Are you part of a Group that wants to Volunteer? We have projects for you!
Volunteer Services hosts group projects for groups of 8-25 (sometimes more) volunteers.
There are two types of projects we can connect your group with.
1) Senior Housing Building (this can be a one time or ongoing opportunty):
There is a low income housing complex that needs help with daily household chores. Clients are required to keep their homes clean as a part of living there. Many clients have limited mobility issues that don’t allow them to clean easily. Volunteers (in groups of 2-3) will assist with chores ranging from sweeping and mopping floors, vacuuming, cleaning the bathroom (including tubs and toilets), kitchen (fridge, oven, stove, counters, going through cabinets for expired food), dusting living room and dining room, organizing shelves, changing bed linens, laundry, putting things away in storage and de-cluttering.
2) Yard Clean Up:
Volunteer Services helps low income seniors and adults living with disabilities remain living independently in their own homes/apartments. For our clients who live in single family houses, keeping up the yard is often very difficult and can cause problems with the City’s code compliance policies. This project may include, but is not limited to: clearing blackberry bushes, weeding, trimming bushes or trees, raking leaves, and general clean up around the outside of a person’s home in a Central or South Seattle neighborhood.
Please click "I want to Help" for further info.! We usually need at least 2 weeks notice to organize a project for a group.
About Volunteer Services
Catholic Community Services, 100 23rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, US
"See how they love one another." Our mission is to help elders and adults with disabilities remain independent in their own home by providing chore assistance and transportation from volunteers at no cost to the individual.
Volunteer Services is a program of Catholic Community Services. We are a Washington state-wide program, started as a safety net for older adutls and adults with disabilities who do not qualify for state-paid chore assistance and cannot afford to hire assistance.