The City of Bellevue does not endorse any organization. This listing is provided as an information service only. We strongly recommend that a volunteer—or parent or guardian in the event the volunteer is a minor—research an organization thoroughly before volunteering to be certain it is a good fit




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BELLEVUE COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING GUIDE

Updated August 22, 2012


Discover your opportunities to volunteer or donate in Bellevue and beyond!


The City of Bellevue does not endorse any organization. This listing is provided as an information service only. We strongly recommend that a volunteer—or parent or guardian in the event the volunteer is a minor—research an organization thoroughly before volunteering to be certain it is a good fit.


CITY OF BELLEVUE VOLUNTEER LISTINGS


VOLUNTEER LISTINGS THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY

To find opportunities in your area of interest, click on a topic.


ADMINISTRATIVE

ANIMALS

ARTS

AT RISK YOUTH

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

BUILDING & MAINTENANCE

CHILDREN, VOLUNTEERING WITH

CHILDREN, OPPORTUNITIES TO VOLUNTEER

CIVIC SERVICES

COURT ORDERED COMMUNITY SERVICE

CRISIS INTERVENTION

DISASTER RESPONSE

DIVERSITY

DISABILITIES, HELPING PEOPLE WITH

DOCENTS

DONATE (BY AGENCY)
DONATE (BY ITEM)


EAGLE PROJECTS

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP

EVENTS

EVENTS, CURRENT

FEED THE HUNGRY

FUNDRAISING/DEVELOPMENT

GRANT WRITING

GROUP VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

HEALTH SERVICES

HOMELESS

IT/TECH

LIBRARY

MARKETING

MEDIATION

MENTAL HEALTH

MENTORING

MUSEUM

POLICE

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

RECREATION

RETAIL, NON-PROFIT

SENIORS

SOCIAL SERVICES

TEENS, WORKING WITH

TEENS, OPPORTUNITIES TO VOLUNTEER

TRANSLATION SERVICES

TRANSPORTATION

TUTORING

VETS

VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT

WOMEN


VOLUNTEER IN THE BUSINESS WORLD


Resources For Agencies

CAN PROVIDE VOLUNTEERS

CAN PROVIDE LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO NONPROFITS

CAN PROVIDE FINANCIAL ADVICE & TRAINING


TRAINING

NETWORKING & CONNECTIONS


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SERVICE LISTINGS


CITY OF BELLEVUE LISTINGS


Bellevue, City of
Aquatic Center


Services: Aquatics programs

Needs: Swim Instructor Aide or Customer Service Representative.


Contact:

Scott Armstrong

425-452-2806

sarmstrong@bellevuewa.gov


Bellevue, City of
Board and Commissions
Services: Boards and Commissions provide expertise, feedback and advice to City staff and Council.

Needs: Apply to serve on the Arts Commission, Environmental Services Commission, Human Services Commission, Library Board, Parks & Community Services Board, Planning Commission and Transportation Commission, Youth Link Board and Special Events Committee.


Contact:

City Clerk’s Office: 425-452-6466


Bellevue, City of

Botanical Garden

Services: Community garden

Needs: There are opportunities for volunteers of all ages and levels of expertise including horticultural assistants, plant photographers, working in the gift shop or helping organize and staff special events, or working as a docent. Work with Garden staff or interns to plant, prune, create and maintain paths, and detail the garden. Tuesday or Thursday mornings, 9 – 11 AM.

 

Contact:

Lisa Scott

425-452-2750

lscott@bellevuewa.gov


Bellevue, City of
Crossroads Community Center


Services: Recreation programs

Needs: Volunteers to help out with seasonal special events.


Contact:

Vicki Drake

425-452-4874


Bellevue, City of
Crossroads Mini City Hall


Services: Staff and volunteers connect residents with city and community resources and programs. Mini City Hall offers personal assistance, information and resources to all of Bellevue’s diverse residents, including limited English speakers. Conveniently located in the Crossroads Shopping Center, Mini City Hall provides quick response to customer concerns and is a great place to learn about community events and opportunities.

Needs: Volunteers work regular hours and are fully trained. Bi-lingual volunteers needed to provide outreach to diverse populations.


Contact:

Mini City Hall Coordinator

425-452-2800


Bellevue, City of
Cultural Diversity Program


Services: The Cultural Diversity program uses volunteers to help set up and coordinate community events such as Conversations About Race and Culture, Cultural Arts performances and media panels.

Needs: help with event promotion by communicating with media and the public through the internet and at public events. We can also use volunteers to  research cultural and social topics on the internet and communicate via email and by phone with non profits, community groups, agencies and businesses. Volunteers can also assist the program by designing flyers and other promotional materials. Strong communication and knowledge of the OUTLOOK, WORD, EXCEL, PAGEMAKER and graphic design helpful.


Contact
Kevin Henry
425-452-7886


Bellevue, City of
Eastside Amateur Radio Support (EARS)


Services: Communication during emergency response; Activities include communications drills, tours, and training.

Needs: Team members. 2nd Thursday at 7 p.m.


Contact:

Office of Emergency Planning

425-452-6033


Bellevue, City of

Events

Services: Community Events

Needs: Volunteers and groups to assist with events

 

Contact:

Pam Myers, Recreation Coordinator

pmyers@bellevuewa.gov

NWAC@bellevuewa.gov

KelseyCreek@bellevuewa.gov


Bellevue, City of

Family, Youth & Teen Services Programs

Services: Youth Link, Bellevue's 24-Hour Relay Challenge, Bellevue Youth Court

Needs: Volunteer duties vary; planning committee work; adult mentor roles; youth leadership roles

 

Contact:

Helena Stephens

hstephens@bellevuewa.gov


Patrick Alina

palina@bellevuewa.gov

Brandi Dorsett

bdorsett@bellevuewa.gov

425.452.2846


Bellevue, City of
Highland Center


Services: Programs for people living with disabilities

Needs: Volunteer to help out with specialized recreation programs. Help is needed in after school programs (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. 3-5pm) for kids with developmental disabilities as well as evening programs for adults with developmental disabilities; classes include sports, cooking, dance, fitness, drama and cheerleading. There are no special qualifications but an interest in the specific class you volunteer for is a must.


Contact:

Kim Indurkar

425-452-6105


Bellevue, City of

Kelsey Creek Farm

Services: Kelsey Creek Farm Program

Needs: Program geared toward teen volunteers and groups

 

Contact:

Pam Myers

Recreation Coordinator

pmyers@bellevuewa.gov

KelseyCreek@bellevuewa.gov


Bellevue, City of

Natural Resource Division
Services: Provides opportunities for environmental stewardship during Stewardship Saturdays & Earth Day/Arbor Day Events.

Needs: Parks stewards, docents or naturalists, hosts for visitors centers, Stewardship Saturdays volunteers to plant trees, restore wildlife habitats and renovate trails throughout the city.


Contact:

Alexandra DySard

425-452-4195


  

Bellevue, City of

Neighborhood and Parent Teen Mediation Programs

Services: Free mediation services both on the phone and in person to those who live, work or go to school in Bellevue.

Needs: Volunteers for meditation. A required 40 hour mediation training is provided once a year to those interested in volunteering. Class size is limited. Adults and High Schoolers may volunteer in the Parent Teen Program. Adults only in the Neighborhood Program. A commitment of 1-2 years of volunteering is requested for both programs. A commitment of 2 hours per week for 6 months to one year is required for the phone mediation in the Neighborhood Program.


Contact:

Cheryl Cohen, Co-Manager

425-452-4091

mediation_info@bellevuewa.gov

 

Bellevue, City of
North Bellevue Community Center


Services: Recreation and Senior programs

Needs: A variety of volunteers for senior and recreation programs are needed.


Contact:

Darrion Spratley

425-452-7681


Bellevue, City of
Police Department


Services: Municipal police department.

Needs: Volunteers fill a wide variety of assignments throughout the Police Department. Some assignments involve direct public contact, such as working at our Community Stations or as part of our Parking Enforcement Team. Others are office-based administrative and clerical support assignments. Not all positions are open at all times and new positions may be added or existing ones removed based on the Department’s needs and priorities. The list is always changing. Candidates must meet minimum qualification standards and undergo a rigorous application and screening process, including a personal interview, criminal history checks, thorough background investigation, and polygraph test. Contact the Department’s Volunteer Coordinator at (425) 452-6017 or via e-mail at mtrachtman@bellevuewa.gov for more information or to request an application.


Contact:

Police Volunteer Program Coordinator

425-452-6017


Bellevue, City of
Probation Division


Services: Assists residents in managing probation requirements. Mentors adults arrested in Bellevue for misdemeanor offenses with the goal of preventing recurrences.

Needs: Mentors. Rigorous qualification criteria and background investigation required.


Contact:

Lourdes Salazar

Program Coordinator

425-452-7194

lsalazar@bellevuewa.gov


Bellevue, City of
Probation Division


CAN PROVIDE VOLUNTEERS who need to complete court ordered community service work (misdemeanors only)

 

Contact:

Susan Fraser

Assistant Probation Manager

425-452-7190

sfraser@bellevuewa.gov


Roger Ledbetter

Probation Officer

425-452-7192

rledbetter@bellevuewa.gov


Bellevue, City of
Recreation Program


Services: Recreation programs

Needs: Volunteers to teach recreation classes; coach sports; help organize special events; assist with preschools and day camps or volunteer at a local community center.


Contact:

Recreation Division

425-452-6885.


Bellevue, City of
Skate Park


Services: Services: Recreation programs

Needs: Help maintaining the Skate Park located at Highland Community Center, 14224 Bel-Red Road) and administer activities.


Contact:

Joe Moorman

425-452-2722.


Bellevue, City of
South Bellevue Community Center


Services: Recreation programs

Needs: Volunteers to help the Boys & Girls Club and general recreation programs.


Contact:

Dot Long

425-452-4240


Bellevue, City of

Stream Team

Services: Protect water quality and enhance stream habitat

Needs: Volunteers to monitor local streams for salmon, re-vegetate stream corridors with native trees and shrubs, help collect stream bugs for water quality monitoring, or work on a variety of other projects.

 

Contact:

Laurie Devereaux

425-452-5200

Bellevue, City of
Tennis Center


Services: Tennis programs at the Robinswood Tennis Center

Needs: Program volunteers.


Contact:

John Soriano

425-452-7665


Bellevue, City of
Voices in Diversity Radio Program
Services: Local, volunteer run radio show co-sponsored by 91.3 FM KBCS and the Bellevue Parks & Community Services Department’s Cultural Diversity Program
Needs: Volunteers to produce shows.


Contact
Kevin Henry
425-452-7886


Bellevue, City of

Volunteer Program

Services: Supports 55 existing COB volunteer programs and works on new program development; Supports marketing and outreach as well as region-wide partnership development relative to volunteer use.

CAN PROVIDE VOLUNTEERS

 

Contact:

Shelly Shellabarger

Volunteer@BellevueWa.gov

425-452-5375


Bellevue, City of
Waterwise Garden


Services: This award-winning garden demonstrates that it is possible to create a healthy, thriving landscape with less water, chemicals and work. Volunteers learn how to plan and care for a yard & garden in a way that can positively impact the health of their families and our environment.

Needs: Volunteers are needed for the first and third Wednesday of each month from 1-3 pm from Spring to Fall at the Bellevue Botanical gardens. No experience is necessary.


Contact:

Patricia Burgess

Conservation and Outreach Program Administrator, Bellevue Utilities

(425) 452-4127


Bellevue, City of

Youth Link

 Services: Provides a variety of programs for local teens including the Youth Council teen closet and more. 

Needs: Teen and adult volunteers to work on various projects identified by the teen council.


Contact:

Patrick Alina

425-452-5254

palina@bellevuewa.gov

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