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Phone: 800.422.2024
5026 196th St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

All Volunteer Opportunities

  • Administration: Volunteers help with reception, clerical, and data entry as needed in various programs.
  • Drivers: Help those who no longer drive get to their appointments, run errands, and grocery shopping.
  • Foster Grandparent Program: Older adults provide children with special and/or exceptional needs one-on-one support at community locations such as schools and daycare. Volunteers must be 55+. A small stipend for those who meet income guidelines. More info
  • Friends of Veterans: Provide weekly visits to lonely and isolated senior veterans and help in the Hero’s Café, a monthly social group for a veteran-run in partnership with Verdant Community Wellness Center in Lynnwood.
  • Home Helpers: Conduct minor home repairs in client’s home throughout Snohomish County. Occasionally assist staff on work orders and projects.
  • Living Well Leaders: Facilitate 6-week workshops on health topics, including diabetes, pain and other chronic conditions.
  • Meals on Wheels: Drivers assist with weekly deliveries to homebound adults in Snohomish County.
  • Minor Home Repair: Volunteers assess repair needs and if licensed/ bonded, assist in the health and safety repairs.
  • Multicultural Services: Volunteers help with translation, on-site meal service, and classes held at the Multicultural Senior Center located in Lynnwood.
  • Senior Companions: Help seniors stay in their homes by running errands, doing light housekeeping and/or providing companionship with weekly home visits. (Must be 55+ years and meet income limits). More info
  • Senior Peer Counseling: Volunteers 55+ provide one-on-one counseling for adults 60 and older who are struggling with life changes, loss, or other emotional issues. No counseling experience necessary. 40 hours of initial training and monthly meetings.
  • SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors): Trained to help older adults understand their health insurance options, including private, prescription, and government plans.
  • Weekend Warriors: Volunteers provide outside cleanup, inside cleanup and repair services to low-income, isolated seniors in Snohomish County. Great corporate opportunity to serve.

Additional Information

Volunteer Program

425.740.3787

volunteer@homage.org

Volunteer application (print)

Volunteer application (online)

For additional information about volunteer opportunities, including corporate opportunities, please contact Volunteer Manager, Michelle Frye at 425-740-3787 or mfrye@homage.org