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Community Service
 

Local Elementary Schools :
Always a need for volunteers to help with after school Math Club, Chess Club, Tutoring, Reading. Contacting one of your former teachers is a good starting point.

Local Elementary PTA's :
Volunteers needed for BBQ's, Science Fairs, Carnivals, Open Houses etc. Call school office to get the name of the local elementary PTA president.

United Way of King County
Countless volunteer opportunities listed from all over King County.  Will provide lists according to interests and location.  www.uwkc.org/volunteer

Homeward Pet Adoption :
Volunteers to help care for animals. Ages 13-15 must be accompanied by an adult. Call 425-488-4444 to volunteer.  www.hootervillesafehaus.org

Humane Society
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Call 1-425-641-0080 for an information packet on how to volunteer.  Must be 14 years old to volunteer.
www.seattlehumane.org

Eastside Baby Corner:
Located in Issaquah.  They need volunteers to help receive and store incoming donations, fill clothes orders, sort clothes to be put in bins. Volunteer hours: Monday 7-8:30pm, Thursday 9-11am, Saturday 9-11am. Call 425-865-0234 to volunteer. www.babycorner.org

Hopelink:
Located next to Bothell Library. Volunteers needed for a wide variety of things. May have an age requirement. Volunteer at 425-485-6521 www.hope-link.org

City of Woodinville :
Volunteers always needed for events and projects happening in Woodinville, especially the Woodinville Lights Festival in December.  Call John Markuson, Volunteer Coordinator 425-498-2700 x-298 www.ci.woodinville.wa.us/

Northshore Senior Center:
Call Mimi at 425-486-4564, they have special events you can help with.  Go alone or with a group of friends and donate your time to the Senior Center. www.northshoreseniorcenter.org

American Red Cross:            
Red Cross volunteers provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.  Call 206-323-6565 ext 10211 or visit www.seattleredcross.org.

Boys & Girls Club - (Kirkland):
To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Volunteer Coordinator - Zach Wenman 425-827-0132
www.onepositiveplace.org/volunteer (minimum age- 13)

Northshore Family Center (Bothell):
Provides a safe and fun place where families and individuals can access diverse resources, learning opportunities and make community connections in North King and South Snohomish counties. Volunteer Coordinator - Aria Davis 425-408-7990