Help with fundraising, organizing, office help, etc. for organization that helps to find money and build parks. Contact Marianne Barrus - 887-8369.
Pearson Air Museum
Good for projects dealing with air-anything, mechanics, history, military. 694-7026.
Quilts for Kids
Help with blood drives, warehouse help. 693-5821
Renovating Pioneer Grange
Artists/sign-makers to design, possible make, seal, and hang signs; landscape designers (software available) and landscape workers; painters.
Ridgefield High School/LEAP
Athletes: Work on a committee to help with WIAA.
Ridgefield Little League***NEED NOW posted 3.1.2013
Need umpires, scorekeepers, announcers, and people to help maintain fields and work in the concessions stands. 16 and over. Call Jennifer at 503-334-9106 or email@example.com
Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
The Friends of the RNWR (the non-profit branch that deals with educational programs at the Refuge) is looking for students to help with data entry. Call 609-5569. The Refuge itself also needs volunteers for upkeep, maintenance, trail-clearing, etc.
Ridgefield Public Library (Ft. Van. Reg. Lib. branch)
Riverside Performing Arts
Year-round camps, dance, drama, theatre, music. 500 Washington St., Vancouver. 694-8662 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rocksolid Teen Center
Work in café, check in students at computer, assist with homework, light cleaning duties, run movies in theater. Food handlers permit a plus, but not a must. On bus line. During school year only. 12919 NE 159th St., Brush Prairie. Requires background check. email@example.com
Call Kari at 360-885-2181
Second Step HousingTransitional housing and links to community services and employment. Some clerical volunteer opportunities exist. Contact Megan Dixon at 360-993-5301 ext. 118 or firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.secondstephousing.org/
Silver Buckle Youth Equestrian Center11611 NE 152nd Ave., Brush Prairie 260-8932 email@example.com
Sixth Street Gallery105 W. 6th St. Vancouver 693-7430 firstname.lastname@example.org. year-round arts and crafts; all ages.
Soccer coaches (little kids, fall)Lewis River Soccer - contact Helen Stay 887-3056
at St. John's Lutheran Church on Highway 99 in Salmon Creek. Contact Sally Carroll 574-1948 or Cindy Sieck 546-1082
SOUTH RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (NEED IMMEDIATELY. POSTED 3.1.13)
Southwest Washington Advocates for Youth
Youth visitation program--a youth drug prevention program. Elaine Haver, 117 E. 35th St., Vancovuer. 695-5356 email@example.com
Special Olympics, Washington
Stream Team Tree Planting
Student Conservation Association
Be part of 6-8 high school student conservation crew. Ages allowed are 15-19. There is no tuition, and travel grants are available to qualified students. www.thesca.org
TeenTalk Clark County
Tobacco Prevention Programs
James Kissee, SW Health.
Trail repair on Mt. St. Helens
Trauma Intervention Program (TIP)
Assist other volunteers who help the police, fire, and emergency medical crews in traumas involving teenagers. Quite a bit of training is involved. www.tipnw.org