to register.   

From public facing to behind the scenes, check out all of Pacific Science Center’s opportunities at pacificsciencecenter.org/volunteers

Skully Serves focuses on actively engaging youth in their communities. Awesome youth volunteer opportunities: skullyserves.com/calendar.html

Compass Housing Alliance seeks volunteers with a variety of skills for 20+ sites.  [email protected]

Sustainable Ballard Festival is looking for energetic, eco-loving volunteers on Sept. 9th.  Hannah Wetter, [email protected]

Join Tilth Alliance in mulching, harvesting, event planning, cooking and more! tilthalliance.org/volunteer

Ages 15 to 19: interested in environmental restoration work, free outdoor fun, and new friends? Join the SCA this fall! theSCA.org/NWcrews

Support artisans around the world by volunteering with fair trade retailer Ten Thousand Villages Seattle! [email protected]

Columbia Lutheran Home seeks van driver to take eager seniors on joy rides around Seattle!  Beth: 206.633.6177, [email protected]

Service learning opportunities for students finishing 8th grade available with the Seattle Public Library. spl.org/teenservicelearning 

Woodland Park Players, a neighborhood community theater, ISO set designer for March 2018 show. Linda Joss: [email protected]

Office: Enjoy data entry and admin tasks? Great staff, flexible schedule! Volunteer Services of CCS. [email protected], 206.328.5787

Help people with disabilities experience the joys of outdoor recreation with Outdoors for All! [email protected] or 206.838.6030 

Transportation: Drive seniors to grocery stores, medical appts and errands. Flexible schedule. Mileage reimbursed. [email protected], 206.328.5787. 

Direct Service: Visit with a senior and help with light housework. Flexible locations & schedule! [email protected], 206.328.5787.

Shoeboxes of Joy: Create holiday care packages for seniors with your friends and family. [email protected], 206.328.5787.

Yard Tools: Prefer working with tools? Well-used tools need TLC. [email protected], 206.328.5787. 

Help ignite curiosity and welcome visitors into the amazing world of exploration at Pacific Science pacificsciencecenter.org/volunteers/, or [email protected]

Volunteer with our Women’s shelter! St. John School in Greenwood hosts a group of homeless women every Saturday and Sunday night, September through June.  Volunteer drivers & overnight chaperones needed.  Contact Kristin Kent  or Mary Kearney for more information.