Seattle Works Day is your chance to give back and kick back.
Join 1,000 Seattleites as we volunteer at over 50 nonprofits, schools, and parks to give back to the city we love!
12:00pm - 3:30pm: Volunteer Projects
3:30pm - 5:30pm: After Party at Pyramid Alehouse, Brewery, & Restaurant
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|Public Team North at Magnuson Park P Patch||As a Seattle P-Patch, aka as a community garden, we offer an opportunity to practice organic gardening as well as grow vegetables for local food banks. On Seattle Works Day, we need help weeding and clearing the ground, and laying gravel for community gathering space and pathway. This will make the garden more welcoming for everyone in our community.|
|Public Team Central at Immanuel Community Services||Our mission is to alleviate the effects of poverty, hunger, homelessness, and addiction by providing community-based social services to those in need. We need volunteers help to deep clean and reorganization our kitchen. All four of our programs rely on a shared kitchen. We house a shelter for 15 men in recovery, a community meal which provides a hot meal to anyone who is hungry, a food bank and a daily Hygiene Center where we serve breakfast for those who are unsheltered. Our kitchen is in-need of a deep clean and the cupboards need a cleaning and reorganization. This will include cleaning the walls, cleaning appliances, cleaning behind appliances, etc. It will also include clearing out the cupboards, cleaning them and reorganizing them.|
|Public Team South at Seward Park Audubon Society||We help a diverse mix of young people cultivate wonder and develop an insatiable curiosity in the natural world through environmental science, outdoor exploration and play-- all in their neighborhood backyard. On Seattle Works Day, we will be restoring a section of Seward Park by removing invasive blackberry. This project helps better the park for the animals that rely on it. It also helps native plants become established in areas that have been taken over by invasive species.|