Volunteers are needed from July 1-31, 2013, to work with youth in the S.L.A.M. (Student Living in Mission) program. Hours are 10 AM – 2 PM, Monday-Thursday. Volunteers must pass WA State background check. Opportunities include assisting in classes with planned activities, outdoor activities during outings, and game time. Good opportunity for students to do Community Service Hours for school. Contact the Coordinator of Volunteers at 253-471-5340 ext 24, or email@example.com, if you are interested in learning more.Read More
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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Contact Phone: (253) 471-5340
If you are a member of a church that would be interested in becoming a Host Site for the Family Housing Network shelter program, please call Joy McDonald for more details at 253-471-5340 or email her at JoyM@ccsww.org.
When you volunteer for Academic Link Outreach (ALO) you are helping the future. ALO works with low income students who might not have the help they need at home to do their best in school. ALO provides students with structured, caring and supportive mentoring. You can work with students one on one and help these kids prepare to go on to high school and college and have a rewarding life. Former or retired teachers at the middle school and high school level are wanted especially. This opportunity is in Lynnwood.Read More
Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) works with food banks all throughout the county. Volunteers are needed to check in clients, stock shelves, re-package bulk materials, assist with selecting food items, loading into the car, picking up food at the grocery store and more. Food banks are in need of help ALL year long, not just around the holidays.Read More
Address: Scattered Various Locations
Contact Phone: 425-374-6323
Many volunteer opportunities exist in Snohomish County, please call us to find out how you can be part of the solution!
Here is a chance to help our elderly and disabled neighbors maintain a life of independence and dignity. Can you spare an hour or two a week to help with light housework, laundry, shopping or minor home repair? Scheduling is based on your interests and availability.Read More
801 9th Ave, Seattle WA
Responsibilities: A painter is needed to touch up some walls in our common areas. Contact Andrew Hostetter for more information.
Pro Bono Attorneys wanted at non-profit Immigration Legal services program for Spring 2016 through Fall 2016 (6-8 months). For more information on Catholic Immigration Legal Services (CILS), please visit our website: www.ccsww.org\CILS. Please email your resume and letter of interest of why you want to work at CILS to: TanyaF@ccsww.org. No phone calls please.Read More
Title: Volunteer Legal/Administrative Assistant for CCS Catholic Immigration Legal Date Posted: 03-29-2016 Location: Address: 100 – 23rd Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98144 Contact Name: Tanya Fekri, Staff Attorney Contact Phone: Contact E-Mail: TanyaF@ccsww.org Responsibilities: JOB DUTIES: Manage case file management closing project: under legal staff supervision, keep files current, draft and send letters to clients …Read More
Do you have time each week to have a phone conversation with an older adult? Phone Buddies provide older adults who might be feeling isolated and in need of social connection with support through a weekly phone call. Many of these individuals no longer have the friendships they once had and would greatly benefit from regular communication with another caring individual.Read More