Volunteering

Thanks for your interest in volunteering for our community! Here's a selection of opportunities located here in Issaquah.

  1. Human services
  2. Serving youth
  3. Community organizations
  4. City programs 

Crisis Connections

  • Serve as a phone worker, companion mentor or on the Board of Trustees. 

DAWN – Domestic Abuse Women’s Network

  • Work as a court watch volunteer, or provide services such as childcare, community outreach, handyman, receptionist, cleaning, shopper, etc.

Eastside Friends of Seniors

  • Provide transportation, shopping for errands, house chores and friendly visits.

Eastside Legal Assistance Program

  • Opportunities are available for attorneys, as well as the general public.

Friends of Youth

  • Provide tutoring, meal donations, shelter support, help with the foster care program, etc.

Hopelink

  • Deliver food to home-bound clients, help with the annual Turkey Trot event and more.

Imagine Housing

  • Assist with basic needs deliveries, community dinners, holiday gift programs, Community Board, advocacy, etc.

Issaquah Community Services

  • Assist residents with emergency assistance, become a board member or committee member, help with grant writing, marketing, fundraising, community outreach, website and more.   

Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank

  • Sort foods and donations, package bulk foods, clean, assist clients, hang clothing, and deliver grocery orders for families/clients.

Issaquah Meals Program

  • Prepare and serve meals at Issaquah Community Hall.

Lifewire

  • Serve as an ambassador for the movement to end domestic violence.

Sound Generations

  • Serve as a Meals on Wheels driver, etc.

Tavon Center

  • Help adults with disabilities participate in post-high school learning and thrive in inclusive communities.

The Sophia Way

  • Serve as a van driver, provide meals to shelters, etc.  

YWCA Seattle / King / Snohomish

  • Assist with ongoing tasks, one-time events and group projects.