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Volunteer

Our community has many volunteer jobs. There are jobs that require only a few minutes, to job that can fill many hours per month. Regardless of your age, your skill or knowledge, or the number of hours of spare time you have...WE NEED YOU !

Animals

Arts

Community

Churches

Environment

Emergency

Government

Political Action

Senior Citizens

Youth & Children




Animals

Whidbey Animal Improvement Foundation (WAIF) is a non-profit, volunteer-staffed organization on Whidbey Island which was formed in 1990 and is dedicated to helping homeless companion animals and developing programs to educate people to care for them with respect and compassion. It is supported by donations of time, money, materials and labor and through sales at the WAIF Thrift Shop at Harbor Village in Freeland, WA.
Volunteer Opportunities: Dog Walking/Kennel Attendants, Cat Care, Transportation, Fund raising, Crafts people & Bakers, Foster Care, Thrift Shop, Education, Grooming, Advertising, Office Work, Adoption Counseling, Grounds Keeping & Maintenance. (360)331-2818 Thrift Store, Shelter 360-678-5816.

WAIF is a beneficiary of the Whidbey Island Marathon, a 4-day event beginning April 4th 2004. To volunteer to help the event organizers call 206-729-9972 or whidbey@promotionevents.com. A list of volunteer roles are available at www.whidbeyislandmarathon.com.

Orca Network is dedicated to raising awareness about the whales of the Pacific NW, and the importance of providing them healthy and safe habitats. Projects include the Whale Sighting Network, Education programs, and the "Free Lolita" campaign. For more information, visit www.orcanetwork.org. To report whale sightings, call 1-866-ORCANET or email info@orcanetwork.org

Camano Animal Shelter Association
P.O. Box 1726, Stanwood, WA 98292 (360) 387-1902 Open Tuesday-Friday, 11am-3pm; Saturday & Sunday, 11am-4pm; Closed Mondays. Donations gratefully accepted.

Pilchuck Wildlife Services
Please call before handling wildlife. Sue Murphy, state and federal licensed wildlife technician and director. P.O. Box 625, Stanwood, WA 98292
(360) 387-8299

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Arts

Whidbey Island Center for the Arts Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (W.I.C.A.), a non-profit arts organization.
Contact: WICA Email wicakm@whidbey.com 
Telephone 360 221 8268

Whidbey Playhouse 730 SE Midway Blvd. Oak Harbor 360-679-2237 playhous@whidbey.net.  Contact: Janis Powell 

Camano Arts Association, an organization that aims to promote the arts, to encourage citizen participation and to teach children an appreciation for aesthetics.
PO Box 2530, Stanwood, WA 98292.
(360) 387-7146

Coupeville Festival Association, We organize the Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival. We are looking for volunteers who will help year-round, as well as volunteers who are interested in working 1 hour a year. We have given over 1/2 million dollars back to the Coupeville community in grants and scholarships.
PO Box 611, Coupeville, WA 98239.
( 360) 678-5116

Stanwood-Camano Arts Guild The Stanwood Camano Arts Guild is an association of artists and art enthusiasts in and around Stanwood and Camano Island, Washington, sharing ideas, resources, and energy.
PO Box 778, Stanwood, WA 98292.
(360) 387-7146
 

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Community

Arc of Island and Skagit Counties   New local Arc chapter is currently building teams of volunteers of all ages to brainstorm, plan and create fundraising activities and events within the Island and Skagit communities. The Arc is a non profit organization which serves as a resource and support to children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities. Great opportunity to use your creativity, build your resume, get to know community members and have some fun. We'd love to hear from you! Contact: (304) 584 3272 exec@arcislandskagit.org or visit www.arcislandskagit.org.

Medical Reserve Corps of Island County A group of professional medical personnel (volunteers) dedicated to supporting our communities during both an emergency and non-emergency situations and addressing health disparities within our local communities. You may already know how to perform some of the medical and health functions we so desperately need. In most cases, your training as an MRC team member will focus primarily on learning your local emergency and health procedures, trauma response techniques, use of specialized equipment, and other methods to enhance your effectiveness as a member. This non-military group of volunteers, functioning as team members to the County unit, are dedicated to the health and safety of our community. Island County Medical Reserve Corps is hosted by the Emergency Management and Health Departments. We also accept non-medical staff who are also reviewed for security purposes.
Please email a request for an application to Terry Clark, MRC Coordinator - islandmrc@yahoo.com.

Puget Sound Blood Center   Puget Sound Blood Center needs volunteers to support local blood drives throughout Whidbey Island by assisting as the donor monitor- observing donors for reactions while serving juice and cookies. Commitment levels vary but at least once per month; minimum 3 hrs. Contact: Naomi Demarest, Volunteer Services Coordinator (425) 299-8826 - cell naomid@psbc.org or visit www.psbc.org.

American Cancer Society   The American Cancer Society has many volunteer opportunities available with the Relay For Life. Relay For Life events happen each year in Stanwood, Oak Harbor, and South Whidbey. Relay for Life is a 24 hour community event to raise awareness and most importantly money to fund cancer research, programs for patients, advocacy and education. We are recruiting volunteers for all aspects of the Relay from planning committee to day of volunteers. For more information on call the American Cancer Society office in Everett at 1-800-729-5588 opt 3 or visit www.cancer.org.

Deception Pass State Park has several opportunities for volunteers including: camp host, noxious weed removal, litter pickup, trail repair, minor construction, etc. email deception.pass@parks.wa.gov or call 360-675-2417 ext. 31

Sno-Isle Libraries welcomes volunteers of all ages and walks of life. Volunteers work to enrich our community libraries programs and services throughout Island County. Volunteer Opportunities: Please talk with the Volunteer Coordinator at your local library, visit our website at www.sno-isle.org, email us at volunteer@sno-isle.org,
or call 360-651-7003.

Hearts and Hammers is an annual one-day blitz to repair and rehabilitate the homes of those physically or financially unable to do so alone. It began in 1994, as a pilot project under the sponsorship of the Langley United Methodist Church. Hearts and Hammers is now an independent, non-profit program that is supported by the larger community, including churches, schools, service and community organizations, businesses and individuals. Volunteer opportunities: Baby Sitting, Cooking, Gardening, Driving, Carpenter work, Electrical, Plumbing. Contact: Richard Merrill    360-579- 7469. Thank you to all the wonderful people that worked this year!

Helping Hands of South Whidbey is a private non-profit service totally volunteer operated agencyproviding services to South Whidbey residents. 816 Camano Avenue Langley 360-221-7777.

H.O.P.E.-Horsemanship Opportunities for Potential Equestrians offers therapeutic horseback riding for children, adults and families who are facing special challenges, including but not limited to: disabilities (physical, mental); crisis (family seperation); trauma (abuse); injury recovery. Lessons take place in Coupeville on Tuesdays and on Thursdays in Langley. Volunteers are also need to "take the lead and lend a hand".
For more information call 360-221-7656, email hope@whidbey.com or visit our website at www.hope-whidbey.org. Encouraging others to "Grab the Reins of Life with HOPE!"

H.O.W. Homeschoolers on Whidbey is an inclusive, non-profit organization offering support and information pertaining to home-based education. It seeks to provide a means by which members assist one another in the adventure of educating their kids at home! H.O.W. meets monthly and provides field trips and other organized activities for families. For more information call Bonnie Wallace at (360) 679-6785.

Clinton Chamber of Commerce is looking for people to "man" their kiosk at the "Gateway to Whidbey" that they plan to have open by this summer. The kiosk will be located behind the Chevron/Subway/Dairy Queen in Clinton. Contact lynae@whidbey.com or call her at 360-341-1418.

Island District, Mt. Baker Council, Boy Scouts of America
Scouting, It Works For Our Kids, Our Families, and Our Communities... If you or a member of your family are interested in joining Scouting or becoming a volunteer then you can simply contact us by calling:
425-338-0380
Between 9am and 5:30pm weekdays or by e-mail: islanddistrictchair@whidbey.com
The program begins with Cub Scouts - age 7 - 10 years old / Boy Scouts age 11 - 18 years old / Venturing (for young men and women) ages 14 - 20 years old. Be a part of the nations premier youth character development program that focuses on citizenship, patriotism, community service, and leadership all wrapped up in fun and adventure in the outdoors.

Summer Hill Retirement Community is in need of a volunteer for the Activities Department. This person would help with decorating, carrying out ongoing activities and help develop new ones. The volunteer would go along on outings to lunch or trips to festivities though out our community. There would be some office work involved and plenty of learning experiences from a qualified Activities Director. Contact activities director 360-678-1400

Greenbank Farm is having a party to celebrate the recent public acquisition of this wonderful property. Volunteers are sought  to assist with the preparation of the celebration and supervision of children's games, art activities, photography, videography and organizing door prizes. Musicians, entertainers and volunteers to help with the festival are asked to call: Rick Milasich 360-678-6666 or Naomi Zuver 360-730-2056.

Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens needs help pruning planting and caring for the garden. "One of the fun parts about this is that we always have a potluck at noon and the stove is warm." Volunteers meet at the gardens on the second Saturday of each month at 8:45 a.m. To Join them , call 360-678-1912 or e-mail for information meerkerk@whidbey.net .

United Way of Island County Need volunteers and many diverse areas. Contact untdwy@whidbey.net. or 360-675-1778 or : United Way of Island County, P.O. Box 798, Oak Harbor, WA, 98277.

The Whidbey General Hospital Auxiliary is a group of men and women who  exist to serve the 
hospital through fund-raising and/or volunteering time at the hospital. We have a myriad of volunteer opportunities that run the gamut from Visitor/ Clerical Assistance, to Gift Shop Sales. All volunteers at the hospital must undergo volunteer training. Volunteers must be over 18 years of age and must submit to a Washington State Patrol Background Check. If you would like more information, please contact Sally Fox at Whidbey General Hospital Volunteer Services, 678-7656 ext. 3246.

IMPAIRED DRIVING IMPACT PANEL OF ISLAND COUNTY  ( IDIPIC ) This panel is considered "creative sentencing" for those arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Minor in Possession (MIP), Negligence in the First Degree (where drugs or alcohol are involved), and Deferred Prosecution for these offenses. It is open to the public, and other attendees have included parents with teenage drivers, drivers' education students, professionals who work with DUI crash victims and/or offenders, and prospective speakers who are interested in being on the panels. Free to non-offenders and JCS-ordered youth. For more info contact JoAnn Hellmann at 675-8397 coordinator.

SCORE, Service Corps of Retired Executives, is a volunteer organization sponsored by the US Small Business Administration. We provide free one-on-one counseling to those starting a business or those in business wanting help with management, marketing or financial problems. We meet in Coupeville at the Island County Economic Development Group offices every Monday. Those wanting assistance can call 360-675-6889 for an appointment. E-mail icedc@whidbey.net
We also need one or two more volunteer counselors who have had business experience. I am presently the only SCORE counselor on the Island and could use the help! R L Chaney 360-675-6459 rlc@whidbey.net

Habitat for Humanity of Island County is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry. Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Habitat invites people of all backgrounds, races and religions to build houses together in partnership with families in need. Potential homeowners contribute sweat equity alongside volunteers to complete their home. For information, please call 360 679-9444. To register, go to http://www.islandcountyhabitat.org/index.php?pageID=6275_2 and follow the directions for VolunteerUP. Volunteer opportunities exist for office support, retail, construction, and family support. No experience is required.

 South Whidbey AmeriCorps Working hard to bring together resources for the entire community with special focus on the schools.  wbalck@sw.wednet.edu 

Veterans Memorial Committee of Island County, a 501 (c) (3) organization, incorporated for the sole purpose of causing a memorial to be placed within the Law and Justice Center in Coupeville to honor the men and women of the armed services of the USA. ethridge@whidbey.net

Citizens Against Domestic & Sexual Abuse (CADA) is Island County's domestic violence and sexual assault agency. We provide free, confidential assistance for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, elder abuse, rape, sexual harassment, stalking, child abuse, child sexual abuse or neglect, and other forms of interpersonal violence. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Lynn at (360) 678-9363 or email to lynn@cadacanhelp.org.

Oak Harbor Lions Club  provides many services to the community, including: eye exams & glasses; hearing testing & aids; free loans of medical equipment; handicap ramps; and other assistance to people in need. We Serve! For MEMBERSHIP information (360) 969-2276

Whidbey Island Share a Home (WISH)   P O Box 213, Freeland, WA 98249 Open Monday- Thursday, 10 am-3pm. WISH is a non-profit home-share program assisting in matching home-seekers in need of affordable housing with home-providers in need of financial assistance, home-services or companionship. Volunteer opportunities include: client intake and case management, office work, fundraising, and marketing. WISH does not receive county, state or federal funding; your donations are gratefully accepted. To volunteer, call 360-331-5910 or email wish@whidbey.com

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Emergency

American Red Cross Islands Chapter (Whidbey has merged with Fidalgo and San Juan Islands) Our locations: in Oak Harbor at 1150 S Dock Street and in Anacortes at 2900 T Avenue We have North and South Whidbey volunteer Disaster Action Teams Contact: Kim Cottrell, chief operating officer, 360-675-2912 Oak Harbor Office or kecottrell@gmail.com

Whidbey Island REACT is an all volunteer, not for profit organization dedicated to providing public service and emergency communications to our community. We monitor CB Channel 9 for emergencies.

Fire and Rescue in Island County depends on volunteers.

Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue
1164 Race Road, Coupeville, WA 98239
Phone: (360)678-3602

North Whidbey Fire and Rescue
Fire District #2
2720 N. Heller Rd., Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Phone: (360)675-1131

South Whidbey Fire and Rescue
Fire District #3
5535 Cameron Rd. Freeland, WA 98249
Phone: (360)321-1533

City of Oak Harbor
Fire Department
855 E. Whidbey Ave., Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Phone: (360)279-4700

Camano Island Fire & Rescue
Phone: (360) 629-3008

Medical Reserve Corps of Island County A group of professional medical personnel (volunteers) dedicated to supporting our communities during both an emergency and non-emergency situations and addressing health disparities within our local communities. You may already know how to perform some of the medical and health functions we so desperately need. In most cases, your training as an MRC team member will focus primarily on learning your local emergency and health procedures, trauma response techniques, use of specialized equipment, and other methods to enhance your effectiveness as a member. This non-military group of volunteers, functioning as team members to the County unit, are dedicated to the health and safety of our community. Island County Medical Reserve Corps is hosted by the Emergency Management and Health Departments. We also accept non-medical staff who are also reviewed for security purposes.
Please email a request for an application to Terry Clark, MRC Coordinator - islandmrc@yahoo.com.

Puget Sound Blood Center   Puget Sound Blood Center needs volunteers to support local blood drives throughout Whidbey Island by assisting as the donor monitor- observing donors for reactions while serving juice and cookies. Commitment levels vary but at least once per month; minimum 3 hrs. Contact: Naomi Demarest, Volunteer Services Coordinator (425) 299-8826 - cell naomid@psbc.org or visit www.psbc.org.

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Environment
 

W.E.A.N. Whidbey Environmental Action Network is a tax exempt non-profit advocacy group dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the native biological diversity of Whidbey Island and the Pacific Northwest. Volunteers are needed to help research County records for our ongoing legal actions to force Island County to comply with the Growth Management Act. We will train you. Contact WEAN at: wean@whidbey.net   360-579-4202.

WSU Beachwatchers We do baseline monitoring of 21 Island county beaches, we run the ships naturalist program on local ferries, we put on the annual Coupeville Water Festival, we staff and keep open the Admiralty Head lighthouse, and every January we host the Sound Waters environmental workshops. Moreover, we devote thousands of hours each year to educating the public about shoreline and island watershed processes.  Contact: Jan Holmes jholmes@whidbey.net

Whidbey Watershed Stewards Some of our projects include: Teaching students at the Maxwelton Outdoor Classroom, Creekside restoration projects, smolt counts, native plant classes. Contact:(360) 579-1272 : info@whidbeywatersheds.org

Friends of Camano Island Parks
PO Box 1385, Stanwood, WA 98292
(360) 387-0889

Whidbey Camano Land Trust
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust protects our islands' natural habitats and rural lands in partnership with landowners and the broader community. The Land Trust utilizes volunteers to help with stewardship, outreach and administrative activities. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact our office at info@wclt.org. Provide your full name, contact information and a short list of your skills and interests. Or call us at 360-222-3310.
 

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Government
 

Island County Treasurer's Office This office functions as the "bank" for the county offices and the junior taxing districts of Island County. We utilize part-time volunteers and interns both year round and seasonally to help with general office tasks and administration. Update taxpayer database records, provide taxpayer assistance, and help manage the paper flow in our Coupeville location. This is a wonderful opportunity to assist your local government and learn about its operation by contributing a few hours a week. Temporarily unemployed individuals and students are especially encouraged to apply - fill in a work history gap with community service, and include your new skills and experience when you update your resume or college application. We welcome all offers of volunteer service, stop by our office Monday through Thursday 9 - 4 or email us at treasurerwebinfo@co.island.wa.us
Please indicate "Volunteer" in the subject line of your email.

Community Health Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is to promote public participation in and identification of public health needs, to recommend public health policies and procedures by which Island County can address those needs, and to assist in assuring that health needs are met for citizens of Island County. The Advisory Board shall act strictly in an advisory capacity directly to the Island County Board of Health. Meetings are once a month and open to the public. Visitors are welcome. See our website for more information: www.pioneernet.net/chab

Environmental Health Assessment Team To engage the community in the process of assessing and resolving local issues of environmental importance to the community. This is a multi-year grant-supported project (one of very few in the nation!) sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control to facilitate an effective process empowering local communities to have a guiding hand in the development of such policies. This is an ongoing program with staff support. Meetings are once a month and open to the public. Visitors are welcome. See our website for more information: www.islandcounty.net/health/EHAT/EHATweb/application.pdf

Island County Mental Health Advisory Board Human Services Programs in Island County provide assistance in mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities services. Each of these areas has a designated County Coordinator who staffs citizen advisory boards, helps with program planning, writes contracts and grants, and oversees budgets. Most services are provided through private community organizations and agencies under contract with the County. Many would be surprised to know that hundreds of Island County citizens are helped every year through these programs. Unless you have had personal contact with someone who has been served by these programs, you may not even know of their existence. However, if you've ever experienced a need in one of these areas, you know that these services can literally be lifesaving for an individual or a family. If you are interested in participating in one of these volunteer advisory boards, please contact Jackie Henderson, Director, Island County Human Services Programs (360) 678-7881

Substance Abuse Advisory Board Island County Substance Abuse Advisory Board Members are appointed by the Island County Commissioners and provide valuable input and advice on planning and implementation of county substance abuse prevention, intervention and treatment services, for which public funds are utilized. This Advisory Board is comprised of volunteers with a variety of experience and/or interest in the substance abuse field, and a keen desire to help others, while at the same time helping to ensure that public funds are spent for maximum benefit to our community. Meetings are monthly, and the Board receives quality staff support from the Island County Health/Human Services department.
If you are interested in volunteering, please call Jackie Henderson, Director (360) 678-7881

Developmental Disability Advisory Board Some of the things that you and I take for granted seem to be out of reach for people with developmental disabilities. Friends, a job, a valuable place in the community are often missing from their lives. They are often segregated and separated, denied jobs or appropriate education and access to a community life. We have come a long way since facilitating placement of the formerly institutionalized back into our community. Early childhood education, more appropriate public education, job training and support, assisted living, family support services and many other supports and services that are now available in our community help people with developmental disabilities stay in their community and help them find what we all want and need... a place to belong. If you or someone you know needs help or information in any of these areas, or if you are interested in volunteering for our Advisory Board, please call the following number:
(360) 678-7880; or (360) 321-5111; or (360) 629-4522
 

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Political Action

League of Women Voters of Whidbey Island is a nonpartisan, political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in governent and influences public policy through education and advocacy. P.O. Box 1933 Oak Harbor, Wa 98277 Contact Emily Ramsey 360-678-8707

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Senior Citizens

AARP offers low cost Drivers Safety classes in Langley and oak Harbor. We need a volunteer willing to give 1 day a month to instructing these classes. Excellent online training provided. This volunteer position requires computer skills for online training, presentation skills and a commitment of 1 day a month for 8 hour classes in Oak Harbor and Langley. Please contact: Linda Sisson 360 420-9968 linda.k.sisson@gmail.com  

Senior Services of Island County is a non-profit corporation and is a United Way agency. The mission of SSIC, on behalf of older persons is to provide services and resources that improve their well being, promote personal independence and facilitate their participation in the life and affairs of the community.
You Too Could HELP
Volunteers Needed in the following programs :
Taking people to Dr. Appointments etc.(reimbursed Mileage).
Meals on Wheels: Driver to deliver meals.(reimbursed Mileage).
Adult Day Care: Funtime with Clients.
Community Thrift Store: variety of jobs. proceeds go to helping Senior Services
Contact volunteer@islandseniorservices.org

Camano Island Senior & Community Center
The Center has classes, activities, and trips open to all ages, as well as senior-specific educational and social programs. It is the heart of the senior community, offering varied opportunities for life enhancement and enrichment.
606 Arrowhead Rd, Camano Island, WA 98282

Regency on Whidbey Retirement Community has opportunities to share your talents and interests with some of the most gracious and experienced people on Whidbey Island... seniors.
Contact Heidi at 360-279-0933
 

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Youth and Children

Island District, Mt. Baker Council, Boy Scouts of America
Scouting, It Works For Our Kids, Our Families, and Our Communities... If you or a member of your family are interested in joining Scouting or becoming a volunteer then you can simply contact us by calling:
Al Bartlett at 360-675-5432
Between 9am and 5:30pm weekdays or by e-mail: alpine@whidbey.net

The program begins with Cub Scouts - age 7 - 10 years old / Boy Scouts age 11 - 18 years old / Venturing (for young men and women) ages 14 - 20 years old.

Be a part of the nations premier youth character development program that focuses on citizenship, patriotism, community service, and leadership all wrapped up in fun and adventure in the outdoors.

Readiness to Learn (R.T.L.) is a unique partnership between parents, school, and community working together to provide meaningful supports which will help children and youth succeed in school. R.T.L. is presenting a concert in the park on August 24th. We need volunteers to help with set up, parking, clean up, booth work and selling tickets. Contact Mickie Nowlin 360-221-6100 ext. 2212, mnowlin@sw.sednet.edu

South Whidbey Youth Connection (SWYC) provides after-school programs for middle school and high school youth. Its teen drop-in center, The Hub, located at 3rd & Anthes in Langley, gives local teens access to board and wii games (like X-Box and "Guitar Hero") foosball, air hockey, billiards, ping-pong, art activities, musical instruments, jam sessions, workshops, special events, field trips and movies. All these activities, as well as nourishing food, are provided free of charge. Phone 360.221.3230.

The Drop Inn serves young people (middle through high school age) and operates Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 2:30-5:30pm. The program provides a safe supervised place to go after school for recreation, movies, snacks and arts & crafts. "Youth Center kids" include scholars, athletes, artists, and musicians, as well as kids who just want to "hang out". SWYC is located in Langley at the corner of 3rd & Anthes and is easy to access by car or transit.
We are asking individuals to share just four afternoons a year (September-June). For some, a single event or short term visit might work better. In either case SWYC would like you to be part of this positive connection between youth and adults that is so vital to the health of this community.
   Recent SWYC surveys (6/96) indicate that a significant portion of youth who participate in the Drop Inn program feel disconnected from their neighbors and from community in general. The Drop Inn is a program designed to bridge this gap by bring community to youth. Contentment can be found in the sharing, in sparking creativity in young people, and by providing companionship to these young people. Adults who give this gift of time are the lifeblood of the program! Please feel free to reach me at SWYC 221-3230. We are looking forward to hearing from you!.....Patti Caione program coordinator

Harbor Haven Crisis and Respite Child Care
Child care is available to all families living in Island County. Our phone number is (360)678-4840. Our hours are Wednesday through Friday from 9:00 to 2:00 pm .  We are located at 307 S. Main St. in Coupeville. We are a 501c3. We provide temporary child care at No Cost. 

Coupeville Boys and Girls Club Do you have 30 minutes to share with a child? We are looking for volunteers who can give 30 mins or an hour once a month to help youth in Central Whidbey. We need escorts to help walk the kids from CES to the club; homework helpers during our PowerHour; art & crafts assistance; and people to just hang out and provide our youth with positive adult role models. (360)678-5640.

Coupeville Schools Volunteers need not be parents - any community members are encouraged to help in the schools - the children need our support! (360) 678-4551

Coupeville High School's Vocational Committee is looking for individuals who have experience in particular program areas as well a "members-at-large who have a desire to improve vocational education opportunity's for all students. Contact Sandy Heaman, Vocational Director at 360-678-4409 ext 237 or Charles Skow 360-678-5130.      }
 

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