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Solid Ground

RSVP

Are you 55 or older? The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Solid Ground is a national service program that makes volunteering easy and rewarding by finding volunteer positions for those 55 years and older. We partner with over 60 public and nonprofit organizations in need of volunteers and can help find the right opportunity for you!

In Seattle alone, roughly 33,000 adults lack a high school diploma or GED and 56,000 residents have limited English proficiency, both critical barriers to success. Volunteer to teach or assist with:

  • Adult Basic Education (ABE)
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • GED tutoring

If you want to use your experience and compassion to improve your community, contact RSVP at Solid Ground today!

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About Solid Ground

Location:

1501 N 45TH ST, SEATTLE, WA 98103, US

Mission Statement

Our mission... Solid Ground works to end poverty and undo racism and other oppressions that are root causes of poverty. Our vision... Solid Ground believes our community can move beyond poverty and oppression to a place where all people have access to quality housing, nutritious food, equal justice and opportunities to thrive. Our values... Solid Ground is committed to working with compassion, integrity, accountability, creativity and an anti-oppression approach to end homelessness, hunger, inequality and other barriers to social justice. We value collaboration and leadership from the communities we serve.

Description

Our history...

Solid Ground was founded in 1974 by community leaders and concerned citizens of one of Seattle's then most economically devastated neighborhoods, Fremont. Originally called the Fremont Public Association, our services - emergency food bank, clothing bank, and employment program - reflected the desperate needs and determined response of a mobilized and committed neighborhood.

Solid Ground today...

As the scope and severity of homelessness and poverty have increased over the years, so too have our reach to our greater community and our range of services. Now based in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood, our 30 programs and services help more than 60,000 households each year overcome poverty and build better futures throughout King County and beyond.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Multiple Locations Throughout King CountySeattle, WA 98101

(47.60849,-122.33641)
 

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Adult Education
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Financial Literacy
  • English as a Secondary Language (ESL)

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 55
  • Orientation or Training

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