Offers a variety of online services to support a community of nonprofit, volunteer and business leaders committed to civic engagement.
Want to volunteer? Maybe develop your leadership skills by serving on a board? Have the opportunity to make your voice heard? Learn to make wise giving choices? We’re here to help.
Earth Share of Washington
Is 66 leading environmental organizations that help to protect our environment and quality of life – locally, nationally and internationally. Earth Share of Washington partners with businesses and government agencies to encourage employees to give to the environment at work through payroll giving programs, volunteer projects and involvement in our annual Day in the Park.
Idealist.org, Action Without Borders
A portal for everyone interested in nonprofit organizations and issues, nonprofit careers, volunteering, events, and resources. Idealist is a project of Action Without Borders, a nonprofit organization founded in 1995 with offices in the United States and Argentina. Idealist is an interactive site where people and organizations can exchange resources and ideas, locate opportunities and supporters, and take steps toward building a world where all people can lead free and dignified lives.
City Volunteer Opportunities
Give something back to the community we all share. Your support and time commitment enhances the quality of all who come to Seattle and your service is applauded.
Seattle Parks and Recreation
Team up with your neighbors, community group, organization, or co-workers! Seattle Parks and Recreation will work with you to design a volunteer project your team will enjoy. Some our programs and partner organizations also have exciting volunteer opportunities. We’ll help match you with a great volunteer opportunity! 206-684-8028 | ParksVolunteer@Seattle.Gov
Volunteer Drivers Needed for Seniors
Do you have a car and some spare time on weekdays? Senior Services needs drivers to take senior citizens to and from medical appointments in King County. Drivers are reimbursed for gas and parking fees. For information, contact Cindy Zwart or phone (206) 448-5740.
RPCV Mentoring Program
The goal of this free program is to offer practical and emotional support from those who have “been there” to newly-returned RPCVs re-adjusting to life in the US. Participants are asked to make a minimum 4-month commitment to the program, with a minimum of 3 contacts, which can be via phone, e-mail, or in-person, or any combination of these. Community information resources, details on job and education opportunities, tips on making a mentoring relationship work, and much more, will be offered to both mentors and mentees. If you’d like to offer to help a new RPCV through “reverse culture shock,” or if you would like the help of a someone who has experienced this phase of life, please visit the RPCV Mentoring Program website. RPCVs from all eras are needed to serve as mentors.
Speakers can be found by using the PeaceMatch website. Through this site, NPCA links returned Peace Corps volunteers together with teachers to bring the Peace Corps cross-cultural experience to students throughout the United States.
Open Your Heart and Home to a Refugee Child
Would you like to rekindle the hope of a youth who has fled civil conflict or persecution? If you live in King or Snohomish county, you could become a long-term, short-term, or respite foster care provider for a refugee youth from Africa, Asia, or Central America. Would you like to learn more? Please contact Erika at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 694-5780 if you would like to attend an Info Night. Info Night takes place the second Monday of each month, 6 – 8 pm, at our office in Seattle. For more information and to alert other potential foster parents to this opportunity: http://www.refugeechildren.net