Giving and serving our local community is important.
Anyone can be on a go team. Interested in the next generation? Do you want to serve food? Just want to drive people or things from point A to point B? Go Teams serve with a heart condition and a lifestyle decision where we live out the mission of Jesus by intentionally serving those outside the walls of the church as much as we serve those within the Body of Christ. Let’s be active in the communities we live in and be a part of the transformation!
Camano Island Senior & Community Center
Meals on Wheels, thrift store, drivers, etc. www.camanocenter.org/getinvolved/volunteer Lisa Brents: (360) 387-0222
Volunteer in a school
10 different elementary, middle, and high schools Reading programs, mentoring, security programs, etc. www.districtweb.stanwood.wednet.edu (Schools are listed on the left, select school and click on ‘volunteer opportunities’)
The spot is a youth hangout that is in need of volunteers to hangout on a weekly or bi-monthly basis (Tues & Thursday afternoons or Saturday nights). They can also use volunteers to provide food. Contact The Spot (youth hangout) Joe Wiederhold at 360-939-0102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work parties (building projects) or childcare
Stanwood/Camano Food Bank
-Sorting, driving, or thrift store. 7 days/week worth of opportunities
Pick up an application from the thrift store (360) 629-2789
Stanwood Senior Center
Teaching, retails, special events, foot clinic, etc
Safe Harbor (Free Walk-in Clinic)
Greeting, data entry, hospitality, health care providers, patient interviews, etc.
Join their Disaster Action Team that seeks to provide assistance to families affected by fires, floods and natural disasters. Mary Trimble (360) 387-0757
Community Eye Care Days
Help in providing free eye exams for people who have no other way of getting help. Free clinics are offered on the 3rd Saturday in January, May & September. Volunteers are needed and training is provided. Mary Van Pham (360) 474-9620.