Community Service Opportunities 2016 - 2017
The Snohomish County Search and Rescue is looking for 5-10 volunteers to help at their Annual Tibke Banquet. The banquet is held to honor their volunteers and they need help with busing tables, child care and other miscellaneous tasks. The event is being held on February 4th and volunteers will work from 5 pm to 11 pm. Please contact Janice Baird at email@example.com
to sign up or for more information.
Join Key Club
at LSHS. Help those in need across our city, country, and our world. Create your own service projects, and build leadership while building your resume! We meet every other Tuesday in Portable 15
in Ms. Donnelly's room. Read more about Key Club HERE.
Our goal is to earn 10-15+ hours of service monthly. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions.
Here is a great new way to learn about community service opportunities. Volunteers can now "Get Connected" with United Way of Snohomish County. The company launched a new web page that will streamline how volunteers find local nonprofits that need your help. Find the site @ http://getconnected.uwsc.org and get plugged in to help out.
Do you love to volunteer your time to help others? Are you always looking for new ways to do more? Fill out an application to be a student leader with the Volunteers of America Western Washington's Youth Action Team. Below is the application for the upcoming school year 2016-2017: Youth Action Team Application. Don't miss out on this great volunteer and leadership opportunity.
Remember - the following organizations listed below need help ALL YEAR! Give them a call and see how you can volunteer throughout this school year.
Lake Stevens Family Center always needs helpers, contact Charlen Fysh at 425.397.7433
- YMCA in Marysville, contact Amanda Knight at 360.651.1616
- Boys & Girls Club of Lake Stevens
- Lil Hungry Hearts, helping to feed hungry students in Lake Stevens, contact Anita Caffee at email@example.com
- Earn a varsity letter in community service through Youth United. Must qualify and fill out application available on their website, http:// www.uwsc.org/varsityletter.php. There are deadlines to be eligible so make sure to check it out.
- Food Banks: Lake Stevens (Jim Foster 425.422.6962); Snohomish (firstname.lastname@example.org); Marysville (email@example.com)
- Sherwood Learning Center of Lake Stevens: Contact Lane 425.334.4071
***Do you know how to make websites?
The local Kiwanis Chapter of Lake Stevens is looking for a volunteer webmaster to help update and create their website. Kiwanis helps aid and support families and children around the community year round.
of your service hours this year! Contact Kiwanis President Karen Wolfe at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.***
The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers to work at the visitors center at Lundeen Park. They are looking to fill positions every Sunday, year round, from 10am to 4pm. For more information see the flyer in room 108. To sign up or to get more information contact Terry Myer at425-334-0433 or email@example.com
Being Neighborly:Lake Stevens is a local non-profit organization with multiple on-going community service opportunities ranging from gardening to tutoring.See the flyer in the Student Center - Room 108 - for a complete list. Contact Lea Zengage at 425-334-5867 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or for more information.
The Mt. Pilchuck Elementary PTA is looking for volunteers to do childcare during their monthly meetings and at other organized events throughout the school year. For a list events come to the Student Center - Room 108. To sign up or for more information contact, Jessica San Luis at 253-777-9032 or email@example.com