801 9th Ave, Seattle WA
Responsibilities: Free entertainers (all ages) needed for program celebrating our 8th anniversary in April 2017. Contact Andrew Hostetter for more information.
Helping another person brings a wonderful feeling of joy and satisfaction. At Catholic Community Services, volunteers help elderly and disabled persons remain living independently in their own homes. They also serve food to the hungry, tutor youth struggling in school, assist the staff of CCS day care and early learning centers, and do much, much more!
CCS volunteers come from all segments of the population. Many are fully employed; others are homemakers, young people and retired persons. All bring a gift of caring and time. “Being a volunteer is truly one of the greatest gifts of my life,” says Al Jackson, of Volunteer Services.
CCS offers a variety of opportunities to help others, arranged to accommodate volunteers’ schedules. Call today!
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801 9th Ave, Seattle WA
The Youth Tutoring Program (YTP) of Catholic Community Services is an innovative and successful after-school/evening academic enrichment program for elementary, middle, and high school students who live in low and mixed-income housing communities in Seattle. YTP operates 6 tutoring centers located close to students’ homes making it convenient for families. Our students are wonderfully diverse—representing many nationalities, cultures, languages and religions and are primarily from low-income refugee and immigrant families.Read More
St. Martin de Porres Shelter volunteers work in a variety of rotating jobs, which include assisting staff by serving meals, special food items, and beverages; distributing towels, bathrobes, and supplies; washing trays, dishes, and kitchen items used during the dinner service; and clearing buffet tables to prepare area for sleeping mats. There is ample opportunity for conversation with the men while in these positions. Please call 206-323-6341 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.Read More
Acupuncture professional to assist men two times (or even once) per month. We have a table and a private space. Many men have been assisted in their healing and recovery through acupuncture treatment. Our staff would like to organize sessions for a practitioner to make this service available on-site.Read More
Volunteers will set up, serve dinner, and help residents clean up afterward. Volunteers have an opportunity to interact with the women staying at the shelter and are asked to model a Ministry of Presence, being with women without imposing judgments or solutions. Noel House is looking for responsible (18+) for this position. A half hour long orientation must be completed before beginning volunteer service.Read More
2313 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
For one-time volunteer opportunities or annual special events, visit www.matttalbotcenter.org. Matt Talbot Center has seasonal needs for volunteers.
A few hours of your time each week (or even one or two times a month) can mean the difference in maintaining independence for our elders and persons with disabilities. Volunteers provide assistance with one or more tasks depending on their interests, skills, and availability. Tasks could include light housework, laundry, yard work, providing transportation to important medical appointments and to complete important tasks, shopping, moving and minor home repair. Are you short on time and unable to commit to an on-going volunteer assignment? Register to be on the on-call list for one time service requests. Note: volunteers who drive as part of their volunteer task receive mileage reimbursement.Read More
232 Warren Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109.
Our Fundraising Advisory Board’s primary responsibility is to work with the Program Director and Fund Developer to raise money for the Sacred Heart Shelter. The board meets monthly and puts on two fundraising events per year. Contact Gillian Parke at 206-285-7489 or Gillianp@ccsww.org.