Volunteer Opportunities

We currently have volunteer opportunities in the following areas:

  • Improving food security and nutrition to needy people by volunteering in local food banks, delivering meals to seniors and people with disabilities, or working in a congregate meals program. Food Security Opportunities
  • Leading exercise classes for seniors to help prevent falls so they can maintain their independence and continue to live at home. Senior Falls Prevention Opportunities
  • Improving reading and math skills by tutoring students in local schools. Tutoring Opportunities
  • Teaching English as a second language to adults or tutoring adults in basic literacy skills to economically disadvantaged individuals. Literacy Opportunities
  • Serving as a disaster volunteer to help people prepare for and recover from disasters. Disaster Opportunities
  • Volunteering at local organizations that focus on the culture and environment of our communities. Museum Opportunities

Please contact us to discuss how you can help us improve the lives of people in North Central Washington.
RSVP of North Central Washington
620 Lewis St.
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-662-3461
Toll Free: 855-853-RSVP (855-853-7787)
e-mail us at: info@rsvpncw.org

Below are links to download a brochure about the insurance benefits offered free to active RSVP volunteers and an RSVP enrollment form.

CURRENT LISTINGS

Youth Education Field Day Volunteer

RSVP is partnering with the Wenatchee River Institute at Barn Beach Reserve in Leavenworth, WA to recruit youth education field day volunteers. Volunteers will help students use binoculars to view birds and spawning salmon, use nets to collect insects, use a field guide to identify various organisms, and will supervise scavenger hunts, among other activities. […]

Volunteer Transcriber

RSVP is partnering with the Initiative for Rural Innovation & Stewardship (IRIS) to recruit volunteers who are interested in participating in the “Gathering our Voice” program to help gather and share stories from our past that can be used to help shape our future. Volunteers will help transcribe audio recordings to written text. Combined with […]

Address hunger in Okanogan County

We have a number of opportunities to help address hunger in Okanogan County, including: Food for All Gleaning Leader Food for All Gleaning Guru Food for All Garden Manager Food for All Garden Crew To learn more about these volunteer opportunities, contact RSVP of NCW at 509-662-3461, or send an e-mail to info@rsvpncw.org.

Tutoring Opportunities

We’re actively recruiting tutors to work alongside AmeriCorps members in the following schools: Chelan County:     Entiat Elementary School, Entiat     Manson Elementary School, Manson     Orchard Middle School, Wenatchee     Peshastin-Dryden School, Peshastin     Rock Island Elementary School, Rock Island Douglas County:     Cascade Elementary School, East Wenatchee   […]

Senior Falls Prevention Opportunities

Seniors falling and injuring themselves are one of the primary reasons for hospital admissions for older adults and one of the reasons people are unable to continue to live independently in their own homes. Exercise programs focused on strength and balance for older adults have been shown to be effective ways to reduce falls. We […]

Museum Opportunities

We’re looking for volunteers for the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Volunteers can serve as lobby hosts, exhibit hosts, help with marketing, fundraising, and membership activities, plus numerous other exciting volunteer opportunities. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center Please contact us if you’re interested in this volunteer opportunity. RSVP of North Central Washington P.O. Box […]

Literacy Opportunities

We partner with the Literacy Council of Chelan and Douglas Counties located in Wenatchee. Volunteers teach English as a Second Language and basic literacy skills to economically disadvantaged individuals one-on-one or in small groups. No other language than English necessary. No prior teaching experience necessary. Free training and support is provided. Three hours per week […]

Food Security Opportunities

Poverty is closely linked to hunger and food insecurity. Clearly, having the resources to obtain necessary food is critical to reducing hunger and food insecurity. Not having the resources to obtain food is one of the primary reasons people skip meals and slip from food insecurity into hunger. Poverty and the resulting hunger and food […]

Disaster Opportunities

Disasters are a common occurrence in North Central Washington. Wildfires and flash floods are common natural disasters in our region, but single family house fires are the most common disaster facing families. RSVP partners with the Apple Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross to provide relief to victims of disasters and to help people […]