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AARP Create the Good Volunteer Search provides multiple on-location and from home/remote opportunities. Enter location, keywords for issues you are interested in e.g. hunger, and select/deselect ‘Show only Home/Remote opportunities’ to narrow or broaden your results.

American Cancer Society events are inspiring, uplifting, and great at bringing the fight against cancer directly into your community. Join the spirit of camaraderie and compassion as we work together to save lives from cancer.

If you have a passion for the prevention and cure of diabetes, join the local office of the American Diabetes Association for a variety of local opportunities throughout the year! Projects include the annual Tour de Cure bike ride, where you can do tasks like setup, cheering at the start/finish lines and helping with the kids’ active area!

Join us to help end heart disease and strokes! From participating in a Heart Walk to hosting a Heart Chase or an adventure game hosted at your high school, there are lots of ways to get involved!

American Lung Association seeks reliable volunteers to assist with creating a healthier world, free of lung disease! From assisting with mailings, helping with events, there are opportunities available for all interests and skill levels.

Volunteer as young as 14 years old by starting or joining a local Red Cross Club! Red Cross Clubs are youth service groups that help the organization fulfill its humanitarian mission of presenting, preparing for and responding to emergencies. 


Amnesty Decoders is a platform for volunteers around the world to use their computers or phones to help our researchers sift through pictures, information and documents.

Angels in Sports is a non-profit organization providing resources to young and underprivileged student athletes that would not have access to quality academic support, advanced sports training or elite team play.
Angels In Sports seeks to make children good citizens by instilling the positive values of sports into adulthood - work ethic, professionalism, self-improvement, teamwork, personal responsibility and respect.

Started by volunteers in 1973, the ACRS has over 700 individuals volunteer help each year to continue this tradition of community support. Individuals with fluency in any Asian/Pacific Islander language or dialect are especially appreciated as ACRS strides to provide services to its clients in their preferred language. Complete an online volunteer application or download a paper application from the website and e-mail it to or drop it off in-person with the Volunteer Coordinator.

Passionate about creative arts and museums? Join the Teen Docent Program and earn 25—40 hours! There are many ways to get involved that include assisting at the annual BAM ARTS fair, helping kids with craft activities and more!

Bellevue Youth Link provides youth ages 11-18 with ways to create and lead meaning community projects. Complete a short online contact form or reach out to BYL for ways to get connected with us today!

Support the work of the Big Brothers and Big Sisters by hosting an informational table or hanging posters around the community. Call for other ways to get involved! More in-depth and long-term volunteer opportunities available for those 18 years and older.

Join us as we help make birthdays special for children experiencing homelessness in the Puget Sound area! Ways to get involved include baking and delivery of birthday cakes, web development, hosting a party supply drive, office assistance and more! Check-out our website to learn when the next regularly scheduled volunteer orientation session will be held or reach out to us to help us put on the next fabulous birthday party!

From making reminder calls to giving blood, you can be a vital link in the lifesaving chain of services that connects blood to local patients in need. You may even earn a scholarship for hosting a blood drive at your high school! Summer internship opportunities are available and can even be tailored to support your interests! For summer internships, checkout the website for information and apply by early May.

A place where kids can just be kids and can develop skills and self-confidence. With club locations throughout King County, you’ll find a club near you! Complete a short online contact form or email us today! At Boys & Girls Clubs, you can be part of the team that provides Positive Places for kids!

Bread of Life Mission can host individual volunteers as young as 14 years old with parent/guardian supervision and groups of ten people or less. From serving meals to people experiencing homelessness, to hosting a blanket/clothing drive at your high school or even sorting and organizing clothes onsite, you’ll discover your experiences to be rewarding. Register online to get started today!

Volunteer at a summer day camp or help at events throughout the year! Opportunities are available for those 14 years and older by volunteering with our LEAD program (Leadership, Engage, Act and Discover). LEADs participate in a variety of programs including outdoor cooking, arts & crafts and more! 

Volunteer opportunities available for those 16 years and older, as part of onetime or ongoing opportunities. Select from tasks such as stuffing envelopes/mailings, writing out thank you cards, baking cookies and more! Contact for more information and/or complete our online application to get started!

We advance the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing. We offer volunteer and internship positions in areas that include advocacy and administrative support. For details on internships or to complete a volunteer interest form and learn more about our volunteer positions, visit our website!

The C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation enriches the lives of children with special needs, supports their families, and strengthens communities through the sport of fishing.  We empower families and communities to celebrate children with special needs, making these children feel valued and loved so they can overcome limitations and be successful.

Checkout our website for current openings, making sure to search using “King County.” CCS offers a wide range of services and opportunities for you to volunteer with that include onetime or ongoing opportunities, such as serving meals to and interacting with women at one of our shelters. Age restrictions apply to some volunteer positions.

Created for kids ages 10 years old and younger, the Children’s Museum is a free educational resource, where imagination comes alive with amazing volunteers! Be a Neighborhood Helper, Global Village Guide, retail shop attendant, LEGO® Liaison, Mountain Ranger or Discovery Bay volunteer! Checkout our website for a current listing of opportunities and to fill out our online volunteer form.

The City of Bellevue offers an array of opportunities to get involved with that require varying time commitments and skills. You may find yourself volunteering with Parks & Community Service, Civic Engagement, Environmental Stewardship or Recreation departments! Check our website for current openings and more information.

Making a difference in Kent begins by volunteering with us today! Volunteer opportunities are available in various departments, including Parks and Recreation and Kent Senior Activity Center. Visit our website for volunteer programs and contact information.

Help grow our community by volunteering with us! Onetime events include neighborhood projects and environmental efforts. Ongoing projects provide ways to get involved with local government! Opportunities are available throughout the year! From our website, download our volunteer application and parent/guardian waiver form. Mail-in these forms or drop them off in-person at Renton City Hall to get started today!

Help Seattle to continue to grow through a variety of fun and diverse volunteer opportunities! Share your multi-language skills at a Citizenship clinic, help monitor local trees and more! Volunteer opportunities are updated regularly on our website. Age restrictions apply to some volunteer positions.

Help Seattle to continue to grow through a variety of fun and diverse volunteer opportunities! Share your multi-language skills at a Citizenship clinic, help monitor local trees and more! Volunteer opportunities are updated regularly on our website. Age restrictions apply to some volunteer positions.

We can accommodate volunteers of all ages, abilities plus groups of all sizes. We offer onetime and ongoing volunteer opportunities! All volunteers must complete an application. Contact Shannon or visit us online to get started with us today!

Compass Housing Alliance serves homeless and/or low-income men and women. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or with a group that includes adult chaperones. Individual or group volunteer opportunities include making and serving dinner, doing yardwork, or collecting and donating clothing and hygiene items. Complete our online volunteer application or contact our Community Resources Coordinator to get started!

Celebrating over 25 years of global leadership, join Earth Corps’ team of volunteers as we restore the local environment. You’ll also learn about forests, ecosystems and more! We can also host special fieldtrips for your class that will benefit a forest near your high school! Contact us by November to setup a spring event at your high school.

Help us support babies and children in King County by making clothing bundles, sorting donations and more. Ages 14 and older can volunteer, with opportunities available throughout the week and at various times! Checkout our website for a list of upcoming events and to signup, or to complete our contact form for groups wanting to volunteer.

Volunteer and help scientists understand bird populations where you live by tracking the birds you find at home.

We have volunteer and internship opportunities available for individuals and groups, who are English or Spanish speakers. Checkout our website for our volunteer application, available in English and Spanish. You’ll also find our group volunteer interest form and our internship applications. Our internships can be designed to support your areas of interests! 

We invite you to join us as we work together to address the food needs of people in Seattle. Food Resource Network Federation is made up of five food banks, a home delivery service and community garden group.

A collaborative effort between nonprofit groups, Green Seattle Partnership focuses on the City of Seattle. Come join our efforts to help keep Seattle the Emerald City with projects available for individuals or as a group! Join volunteers working to restore and maintain all Seattle’s forested parklands.

A collaborative effort between nonprofit groups, Green Tukwila Partnership focuses on the City of Tukwila and restoring/maintaining its 138 acreages. Checkout our website to signup for our newsletter or view upcoming events. 

Help us build affordable houses in King County! Don’t have construction experience? You can still help us build or help us out at our retail store, assist in our office, do graphic design or photography and more! Complete an online application and sign-up for an orientation. You must be 16 years or older to volunteer with us, with some volunteer positions requiring you to be 18 years and older. It is recommended to schedule group volunteer opportunities at least 6 weeks in advance.

Based on the Eastside, Hopelink provides a variety services to help meet the needs of the community. Ages 15 years and younger can volunteer with adult supervision by a parent/chaperone. Individual volunteers are asked to make a commitment of volunteering for both a minimum 30 hours and 3 months or groups of 5-30 people can volunteer onetime. 

Providing services to people of all backgrounds in the Puget Sound, specializing in services to Jewish people, JFS utilizes volunteers in many ways. You can help by sorting food, advocacy work, organizing, or hosting a donation drive for items such as blankets and umbrellas at your high school. You can also work with newly arrived refugees and immigrants! To begin volunteering with us, contact us or complete the online interest form and we’ll follow-up with you.

Database of community service opportunities: sort-able by zip code, date range, age of volunteer, and more!

While there are very limited volunteer opportunities available for high school students, it is worth perusing if you are interested in the field of medicine. A commitment to working a 4-hour shift one day a week is required. For more information or to request an application contact us today!

Operated by the Parks and Reaction Department of City of Bellevue, Kelsey Creek Farm is in the heart of Bellevue and is comprised of 150 acres of natural landscapes. We offer volunteer opportunities throughout the year that are ideal for groups, though we welcome all individuals! We require parent/guardian permission prior to volunteering. Some of our summer volunteer opportunities have fees to assist with covering the cost of materials. Onetime day events are commonly shared at the high schools, or checkout our website to learn of ways to get involved with us!

Volunteer opportunities include general administrative support, special event/fundraising support and more! Group volunteer opportunities include landscaping or designing and decorating holiday cards. To begin as an individual or to start a group project, contact our Volunteer Coordinator. Co-host an information table at local festivals/community events with a Kindering staff member and fellow volunteers, typically on weekends during the summer. To begin, contact our Outreach Coordinator Colleen Willis.

Volunteer in a wide variety of environmental activities that include the KCD native Plant Nursery in Renton, habitat enhancement and restoration projects around King County. Groups of 10 or more can schedule a private event on any day of the week! Snacks, tools, on-site supervision, and environmental education provided! Contact Nikki, our Volunteer Coordinator, for details. Begin as young as 14 years old, with a youth waiver that is available from our website. Visit our website for the event schedule.

Ages 15 and younger may volunteer with parent supervision and in limited volunteer positions. Volunteer opportunities include walking dogs, making cat blankets, writing thank you cards, making YouTube videos, and more! Volunteers are critical to our success in helping the animals in our care. Our volunteer application and new volunteer registration are available on our website, so check it out today! 

A 100% volunteer ran organization that responds to over 150 emergencies every year in Washington state! Open to ages 14 and older, who love the outdoors and are willing to respond to emergencies whenever possible. Program offers training in wilderness navigation, wilderness safety and search and rescue techniques. Must meet pre-training requirements and complete an intensive 120-hour basic training course. $125.00 training and supply fee. Checkout our website or contact Director of Training for more information.

Volunteers are usually 14 years and older and typically donate 5-7 hours per month. Ask staff at your local library about volunteer opportunities. All volunteers must complete an online application and required forms. Talk Time, Tech Tutor volunteer and Citizenship volunteer opportunities are available for those 18 years and older, who can commit to ongoing volunteering.

Support our environmental efforts throughout King County with fun ways to get involved! Volunteer opportunities include participating with our recycling/composting team at the Marymoor Park summer concert series and wading rivers every October to count salmon. Or, through our “Adopt-a-Park or Trail” or “Trail or Lake Weed Watchers” programs, where you and your group can help maintain our parks and trails and help keep them free from invasive weeds! Some volunteer positions require you to be 18 years or older. Checkout our website to learn about our upcoming events, sign-up for our volunteer newsletter, receive approval for your “adoption of a park or trail” and more!

Volunteers read and record chapters of books, in any language, and make them available for free on the Internet, no experience required. 

The Lifeguard Training Team is a free 8-week summer program that provides training and certifications along with job skills! We serve at lakes around the City of Seattle. We accept youth between the ages of 15 – 18 years old. Your experiences can lead to future summer employment opportunities!

We are a community health organization, providing wraparound support to people living with or at-risk of HIV and/or other chronic conditions. We have a long history of providing services to discriminated and marginalized people in our community. Individual volunteer opportunities include being a Kitchen helper, warehouse support or more! Ages 14-17 can volunteer with parent/guardian consent form. Group volunteer opportunities can accommodate groups of various sizes! To get started today, complete our online application, or email us to begin group volunteering.

We support survivors of domestic violence through a variety of wraparound services. Our work is confidential and sensitive in nature. All our volunteers must be 18 years or older, complete an online application, interview and complete a 20-hour training. Checkout our website or contact us for additional details.

The MaST Center is a marine biology and aquarium facility of Highline College that is opened to the public for free! Ways to help include assisting at our Saturday Discovery Days, working with the public or with our Jelly Team, supporting our research and care of jelly fish. Some volunteer opportunities require you to be 18 years or older. New Volunteer Orientations are held every month, on the third Saturday, 10 am – 12 pm at our location. Visit our website to learn more about our programs, access our volunteer form and more!

Mary's Place provides safe, inclusive shelter and services that support women, children and families on their journey out of homelessness.

Opportunities to volunteer with social distancing or virtually- such as recording yourself (audio or video) reading a children’s book in any language.

Passionate about fisheries and habitat restoration? Share your passion with volunteer opportunities that include social media, marketing, planting, and weeding, and more! Email us to get started or visit our website to learn of the work we’re doing around the Puget Sound!

Projects can include environmental restoration, native plant nursery maintenance, and trail work. Ages 14 and up can volunteer with Women in the Woods, our program designed to address the gender gap in environmental restoration while bringing together female outdoor enthusiasts! Volunteer as an individual or with a group. Custom events can be held for groups of 15 people or more, during mid-week or weekends. For details, checkout our website or reach out to us today!

Volunteer at this world-famous museum! Volunteer positions include being a Gallery Ambassador, Pavilion Ambassador or with our Museum Apprentice Program. Volunteers are asked to commit to volunteering at least 8 hours per month, as part of an ongoing schedule. You must be at least 14 years old or older to volunteer, with some positions having older age requirements. Checkout our website to access our volunteer application, reference forms and to learn of our current volunteer positions!

Volunteer and contribute to the National Archives Catalog and help improve the accessibility of historical documents by tagging, transcribing and adding comments to records.

We help diverse communities with limited resources to become financially independent while building community for all! Join us for a onetime event or become an ongoing volunteer, with tasks that include assisting at community events, such as setup and doing art projects with kids, or helping with administrative support and operating the front desk reception area. Get started by filling out our online volunteer interest form today!

Our mission statement is to promote the growth, development and independence of people with disabilities through programs of therapy, education and work opportunity. We depend on our volunteers to make this happen. Ways that you can volunteer include being a social media advocate, fundraising, assisting at a preschool and more! Complete our online volunteer form or reach out to us! 

Northwest Harvest looking for volunteers. Individual or group opportunities to help provide access to nutritious food for all. Individual volunteers who are between 9 and 15 years old must have a parent or guardian volunteer alongside them.

You can help us defend and advance the rights of immigrants by becoming a volunteer. One way to volunteer with us is by assisting with the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network’s Repaid Response Hotline (1-844-RAID-REP). We need bilingual English/Spanish volunteers who can commit to regular volunteer shifts. Please reach out to us to begin or learn more on our website.

Join our team of volunteers to support our mission of enriching the lives of adults and children living with disabilities through outside recreation. From kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, fundraising events and more, there are countless ways to get involved! Individual or group volunteering available, for onetime or ongoing projects. Complete our online registration to begin today!

Love science? Share your love as we rely on volunteers to help fulfill our mission of inspiring lifelong interests in science. Checkout our website for current volunteer opportunities and to begin our online application. Begin as young as age 13, with some programs having older age restrictions. Volunteer commitments require at least two 4-5 hour shifts per month, for a six-month period. You’ll receive passes or a membership to the Pacific Science Center, for volunteering!

We depend on volunteers to continue our pet and wildlife rescues! Those 17 and younger can help us by hosting a supply drive for animals, “movie night” fundraiser, or a similar project at their high school. Project ideas and the pre-approval form are available online. Submit this and any questions you have to our Education Programs Manager. Those 18 years and older can volunteer regularly at our shelters in the Seattle U District or in Lynwood. Onsite group volunteer opportunities can accommodate those younger than 18 years old. For volunteer opportunities details and application, checkout our website to get started!

Help support the beloved Pike Place Market with volunteer opportunities that include Market Foundation office duties, special events or assist us at our food bank! Visit our website for a short online volunteer form to get started or reach out to us today!

Points of Light provides a resource list of volunteer search engines and virtual volunteering opportunities. Scroll down the website to see opportunities regarding archives and genealogy, disaster and maps, general skills, health, well-being, and empowerment, literacy, mentoring and tutoring, science, technology, and engineering, etc.

Pride Foundation is dependent on our team of volunteers! Volunteers are LGBTQ and allies, who are committed to helping us support our work around the Northwest region! Join us at community events throughout the year, help around our office and more! Checkout our website to get started or contact us today!

Love history, maritime or maritime history? If so, share your interests with others! Volunteer opportunities include research, outreach and online support, digitizing photographs, crafts and educational days for kids, interpreting for our guests and more!  We can work with you to find an opportunity that supports your needs! Contact us today to join our crew.

A no-kill shelter based in Arlington, we protect homeless cats and get them the care and treatment they need. Volunteers can help at several sister locations doing everything from caring for the cats and helping promote events.

We work to provide everyone in our community a sustainable, healthy, and full life, with special care directed to the marginalized and less fortunate. We believe that every life has innate worth, and seek to embody that belief by providing shelter, hot meals, clothing, and supplies

Rebuilding Together Seattle serves low-income homeowners who are elderly, living with a disability, families with children, or veterans in need. We partner with companies and volunteers to do our work. Ways that you can individually volunteer with us include administrative and website support, while group volunteering opportunities include building and repairing homes. We offer onetime and ongoing projects! Checkout our website to learn more or to complete our volunteer interest form!

An annual September event, RenCon celebrates all things comics and fandom with cosplay, panels, items to purchase and more! Have a blast as a volunteer while assisting with tasks such monitoring the console free play area, registration table, helping with the speaker panels in the auditoriums and more! Volunteers are asked to volunteer a minimum of one 4-hour shift out of the 2-days. All volunteers will receive an awesome RenCon volunteer t-shirt and a 2-day badge to the show! Come be part of the fun with us!

Volunteers are the backbone of operation during show times! Volunteers can participate with cast and crew support, small carpenter projects, concessions and more! Getting started is as simple as signing up to be added to our volunteer email list or contact us today!

As Renton continues to grow, help us celebrate and share Renton’s past and present through exhibits, programs, and events. Our volunteer application is available from our website.

Providing clothes to anyone in need in Renton, help us by hosting a clothing drive at your high school or join us for a “clothes sorting and bagging” party, great for group volunteering! Visit us in-person during our hours of operation to get started (Monday – Thursday, 1-5 pm) or visit our website to complete our online contact form.

Wanting to volunteer and make a difference in Renton but unsure where or how to start? This is a one stop volunteer program where you will create events and programs, participate in a variety of local events and more while gaining valuable leadership skills!

On time group or ongoing individual opportunities are available! Help with our food pantry, holiday assistance in the winter or cooking and serving meals at our community supper program. With two locations near Renton High School and afternoon/evening volunteer opportunities available, it is easy to volunteer here! Contact us for volunteer requirements.

Salvation Army Renton Corps provides many opportunities at or near Renton; including helping with the food pantry, cooking and serving meals, and more! 

We are a community-based organization committed to providing health, education, cultural services and more to diverse communities, specializing in species to Latinos. We offer volunteer positions for those 18 years and older, during business hours, making our volunteer opportunities ideal for students with flexible day schedules. Some volunteer positions include assisting clients with checking in at our medical clinics or even coaching boxing! Checkout our website to learn of our current volunteer openings and to complete our volunteer interest form.

Love animals? So, do we! Help us save the lives of thousands of animals each year by assisting in the direct care of animals, fundraising and more! Checkout our website to apply as a volunteer or contact us today! Some volunteer positions require you to be 18 years or older.

Grades 9-12 can be Youth Ocean Advocates! You will learn and teach about the marine environment, conservation, and advocacy techniques plus more! To be considered for this volunteer position, you must attend an orientation, complete an application and interview. Orientation sessions are typically in early March. Checkout our website for additional details.

We rely on volunteers to successfully run our three locations and programs. SAM offers ongoing opportunities for people who can commit to volunteering for at least six months, every week, or every other week. There are limited onetime volunteer opportunities. Visit our website to begin volunteering with us!

Volunteer onsite, host a collection drive or make items and even start or join a guild!  Wish lists and how-to-make-items lists available online. These projects are great for groups! To volunteer onsite you must be 16 years and older, able to make a significant long-term commitment and can volunteer once-a-week for a 3-hour shift. Checkout our website for additional ideas about how to support our efforts or to fill out a contact form.

Criminal Internships are available for those 18 years or older, with a passion for law! Ideal for students, who have flexible day schedules and can be available during business hours. Checkout our website for the internship application, requirements, and deadlines.

Youth ages 13-17 can volunteer by hosting a pet food and/or toy drive, knitting blankets, or joining our Humane Teen Club or Teens of Animals programs. Both programs require you to complete an application. Checkout our website to learn additional details. Those 18 years or older are eligible to volunteer in the shelter!

We offer a couple of different ways teens can volunteer to help the environment! Through the Teen Service Learning program, there are general ways that youth can earn their community service credit outside, such as park and wetlands restorations. Our new exciting program, the Park Volunteer Inspection program, recruits ongoing volunteers to help inspect and report on the conditions of Seattle Parks. Training and an ongoing commitment is required. Checkout our website for additional details or contact us to get started!

Connect with your local library and community, with opportunities available for those as young as 14 years old! Complete the “Service Learning Volunteer Application for High School Students” and turn it into the teen librarian at your local library branch. Students are encouraged to apply early in the school year. Contact us using the below information or reach out to the Teen Librarian at your local library!

Volunteers allow us to continue our efforts of fighting homelessness and poverty in King County. Our volunteers assist with serving meals, tutoring, sorting through donations at our warehouse and more! We have individual and group volunteer opportunities, for both onetime and ongoing volunteer positions. We can accommodate volunteer groups with various numbers of people.

Age requirement varies on volunteer opportunity- most are 13 or older.

Meet new friends, spend time in the great outdoors, and expand your environmental knowledge at Shadow Lake Nature Preserve. For over 20 years, Shadow has been a volunteer-driven organization! Much of what we do would not occur without the hard work of volunteers.  At Shadow Lake, we believe that volunteering should be a rewarding experience and provide our volunteers with opportunities for education and growth.

Skyway Solutions is committed to advocating for increased opportunities for residents in the 98178-zip code, while preserving the character of the Westhill neighborhoods (Bryn Mawr, Campbell Hill, Earlington, Hill Top, Lakeridge, Panorama Hill, Skycrest and Skyway). To begin volunteering, complete a short volunteer contact form online or contact us today!

Soldiers’ Angels has programs to support military families, deployed service members, wounded heroes, and veterans of all eras. Our programs are broken into categories based on the population they serve. Most of our programs could not be possible without the support of our wonderful Angel volunteers who dedicate their time, money, and talents to the organization

Youth individual or group volunteer opportunities include making cards for recipients of the Meals on Wheels program! A variety of volunteer opportunities are available for those over 18 years old, including assisting at fundraising events. Visit our website to learn of all our current volunteer opportunities. 

Ensuring a sustainable planet is more than a one-person job. It takes a village and SCA offers you opportunities to contribute to the greater good of the planet! We offer volunteer opportunities for those as young as 15 years old! This is a great opportunity to explore natural treasures throughout the Puget Sound while being a part of a team! with an online or mobile application, it is easy to get started today!

There are so many ways to get involved with us! With multiple locations in Seattle and King County, including a thrift store in Renton and Centro Rendu in Kent, we offer volunteer opportunities throughout the week and at various times. We need volunteers who are speakers of other languages, particularly Spanish! Checkout our website to learn of current volunteer opportunities and to complete your volunteering profile. 

Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets.

Volunteer to tutor children virtually. Sessions are delivered via laptops and even phones and are all recorded to ensure quality and safety.

We are a music & arts center run by and for youth! Volunteers can choose from a variety of projects including running shows, helping in the silkscreen studio, or recording studio, curating exhibits in the gallery and more! Orientations are generally held each month on the 2nd Thursday at 6pm and the 2nd Saturday at 4pm. Checkout our calendar for orientation location and details. 

You can support our work of building an ecologically sound, economically viable and socially equitable food system through flexible internships, individual or group volunteering. Group volunteering offers a chance to work on projects such as organic gardening or wetlands restoration. Individual opportunities include helping at events, assisting with demos such as how to build healthy soil, and more! Complete a short online volunteer form available at our website.

Giving Foster Kids a Childhood and a Future:We envision – and strive to create – a world where every child that has experienced foster care has the opportunities and support they need to pursue their dreams and launch successfully into adulthood.Our service projects for high school students bring students from different schools together to volunteer and support youth in foster care. Volunteers sort donations and prepare merchandise to go into the Treehouse Store for youth in foster care. Our high school shifts allow youth to volunteer without an adult.

Help Seattle to continue to grow through a variety of fun and diverse volunteer opportunities! Share your multi-language skills at a Citizenship clinic, help monitor local trees and more! Volunteer opportunities are updated regularly on our website. Age restrictions apply to some volunteer positions.

Under 18 requires a waiver to be filled out by parent or guardian

At the UWMC Summer Team Program, you will practice your leadership skills, teamwork and customer service skills while gaining valuable exposure to the environment of healthcare! Tasks include greeting and directing visitors, transporting patients and items around the hospital and more! You’ll earn a minimum of 30 volunteer hours between June-August.  You must be between the ages of 16-18 years old and still attending high school. Checkout our website, around by January or February, for our volunteer application. It is typically due in April and late or incomplete submissions are not accepted! Once you’re 18 years old and have graduated from high school, you can apply as a regular adult volunteer.

Our volunteers are critical to our efforts of providing low-cost medical care in South King County! All our volunteers must be 18 years or older and able to commit to a minimum of volunteering 4 hours per week for at least 6 months. Our Emergency Department: Clinical Volunteer Program is specifically designed for those interested in a career in the medical field! Checkout our website to complete a volunteer application and learn of current volunteer opportunities that include greeting visitors and more!

Come join us as we provide quality medical care, while you learn about the medical field through your time volunteering with us! Volunteer opportunities include our Concierge Cart, Volunteer Companion, playing therapeutic music and more! Additional ways to get involve include administrative support, where you’ll assist staff with office tasks, data entry, organizing and more! Visit us online for additional information, to access our applications and required forms. We ask that volunteers commit for volunteering at least once a week for 6 months.

Vision House fights to help break the cycle of homelessness for families with children. Race doesn’t matter. Neither does religion, national origin, gender, or sexual preference. Every person deserves a healthy home. It’s not a privilege, but a basic human right.

Database of community service opportunities: sortable by zip code, date range, age of volunteer, etc.

Volunteer Match offers multiple social distancing and virtual opportunities. Utilize location, on-location/virtual, and more filters features to broaden or narrow your results. Opportunities can include helping senior citizens with gardening, chores, and groceries, group craft projects to assist veterans, community gardening, environmental restoration of state parks, etc.

Help protect the environment and advocate for equitable policy change in Washington State! Join us at our office location in Seattle or at events throughout the state! We count on volunteers to support our efforts, so we can work with you to find the volunteer opportunity that fits your skills and interests! Checkout our website to complete our volunteer form to get started today!

Whether you love the outdoors or are new to exploring the outdoors, you can help keep Washington state trails accessible! WTA offers several ways you can help, including day trail work parties exclusively for teens! You can even spend a week building and restoring trails on one of our summer youth volunteer vacations! Learn of all the ways you can get involved by checking out our website.

Share your love of the outdoors with us! Ways you can join us include photography and videography, graphic design, marketing, office work and more! Don’t hesitate to reach out to us today or complete our short online volunteer form to get started today!

Help fight the homeless crisis in our communities by providing low income & homeless families with resources to get them on the path to permanent housing.  We provide a safe home for their children so they can focus on getting back on their feet.  And we strive to prevent families from becoming homeless by offering utility & rental assistance.

We provide basic care items for babies. We welcome individuals or groups to come volunteer with us and even have regularly scheduled teen only volunteer hours! Checkout our website for details. From sorting and packing baby clothing and equipment items, technology support, placing orders or even administrative support, we look forward to you getting started with us today! Complete an individual or group volunteering application on our website. You’ll also be able to access our Minor Volunteer Parental Consent Form, which is required for volunteers ages 14-17.

We believe that providing support and tools to women and girls can help lead them to be successful, outspoken leaders, which in turn affects all us for the better! Join us as we help to create these types of opportunities by supporting our events! Checkout our website for event dates and locations or to complete our short volunteer contact form!

Checkout our website to learn more and to review how to prep for completing the application for our upcoming cohort of ZooCorps! ZooCorps teens teach zoo visitors about animals, their habitats and conservation programs, around the zoo. This work takes place both indoors and outdoors, regardless of the weather. This is a fantastic opportunity for youth considering studying zoology or a similar major!

Volunteer opportunities vary by location and include individual and group options. Some projects include cooking/preparing a meal offsite or onsite and tutoring. We also have needs for administrative assistance, member services, marketing, onetime events, IT, sports/coaching and more! Beginning is as simple as completing our online registration volunteer form. On this form, you’ll indicate which location(s) and in what area(s) you want to volunteer for!

We love all things youth theatre! We offer general volunteering and specific internship opportunities for high school students who share this interest! Our general volunteer opportunities include hosting a fundraising party, administrative support and more! Our internship opportunities include drama education assistants, production designer assistants, and marketing, but we will also work with you to support your areas of interests. Visit our website to learn more!

There are many ways you can support women and families around the region through onetime events, group volunteering, or ongoing projects! We have a volunteer opportunity for all! Getting started is as easy as reaching out to us or by attending one of our regularly scheduled orientations. These are held at our Seneca location, on the 4 Thursday every month, 5:30-7:30 pm. Visit our website to learn of upcoming opportunities.

Virtually assist professional researchers on a variety of topics. You don't need any specialized training or background to take part. You can do as much or as little as you would like. Opportunities include volunteering on a project to transcribe, identify, or classify, etc. Several volunteer roles to choose from and there is something for everyone!