Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center
The Seattle area is a very diverse community with many different cultures and languages. The goal of the Red Cross Language Bank is to break down language barriers by providing free translation and interpretation to limited and non-English speakers. The Language Bank provides in person and over the phone interpretation as well as writing translations.
The Red Cross is able to fulfill its humanitarian mission and provide our services at no charge thanks to the generosity of donors. Our partnerships with the community, individuals, corporations, and others help provide us with the resources we need to ensure that we can respond to help those in need. If you are an
Seattle Urban Squash is a small Seattle nonprofit dedicated to helping underprivileged students achieve success through tutoring and sports. We are in desperate need of a driver to pick students up from school on Fridays. We will provide the car. Though it may not sound like much, this is an opportunity to make an enormous difference
For 10 weeks each summer, Bike & Build operates regional and cross-country cycling trips for young adults to benefit affordable housing orgs like Habitat for Humanity, Rebuilding Together, and a range of small nonprofits. When we aren’t pedaling, we stop to volunteer on build sites. Our riders then grant the funds they raise to these same
Interested? Both students and experienced professionals needed. Please read NGOabroad website http://www.ngoabroad.com/ and send answered Questionnaire and resume to: info@NGOabroad.com These are volunteer opportunities. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. This is sneak preview for 2015 for those that want to apply early & save on airfare Check out the Volunteer Abroad Opportunities below:
Help restore Interlaken Park’s natural area forest through invasive plant removal, mulching and tree planting. Position title: Neighborhwoods 2014 Forest Restoration Project Name of organization:Friends of Interlaken Park Website:www.greenseattle.org Time commitment: 4 hours Skill requirements: Require group of up to 25 volunteer’s majoring in Sustainable Landscapes…, Gardening…Urban Ecology, and or no experience require just your desire working a few
Conservation Northwest is seeking a Special Events Intern (Based in Seattle) Special events are an integral part of fundraising for most non-profit organizations, and Conservation Northwest would like to extend the opportunity to be a part of bringing together our annual Hope for a Wild Future auction, which will be held on April 1st in
Friends of Interlaken – Boren Park is seeking up to 38 volunteer’s specializIng in Sustainable Landscapes, Gardening, Urban Forest Riparian Restoration – Ecology. Time commitment: five hours Skill requirements: habitat restoration, carpentry, fence building, trail maintenance, gardening, planting, able to lift, push, pull, work on uneven terrain, dry and or wetland conditions Start/End date: September 27, 2014 Location: 21st Ave.
The Fiddlehead Forest School is a nature-based preschool at the UW Botanic Gardens. In September 2013 we opened to our first two classes of preschoolers. Our program is rooted in nature and exists almost entirely outdoors at the Washington Park Arboretum, our 230-acre classroom comprised of forests, wetlands and meadows. Our goal is to support
The Cedar River Salmon Journey (CRSJ) provides opportunities for over 10,000 annual visitors to learn about Cedar River salmon, watershed health, and the everyday actions we can all take to help salmon thrive. Volunteer naturalists provide interpretative programs at salmon viewing locations along the Cedar River in October, as well as at other locations throughoutNext Page »