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Volunteer opportunities appropriate for youth aged 14-18

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Sponsor: Youth Tutoring Program | Location: Seattle, WA 98144 Working as a mentor or tutor Youth Group Family
Help Close the Achievement Gap – Volunteer as a tutor this fall! 96% of YTP students report improving or sustaining high grades in school. The Youth Tutoring Program (YTP), a part of Catholic Community Services, serves students in grades 1 – 12 who live in six public housing communities throughout Seattle. Most students are behind their grade level and need extra support to succeed in school. Tutors more
Sponsor: Jubilee Women's Center | Location: Seattle, WA 98112 Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth Group Family
Volunteers can help meet Jubilee's residents’ most basic needs by hosting a donation drive with their company, parish, community group, or at their next party. This is a fun community-building volunteer opportunity that will benefit our 34 residents greatly. Contact Angie, Volunteer & Administrative Coordinator, to learn about our current needs. more
Sponsor: Jubilee Women's Center | Location: Seattle, WA 98112 Basic Needs Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth
Do you have a flair for fashion? Help Jubilee keep it's free clothing boutique available to homeless and low-income women! Volunteers are needed to help organize and maintain our boutique and to assist shoppers in finding much needed clothing. Clothing is donated every day at JWC, and keeping it organized is vital. This position requires a commitment of 2-3 hours per week. Youth volunteers are welcome. more
Sponsor: EarthCorps | Location: Tukwila, WA 98168 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
You are invited to join EarthCorps by volunteering at North Wind’s Weir in Tukwila. Ecological restoration activities include removing invasive weeds, planting native species, and mulching. These hands-on restoration activities directly improve the watershed’s water quality, air and noise pollution, and habitat diversity, while also sequestering carbon and providing pleasant places for people and wild more
Sponsor: King Conservation District | Location: Seattle, WA 98106 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day
Join the King Conservation District and the Green Seattle Partnership to help restore habitat along Longfellow creek in West Seattle. Longfellow creek is one of only four salmon streams in Seattle. Come join our ongoing efforts to replace invasive ivy and blackberry with native trees and shrubs. more
Sponsor: Navos | Location: Seattle, WA 98126 Youth Group Family
Among our vast range of programs and services, every year Navos provides hundreds of children, youth, families and adults with donated basic hygiene kits at Thanksgiving and throughout the year as needed. The ability to be clean improves everyone’s health, quality of life, and dignity. Please host a drive at your workplace, place of worship or civic group for these basic items. EACH KIT CONTAINS FUL more
Sponsor: Navos | Location: Seattle, WA 98126 Working to enhance education Youth Group Family
Host a drive at your workplace, place of worship or civic group, and help students in need return to school equipped to learn and succeed! Many come to Navos with nothing but the clothes on their back. Our child and youth clients are in residential care due to experiencing abuse and neglect or because of an early onset mental or emotional illness. Continuing their schooling while in treatment is ess more
Sponsor: Navos | Location: Seattle, WA 98126 Working to enhance education Youth Group Family
Host a drive at your workplace, place of worship or civic group, and help students in need return to school equipped to learn and succeed! Many come to Navos with nothing but the clothes on their back. Our child and youth clients are in residential care due to experiencing abuse and neglect or because of an early onset mental or emotional illness. Continuing their schooling while in treatment is ess more
Sponsor: Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day
There are hundreds of miles of trails within the Greenway, many of which see more foot, biker and/or equestrian traffic than they were originally created to sustain. As a result these trails are in much need of attention and maintenance. The Little Si trail is one of the most hiked trails in the state. It was established as a Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA) in 1987, the first in Washington S more
Sponsor: Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day
There are hundreds of miles of trails within the Greenway, many of which see more foot, biker and/or equestrian traffic than they were originally created to sustain. As a result these trails are in much need of attention and maintenance. The Little Si trail is one of the most hiked trails in the state. It was established as a Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA) in 1987, the first in Washington S more
Sponsor: Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
The 418-acre Three Forks Natural Area is at the confluence of the three forks of the Snoqualmie River, the largest river system in King County. With sweeping views of Mount Si and Rattlesnake Mountain, the Three Forks Natural Area includes over five miles of riverfront with juvenile trout habitat, and serves as a sanctuary and corridor for a broad range of wildlife including black bear, elk, cougar, ea more
Sponsor: Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
Trees along Issaquah streams are critical to healthy salmon runs and clean water. Native vegetation shades and cleans the water, and provides important habitat for fish and wildlife large and small. The Issaquah Creek Basin is about 61 square miles and is bordered by Tiger, Squak and Taylor mountains. Even though the Basin has many acres of good habitat and abundant wildlife, existing streamside areas more
Sponsor: Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day
Squak Mountain is located just south of Issaquah, Washington and lies between Cougar and Tiger Mountains, forming what is known as the Issaquah Alps. The original public ownership on Squak was a section of land on the top of the mountain that was donated to State Parks by the Bullitt family. Over the past 15 years, under the banner of the Mountains to Sound Greenway, significant additional land on Squa more
Sponsor: Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
Mercer Island is graced with 35 parks, over 300 acres of natural areas, and more than 50 miles of trails. Popular among joggers, walkers, and families, Mercerdale Hillside provides an urban open space experience for residents of all ages. However, the natural area has become over-run with non-native blackberry, ivy, laurel and holly which threaten its ecological diversity. Volunteers will be crucial to more
Sponsor: Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day
Tiger Mountain in Issaquah is a popular destination for hikers, mountain bikers, hang gliders, paragliders and horseback riders. Its trails bring visitors through the remains of old growth forests left over from Tiger Mountain’s logging past. Tiger Mountain has over 65 miles of trails and 29 miles of gravel roads and the constant usage of these trails and roads causes them to erode over time. In additi more
Sponsor: Northwest Parkinson's Foundation | Location: Seattle, WA 98108 Youth Group One Day Family
Hoops for Hope: The Jim Marsh Classic is a cause-based 3-on-3 basketball tournament designed to raise awareness and support for two local efforts: Mentoring Works Washington (formerly known as Washington State Mentors) and the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation. The tournament is scheduled for August 29th and 30th, 2015, on the streets of Seattle’s Georgetown Neighborhood. Come join us to help kick of more
Sponsor: Compass Housing Alliance | Location: Seattle, WA 98104 Basic Needs Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth Group One Day Family
There are many great ways you can help the men, women, and families we serve by donating a range of in-kind donations. One of the many ways you can donate your time and energy is to organize a donation drive. Running a donation drive is a great way to get your community, company, church, school, or other group involved in supporting Compass Housing Alliance. Some ideas for donation drives -Organize more
Sponsor: Compass Housing Alliance | Location: Seattle, WA 98144 Basic Needs Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth Group
We need groups or motivated individuals to provide meals at our Peter’s Place Night Shelter. Peter’s Place provides shelter and services for 50 homeless men and women. Services include case management, laundry, hygiene facilities, and access to a dinner meal and continental breakfast. Volunteer dinner providers are needed from 6:00pm to approximately 7:30pm seven days a week. Volunteers must cook their more
Sponsor: Compass Housing Alliance | Location: Seattle, WA 98109 Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth Group
Cascade Women’s Program provides supportive transitional housing for 32 women experiencing homelessness. Cascade offers opportunities for its residents to participate in their community and develop skills they can carry with them for the rest of their lives. We are looking for groups to prepare and provide meals for the women. This can be a continuous event every couple of a months, or just a one-time more
Sponsor: Eastside Friends Of Seniors | Location: Issaquah Or Sammamish, WA 98027 Youth Group Family
Eastside Friends of Seniors volunteers help seniors live independently in their own homes by providing home services. They do housekeeping, handyman tasks, and yard work. Our elderly clients are frail or disabled. Our volunteers ensure that their independence is enhanced, and that they can continue to be on their own without needing to move to a more supportive setting. more

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