Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County

Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County provides a large number of volunteer opportunities for the community. They offer temporary opportunities for summer volunteering or AmeriCorps year of service roles, or for graduating students interested in delaying college attendance.

For information contact Volunteer Coordinator, Katie Rickel at krickel@habitatsnohomish.org or 425-405-7156.

Marysville YMCA

Halloween Carnival: October 28, 12:30-5pm . Set-up, run games and activity stations, clean-up. 15-20 volunteers needed

Kid’s Night Out: Sept. 23, Oct. 14, Nov.11, Dec. 9; 4:30-9:30pm (play games, crafts, supervise children, swim (if you are comfortable), Dinner included) 6-8 volunteers needed.

Military Appreciation Dinner: November 18, 5-9:30pm. Set-up, serve dinner, run games and activity stations, clean-up. Dinner provided. 5-6 volunteers needed

Sundaes with Santa: December 16, 11am-3pm. Setup, run carnival games or craft stations, help serve sundaes, clean up. 15-20 volunteers needed

Assistant Swim Instructor: Ongoing. Assist instructor with teaching children how to swim. Afternoons and/or Saturdays.

Coach Rookie Sports: Saturday mornings. Basketball, Indoor Soccer or T-Ball. Starts in January. Time Commitment: 1 hour a week for six weeks.

Community Dinner: December 17, 4:30-7:00pm. Set-up, serve dinner, help as needed.

Please contact Allison Hoot if you are interested in any of the above! 360-651-1607 or ahoot@ymca-snoco.org.

American Foundation For Suicide Prevention Walk
Volunteers needed to support Second Annual Walk at Legion Park in Everett on Saturday, September 23, 2017. Contact Jane Duran at 303-503-2555 or duranjane@hotmail.com for details on how you can help.

Marysville Community Food Bank
Volunteers needed on Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. to help with sorting, organizing, cleaning and other items.

Volunteers needed Tuesdays between 2:45 and 6:30 p.m. and/or Mondays from 9:45 and 11:30 a.m. to help give out groceries to families at the Food Bank.

Shopping Assistants: We could use a number of volunteers to help take families through the food bank. The task involves pulling food off the shelves and bagging it into shopping carts. Time of need: Mondays from 8:45 a.m. to about 11:30 a.m. and Tuesdays from 2:45pm to about 6:30pm (especially toward the end of this period there is a need). Mondays are the days we could use the most help. This is the day of the week when we serve our seniors and disabled customers. Also, here are upcoming Tuesdays when we will be in high need of additional help: Feb 14, Mar 28, May 9 & Jun 20. This is a very rewarding job as you are directly serving folks that have a need for support.

Shuttle Co-pilot: The Marysville Community Food Bank is putting in place a shuttle service to assist people who do not have a ride home from the Food Bank after collecting groceries. The shuttle will drive people and their groceries from the food bank to their home. The Marysville United Methodist Church is providing a shuttle van and driver. As we wish to have one male and one female volunteer in the van at all times, we are in search of a female volunteer to accompany the driver on shuttle runs. The shuttle will operate on Tuesdays from 3:30 p.m. to approximately 6:30 p.m. and on Fridays from 9:30am to approximately 11:30 a.m. During the periods between those times when there are no people to shuttle, the volunteer is welcome to assist at the food bank helping to provide groceries to families. This may be multiple volunteers that are put on a schedule.

Grocery Donation Pickups: The Marysville Community Food Bank needs drivers with covered trucks or SUVs to pick up donations from Marysville area grocery stores. Possible days of the week are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings. Pickups take about an hour total. It works well to have two people working the food pickups but it's not required. We have a need for both drivers and assistants. Restrictions: Drivers should have their own covered truck or SUV and a clean driving record and auto insurance coverage. Drivers and assistants also need to have the ability to lift 40 pounds.

Produce Sorter: As donated produce is brought to the Food Bank from the local grocery stores it is sorted so as separate produce types while reviewing for quality. We need help with this activity on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Warehouse Assistant: Assist warehouse lead with unloading, separating, warehousing and stocking donated food. Possible days are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon and Tuesday afternoons from 2 to 6 p.m.

Contact the Marysville Community Food Bank at marysvillefoodbank@frontier.com or 360-658-1054.

Marysville Boys and Girls Club
Volunteers needed daily from 4:30- 6 p.m. to spend time with kids and help with homework.

If you are interested in any of the above, contact Christina Trader at ctrader@bgcsc.org or (360) 659-2576.

The Living Room Coffee House
The Living Room Coffee House is looking for baristas between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Contact Kim Reynolds for more information at LRCoffeeHouse@gmail.comor visit www.livingroomlove.com.

Adult Volunteer Opportunities

Marysville Cold Weather Shelter
Volunteer Training Meeting: Friday, October 10, 7 - 9 p.m. at the Damascus Road Annex. For more information, contact Damascus Road's CWS Coordinator Al Muzzy at a_muzzy1@frontier.com or 206-849-6744.

Childcare for Smokey Point Mom's And Dad's Program
Adult volunteers age 18+ needed hold or play with children who have just been brought into care by CPS while caseworker look for a foster home for the child. Volunteers are on-call and can choose the days/hours/frequency they’d like to work. More information about that program can be found here: http://officemomsanddads.com/ or contact Christina Pastor or Kori Beringer at sptomd@gmail.com.

Marysville Foster Families Needed!
Become a licensed foster parent. There are many foster children currently attending Marysville and Tulalip schools that come into care each month. If there is no open open bed with a Marysville foster family, children often must leave their school for another district with a new foster home. Alternately, children sometimes spend nights in hotels with their social workers while awaiting a local foster placement.

If you are interested in exploring foster care and providing children with information and guidance as they begin this journey, visit www.fosteringtogether.org/foster-care/overview/ or contact Megan Harp, Fostering Together Liaison at 425-350-3839 or megan-harp@olivecrest.org.

Interested in posting local volunteer opportunities on the Marysville School District website? Contact Emily_Wicks@msd25.org with details!