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TimestampOrganization NameCityWebsiteResponsibilitiesRequirementsCommitmentFirst NameLast NameTitlePhoneExt.E-mail AddressPreferred Contact MethodNumber of Volunteers NeededInstructions for student for signing up for this opportunity
Nov-20American Cancer Society’s Issaquah Relay for LifeIssaquahhttps://secure.acsevents.org/site/STR?pg=entry&fr_id=96905StaceyChung2066744160stacey.chung@cancer.orgEmailAs many as we can get!Contact Stacey Chung to sit in on a meeting and see what we are all about!
Oct-9Share Your Story ProjectIssaquahhttps://www.myneighborhoodpt.com/share-your-story-project.htmlMary LynnHafnerVolunteer Coordinator and Facilitator 425-654-2575myneighborhoodpt@gmail.comEmailAt least 3 for every monthly interview sessionContact coordinator. If you miss the training, schedule a brief orientation before any monthly interview series.
Sep-24Issaquah Schools Foundation - Artistic SupportIssaquahhttps://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a49aea72ba13-volunteers4JillianBornConference Coordinator206-354-8601jillian.born@comcast.netEmail13If you sign up and then cannot attend, please update remove your name from the signup genius link. Thank you
Sep-17Young WhizIssaquah, Redmond, Bellevue, Kirkland www.youngwhizs.comSrishti425.677.5114info@youngwhizs.comEmail10
Jun-11Lake Sammamish State ParkIssaquahhttps://parks.state.wa.us/533/Lake-SammamishAdamasWeitzenfeldInterpretive Specialist4254557010122adam.weitzenfeld@parks.wa.govEmail4Volunteer Training on Saturday June 29 9am-1pm at Lake Sammamish State Park
Jun-3Evergreen Trail RunsIssaquah, WAhttps://runsignup.com/Race/Volunteer/WA/Issaquah/TaylorMountainTrailRunMaryAnnHartmanVolunteer Coordinator206-651-6062maryann@evergreentrailruns.comEmail10Please review the link for available volunteer positions for Taylor Mountain. If you could please fill out the registration for the position you would like and it will be entered in our database. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
May-23KCLS-King County Library SystemIssaquahhttps://kcls.org/ThesalaJonespHR Manager-Employment & Recruitment425-369-3325tajones@kcls.orgNo Preference1-2Please contact Thesala Jones-HR Manager
May-15Sammamish Friends Sammamish https://sammamishfriends.org/RobinaQureshi Sammamish Mud Run Coordinator 4258308834robina_q@msn.comNo Preference20Duties include moving obstacles and their parts to their locations on the run course. Wear work clothes and bring gloves!
May-2Northwest FolklifeSeattlewww.nwfolklife.orgXavieraVandermayVolunteer Coordinator206-446-4806volunteers@nwfolklife.orgEmail500Register online today at https://marcatoapp.com/forms/nwfolklife/volunteer/new
Apr-24Purrfect Pals (Outpost Issaquah Petco)Issaquahhttp://purrfectpals.org/EileenBrisbineLead Volunteer206-387-9603ebrisbine@yahoo.comEmailunlimitedApply Online: http://purrfectpals.org/volunteer/volunteer-application/
Apr-15Sammamish Farmers MarketSammamishwww.sammamishfarmersmarket.org/DeborahSoggeMarket Director425-681-4910info@sammamishchamber.orgNo PreferencePlease contact Deb Sogge to set your schedule. We would love a commitment for the season; however, we are flexible and will work with your schedule. You may volunteer for either setup or take down or both.
Mar-30Cougar Ridge Elementary PTSABellevuehttps://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/4090449a8a622a4f85-20192ShamithaSridharanCo chair9728961336crheritagefestival@gmail.comEmailUnlimitedSee signup link
Mar-6Wise CampsBellevuewww.wisecamps.orgMelissaBaker763-486-9429wisecamps@gmail.comEmail60Please go to wisecamps.org and click on the "Volunteer" tab to fill out the application!
Nov-20Share Your Stories ProjectIssaquahhttps://www.marylynndpt.com/share-your-stories-project.html1) Observation student, 2) Audio technician: manages the audio recording and timing of interview, or 3)Joint or lead interviewer asking questions to the senior storyteller. An adult facilitator is always present at interview sessions. High school age preferred. Good listener. Able to get transportation to senior center on Wednesday evenings.You can sign up once or can commit to a regular session per your own availability. We provide 2 separate one hour interviews once a month on a 2nd or 4th Wednesday evening at the Senior Center. Session hours: 5:45pm-7:15pm or 7:00pm-8:15pm (75-90 minute total commitment). Signup link will be sent after contact with organizer.Mary LynnHafnerPhysical Therapist, Organizer & Facilitator of Share Your Stories Project425-654-25754256542575myneighborhoodpt@gmail.comEmailUnlimited. Max of 4 per interview session with ongoing sessions available.Please email or text Mary Lynn for further information.

We hold an annual meeting and teen training, yet please feel free to join us at anytime during the year. It's a unique opportunity!
Oct-16The Salvation ArmyRentonrenton.salvationarmy.orgHelp Bell Ring at various sites around your area and watch over the kettle while wishing everyone a Happy holiday, & Merry Christmas. We provide the kettle stand, kettle, aprons, bells, and candy canes to hand out. I ask that a group of 3 per shift (safety first). Club leaders take on the responsibility to recruit, schedule, and track volunteers. At the end of each night, kettles will be collected and donations counted. in the morning team/club leaders will be given a total of collections.I ask that groups of 3 if minors, 1 if 18 and olderSaturdays only , starting November 23rd - December 24th MarthaBarrettCommunity Programs Manager425.255.5969215martha.barrett@usw.salvationarmy.orgEmail105For example: High school DECA president/lead will adopt one or all days noted above and they will look and schedule the volunteers. Jim 9-10:30 am he will be the first bell ringer and will pick up the kettle, slip, apron, and bell from customer service.
Sue 10:30-12 noon
Ray 12 noon-1:30 pm
Laura 1:30-3 pm
Cindy 3 pm-4:30
Jamie 4:30-6 pm will be the last one for the day and will return the kettle, slip, apron, and bell from customer service.

Next Saturday Key club
Sep-26YMCANewcastlehttps://www.seattleymca.org/locations/coal-creek-family-ymcaJoin a group of like-minded peers to learn and grow in your
community. In TLB you will have the opportunity to:
• Gain valuable leadership skills
• Design and organize teen-led initiatives, adventures,
programs, and classes
• Make new friends who share a passion for leadership
• Discuss issues facing our community and come up with
real solutions
13+Once a week 1hrsHeynsMouton4252821500Hmouton@seattleymca.orgEmail30Email Heyns Mouton and say you are interested in the Teen Leadership Board
Sep-23Salmon DaysIssaquahsalmondays.orgVariety of volunteer opportunities and shiftsSome age restrictions3-4 hour shifts for eventDianaLumBusiness Relations Manager425-392-7024dlum@issaquahchamber.comEmail500Volunteer t shirt pick up and check in at Issaquah Community Center
Sep-19Issaquah Schools Foundation Artistic SupportIssaquahhttp://isfdn.org/our-purpose/promoting-professional-development/art-docent/Opening set up, work registration desk, photographer, afternoon set upHigh school studentSaturday Oct. 13th: 8am - 11am, 11am - 2pm, 2pm - 4pmJulietteRipley-DunkelbergerArtistic Support Manager425-941-6582Juliette@isfdn.orgEmail10https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a49aea72ba13-volunteers2
Sep-18Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce - Salmon DaysIssaquahwww.issaquahchamber.comVarying opportunities Some jobs require 16 yrs and older4 hour shiftsDianaLumBusiness Relations Manager4253927024dlum@issaquahchamber.comNo Preference400+We ask student to sign up through our volunteer portal - http://www.issaquahchamber.com/sd-2018-volunteers
Sep-17Kids Around the World Bellevue https://www.katw.net/Be a part of an assembly line to prepare packages of foodAll ages welcome1 dayTheressaLosey42575312294257531229theressa.losey@comcast.netNo Preference500Reserve a spot for you or your family/group at:

Sep-13Purrfect PalsArlingtonhttp://purrfectpals.org/Volunteers in our adoption centers spend their time caring for and playing with cats, cleaning cages and acting as matchmakers for potential adopters. We have morning, afternoon and evenings shifts available seven days a week!Age requirements vary according to location. More information upon request. 2 hours, once a week.CarolLamarVolunteer Manager360-926-8495volunteers@purrfectpals.orgEmailAlways needing help!The online application is the first step to getting connected. We have several locations including, but no limited to, Sammamish Petco and Issaquah Petco. Please check our website for more locations and sign up at http://purrfectpals.org/volunteer/volunteer-application/
Sep-10Faith ChurchSammamishhabitatgaragesale.orgSorting donated items, Unloading Donation trucks, assisting in donation pickups, cleaning up after eventnoneflexibleJanBennettVolunteer Coordinator425-392-01231h4h@faithunited.orgEmail25Please contact us to sign up using the email provided, any and all help would be greatly appreciated. Food for volunteers is provided.
Jul-17Aegis of IssaquahIssaquahhttps://www.aegisliving.com/issaquahAssist in set up and clean up of bingo, serve sundaes to residents, play bingo and assist residents with their cards. Many of our residents have Alzheimer's or some form of dementia- they love visiting with teens. Other tasks may be needed such as organization with prepping activities, water plants, or painting nails.None1 day, and flexible depending on hours needed or desire to volunteerHeatherReynoldsLife Enrichment Director 425-392-8100heather.reynolds@aegisliving.comEmailNo more than 4 at a time Email Heather.reynolds@aegisliving.com or call and ask for Heather Reynolds.
May-25King County Explore Search and Rescue (ESAR) Sammamish / Issaquahhttp://www.kcesar.org/recruitingHelp Sheriff office rescue lost and hurt hikesVolunteers must be 14 and complete our basic trainingFlexibleDavidDunphySammamish Y Teen and Outdoor Coordinator sammamishyteens@seattleymca.orgEmail30+Sign up here: http://www.kcesar.org/recruiting and email sammamishyteens@seattleymca.org
May-25City of Renton/C.A.S.T. for KidsRentonhttp://castforkids.org/event/lakewashingtonfk/Friday 6/1/18 4-6pm and/or 6/2/18 8a-12pKristenPhillips425-351-3202We have a variety of volunteer positions available. We will provide breakfast for volunteers on the day of the event. Note: All volunteers must be at least 14 years of age and will be required to complete a volunteer waiver prior to the event.
May-15The Issaquah Food & Clothing BankIssaquahhttps://issaquahfoodbank.org/Adventure Kids Playcare is hosting the 9th Annual Spring Festival on Saturday, May 19th and has invited the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank (IFCB) to participate in the festivities.

As part of this year's event, IFCB is doing a face painting booth and we need 9 volunteers who are willing to share their artistic skills with us.

The Spring Festival is a carnival-style event for kids and families. Thousands of families are invited to attend this free, community event. Our booth will have face painting for kids and will also provide valuable community resource information and raise awareness about food insecurity in our hometown.
Must be at least 16 years old and pass a background check.1 dayMeganEdwinVolunteer Coordinator425-392-412310megan@issaquahfoodbank.orgNo Preference9Please visit our Sing Up Genius Page to sign up - https://goo.gl/dcbVnL
May-8Oxbow Farm & Conservation CenterCarnation www.oxbow.orgSummer camp volunteers assist the camp instructors leading small groups of children ages 4-12 during day camp. As a volunteer you will help provide a successful camp experience for campers by keeping them engaged through facilitating a variety of educational games and activities. Volunteers work with the same small camp group all week and will assist the Summer Camp Instructor of that group. Attend required training on June 22; Must be 14 or older by July 2018; Interest in outdoor education; Ability to do light physical work, including standing for several hours; Experience working with children; ability to pass a background check (if over 15)8am-4pm Mon-Fri for a full week (we do have some flexibility, please reach out if you have specific constraints)SheaScribnerSummer Camp Director425-788-1134 3volunteer@oxbow.orgNo Preference3-4 per weekPlease read the full description and submit an application from our website: http://www.oxbow.org/get-involved/volunteer/
May-8Sammamish LibrarySammamish kcls.orgDuties my include shelving patron holds, pulling expired holds off of our shelves, or pulling materials from our shelves to fulfill holds.
We will likely have a few openings for this for summer. This would be weekly on a specific day, for approximately 2 hours. We are looking for individuals we can commit to the entire summer. There may be opportunity to continue on in the fall. Particular day of the week may be flexible. KarenMangoldLibrary Operations Volunteer Manager425-392-3130 kcmangold@kcls.orgEmail2-3
May-2The Issaquah Food & Clothing BankIssaquahhttps://issaquahfoodbank.org/volunteer/Volunteers will be helping unload letter carrier trucks filled with food and helping load volunteer vehicles headed towards the food bank. Volunteers need to be able to lift 30-50 lbs.Must be at least 16 years old and able to lift 30-50 lbs.One day event. 2 shifts are available.MeganEdwinVolunteer Coordinator425-392-412310megan@issaquahfoodbank.orgNo Preference4Please sign up through the Sign Up Genius page created for this event- https://goo.gl/7JVm9r
Apr-3YMCANewcastlehttp://apm.activecommunities.com/seattleymca/Activity_Search/159872craft booth, recreation booth or inflatable attendant, face painter1 day, hours between 8am-2pmBeccaPielAssistant Director Family Recreation425-282-1500rpiel@seattleymca.orgEmail35Please email Becca Piel if you are interested in learning more about how you can help support this event!
Apr-2My NeighborhoodIssaquahThis volunteer project is for you if:
1. You are interested in becoming a journalist or writer
2. You are interested in the medical field
3. You enjoy being around older people
4. You are willing to learn how to be a good listener
5. You have an hour free on a Sunday morning

Volunteer opportunities as:
1. Observation student
2. Audio technician in charge of recording session
3. Student interviewer
High school studentsTraining session for 1 hour After training, student and story teller sessions available on the first Sunday of every month.Mary LynnHafnerVolunteer Coorindator, Physical Therapist425-654-2575myneighborhoodpt@gmail.comEmailReserve your training spot at myneighborhoodpt@gmail.com
Mar-21WISE CampsBellevuewww.wisecamps.orgAssist teachers in fun science, math & many other types of camps!1-2 weeks, full days (8-4)MelissaBakerCo-Executive Director763-486-9429wisecamps@gmail.comEmail30Please learn more and register at www.wisecamps.com/volunteer
Mar-20Coal Creek YMCANewcastlehttps://www.seattleymca.org/locations/coal-creek-family-ymcaSupporting carnival-like activities such as face painting, games, crafts, inflatables, mini-golf, bubbles, etcMust be at least 14 years old1 DayBeccaPielAssistant Director Family Recreation425-282-1500rpiel@seattleymca.orgEmailAnyone interested!Please email if you are interested in this volunteer event
Mar-20Issaquah Farmers Market / City of IssaquahIssaquahwww.issaquahwa.gov/marketVaries based on timing - need help with set up, clean up, weekly kids booth, mascot, information booth, customer surveys, etc.We do require application filled out and parent signatureFlexibleCynthia, Eena or JeraMarket Managers425-837-3311issaquahfarmersmarket@issaquahwa.govEmail2-4 Per MarketPlease complete and submit application found on website and we'll get you signed up!
Mar-20Camp CaseyLake Forest Parkhttps://campcasey.org/We are looking for energetic, responsible, fun and hard working counselors ages 16 through college age who can volunteer the entire week of July 29-August 4.Must be at least 16 years old1 weekheadcounselors@campcasey.orgEmail
Mar-19The Issaquah Food & Clothing BankIssaquahhttps://issaquahfoodbank.org/volunteer/Food Bank tasks may include:
Unloading food deliveries
Date checking and sorting foods
Accepting donations and writing donation receipts
Portioning bulk foods
Updating inventory records
Crating/organizing foods
Restocking shelves
Assisting customers during grocery hours
Cleaning (daily cleaning and/or deep cleaning)

Clothing Bank tasks may include:
Sorting clothing bank donations
Hanging/organizing new donation
Accepting donations and writing donation receipts
Basic cleaning

Some tasks may require lifting 30-45 lbs. Volunteers should let a staff member know if they have lifting restriction so another task can be assigned.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years old to participate in regularly scheduled volunteer shifts. IFCB Family Weekends are held on the 1st Saturday of the month and are for teens 13-15 years (with an adult chaperone).The time commitment depends on the particular shift but shift times are generally flexible. MeganEdwinVolunteer Coordinator425.392.412310megan@issaquahfoodbank.orgNo PreferenceDepends on the day and shift.1. Visit issaquahfoodbank.org/volunteer
2. Fill out the online volunteer registration form
3. Check your inbox for a “welcome” email with login credentials
4. Follow the link in the email and login to the volunteer dashboard
5. Sign up for a volunteer orientation
6. Start signing up volunteer shifts and let the fun begin!
Mar-19Wilderness Awareness SchoolDuvallhttps://www.wildernessawareness.org/support/volunteerWorking with a Lead Instructor to safely educate and inspire children to connect with the natural work thought, games, songs, stories and curiosity. Must be at least 13 and attend a volunteer training Minimum of one week in the summer consisting of 30-40 hours. Samuel BowmanSummer Programs Coordinator425-788-1301samb@wildernessawareness.orgEmail100Visit the web sight to fill out the application.
Mar-19Arthritis FoundationSeattlewww.arthritis.orghelp with set-up, cheerleaders on the route, passing out water & snacks, help with break down after the event, etc.must be at least 16 years old1 dayAshleyMoiseDevelopment Director206-413-6858amoise@arthritis.orgEmail20Please email amoise@arthritis.org if anyone is interested in volunteering for this event.
Mar-14Culture Night at Endeavour Elementary SchoolIssaquahhttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b084baea62aaaf85-studentvolunteer positions include set up, welcome table, ushers in performance area, help serving in the potluck area, and, help in display and arts/crafts area. We welcome all volunteers!Different shifts available between 5pm - 8pm, 45min to 1:15 min per shift,RachaelWrightCulture Night Committee Member206-849-8401wrightwestseattle@gmail.comNo Preference30Please sign up here http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b084baea62aaaf85-student
Mar-6Discovery Elementary SchoolSammamishhttp://discoveryptsa.org/HomeTake tickets and hand out concessions to event participantsMust be 14+1 dayAlisonOgliore 4252832068alisonogliore@gmail.comEmail8Please email Alison and let her know if you are available!
Mar-5ForterraSammamishhttps://forterra.org/We will be planting live willow stakes in the wetlands. We will also be removing non-native invasive plant species like Himalayan Blackberry. Volunteers must bring a long sleeved shirt, long pants, and a pair of rubber boots.3 hours AvaIzdepskiStewardship Associate206-905-6909aizdepski@forterra.orgEmail20Email aizdepski@forterra.org noting that you'd like to RSVP for this event.
Feb-11Endeavour's Science FairIssaquahhttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19SRGiUWFjiDLS_t1pHxuu1MVg-6UpogriKrOBSTJlxY/edit#gid=0FlexibleDeborahYenubari427-397-1487endsciencefair@outlook.comEmail25-30Thank You so much!!!!
Feb-8Black Diamond CampsAuburnhttp://blackdiamond.org/staff/apply_high_school.phpService Team gives teens (ages 15-18) the opportunity to earn over 100 hours in community service while impacting the lives of campers and learning to be great a leader.

As a member of The Crew, you'll work closely with the Day Camp counselors, assisting in everyday activities with the campers, but you'll also have the opportunity to be a part of the behind-the-scenes needs as well (such as washing dishes, cleaning rooms, setting up activities and anything else that may be required).
must be at least 15 years oldWe have 3 three-week sessions Summer 2018.RachelCargillService Team Coordinator253-939-0488724rachel.cargill@blackdiamond.orgNo Preference30Apply on our website/Or contact Rachel Cargill
Feb-7City of IssaquahIssaquahhttp://www.ci.issaquah.wa.us/You will be helping coach one of our elementary school soccer teams.1-2 Days a weekBanjaminHansonRecreation Leader4258373341email121286@yahoo.comEmail
Jan-24Coal Creek YMCANewcastlehttps://www.seattleymca.org/Attend Meetings, Spread YMCA Message, FundraiseflexibleBeccaPielAssistant Director Family Recreation425-282-1500rpiel@seattleymca.orgEmailanyPlease complete this google form https://goo.gl/forms/lJbLr7jiVJqncjRi2
Jan-2Girls Rock MathKing Countyhttp://www.girlsrockmathematics.com/Summer Camp Counselors for youth math camps for girlsGrade 6 and higher can apply1 week min. PamelaQuadrosProject Manager2062405046pamela@girlsrockmathematics.comEmail100Please fill out the application on the Girls Rock Math website
Nov-21Spiritwood at Pine LakeIssaquahhttps://www.villageconcepts.com/spiritwood-at-pine-lake/Run activities and events I.E. Bingo16 Years oldFlexibleMattUrankarProgram Coordinator863-221-7253Mattu@villageconcepts.comEmail10Contact Matt Urankar to set up a time to meet to discuss opportunity
Nov-14artEASTIssaquahhttp://arteast.orgReception Facility help. We need people to set up and tear down.Josh Potter248-701-8804info@arteast.orgEmail3Contact Josh potter (info@arteast.org) if you are interested.
Oct-16Eastside Baby CornerIssaquahbabycorner.orgHelp us assess, sort and organize incoming donations for children in need You must be at least 14 y.o. to volunteer without 1:1 adult supervision1.5 to 3 hour volunteer shifts available; recurring shifts MadelineFishOperations Manager4253727527madelinef@babycorner.orgEmail1-10, sign up individually or contact me if you would like to volunteer as a groupPlease visit babycorner.org and click on the Volunteer Time link
Sep-26Oxbow Farm & Conservation CenterCarnationwww.oxbow.orgStarting in October, we will begin planting our weeded areas with new native shrubs and trees. We will continue removing weeds like blackberry and bindweed to give our native plants some room to breathe and to make room for new plantings. Our restoration work continues, with the added bonus of our Oxtober Fall Pumpkin Festival happening every weekend during the month of October. After the work is done, stay and enjoy the live music, food trucks, family activities, hay rides, farm stand, and more! Meet by the Oxtober Farm Stand located just south of our west parking area.Volunteers under the age of 18 must have a complete waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian prior to volunteering with Oxbow Farm. Volunteers should dress in clothing appropriate for the weather and for working outdoors with tools including closed-toed boots or shoes. Volunteers should also bring a re-usable water bottle to reduce waste and any snacks that they will want while volunteering.Volunteer events are typically 3-4 hours in length.DawnHussRestoration and Volunteer Coordinator425-788-1134volunteer@oxbow.orgEmail15E-mail dawn@oxbow.org
Sep-25Issaquah Salmon Days FestivalIssaquahwww.salmondaysvolunteers.orgHelp place parking restriction signs before the festival and remove them once it is over.14 or olderSign up for one or more shifts of 2-3 hoursGraniaBuckleySalmon Days Festival Volunteer Chairvolunteers@salmondaysvolunteers.orgEmail30Visit www.salmondaysvolunteers.org and walk through the sign up process
Sep-22Cascade Ridge Elementary Coyote Color RunSammamishhttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080d4fa5ab23a1f49-cascadeColor Sprayers and Games & Activities1 afternoon/eveningStephanieMiddletonCascade Ridge - PTSA VP Volunteersstephwamsley@gmail.comEmail25sign up genius
Sep-20City of Issaquah Parks & RecreationIssaquahhttp://www.ci.issaquah.wa.us/parksVolunteer Coaches will be assigned to a youth basketball team in the Issaquah Parks & Recreation basketball program. Coaches will lead practices and be present for games on Saturdays.approximately 11 weeks, 1 hour per weekCameronRothRecreation Specialist425-837-3310cameronr@issaquahwa.govEmailPlease contact Cameron Roth, cameronr@issaquahwa.gov, if you are interested in being a volunteer coach in our youth basketball program.
Sep-19Klahanie AssociationSammamishhttps://www.klahanie.com//home.aspAssist with special events ex. Halloween Carnival, Movie Nights, 5K Fun RunFlexible, generally 4-6 hour shiftsLindaCostaEvents Coordinator425-392-4663events@klahanie.comEmail20Please email Linda at events@Klahanie.com for more information!
Sep-18Cascade Ridge Elementary PTSASammamishCascade Ridge Elementary needs YOU to help to make our Coyote Color Run a success! Our biggest fundraiser of the year is happening on Thursday, September 28 from 4:30-6:30pm. We currently need Color Sprayers and people to help run various games and activities at the event. Come join the fun!1 afternoon/eveningStephanieMiddletonVP Volunteers - Cascade Ridge Elementary PTSA773-459-7161stephwamsley@gmail.comEmail30http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080d4fa5ab23a1f49-cascade
Sep-12Issaquah Schools Foundation Artistic SupportBellevuehttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a49aea72ba13-volunteers1Varied: set-up and clean up for art teachers, lunch set-up help, photographer.Please sign up on our sign-up genius link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a49aea72ba13-volunteers1One day event; time slots are 2-4 hours. Please see the sign-up genius link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a49aea72ba13-volunteers1RobinReentsAssistant Program Coordinator206-660-6877robinreents@hotmail.comEmailmany!Please be on time and responsible. If you have any questions or things come up....just let us know! Thank you.
Sep-5Newcastle Chamber of CommerceNewcastlehttp://newcastle-chamber.org/Help staff the Chamber Ice Cream Cart (proceeds used towards Newcastle Diamond Awards). May also support the City of Newcastle staff as volunteers.noneany amount of time between 11am and 7pm on Saturday, September 9thAmyGeorgeTreasurer, Chamber Board206-790-6106georgeajp@gmail.comEmailup to 16Sign up online by visiting SignUp.com (http://signup.com/go/phiRCzt) or by emailing Chamber Executive Director Randy Ohlendorf at newcastlechamberexec@gmail.com. (NOTE: All contact info is kept private.) For more information about Newcastle Days, visit the City of Newcastle website.
Aug-16HovosSpainhttps://www.hovos.comCare for AnimalsMarkWiersmaNo Preference20
Jun-9Camp FireIssaquah www.campfireseattle.orgEach year Camp Fire offers a day camp at Hans Jensen Youth Area at Lake Sammamish State Park. The dates for camp this year are July 17th-21st. We are looking for teens who are going into the 9th grade or older, to work as Teen Counselors. This is a great volunteer opportunity and they would receive 30 hours of volunteer time during day camp week. Along with the hours for day camp, they would also receive 10 hours of training time. Our first training session is July 13th at the Bellevue Library. If you have teens who would be interested in this opportunity, they can register for day camp and sign up for training Must be going into the 9th grade or older. CPR & First Aid Certification is a plus.Week of July 17th - 21st from 9:00am - 4:00pm. Offsite training on July 13th, 4:30-8:00pm at the Bellevue Library and onsite training July 16th, 11:00am - 5:00pm at Hans Jensen Youth Area, Lake Sammamish State Park.ChristaOstremAssistant Site Director206-920-7070irisheyes49@msn.comEmail50Contact Christa at irisheyes49@msn.com with any questions. To register, go to https://campfireseattle.org/camp-fire-day-camps/our-day-camps/hans-jensen/
Jun-9Issaquah Schools FoundationIssaquahisfdn.orgMonitor and help kids enjoy the Pacific Science Center 'Blood and Guts' Exhibit that will be on site at the Tools4School Event at Eastridge Church, Aug 26th, 10am-3pmVolunteers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult1 dayLisaHaynesExecutive Assistant425-391-8557lisa@isfdn.orgEmail20Register online at http://isfdn.org/tools-for-school-volunteer/
Jun-7Crohn's and Colitis FoundationSeattlehttps://signup.com/client/invitation/6775657374/1880430/false#!1880430/false/falsePlease see portal for descriptions of all volunteer responsibilitieshttps://signup.com/client/invitation/6775657374/1880430/false#!1880430/false/false1 dayAmber OwenFoundation Planning Committee Member425-443-1990amberowen95@gmail.comNo PreferenceVariesThe walk will take place on June 11. Check-in begins at 2 pm, and the walk begins at 3:30 pm. Thank you for volunteering with us, we appreciate it so much!
Jun-7Wilderness Awareness SchoolDuvallhttps://www.wildernessawareness.org/Learn tools for mentoring youth, expand your knowledge of the natural world, and play in the great outdoors! At Wilderness Awareness School's Summer Camps, creative play and exploration are the doorway to learning about edible plants, wildlife tracking, bird language, survival skills and more!1 week or several weeksKyleKochOutreach Specialist425-788-1301Phone
Jun-7Rock 'n' Roll Seattle Race Crew 2017Seattlehttp://www.runrocknroll.com/seattle/the-weekend/volunteer/Race Crew volunteers assist with nearly every aspect of the event, including the Health & Fitness Expo, 5k, Start Line, Finish Line, and the Water Stations along the course. Click the blue “Race Crew” buttons to sign up online as a Race Crew Volunteer. *HAVE A GROUP INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING? Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at Seattle@RNRRaceCrew.com*varies800-311-12556822Seattle@RNRRaceCrew.comEmailMany
Jun-7Bellevue Arts MuseumBellevuehttps://www.bellevuearts.ort/artsfairAssisting, greeting, stocking food and coffee, answer questions, helping with creating crafts, covering artist breaks, storage monitor.Must commit to being on time.3 or 4 days depending on volunteer positionNo Preference15See https://www.bellevuearts.org/artsfair
Jun-7Outdoors for All FoundationSeattlehttps://outdoorsforall.org/Varies16 and upFlexibleRebeccaLanghamDevelopment Manager206-838-6030 208RebeccaLangham@outdoorsforall.orgEmailVaries
May-31Issaquah Little League BaseballIssaquahwww.issaquahlittleleague.orgsee http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0548acac23a0f85-2017 for more information. Singer will be for the National Anthem 3-5 times. Broadcaster for Game Announcements. 5 total games. Responsible and Goal Driven Individuals1 day, hours vary depending on commitmentsJayClarkTournament Director206-255-3032jay@theclarkcrew.comEmail4-20Please contact me for the Singer and Broadcaster Positions. Sign up for any other positions on Signup Genius.
May-19Stone Soup TheatreSeattlewww.stonesouptheatre.orgDuties include assisting Teaching Artists in the creation of live theatre pieces; supervising, guiding and encouraging young performers; organizing scripts and attendance sheets; and the coordination of props and costumes. Interns will gain first hand experience in bringing a script from page to stage with young performers including observing and collaborating with experienced teaching artists and leading games and exercises while also gaining classroom/rehearsal management skills.Interns must be available to work for an entire week’s camp. Interns must be able to work 8:30am-3pm weekdays. Interns must have access to reliable transportation to camp sites. Interns must complete each camp they are assigned to in order to fulfill the internship requirements. All Interns must pass a background check, as required by the state of Washington. Interns must attend training which will be scheduled the week before classes start1 Week- Must commit to one entire camp week.MichelleConklinEducation Director206.388.9212education@stonesouptheatre.orgEmailPlease send an email with your information to Michelle Conklin, Education Director to education@stonesouptheatre.org. Send a resume if you have one
May-19Bellevue Arts MuseumBellevuehttps://www.bellevuearts.org/Works with artists, patrons and staff on aspects14 years or olderMin 3 hoursElizabethLovecraftPrograms, Events & Volunteer Coordinator425-519-0757elizabethl@bellevuearts.orgEmail250Fill out an online application. Once your application is processed you will receive an email with instructions on how to sign up for shifts. Online application: https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?ap=1791860112
Feb-25Coal Creek Family YMCANewcastlehttp://www.seattleymca.org/locations/coal-creek-family-ymcaErinFitzGeraldAsst. Director of Family Recreation425-282-15003301efitzgerald@seattleymca.orgEmail30Please email me to sign up.
Feb-25Coal Creek Family YMCANewcastlehttp://www.seattleymca.org/locations/coal-creek-family-ymcaErinFitzGeraldAsst. Director of Family Recreation425-282-15003301efitzgerald@seattleymca.orgEmail5Please email me to sign up.
Feb-25Coal Creek Family YMCANewcastlehttp://www.seattleymca.org/locations/coal-creek-family-ymcaErinFitzGeraldAsst. Director of Family Recreation425-282-15003301efitzgerald@seattleymca.orgEmail30Please email me to sign up!
Jan-3Coal Creek Family YMCANewcastle, WAcoalcreekymca.orgErinFitzGeraldAssistant Director of Family Recreation425-282-15003508efitzgerald@seattleymca.orgEmail5+Please email Erin at efitzgerald@seattleymca.org to sign up for this opportunity.
Nov-27Bellevue LifeSpring Bellevue http://www.bellevuelifespring.org/Assist in pricing and sorting the merchandise that comes through the thrift shop, Organize and arrange the teen section of the storenoneflexible based on volunteers schedules MaggieVergien Thrift Shop Manager(425) 454-6424maggie@bellevuelifespring.orgEmail10Contact Maggie for information
Nov-23University House IssaquahIssaquahhttps://www.eraliving.com/communities/issaquah/AveriRobinsonLife Enrichment Assistant425-557-42005516averi.robinson@eraliving.comPhone5-6If you or your friends are interested, give me a call, or email me. I will give you the information and all the details. We need at least 4 students for each class, so tell your friends!
Nov-17Downtown Issaquah AssociationIssaquahwww.downtownissaquah.comBrendaDeVoreCultural Events Director425-391-1112brendadevoredia@gmail.comEmail30Contact Brenda DeVore for questions at: 425-391-1112. Meet at the historic Shell Station at 9am on Saturday, November 19th. Volunteer for 1-3 hours.
Oct-27Best VolunteerBellevueJaneSmithPresident445.555.1212123joytowork@gmail.comEmail5Please email me at the address provided. There will be a training session every Tuesday from 3:00 - 5:00. Snacks will be provided.