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From volunteering in a Hopelink food bank or helping an adult student prepare to take the GED exam, to hosting a food or fund drive, to making a monetary or in-kind donation, there are many ways to help Hopelink build a stronger community.
Each year, more than 3,500 volunteers donate tens of thousands of hours to help Hopelink make a difference in our community. Volunteer opportunities include helping students work toward a GED or learn English For Work, help with special events, travel assistance, “gleaning” with Sno-Valley Harvest, clerical help and working in a food bank. Call 425.869.6066 for more information or visit our volunteer page.
Financial contributions help change lives! There are three ways to put your money to work in the community:
Hopelink’s Campaign for Lasting Change will double the number of individuals receiving the tools to exit poverty; it will ensure more people receive healthy food from our food banks, and provide more housing for those who are homeless. Click here for more details about our campaign, and to find ways that you can become involved.