Centerstone’s Volunteer Program Philosophy
Centerstone’s volunteer program provides rewarding, structured and supportive opportunities to those who desire to help people move out of poverty. Our program enables people to connect and contribute to the community by fostering mutually beneficial volunteer relationships based on shared expectations. We are respectful of volunteers’ time and commitment and acknowledge their contributions.
For some people volunteering is about giving back, but for Centerstone volunteers, it is their way of living. Our family really appreciates what they do every week to make services possible.
How to Apply
If you are interested in volunteering, please plan on attending one of our volunteer orientations held at Centerstone to learn about Centerstone’s programs and services, review volunteer policies and procedures, go on a tour, and have the opportunity to fill out a volunteer application.
There are no orientations scheduled at this time. If you would like information about volunteering with Centerstone, please contact Centerstone’s Community Engagement Coordinator:
Volunteer with Us
Centerstone recently concluded the United Way of King County-sponsored Volunteer Impact Program. With the help of a team of consultants, we restructured our volunteer program to provide our volunteers with an even more meaningful experience. We are expanding our current volunteer positions so our volunteers can contribute their expertise in a variety of capacities, including tax preparation, photography, translation services, case management, and more. We value our volunteers’ skills and look forward to hearing ideas on how to provide our clients with the very best service.
“It was so great to have the chance to serve the needs of Centerstone! Everyone from the group was very impressed with Centerstone and really enjoyed the experience.” – Downtown Cornerstone Church group
Open volunteer positions
Currently filled or inactive volunteer positions
- Food Bank Home Delivery Assistant
- Energy Outreach Assistant
- Community Engagement Intern
- Development Intern
- Community Resources Navigator
If you are interested in one of the currently filled or inactive volunteer positions, please contact Centerstone’s Community Engagement Coordinator to train as a standby volunteer.
Groups from around the Western Washington area have generously volunteered at Centerstone over the years. Groups have included:
- U.S. Trust, Bank of America
- Ameriprise Financial
- Seattle University
- Seattle Works
- United Way
- Boston Private Bank
We would love to host your group of family, friends, or co-workers!