A celebration of Brews and Brats! All proceeds will benefit the Volunteer Center of Whatcom County. Friday, September 19th, 2014!Learn More »
Project Homeless Connect
Thank you volunteers! We served over 520 people on July 25.Learn More »
Who will be our next Volunteer with Heart?
Do you know a volunteer who deserves a great big thank you?Nominate them for a Volunteers with Heart Award!Learn More »
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Volunteers with Heart
Congratulations to Kasey Potzler, our latest Volunteer with Heart!Learn More »
1 in 4 Americans Volunteer
Volunteering continues to be a vital component of the fabric of our nation, enriching both our communities and those who serve.Learn More »
Volunteering Strengthens Employment Prospects
Volunteers have higher odds of finding a job after being out of work than non-volunteers.Learn More »
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Vision & Mission
Vision: Everyone in Whatcom County can contribute to and gain from volunteerism to meet community needs and build community vibrancy.
Mission: The Volunteer Center of Whatcom County mobilizes volunteers to meet community needs, builds capacities of organizations to effectively engage volunteers, and inspires support for community service.
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Why go to the Volunteer Center?
The Volunteer Center and Growing Veterans on MLK Day
- Can you help a child learn to ride a bike?
With your help we can open the door to thousands of Whatcom County youth who need ONE positive influence in their lives to help make an lasting impact. Will you…
- Do you think every kid should succeed in school? We do too....and you can help! http://whatcomvolunteer.galaxydigital.com/volunteer/agency/need/do-you-think-every-kid-should-succeed-in-school-us-too-/?need_id=43691
- Nice article about the Project Homeless Connect Event this last Friday!
Hundreds seek help at Project Homeless Connect in Bellingham | Local News | The Bellingham Herald
BELLINGHAM - Hundreds of people showed up to get their eyes checked, their teeth worked on and their hair cut Friday, July 25, during a one-day event at Bellingham High School to help the homeless and the poor.
Washington State volunteer centers and connector organizations have engaged in an extensive process assessing the future of volunteering and service in our state, creating the Washington Serves plan. Join our campaign to support volunteerism. Just sign on in support of the plan and help galvanize Washington State to invest in volunteering and service.