Five Local Volunteer Opportunities to Kick-Off Your Spring
The City of Yakima
Are you a City resident 16 to 22 years of age? We are seeking youth representation on our Parks & Recreation Commission and Community Integration Committee. Click https://www.yakimawa.gov/council/boards-commissions/ for details and an application.
NAMI Washington offers the intensive trainings for Affiliate members to become the Teachers, Facilitators, Mentors and Presenters of these NAMI Programs in their local communities. Go to the Education & Training page to find more information about these trainings.
Safe Yakima Valley
become a mentor with Safe Yakima Valley, just one hour a week commit to being, "that person" for a child in our community who doesn't have a stable person to speak with. It's a program that's gearing up and they are in need of female and male mentors. If this is something you're interested in or have a child that you would love to connect with a mentor REACH OUT.
Habitat for Humanity
You could become part of a team of builders, creating homes for those in need right here in the Yakima Valley. What a team-building exercise that would be and a memorable one too. Tell your family and friends maybe this becomes a yearly tradition.
This local group is all about empowerment and giving back to the community. Join the movement and make a difference.
Junior League of Yakima is committed to creating new opportunities for young women in Yakima though our Girls Initiative: Empowering Girls—Inspiring Leaders.
There are groups on Facebook like Keep Yakima Clean, Yakima Inspires, and more to join and find the latest opportunities or if you know of more please don't hesitate to share via our app
Opportunities to Give Back
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