For more information, call the Volunteer Center at 360-741-2622. When calling, refer to the number at the end of the job description. An expanded list of volunteer opportunities is available at www.volunteer.ws.
Garden office helper: Lend your computer expertise and clerical talent to a local organic gardening charity. (36362)
middle school Mentor: Involve yourself in an after-school program for youths. Share hobbies and do projects. (47993)
Puppies and kitteNs: Help comfort animals waiting for homes. Grooming, walking, and feeding are some of the jobs available. (36305)
Never miss a local story.
be an example: Assist a teacher in a life skills class by participating in class activities and helping students. (36344)
Lead small groups: Organize and lead small groups at local schools. Arts and crafts, games and computers are among the activities. (36444)
INFORMATION DESK WORKER: Work at an information desk at a medical clinic. Answer phones, deliver lab material, and do other tasks. Must be 18. (36475)
Legal screener: Help interview prospective clients for a local, nonprofit legal service. Assist lawyers in screening qualifying clients. (47250)
geological buff: Be a steward at a local geological phenomena and help explain the unexplainable. Information and training provided. (262009)
EVENTS with wolves: Help at local events at a wildlife refuge. Participate in activities and provide information about wolves. (36787)
wolf educator: Guide tours at a wolf sanctuary. (48205)
ADDITIONAL VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Assured Home Health & Hospice is offering free hospice volunteer and comfort therapist training. Volunteers offer respite to family members and support and companionship to hospice patients. The training will be from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. June 3, 10 and 17. Space is limited. To register, call 360-236-9204.
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is looking for volunteer help in soliciting donations for its new and used building supply store. For more information, call Alex at 360-753-1575 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The North Olympia Fire Department has established a Fire Corps program and is seeking volunteers to help create Web sites, maintain vehicles, promote life-safety education or work with teen fire cadets. For more information, call RuthAnn Price at 360-705-0234 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Providence St. Peter Hospital needs a volunteer to share their writing and computer skills to create a site for its new gift shop online ordering service. For more information, call 360-493-4706.