Ease a Burden:Help a Georgetown Man Get to the Store

Save to Favorites

Volunteer Services

A man with a spinal injury living in Georgetown currently must walk 5 painful blocks to the bus to go to the grocery store. He can get very few items when he goes to the store because he must use a walker. Can you give a few hours a month to ease the burden of this man and give him a ride to the store? You would make all the difference in his life!

Volunteer Chore Service, a program of Catholic Community Services, assists low-income elders and persons living with disabilities. Volunteers can provide assistance with light housecleaning, transportation, grocery shopping, home repair and yard care. With a little help from volunteers, clients can continue to live independently in their homes.

Due to the vulnerable population we serve, volunteers must complete an application form, pass a Washington State Patrol check and attend an orientation

For more information about this opportunity or others, Please select the "I Want to Help" button. An email will be sent to you with additional information regarding our program and the application forms.

106 More opportunities with Volunteer Services

11 Reviews


We'll work with your schedule.


Client's HomeSeattle, WA 98108



  • Problem Solving
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building


  • People 55+



Report this opportunity