Check out our volunteer opportunities below and submit a volunteer interest form to get started!
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Please note: our volunteer needs change weekly and may not be reflected on this website page due to COVID-19. If you are interested in what is immediately and currently available, please email Angel Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org
Finance/Admin Support: We are looking for a volunteer to support our finance team with document scanning and filing and reviewing Accounts Payable documents and invoices for tax compliance. This volunteer would need to commit 2-4 hours weekly!
Grant Researcher & Writer: We are seeking a skilled researcher and writer to help us conduct grant research and support our grant writer with current grants. This opportunity can be remote and is a great opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students.
Translator (written or spoken): We have need of volunteer translators to community activities and publications accessible to all residents. Do you speak or write in a language other than English? Off-site volunteers can translate flyers and resident newsletter publications to another language. We also have need of live translation during community events. Please indicate in the comments box on the sign up form on this page what language(s) you can translate to!
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
Basic Need Heroes: Many residents depend on resources from community partners to stay healthy and provide for their families. Volunteers work with our community partners and on-site staff to ensure residents are able to receive the resources they need!
- Eastside Baby Corner: Ensure parents have the resources they need to raise happy, healthy kids. Inventory donations and load into delivery truck. Thursdays at 9 am.
- Kirkland Community Van Driver: Transport our Kirkland residents to the local food bank! 1st and 3rd Fridays from 1-5 pm.
Advocate: We depend on your engagement to help promote affordable housing on the Eastside, and educate others about the dire need in our community. See our advocacy page to learn more about advocating for a diverse and inclusive Eastside.
Long Term Opportunities
Young Professionals Board: Network, gain Board experience, and make an impact in your community. Ages 25-35.
Community Board: Our Community Board is dedicated to engaging representative community members in the operation of the organization and in the development of new affordable housing communities.
Committees: Committees support every facet of the organization, including housing development, finance, community engagement and fundraising.
Imagine Housing Board: Our governing Board provides leadership, oversight, and expertise in a variety of fields.
Our Volunteer Process
- Fill out volunteer interest form.
- A staff member will reach out to you to learn more about you.
- Attend a volunteer orientation
- Submit application and background check
- Meet with a staff member to determine the best fit and get started!
If you are interested in a group volunteer activity or have questions about our volunteer process, contact Angel at email@example.com or 425-521-5206.
Upcoming Volunteer Orientations:
We require attending a volunteer orientation before or shortly after you begin your volunteer service. They are held in the evenings at the Imagine Housing office in Kirkland. Use the signup form below and add “attending volunteer orientation on (date)” in the comment box.
- We are currently doing orientations on a remote and individual basis.
Ready to Volunteer?
Fill out our volunteer interest form and a staff member will be in touch soon!
"This has become such a wonderful experience for the office… Volunteering with Imagine Housing is a great way for us to meet community members, support affordable housing, and build relationships." - Rich W., monthly community dinner volunteer
"It has been one of the biggest joys and honors to be serving with Imagine Housing. What an amazing organization this is! The staff and leadership have a clear passion for loving on the community and providing safe and comfortable living spaces for the people in our local neighborhoods. My husband and I always look forward to serving our monthly community meals at Francis Village alongside our church group. The residents at Francis Village have become our friends! We can't wait to see what else there is in store for Imagine Housing." - Kendall C., monthly community dinner volunteer