Coach Neil Orint and the 2011 WS Flames BU-16
The WS Flames BU-16 team participated in a community volunteering event on Saturday, October 1, 2011 through the Nature Consortium, a local group that's
restoring the Duwamish greenbelt, which surrounds some of our soccer fields.
Coach Neil Orint tells the WSSC Board that they choose to participate in the event to build team unity and promote community spirit; plus the hours count towards the 60-hour requirement for volunteer time mandated by most high schools.
|"We restored about an acre of land so that indigenous plants can take hold. It was great fun and a very good team event and I recommend it for other teams - we'll do it again next year for sure."|
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United Way of King County
Has many different kinds of volunteer opportunities, including one-time and ongoing projects.
Helps match volunteers up with interests and location.
Treehouse for Kids
A retail-like store (clothing brand) environment where foster children and their caregivers shop for free for new and used items. Contact: Yvette, 206-267-5117, email@example.com
Lifelong Aids Alliance
Clothing bank and other services. Located one block from SAAS. Contact: 206-957-1653.
Serves as a link between surplus food sources and hungry people. Food LifeLine accepts bulk food donations that are too large to be handled at neighborhood food banks, sorts and repackages the food into family-sized packages, then distributes the packages to food banks, meal programs and shelters. Contact: Denise Mulenga at 206-545-6600 x 247.
Has both a warehouse and food banks always in need of help.
Serves meals in the Pioneer Square area.