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Last year, 4,034 volunteers donated 63,037 hours to help people our community. Please join us!
Hopelink volunteers have the opportunity to assist in the following programs. Most volunteer opportunities occur Monday-Friday during regular business hours.
Adult Education volunteers serve in a variety of roles in our English for a Work and GED/High School 21+ programs.
In English for Work, students develop speaking, listening, reading, writing, and technology skills while learning to explore careers, identify their strengths, write a resume, search for jobs, and do job interviews. Volunteers serve as classroom assistants, one-on-one advisers/mentors, and mock interviewers.
In GED/High School 21+, students develop their reading, writing, math, and technology skills to pass the four GED exams or to earn credits that apply toward a high school diploma. Volunteers serve primarily as math tutors and career advocates to help students reach their goals.
Sort donations, hang clothes, maintain display racks and keep area organized.
This position works out of the Carnation/Sno-Valley Hopelink Center.
Pick up food from grocery stores weekday mornings and deliver to food banks.
Refer callers, greet walk-in guests, type, and computer data-entry.
Strong individuals who possess the ability to move heavy cases and crates of food are always needed.
Deliver food to home-bound clients.
Help make sure our clients are receiving and eating healthy and nutritious food by:
Get people in King County moving! We empower people to change their lives by facilitating access to the community. Come teach, learn, and experience what mobility means to the folks in your neighborhood.
Assist Hopelink in our Fundraising and Community events: