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Participate in enriching volunteer work, and engage with the community to help neighbors change their lives. Volunteering with St. Vincent de Paul is all about giving and seeing the fruits of your labor, with benefits and value provided to our struggling neighbors. Volunteering is an enriching, exciting, and diverse set of experiences.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Helpline Volunteer Work-- The Helpline Center serves as the “front door” for people who are in need of assistance. We manage about 40,000 calls annually from various neighborhoods throughout the Seattle and King County area. The Helpline Center connects those in need with our neighborhood volunteer groups (or “Conferences”). Our Conferences follow up with the individual or family with a home visit.

Food Bank--We have a team of staff, volunteers, and service providers specifically charged with engaging neighbors at the SVdP Georgetown Food Bank as they come to get food on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Check this out and consider volunteering with this special team!

Store Volunteers--One of our volunteers summed up our St. Vincent de Paul volunteer experience this way: “As I get older, I have come to appreciate the importance and value of not only giving back but also of staying active, alive if you will. I have learned a lot and giving back makes me complete. St. Vincent de Paul is a wonderful opportunity to give, serve, and learn. I am thankful.”

Volunteer Vincentians ---Working with Our Conferences: Our 50 plus neighborhood groups all over Seattle and King County are robust gatherings of people who want to serve and make a difference in our communities. The groups meet several times a month, raise funds to help struggling neighbors, organize efforts to manage chapter activities and enjoy social and group activities.

If you need or want more information about volunteering, please email us at giving@svdpseattle.org or fill out our volunteer application by the button above.

Helping Neighbors, Healing Hearts. Serving Seattle and King County for 100 Years!