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Volunteer opportunities appropriate for youth aged 14-18

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Sponsor: Youth Tutoring Program | Location: Seattle, WA 98118 Working to enhance education Working as a mentor or tutor Youth
Have you heard of The Youth Tutoring Program at New Holly? YTP is a successful tutoring and mentoring program, focused on at-risk youth in grades 1-12. Tutors in our program inspire children to view academics from a different lens, helping them improve grades and boost self esteem. Consider joining this team of plainclothes Super Heroes to make a difference in a child in your neighborhood’s life. The more
Sponsor: Youth Tutoring Program | Location: Seattle, WA 98118 Working to enhance education Working as a mentor or tutor Youth
The Youth Tutoring Program serves elementary and middle school students living in the Lake Washington Apartments community on Seward Park Avenue with tutoring and mentoring services. Volunteers support students in building skills in math and reading, homework, and enrichment activities. Our program matches volunteers one-on-one with students to tutor and inspire them to succeed both academically and more
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 New Year! 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 first through twelfth who live in six public housing communities throughout Seattle. Most students are behind their grade level and need extra support to succeed more
Sponsor: Powerful Voices | Location: Seattle, WA 98122 Health Working to enhance education Working as a mentor or tutor Youth One Day Family
Powerful Voices is a non-profit that works with girls 12-18. Most of the girls we serve are registered with the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative and are girls of color who regularly have experienced oppression through violence, poverty, racism and sexism in their lives. At Powerful Voices our mission is to invite girls to realize their dreams, engage their communities and shape a more just more
Sponsor: Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence | Location: Seattle, WA 98101 Youth One Day Family
Volunteering is a great way to participate in this event! Get an insiders view of Safeco Field and be a part of a movement that promotes healthy relationships. Volunteers will help: Get participants checked-in, cheer and direct runners along the course, work water stations, hand out medals and more! Register now at http://refusetoabuse5k.org/volunteer/ more
Sponsor: Washington Youth Soccer | Location: Tukwila, WA 98188 Health Working as a mentor or tutor Youth Skills-based volunteering One Day
Soccer for Success is an innovative youth development program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and promote healthy lifestyles for children in under-resourced urban communities. The program operates for 90 minutes after-school, three days a week, at twelve low-income elementary schools across South King County. Participants receive free, quality soccer programming that includes les more
Sponsor: Forterra | Location: Sammamish, WA 98074 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day
A group of volunteers are needed for a restoration project at the Hazel Wolf Wetlands Preserve in Sammamish. We are flexible with a day of the week or weekend. We are looking for a group of 10 to 25 volunteers to help with trail work at this beautiful wetland property. more
Sponsor: Forterra | Location: Redmond, WA 98052 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
Come join our work party. The Green Redmond Partnership is continuing to progress along Bridle Crest Trail in Westside Park. Volunteers have won the first battle against blackberry on both sides of the trail, but now need to come back and clear out sprouts so that we can replant native growth. Come to the park on Saturday, August 30 or Friday, September 18 and look for the Green Redmond Partnership more
Sponsor: Forterra | Location: Redmond, WA 98052 Working to protect our Environment Youth One Day
Do you care about restoring the many forested parks in Redmond? Help the Green Redmond Partnership by spreading the word about our numerous volunteer opportunities and restoration projects! We are now recruiting volunteers to join our Street Team to help table at Redmond Derby Days on July 12th and Ananda Mela the last weekend of July. We will be hosting a table throughout the day, so we need a group more
Sponsor: Jubilee REACH | Location: Bellevue, WA 98007 Youth Group Family
The Thrift Store – a community and capacity building retail store – which provides employment opportunities for our diverse community and funding to sustain our programs. The Thrift Store sells new and like-new clothing, jewelry and home furnishings at treasure-hunter’s prices. We need lots of volunteers to help sort goods, prep the store and serve as hospitality representatives, personal shoppers more
Sponsor: Jubilee REACH | Location: Bellevue, WA 98007 Basic Needs Youth
Do you enjoy preparing and or serving meals? There are innumerable opportunities at Jubilee REACH. 1. Prepare snacks for our After School Care, or Kid REACH students. Pick up food donations for the community from local businesses that donate their surplus. Mornings, Afternoons 2. Morning Jubilee- Breakfast Cooking Crew - Bring your friends, small group, business associates and love students by serv more
Sponsor: Jubilee REACH | Location: Bellevue, WA 98007 Working to enhance education Working as a mentor or tutor Youth
With just a commitment of two hours per week, you can positively change an Elementary Student’s academic career. Jubilee REACH is looking for tutors to work with Elementary students one to one in the evening. Each student brings assignments they are working on to Kid REACH and you will help to improve the student’s understanding and comprehension of the material. You will also have the opportunity a more
Sponsor: YWCA of Seattle - King County - Snohomish County | Location: Seattle, WA 98122 Basic Needs Youth
Our food bank is behind the administrative offices at the E. Cherry YWCA. We serve YWCA clients first and then the general public. We are only open on Wednesday's 12-3 with prep and stocking 8-12, serving food and cleanup 12-4. We need 5-8 volunteers per shift to make it run smoothly, especially on busy days. In the 8:00am-12 shift you arrive as we open the doors, take tables out, clean up, prep t more
Sponsor: YWCA of Seattle - King County - Snohomish County | Location: Seattle, WA 98122 Basic Needs Youth
Give 1-2 hour of time, to help feed over 375 students that rely solely on the free breakfast and lunches at school by putting together hunger packs for the weekend. We start at 10am every Friday and need 5 long term volunteers, who come in, inventory and pack bags to go to students in local schools to take home on Friday to have a bit of food to keep them full until they are back to school on Monday. more
Sponsor: Encompass (formerly Children's Services Of Sno-Valley) | Location: North Bend, WA 98045 Working to enhance early learning Youth
Encompass is all about nurturing children, enriching families and inspiring community. You can further that mission by sharing your love of children on a once or twice monthly basis to assist with childcare while parent enjoy a parenting class or networking. You provide enrichment activities for the children, arts and crafts, and snacks. Training is provided. We also offer free opportunities to attend more
Sponsor: Friends of Youth - King County | Location: Kirkland, WA 98034 Basic Needs Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth NUHSA Group Family
Coordinating a supply drive is a great way to support Friends of Youth. Homeless youth often go without the basic necessities most people take for granted. In the struggle to find food and a safe place to sleep, homeless youth find it difficult to acquire basic items. Suggested items to include in a donation are: -Cup-o-noodles -Fruit Leather -Granola Bars -Pretzels -Nuts -Juice -Bottled Water -Cracke more
Sponsor: Reading Partners | Location: Seattle, WA 98106 Working to enhance education Working as a mentor or tutor Youth
Make a Difference in One Hour! - Tutors Needed to Inspire Struggling Young Readers at Sanislo Elementary, Highland Park Elementary, Beverly Park Elementary and Olympic Hills Elementary. Reading Partners is a literacy non-profit that mobilizes community volunteers to provide one-on-one tutoring to struggling elementary student readers. No experience is required to volunteer! We seek volunteers who more
Sponsor: YouthCare | Location: Seattle, WA 98101 Basic Needs Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth Group One Day
Bring a group of 3-8 to serve meals at the James W. Ray Orion Center, which enables staff to concentrate on what they're there for: serving youth. Just as important, by donating food, volunteer groups help us stretch our budget - in the face of pressing need, as the number of meals served at YouthCare has grown significantly in the past few years. Meals at the Orion Center don't just help youth on the more
Sponsor: YouthCare | Location: Seattle, WA 98105 Basic Needs Volunteer opportunity relating to Homelessness Youth NUHSA
Youth both on the streets and in housing are in constant need of hygiene supplies, clothing, and food. School supplies help us stretch the budgets for our education programs and support students enrolled in traditional high schools and community colleges. Bus tickets get these young people to job interviews, medical appointments, shelter, and other services. But hosting a drive doesn't just help provi more
Sponsor: WACAP (World Association For Children And Parents) | Location: Renton, WA 98055 Youth
Are you looking to get out of the house, make a difference and meet fun people? You can brighten the futures of orphaned and vulnerable children around the world by providing basic office support at WACAP (World Association for Children and Parents), a Renton-based, nonprofit international adoption agency. Even in today’s computerized world, adoptions require lots of paperwork, and we always need help more

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