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Find A Volunteer Center

Find A Volunteer Center

If you're looking for volunteer opportunities, or are an organization seeking volunteers, click your county on the map to consult your local volunteer centers.  Volunteer centers match people to programs and events, typically with online databases. The centers also help train in volunteer management and other aspects of non-profit administration.

Select a County:

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Click a County to find a center near you.

Learn about Youth Volunteering

Learn about Youth Volunteering

Young people wondering where and how to volunteer and organizations – schools or nonprofits –wanting to work more effectively with youth volunteers, should check out our tips and programs. 

Volunteer Management Training Resources

Volunteer Management Training Resources

 You can access free online training modules in volunteer management and advocacy and download useful sample documents on our Volunteer Management Resources pages.    

Get Current

VCW will be at the Inland Northwest Conference for the Greater Good in Spokane Thursday, October 22, 2015, 8:00-4:00pm.  We'll give one of 15 workshops on topics ranging from volunteer management to communications, compliance, fundraising, and board development, joining Wayfind, the Spokane County United Way, and the Washington Secretary of State.

Washington Serves Plan

Whether you volunteer or manage volunteers, you benefit from state-wide support.  The Washington Serves Plan dispels myths about volunteering (it’s not free!) and presents a compelling vision for volunteerism.  Co-written by the Volunteer Centers of Washington and 501Commons, the plan addresses volunteer issues, identifies strategies for investment in volunteer infrastructure, and presents a comprehensive course of action towards a more sustainable volunteerism in Washington.