VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Marysville

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Marysville

• The Marysville Police Department needs volunteers to help fight crime in its Marysville Volunteer Program. Get First Aid and CPR training and learn how to use the police radio. Volunteers must pass a background check, get fingerprinted and be able to physically perform the duties as required. Call the MVP office 360-363-8325, leave a message if no one is there or email msac@marysillewa.gov or visit www.ci.marysville.wa.us to download an application.

Arlington

• Take a Vet to Lunch Saturday, Sept. 13, 5 – 8 p.m., at the Assembly of God Church, 201 N. Stillaguamish Ave., Arlington. Looking for businesses to host tables, volunteers to assist in the lunch and local talent to entertain. Contact Bob Rawe, 360-629-5054 or bobsoutback@verizon.net.

• Volunteers needed at Arlington Kids’ Kloset (Old Arlington High School) supplies local children with two wardrobes a year (fall and summer), along with new shoes, socks, underwear, personal products and school supplies. Give one or two hours a week on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Help is needed sorting, washing, displaying shelves, office work and fundraising, some can be done at home, like laundry or mending. Contact 360-435-4875.

• Sarvey Wildlife Rescue needs volunteers over age 14 to help care for injured animals. For information www.sarveywildlife.org or call 360-435-4817.

• Purrfect Pals, a no-kill cat shelter based in Arlington, adopts out 2,000+ cats each year. For more information, www.purrfectpals.org, email Kathy at reception@purrfectpals.org, or call her at 360-618-0417.

• Stillaguamish Senior Center needs volunteers for bingo on Tuesdays and Fridays and van drivers for special events and to deliver food for the food bank Mondays. Call Karen at 360-653-4551 ext. 228.

• Arlington Food Bank needs drivers once a week and people to hand out food on Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 – 7 p.m. Call 360-435-1631 or stop by 127 1/2 W. Cox, Fridays, 1 – 2 p.m. and Tuesdays, 6 – 7 p.m.

Snohomish County

• Volunteers needed for United Way’s Days of Caring on Sept. 12 or 13. Volunteer teams and individuals can log on at United Way’s website at www.uwsc.org and click on “Volunteer” to register for a project, or call Michelle Morris at 425-374-5534 or email michelle.morris@uwsc.org for help in finding a project.

• Mother’s Against Drunk Driving needs volunteers in Snohomish County. Call 800-927-6080 or 888-364-6233 or visit maddpnw.org.

• Housing Hope seeks volunteer builders. Call Jenny Cline, Housing Hope’s Community Relations Manager, at 425-347-6556.

• Stanwood Community and Senior Center is looking for volunteer drivers who enjoy people and travel. All costs (lunch or admissions) are covered. Please contact Sandy Kitchens after 1 p.m., Monday -Friday at 629-7403 ext. 112.

• Housing Hope seeks volunteer builders. Call Jenny Cline, Housing Hope’s Community Relations Manager, at 425-347-6556.

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