Welcome Snohomish County teens! Youth United is the place for you to find resources about volunteering.
Do you want to:
- help your community?
- meet new people?
- fulfill graduation requirements?
- make a college application or resume stand out?
- get a warm fuzzy feeling?
Then VOLUNTEER! It's super easy with YOUTH UNITED here to help you locate opportunities.
YOUTH UNITED Monthly Volunteer Events
It’s the easiest way to volunteer!
Register online, then fax email or mail the liability waiver into our office, show up at the event, volunteer and get a t-shirt. It really is that simple.
Letter Carriers Food Drive
Saturday, May 11
2 - 4 p.m. and/or 4 - 6:30 p.m. (Choose one or both shifts)
Help local food banks provide food to our neighbors in need! On May 11, Letter Carriers all over Snohomish County will be picking up community members' food donations and bringing them to post offices where volunteers will sort and pack the food to go to local food banks. Be one of those volunteers! Read more or sign up here.
Library Book Sale Help
Saturday, May 18
8 - 10 a.m. and/or 3 - 5 p.m. (Choose one or both shifts)
Mill Creek, WA
Help unpack and pack books for the book sale! Each year, the Friends of the Mill Creek Library holds a book sale to support programs for kids, teens and adults at the library that would otherwise not be funded. Lend a hand for a couple of hours! Read more or sign up here.
“Kids Read” Program at Sno-Isle Libraries
Orientation on Tuesday, June 11, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Sign up for summer reading shifts at orientation
Volunteer this summer, reading with elementary students at the Lynnwood or Mountlake Terrace Sno-Isle Library! Sign up here for the mandatory program orientation on June 11. At the orientation, you will sign up for shifts that fit your schedule. Read more or sign up here.
Project Homeless Connect
Wednesday, June 26
(Set-up day and Orientation—recommended, but not required, for Youth United volunteers)
Thursday, June 27
Project Homeless Connect is an event designed to provide immediate services to homeless individuals and families. We need volunteers to help make the event run smoothly by setting up the day before, checking in participants, serving food, administering an exit survey and guiding participants through service providers. Sign up for one or more shifts! Over 100 volunteers will be lending a hand. Be sure to check the box for “high school students.” Read more or sign up here.
Youth United Volunteers
- Search our database to easily find volunteer opportunities around Snohomish County
- Sign up for your free online account to log your hours and save searches
if you already have an account