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Helping Hands Thrift Store

Helping Hands non-profit Thrift Store in Bothell is looking for volunteers to come join their team! As a volunteer you will organize, arrange, and stock merchandise, sort and price clothing, create displays, and help with special projects. No experience needed! Shifts are available Monday thru Saturday with flexible hours between 10:30 am and 3:30 pm. Come volunteer as often as you like! Please visit Helping Hands website at HelpingHandsMi.org and fill out the volunteer application under the tab "Get Connected" If you have questions; please call 425-481-6682, drop by, or email liz at liz.medina@helpinghandsmi.org Hope to meet you soon!

Bothell, WA

8/21/19 10:30 AM +more

Dig your Neighborhood at Wetmore Community Farm!

Alleycat Acres reconnects people, place, and produce with a network of neighborhood run urban farms. In partnership with Seattle's Departments of Transportation and Neighborhoods, and thousands of community volunteers, we transformed this overgrown dead end street into a vibrant community farm! We welcome volunteers to come visit the garden every Wednesday evening, and to take home produce in exchange for their help. We are so excited to be growing food with the neighborhood, and distributing produce to neighborhood residents and Rainier Valley Food Bank. We need your help to keep things growing! Our farm coordinator, Maddie, is on site during open hours to guide work and share skills. Depending on the season, you can expect to learn how to: plant and care for edible vegetables, perennials, flowers, and natives build healthy soil identify and remove weeds create compost and Harvest! We will provide all the tools and gloves, but ask that you dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes. We will have water available but encourage you to bring a reusable bottle!

Seattle, WA

8/21/19 4:00 PM +more

Volunteer at the Library!

The Washington Talking Book & Braille Library (WTBBL) provides a free public library service which includes easy access to the informational and recreational reading materials needed by individuals who are unable to read standard print material.With over 10,000 patrons around the state, WTBBL mobilizes volunteers to continue to provide quality services in a timely manner. Volunteers will process talking book players that have been returned from repair sites, shelve books, and assist with shipping prep. This is a big operation, and WTBBL needs your help making sure everyone - regardless of ability - has easy, supportive access to books and information. Let's make sure every Washington State resident has the opportunity to stay connected! NOTE: This site can NOT sign off on court-ordered volunteer hours. Please use the "court ordered allowed" search field on the calendar in order to find sites that can sign off on hours.

Seattle, WA

8/21/19 4:30 PM +more

Package Bulk Food at North Helpline Bitter Lake

PCC Community Markets donates thousands of pounds of nutritious, bulk foods to their partnering food banks. Help North Helpline Bitter Lake and PCC by packaging bulk, nutritious foods into family-sized portions! North Helpline Bitter Lake uses the portioned food during regular distribution for those in need. Work Stations will be set up prior to volunteer arrival. Volunteers will be scooping bulk foods into family-sized portions, with a label. We appreciate those that can help with the clean up as well.

Shoreline, WA

8/21/19 7:00 PM +more

ROOTS- Dinner Meal Team at Young Adult Shelter

Dinner meal team volunteers work in teams of 3-7 to prepare meals, serve dinner and clean up the kitchen. ROOTS guests typically don't have much control over the food that they have to eat each day. Dinner Meal Crews support our guests by ensuring guests are able to access nutritious meals that support the overall health of our guests. Dinner Meal Team shifts go from 7:30-10:30pm. 

Seattle, WA

8/21/19 7:30 PM +more

Citizenship Tutor - White Center

BACKGROUND AND PROGRAM SCOPE Neighborhood House partners with diverse individuals and families to build community and achieve their goals for health, education and self-sufficiency. The Citizenship Program offers assistance with the process of naturalization. Services include group citizenship and ESL instruction, as well as individual tutoring in preparation for the citizenship test. RESPONSIBILITIES Volunteers with this program work directly with clients, tutoring them in all subjects presented on the citizenship exam. This is a popular opportunity among volunteers because it provides a setting where you can work closely with individuals and see your impact first hand. QUALIFICATIONS Commitment to helping immigrant and refugee people succeed Ability to tutor in basic English language and conversation Interest in other cultures Patience and positive attitude BENEFITS Experience in a classroom and with basic teaching skills Positive group dynamic and tangible successes TIMEFRAME A commitment of 3-6 months and 1-4 hours per week is preferred for this position. Currently, we are seeking coverage for classes on Thursdays, from 12p – 2p.

Seattle, WA

8/22/19 12:00 PM +more

Dig Your Neighborhood at 24th+Main Farm!

Alleycat Acres reconnects people, place, and produce with a network of neighborhood run urban farms. In partnership with Monicas Village Place, Catholic Community Services, and thousands of community volunteers, we transformed this parking strip behind their offices and apartment complex into a vibrant community farm! We welcome volunteers to come visit the garden every Thursday evening, and to take home produce in exchange for their help. We are so excited to be growing food with the neighborhood, and distributing produce to neighborhood residents, Mary's Place, and Cherry Street YWCA. We need your help to keep things growing! Our farm coordinator, Maddie, is on site during open hours to guide work and share skills. Depending on the season, you can expect to learn how to: plant and care for edible vegetables, perennials, flowers, and natives build healthy soil identify and remove weeds create compost and Harvest! We will provide all the tools and gloves, but ask that you dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes, and encourage you to bring a water bottle. A NOTE ON LOCATION: The address is not a real street address, but will get you close, as we are located in the planting strip behind Catholic Community Services and Monica's Village Place. We are located accross the street from the Bethel Christian Church on 24th Ave, between Main Street and Yesler. You can also search for 100 23rd Ave and find us BEHIND the offices on 24th Ave.

Seattle, WA

8/22/19 4:00 PM +more

Classical Music Cruise – Event Helpers for Nonprofit!

Emerald City Music is hosting a fundraiser cruise on August 23rd departing from Seattle's Pier 55! This event raises funds for our annual artistic budget, and approximately 50 guetss will be joining us for a live classical performance, games, food, drink and more! We need volunteers to help out on the boat with setup, breakdown, and runninng the games on the boat! Volunteers will expereicene an awesome concert, and support our nonprofit mission of making classical music more awesome and accessible in Seattle. Volunteers should arrive by 4pm, boat departs at 6pm.

Seattle, WA

8/23/19 4:00 PM

Mentors and instructors to work with low-income, high-achieving high schoolers

Minds Matter Seattle is seeking volunteers to help in all roles within the organization, including mentors and academic instructors. The Minds Matter mission is to transform the lives of accomplished high school students from low-income families by broadening their dreams and preparing them for college success. Each mentee is paired with two dedicated, college-educated mentors who provide personalized, ongoing support over the course of three years, starting the mentee’s sophomore year. Every non-holiday Saturday during the school year, mentees attend four-hour sessions. In the mornings, test prep, writing and critical thinking, and math instructors guide them through our Test Prep, Writing & Critical Thinking, and Math Matters programs. In the afternoons, mentors arrive for two hours of mentoring, bonding, “what’s going on in the world” discussions, the “great debate” series, planning of classes and extracurricular activities, summer program and financial aid applications, college preparation, and other enrichment, college readiness, and mentoring activities. Over the summers, mentees attend academic, cultural, or leadership programs throughout the United States and the world, all funded by Minds Matter. We are seeking volunteers who can commit two hours on Saturdays, approximately 3 weekends per month, to work with our students.

Seattle, WA

9/14/19 10:00 AM +more

Come Volunteer on the Farm!

Paradise Farm is the headquarters site of Farmer Frog. We are growing using permacultural and modern practices, we have livestock, orchard, aquaponics and many other wonderful systems. We share the food with families in the community who have little or no access to fresh food. The space is often visited by schools and children of all ages 0-100, as well as groups who are transitioning, youth detention releasees and folks who live with mental illness. Because the farm is located in the middle of Paradise Valley Conservation Area, it is an important wildlife habitat and restoration site and an educational spot where people can learn how to grow food in harmony with wildlife and the natural ecosystem. Because we are in the conservation area,enter the farm through the Paradise Valley Conservation Area trail-head parking lot. The gate opens to a gravel driveway. Park just on the right side of the gravel driveway. Walk onto the farm.Come volunteer on the farm and learn about farming, food systems, and community!

Woodinville, WA

8/24/19 1:00 PM +more

Dig your Neighborhood at Cascade Giving Garden

Alleycat Acres reconnects people, place, and produce with a network of neighborhood run urban farms. In partnership with Friends of Cascade Park, Cascade P-Patch, the Y, and thousands of community volunteers, we transformed this corner of Cascade Park into a vibrant community farm! We welcome volunteers to come visit the garden every Monday evening, and to take home produce in exchange for their help. We are so excited to be growing food with the neighborhood, and distributing produce to Immanuel Community Services food bank, Recover Cafe, and O'rien Center. We need your help to keep things growing! We have a farm coordinator on site during open hours to guide work and share skills. Depending on the season, you can expect to learn how to: plant and care for edible vegetables, perennials, flowers, and natives build healthy soil identify and remove weeds create compost and Harvest! We will provide all the tools and gloves, but ask that you dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes. We will have water available but encourage you to bring a reusable bottle!

Seattle, WA

8/26/19 4:00 PM +more

Be a Part of Providing Shoes for All!

At Redeeming Soles we create opportunity and dignity through providing footwear for all. Volunteers will be helping at our warehouse to sort, clean process and distribute shoes. These shoes are used at large distribution events that help up to 2,000 clients in a few hours. We also supply over 70 of the most effective nonprofits in the greater Seattle area with shoes for their clients who need them.

Seattle, WA

8/28/19 11:00 AM