Volunteering builds community

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Candace and Ruth are front desk volunteers
According to the Corporation for National and Community Service, you strengthen your community and your social network when you volunteer.
 
You make connections with the people you are helping, and you cultivate friendships with other volunteers.

Volunteering can be as simple as answering telephones, helping plan an event, typing lists, working in the thrift store or simply sharing a warm smile to those entering the front door.

Your Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center needs your talents, your skills and a little of your time. Shifts are typically one 4 hour session per week.

Are you a ‘stay at home’ mom wanting to use your talents? We currently are seeking volunteers of all ages for the following positions:
  • Front Desk Receptionists
  • Accounting skills
  • Thrift Store Cashiers

Contact Gina or Theresa at 206-365-1536 or drop by to complete a Volunteer Application. Volunteering adds fun to your years!



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