Lend A Hand In Your Community. King County needs you. Volunteer!
We have hundreds of local outreach opportunities available for groups or individuals. Click here to find an opportunity near you!
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Local Outreach Opportunities
Provide & serve a meal for low-income families
Gather your friends, family, or co-workers and support those in need in your community by providing a healthy, balanced meal for people in need. Imagine Housing is a nonprofit affordable housing provider in East King County. We own 14 affordable housing communities, and serve about 1,400 people per year.Learn More
Support youth from Lake City through One to One Tutoring
Are you looking for a way to serve your community but can’t seem to find the time in your busy schedule? The Youth Tutoring Program offers a meaningful way for you to give back with only a one hour per week minimum commitment!Learn More
Get Top Volunteer Projects In Your Inbox
You’ve been thinking about getting more involved in our community, but you don’t have a ton of time to wade through the tons of Google search results. Sign up for our monthly volunteer skim!
In it you’ll see all our monthly top picks for volunteering. One-time and long-term. Here, there and everywhere in King County. Solo or with family, friends and co-workers. All of them great ways to make an impact on people right in our own community.
Free Tax Prep
Through this volunteer opportunity, you will help families and individuals get their taxes done as well as connect them to saving opportunities and public benefits.
Day of Caring
Day of Caring is THE day to give your time and energy to our area’s nonprofits.
If you are a person of color with a passion for service, this training program can prepare you to become a more powerful community leader as a member of a nonprofit board.
Turn your day off into a day ON! Join thousands of others in volunteer opportunities all across the city in honor of Dr. King.