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Looking for a way to give back to your community? Many volunteer opportunities are available through the United Way of Clallam County and the agencies, nonprofits and community groups we partner with.






Volunteer as a Staff Team

Let United Way tailor a volunteer experience for you and your staff. We will consider your company's size and strengths, employee interests and engagement, and work with you to build the most meaningful volunteering opportunity possible. We work with our 23 partner agencies to find out exactly where volunteers are most needed and what will make the largest impact.

Youth United

United Way of Clallam County in partnership with the Port Angeles School District, Sequim School District, Crescent School District, Key Club, and other nonprofits an opportunity for high school students to letter in service. More details can be found here.




Types of Volunteer Roles

Volunteers are needed for event assistance, tasks in our office and as committee members. There are also other volunteer opportunities throughout the year, such as the “Days of Caring” when volunteers work with the United Way’s partner agencies, nonprofit organizations, and community groups to complete large-scale projects. The United Way of Clallam County and its partner agencies offer many other ongoing and meaningful volunteer opportunities. Make sure to check out all of the ongoing opportunities below and if you are interested in helping us directly, contact us at info@unitedwayclallam.org.

Helping Others Helps You Too

Gaining a sense of purpose and self-confidence is just the beginning of the benefits that come from volunteering. It can be easy to get caught up in the stress of work, school, and home in this fast-paced world. Volunteering helps bring balance into our busy lives by allowing time to be more focused on others. It’s also a great way to gain new skills, meet like-minded people and form new relationships. All of our volunteer opportunities offer an excellent chance for youth and adults of all ages to give back to our community and improve quality of life for our neighbors in Clallam County.



Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

If you have a volunteer opportunity you would like added to our list, please contact info@unitedwayclallam.org.

Contact: Janet Gray at (360) 683-8095 or Ashley Woolsey at (360) 417-2831

Visit: https://www.bgc-op.org/volunteer

Contact: info@portangeles.org | (360) 452-2364

Visit: https://www.portangeles.org

Takes place in August.

Contact Fair Manager, Shari Loffrida: (360) 565-2610

Visit: https://www.clallamcountywa.gov/399/Fairgrounds

Contact: Lara Radke, Executive Director: 360-797-3602 | lradke.mosaic@gmail.com

Visit: https://www.clallammosaic.org/volunteer/

Contact: Tamara Galvan at tamara@feiromarinelifecenter.org | (360) 417-6254

Visit: https://feiromarinelifecenter.org/volunteer/

Help Habitat Clallam build a stronger local community. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities including:
  • Site Construction
  • Retail Store
  • Special Events
  • Administrative Projects
Contact Habitat Clallam at info@habitatclallam.org | (360) 417-7543

Visit: https://habitatclallam.volunteerhub.com/vv2/

We work to empower voters by providing non-partisan information on voting and voter registration. We organize public candidate forums and also inform our community about current issues and how to be participating citizens.

For current volunteer opportunities, contact us at info@lwvcla.org

More information: https://lwvcla.clubexpress.com

Contact: Shaina Rajala at volunteer@nols.org | (360) 417-8500 x7710

Visit: https://www.nols.org/volunteers/

Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby – April/May
Festival of Trees – November
Contact: (360) 417-7144

Visit: https://www.omhf.org/events

Contact: Justine Parr at (360) 457-820 Ext. 0

Visit: https://www.ophumanesociety.org/volunteering-us

Contact: Allegra Pomeroy at info@olympicpeninsula.org | (360) 452-8552

Visit: https://olympicpeninsula.org

Play Care Program Aide, Wellness Center Monitor, Janitorial Aide, Live Y-Ers Aide, Ofiice Administrative Aide, Membership Services Representative, Youth Program Aide, Youth Sports Program Aide, Building Futures, Summer Meals & Literacy.

Contact: (360) 452-9244

Visit: https://www.olympicpeninsulaymca.org/ymcavolunteer

The 135-mile multi-use Olympic Discovery Trail trail is divided into manageable sections which are maintained by volunteers. These teams are the ones who keep our trail looking so wonderful; mowing, leaf blowing, signs, maps, and kiosk information updates, invasive weed pulling, picking up litter, etc. You can also volunteer to attend or lead additional trail work parties, help at an annual fundraiser or join a committee! We couldn’t have built a single mile of the amazing Olympic Discovery Trail without our wonderful volunteers. Consider being one of them! Visit: https://olympicdiscoverytrail.org/get-involved/volunteer/

Contact: Robin Trent, Administrative Specialist at (360) 452-8568

Visit: www.portangelesfoodbank.org

Contact: Aubry Bright, Senior Center Manager at abright@cityofpa.us | (360) 417-4554

Visit: http://portangelesseniorcenter.com

Contact: Cora Krueger at (360) 452-9011

Contact: Alex Rider, Senior Manager of Volunteers at volunteer@sowa.org | (425) 281-1769

Visit: https://specialolympicswashington.org/volunteer/

Volunteer drivers, yard care help, volunteers who want to be a phone buddy to reach out weekly to those community members who are stuck at home and alone, household repair projects, ramp building and more.

Contact: Cari Breese at cbreese@ccsww.org | (888) 415-4267

Contact: Astrid Raffinpeyloz, Volunteer Services Manager, Community Outreach Committee Co-Chair

(360) 452-1511 | vsm@vhocc.org

Visit: https://vhocc.org

Day of Caring and Day of Action

Contact: (360) 457-3011