FIND YOUR PASSION. FIND YOUR PLACE.
According to research, volunteers live longer, healthier, happier lives. We all have skills and interests we can bring to our community through volunteerism. We can gain new skills, new contacts and new friends through volunteering. The United Way encourages all community members to volunteer. Here are a few suggestions
- Volunteer as a family
- Volunteer to read at an elementary school or at a child care center.
- Volunteer to build homes with Habitat for Humanity
- Volunteer at a Senior Center or our hospitals.
- Volunteer as a Girl Scout, Campfire or Boy Scout leader
- Volunteer to serve on a nonprofit board
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.
GIVE AN HOUR. GIVE A DAY. GIVE YOUR BEST.
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ONGOING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
Contact Person: Janet Gray at (360) 683-8095 or Ashley Woolsey at (360) 417-2831
Please contact Tresa Stuber, Community Access Coordinator at (360) 460-2060
Contact Person: Elisia Fernandez or Nita Lynn at (360) 457-8355
Friday School Food Bank Project*
Contact Person: Jennifer Sperline at (360) 565-3703
Habitat for Humanity Clallam County is offering Retail Internships at both Habitat Store locations (Port Angeles & Sequim). Interested students should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – Our Affiliate has also hosted an Internship program – giving High School students the opportunity to help with special events, daily operations and learn how a nonprofit works and what Habitat does to serve our community.
In addition, we are building new homes in Port Angeles – students 16 & 17 years old can volunteer on the build site WITH a parent permission form signed and submitted to Habitat – we worked with the PAHS Key Club and they did landscape for one of our newly built homes. We cannot have students younger than 16 on the build site.
In Sequim we engage youth for our Rally in the Alley (RITA) neighborhood clean-ups – Troop #90 has participated in every RITA – there have been more than 10 over the years. In addition, Sequim HS Interact Club also participates – with RITA there is no age restriction for RITA these events are scheduled in partnership with the City of Sequim – we typically host 3 or 4 per calendar year on a Saturday morning 9:30 – 11:30 am.
Kiwanis Kids Fest*
KONP Home Show*
Contact Person: Mary Givins, Youth Services Librarian at MGivins@nols.org or (360) 417-8500 x7734
Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby – August 23rd
Festival of Trees – November 27th
Contact Person: Justine Parr at (360) 457-820 Ext. 0
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 at (360) 452-9244
Contact Person: Robin Trent, Administrative Specialist at (360) 452-8568
Port Angeles Visitors Center*
Project Homeless Connect*
Contact Person: Cora Krueger (360) 452-9011
Contact Person: Alex Rider, Senior Manager of Volunteers at email@example.com (425) 281-1769
Volunteer Chore Services
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 Person: Teri Wensits, VS Program Coordinator at (360) 417-5640
Clallam County Fair*
United Way of Clallam County*
Day of Caring and Day of Action - (360) 457-3011
Olympic Peninsula Visitors Bureau*
*Volunteer opportunities might be limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.