Volunteer with Community Action

We have dozens of ways to be engaged! From individual to group activities, one-time or ongoing opportunities, donation drives and more, just let us know how YOU want to make a difference. Contact us at 360-588-5731, or check out Community Action’s current priority needs at www.SkagitVolunteerCenter.org. View the current newsletter here.

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Oak Harbor

Needs teens 16 years or older interested in working for us in their nursery. They are looking for two people who would alternate Sundays and work with an adult volunteer from our congregation. The hours are 10:15 am to 12:15 pm on Sundays and would include childcare and cleaning the nursery after the service. Each person would be required to have a background check done by InteliCorp at our expense and attend a SafeGuarding God’s Children class provided by the Church. They are looking into infant CPR and childcare classes for our volunteers and nursery workers. They will pay $12.00 per hour, so $24.00 per Sunday.

They are also in need of an organist/pianist if you know of anyone interested.

American Cancer Society

is in need of volunteer drivers in the Road to Recovery program to help patients get to the lifesaving treatment they need. Volunteer drivers donate their time and resources to take patients to treatment appointments and return them to their homes. They also provide encouragement and support. To become a volunteer driver for the American Cancer Society, all you need is:

  • Safe and reliable vehicle
  • Current valid driver’s license
  • Proof of automobile insurance
  • Good driving record
  • Background check conducted on all volunteers.

Volunteer with 160+ nonprofit partners via the Skagit Volunteer Center

As the community’s volunteer matchmaker, we sponsor the Skagit Volunteer Center as a free service to help youth, churches, businesses, civic groups and others find a way to put their passion into action. Contact us at 360-588-5731, or check out opportunities in all corners of Skagit County at www.SkagitVolunteerCenter.org.

The Friendship House

You can make a difference in your community by volunteering with Friendship House! We believe in the power of people coming together to create positive change in our community.

We value each of our volunteers and want to make sure they are placed in the best positions for their skills and talents. Visit The Friendship House website.

Meals on Wheels Driver

Help deliver meals to seniors in the area. Each route takes approximately 2-3 hours and the schedule is flexible. If you enjoy helping out your community and putting a smile on the face of a senior than give the Skagit Volunteer Center a call at 360-588-5731.