National Volunteer Month
April is National Volunteer Month-Give BackLearn More »
Volunteers with Heart Winner!
Congratulations to Mable Sudduth for her 20+ years of outstanding work and dedication at The Volunteer Center of Whatcom County!Learn More »
Our Youth Helping America!
Did you know 55% of Youth Volunteer? Did you know youth contribute more than 1.3 billion hours per year? If family members volunteer, youth will too!Learn More »
Have Questions About Volunteering?
Volunteer info sessions available every week. Schedule yours today.Learn More »
Got a truck?
Volunteer for House 2 Home. Help make a difference in the lives of people who were recently homeless.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.
How to Get Connected in American Sign Language
Why go to the Volunteer Center?
The Volunteer Center and Growing Veterans on MLK Day
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.