Ever notice that one house on that block with the overgrown yard?
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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27 people are interested
Often there's a story! This yard might be out of control because the individual who lives there has physical limitations that mean they cannot take care of it on their own. They might not have family or friends to call on, or money to pay someone. They could use a nice volunteer like yourself to come out and help them with yard work. This could be weed eating, raking, mowing the lawn, and a variety of other services. Make their home look just as nice as the rest of the homes on the block. Gather your family, a small group, or even do whatever you can alone! Help these seniors take pride in the appearance of their home.
Volunteer Services assists low-income older adults 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.
Time and location are very flexible; you can volunteer in your own neighborhood at on days that work for you, at times and frequency that fit your schedule. You are provided with an orientation and ongoing staff support.
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.
We'll work with your schedule.
Confidential LocationFederal Way, WA 98003
- Relationship Building
- Home Repair
- People 55+
- Background Check
- 1x a week to 1x a month- up to the volunteer