Find A Volunteer Center

Find A Volunteer Center

Click your county on the map to find volunteer opportunities or volunteers. Volunteer centers match people to programs and events, typically with online databases. The centers also offer other assistance in volunteer management.

Select a County:

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Click a County to find a center near you.

Learn about Youth Volunteering

Learn about Youth Volunteering

Check out our tips and programs if you are under 18 or an organization or school on working with youth volunteers. 

Volunteer Management Training Resources

Volunteer Management Training Resources

Access free online training modules and document templates.   

Get Current

 Applications are due to me by Friday, April 22, for a scholarship to assist one volunteer and/or young professional (preferably with less than three years of experience) in the field of volunteer management from Washington to attend the National Conference on Volunteering and Service, being held in Detroit, Michigan June 27-2. The recipient can choose to have the scholarship cover either:

·         The cost of a flight to the conference 

·         The cost of registration and lodging for NCVS

Click here for the application.

About Sara: Sara was the senior manager at both the Volunteer Centesr at the United Waysof Snohomish County  and Thurston County. She had previously served as the associate director of the Volunteer Centers of Michigan in Lansing, and helped found the Volunteer Centers of Washington and Washington Nonprofits. Sara was 36 years old when she passed away in Olympia, WA in March of 2011 after suffering a pulmonary embolism.  This Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Sara for young individuals to be educated to continue the work she so deeply believed in, that of volunteerism.

Washington Serves Plan

With our partner, 501Commons,we are also starting the process to update the Washington Serves plan, which addresses volunteer issues, identifies strategies for investment in volunteer infrastructure, and presents a comprehensive course of action towards a more sustainable volunteerism in Washington.