Volunteer Seattle

Below is a running list of volunteer opportunities in the Seattle area. This list will include general volunteer opportunities, invitations to fundraisers, invitations to non-fundraising events and anything else you can think of.

For more Seattle-based volunteer opportunities check out Volunteer Match!

The only thing I ask is that the event is for a 501(c)(3) organization.

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Seattle Works Day

5/19/12 – 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM for projects & 3:30 PM and beyond for celebration

Are you ready for a day full of service, sweat and Seattle Works?! We are. Seattle Works Day is our largest annual day of service. Nearly 1,300 people every year join a team and dig in at service projects all over the city while supporting Seattle Works.
 
Volunteer from noon – 3.30pm at projects throughout Seattle’s neighborhoods.
Celebrate directly following at Seattle Center.
 
Support Seattle Works! This day raises a considerable portion of our annual budget that enables us to connect volunteers, develop emerging leaders and inspire dialogue all year long.
 
Registration is open. There are three ways to sign up!
-Form your own team.
-Join a team formed by someone you know. If your company is sponsoring a team, sign up here.
-Join the Seattle Works Team and meet new people.

Team Up For Nonprofits – Gigs4Good #11 supporting Seattle Works

4/12/12 – Hard Rock Cafe

Team Up for Nonprofits is thrilled to announce that Gigs4Good #11 will benefit wonderful local nonprofit Seattle Works and will feature rising stars Ivan and Alyosha, Yuni In Taxco and Kevin Long.  Please join us at The Hard Rock 
Café on Thursday April 12, 2012.   The event will raise vital funds for Seattle Works, a local organization that connects volunteers, develops emerging leaders and inspires dialogue.  Funds raised through this Gigs4Good benefit will support Seattle Works Day, an event that engages over a thousand volunteers in one day to dig in at parks, schools and community spaces all over the city.  Groups of coworkers, friends, professional groups, social organizations and more join together for this awesome day of teambuilding and impact.   Show headliner Ivan and Alyosha’s soulful folk tunes suggest a band inspired, hopeful and longing; a band unafraid to probe their collective faith and doubts. 
 
 

Youth Speaks Poetry Grand Slam

4/13/12 – Doors open at 7pm – Show starts at 8pm

The Youth Speaks Seattle Slam Series is an annual all-city poetry slam that engages over 60 young performance poets and hundreds of audience members each year. The slam series decides the top 5 poets who comprise the Youth Speaks Seattle Team. The team will travel to the Bay Area in July to represent Seattle at the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam, which convenes young poets from over seventy different cities to compete and perform. Since 2007, HBO has produced Russell Simmons Presents Brave New Voices, a documentary of the annual slam series that showcases the work of youth poets.
Buy your tickets now for the Youth Speaks Grand Slam Finals
April 13, 2012
The Neptune Theatre
http://stgpresents.org/artists/?artist=1866
 

Treehouse Donation Drives

All Year Long

Foster parents receive up to $300 from the state each year to clothe a growing child. It’s just not enough. Thanks to the generosity of individuals and businesses in our community, Treehouse distributes clothing, school supplies, and much more to local foster kids through our Wearhouse, a unique store where kids and caregivers shop for free – allowing foster parents to stretch the family budget just a little bit further.Treehouse Donation Drives
All Year Long
Foster parents receive up to $300 from the state each year to clothe a growing child. It’s just not enough. Thanks to the generosity of individuals and businesses in our community, Treehouse distributes clothing, school supplies, and much more to local foster kids through our Wearhouse, a unique store where kids and caregivers shop for free – allowing foster parents to stretch the family budget just a little bit further.

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