Easter Seals Washington has been helping individuals with disabilities and their families, live better lives for more than 90 years. They provide exceptional services to ensure that people with disabilities and families in need have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play. Volunteer by helping someone simply gain greater independence for everyday living or achieve personal goals.
The main mission of Franke Tobey Jones’ volunteer program is to enrich our residents’ quality of life by providing a dedicated corps of volunteers who share our commitment to excellence. Each resident is a unique individual with special interests, talents and needs by carrying out a wide variety of activities to meet the interests and wishes of our residents.
The mission of L'Arche is to make known the gifts of people with developmental disabilities, revealed through mutually transforming relationships. Volunteer by offering time to garden, cook, and interact with the core members of L'Arche Tacoma Hope.
The Pierce County AIDS Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1987 to respond to the needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS in Pierce County and to prevent future transmissions of the virus. Pierce County AIDS Foundation, through education and service, prevents HIV infection, assists persons affected by HIV/AIDS, addresses related health problems, and combats associated stigma and discrimination.
Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County offers support toward healing through advocacy and therapy for those affected by sexual assault and abuse. Rebuilding Hope SACPC has many volunteer opportunities available from a few hours a week to a longer commitment period providing the following support: Office/administrative clerical support. Agency committee groups (Fundraising/Event Coordination) support on special projects.
The Rescue Mission provides help and hope to men, women and children who need shelter, food and assistance with life changes that lead to self-sufficiency. The Rescue Mission works with people at all stages of addiction, homelessness or other life challenges, offering services, support and facilities. Volunteer by serving meals, working in the donation center, and attending season events.
After starting the state's first domestic violence shelter in 1976, the YWCA has steadily expanded and enhanced a comprehensive menu of domestic violence service provision, offering clients real tools to change their lives through safety, healing, and empowerment. Support from community members via volunteering and donations help the YWCA support its clients in creating lives free of violence and full of hope. Consider a gift to maintain our stellar services.