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There are a wide variety of volunteer opportunities at LCS offices throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

Click on an office location below to view the opportunites near you. For more information on volunteer needs in your area, contact the LCS office nearest you.

North Puget Sound - Seattle, WA Portland - Portland, OR
Village at Angle Lake - SeaTac, WA Washington County - Beaverton, OR
Inland Northwest - Spokane, WA Yamhill County - McMinnville, OR
Bremerton/Kitsap County - Bremerton, WA Clatsop County - Astoria, OR
Olympic Penninsula - Port Angeles WA Crook County - Prineville, OR
South Puget Sound - Tacoma, WA Klamath Basin - Klamath Falls, OR
Columbia Basin - Kennewick, WA Southern Idaho - Boise, ID
Vancouver - Vancouver, WA    
Volunteer Opportunities for North Puget Sound Office - Seattle/Everett, WA
Lake Stevens Family Center
Event Volunteers
Lake Stevens Family Center provides a wide variety of services for the extended Lake Stevens community. During the year, events such as Back to School Fair, Holiday Giving, Halloween, Valentines Day and many more occur. Volunteers are needed for a variety of tasks for these events including in center outreach and outreach at satellite locations.  For more information, please contact Peggy Ray, 425-397-7433.
Permanency Planning Foster-Adopt Program
Foster Parents
Foster-adopt families are a source of stability, safety and love for children 0-17 who have experienced abuse or neglect and are at high risk of moving between multiple foster homes. Families care for children until they can be safely reunified with birth parents, or adopt the children in their care if reunification isn't possible. Must live in King or Snohomish County, be at least 21 y.o. and complete foster care and adoption licensing process. For more information, please contact n/a, 206-694-5713.
Refuee and Asylum Services
Youth Program Support Volunteer
Learn about new cultures and gain youth programming experience as a volunteer for our Successful Futures Program! Work with lead teacher to provide one:one and small group support to students with low English levels. Must attend one session per week through 6/8/17 (Wed. 2:30-4:30 with MS students or Thurs 2-4 with HS students) at our SeaTac office. Training provided. For more information, please contact Amy, n/a.
Refugee & Immigrant Children's Program
Foster Parents
Foster families welcome refugee teens who have been forced to flee their home countries and are in need of loving adults to care for them in the Pacific NW. Families help teens in their care to heal, grow, and reach their goals--graduating from high school, beginning college, vocational school or work, and finding a sense of home in their new community. Must reside in King or Snohomish County, be at least 21 y.o., and complete foster care licensing process. For more information, please contact n/a, 206-694-5780.
Refugee and Asylum Services
Administrative Support
We are seeking filing support for our Administrative offices in SeaTac. We ask for four hours per week for six months. In your reply, please include relevant work/volunteer experience, education, and tell us if you are fluent in more than one language. For more information, please contact Refugee and Asylum Services, n/a.
Basic Needs Campaign
Run a campaign to collect basic needs for refugees and asylum seekers. Clothing gift cards, emergency food bags, food gift cards, and hygiene items are always needed. In your reply, please include relevant work/volunteer experience, education, and tell us if you are fluent in more than one language. For more information, please contact Refugee and Asylum Services, n/a.
Connection Desk
We are seeking bilingual volunteers for our Connection Desk in SeaTac which provides in-depth resource and referral assistance. This is a one day per week, one year commitment. Training is provided. In your reply, please include relevant work/volunteer experience, education, and the languages you speak fluently. For more information, please contact Refugee and Asylum Services, n/a.
Family Resource Support
We need assistance in our SeaTac office to answer phones and to help walk-in clients with resource and referral. We ask for 4 hours per week with a six month commitment. In your response, please include relevant work/volunteer experience, education, and whether you are fluent in more than one language. For more information, please contact Refugee & Asylum Services, n/a.
Refugee Youth Tutors
Help a refugee youth with their homework and educational studies. May be paired with a youth anywhere from Tacoma to Everett, Commitment is 1-2 hours per week for a year. Must be at least 21 years old. For more information, please contact May Saetern, 206-694-5734.
Volunteer Navigator
Our asylum seekers and recently granted asylees need assistance connecting with services and programs (job search, ESL classes, food banks, etc.). We ask for a one day a week commitment for one year. Half-day training provided. In your response, please include relevant/work experience, education, and tell us if you are fluent in more than one language. For more information, please contact Refugee and Asylum Services, n/a.