Community Volunteer Opportunities
StandUp for Kids
Stand Up For Kids is a national organization whose primary mission is to assist homeless and at-risk kids in their efforts to improve their lives. Kitsap County is one of its 23-programs, and is funded strictly by donations.
StandUp For Kids is an all-volunteer organization. They are in need of your support. For those who want to get involved in outreach, StandUp For Kids provides sixteen hours of training to provide you the tools to reach out and make a difference in kids' lives.
Jodi Davidson for additional information. standupforkids.org/
Benedict House is an emergency and transitional housing program providing safety, stability and supportive housing for single homeless men and homeless men with children.
Volunteers are needed to provide meals and support for the house.
Bob Pusey for additional information ccsww.org/
Georgia’s House is a homeless shelter in Bremerton, WA that helps homeless women and displaced women and their children. It is operated by the Weaver Foundation.
We are looking for compassionate people with common sense who have a desire to help the homeless in our community. Volunteers keep the shelter a safe and comfortable haven for the women and children of the house while they are working on getting out of their homeless situations.
Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Construction, Office, Store, Committees, Board
Pregnancy Resource Services
Pregnancy Resource Services (PRS), being a Christian ministry, has as its primary purpose to testify to all about God, His existence, glory, love and will. The same God who said, “Do not murder”, also said “Come to me… and I will give you rest.” Thus we seek to save the lives of unborn children, but we do so only in connection with the Gospel offer of salvation.
PRS always needs prayer partners and volunteers. Please Contact us if you’d like to know more.
FaithLink is a non-profit group committed to supporting free meals in our community.
Needed: Churches and other organizations to host weekly/monthly hot meals. North Kitsap area.
We exist to bring real life change to street and homeless youth, compassionately guiding them out of homelessness and into lives of dignity, integrity, generosity, and responsibility. We accomplish this through street and school outreach, drop-in centers, a teen shelter, case management, mentoring, and job training.
Make an impact with your time and talents at the Teen Shelter, in one of the Oasis Centers, or in other positions. Learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact Hope Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org to attend a volunteer orientation.
Michael Truan for additional information.
- Port Orchard
KACE - Kitsap Adult Center for Education
Kitsap Adult Center for Education is a community based, non-profit agency whose mission is to provide adult educational opportunities that will improve the lives of students and the community.
Kitsap Adult Center for Education (KACE) trains volunteers to help English-speaking adults improve their reading and writing and foreign-born adults learn to communicate in English.
Kitsap Rescue Mission
Kitsap Rescue Mission exists to assist the homeless and poor of Kitsap County as they work toward restoration of body, mind and spirit through Christ centered programs.
Kitsap Rescue Mission would not get very far at all without faithful, hardworking volunteers who own the work in the good times and in the challenges. Each week we see individuals who may be hungry but most just want some company.
Kitsap County Food Bank Coalition
Kitsap County Food Bank Coalition is a network of eight food banks working hard to alleviate hunger throughout our county.
Many volunteer needs and tasks depend on the individual food bank.
- Bremerton Foodline
- Salvation Army Food Bank
- South Kitsap Help Line
- Helpline House
- North Kitsap Fishline
- ShareNet Food Bank
- Central Kitsap Food Bank
- St. Vincent de Paul