Seattle Volunteers Needed To Share Home Service Safety Info Locally W/ Homeowners You Know

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Seattle, WA

"It’s not a 'job.’ It’s a 'personal activity’ "

*This Online Opportunity
Requires No Special Equipment

Volunteer Requirements:

1. 18 yrs or over.

2. Seattle Resident.

3. Minimum High School Education.

4. Honorable and caring.

5. Comfortable sharing useful information with homeowners we know.

6. Ability to follow suggested tips for successful performance of this opportunity.


This special opportunity is virtually offered i.e. all you would like to know about how you can help share this useful information is available online. It is about how you can tell neighbors who are Seattle homeowners, even homerenters and home-lessees , about the Washington State Homeowner’s Fast Track To Best Contractors (aka Service Booklet - HGRBS).

This special free booklet contains vital information which household heads can use to keep themselves and dwellings safe from bad home service people working as contractors. Especially, if you know about what happens when neighbors hire the wrong people, chances are that could have been avoid ed . There are tips offered in this 7-page guide which can help our neighbors make the best choices for enlisting services of more trustworthy individuals. You can be a very important part of th is .

There are no time commitments. No paid participants.
We are all volunteers (allies) doing what we can, individually, for others because we believe it is the right thing. This is another way we can show how much we care about helping our neighbors make the safest possible hiring decisions about those offering home services.

*For more details on how you can do something to really help towards homeowners, homerenter s , and home-lessees of Seattle being better informed , please register with Volunteermatch using software option provided.


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300 Lenora St, Seattle, WA 98121, US

Mission Statement

Mission: To Connect with & Support private home decision makers locally, statewide, and nationally through providing adequate online/offline FREE information for establishing successful resident-contractor relations. Simply put, to continually provide quality FREE information to residents towards making safer and wiser decisions hiring building trades personnel (such as contractors)


HGRBS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit of independent volunteers. It functions as an exclusive consumer information service. Exclusive emphasis is on supporting the rights and privileges of American private home decision makers in resident-contractor relations.

Specific values are towards residents making safer and wiser decisions, thereby, accruing better, most comparable results.

Demographic Focus: Private residential settings of detached single-family, duplex, and triplex structures, including similarly structured dwellings of townships, mansions, and estates.

Specific Concerns: Home maintenance and improvement in resident-contractor relations.

*Consistent with the HGRBS "Free Service Policy," the nonprofit offers and delivers primarily online [yet also in real-time] free information, advice, consultation, and support specifically related to matters of private home maintenance and improvement locally, statewide, and nationally in the United States. This is its irrevocable policy for operations.

Advocacy & Human Rights


Mon Jan 10, 2022 - Thu Mar 10, 2022


300 Lenora StreetSeattle, WA 98121



  • General Education
  • Advocacy
  • Adult Education
  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills




  • Must be at least 18
  • There is no special time commitment. Share with Seattle heads of private households about the Washington State Homeowner's Fast Track To Best Contractors - whenever you like.
  • Each volunteer is on her/his own time. It is what each volunteer personally requires - and when. There are no time constraints otherwise since this is not a "job" - it's a "personal activity."

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