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We LOVE our volunteers! Volunteers make it possible for our small staff to offer the wide variety of programs and services it does. So whether you are looking for a one-time or on-going opportunity for an individual or a group, BDCC has many ways to contribute, have a positive impact, and make a difference.
If you don’t see something you’re looking for, please ask. Many volunteers also help the Community Center in very specialized ways, such as providing expertise on marketing, computer help, helping with fundraising, or designing publicity materials. And we're always looking for volunteers to take on leadership roles. Please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 360-886-1011 to apply for the programs that interest you most. All volunteers are required to complete a volunteer application.
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Duties are dependent on current needs. Opportunities include helping with building and landscape maintenance including weeding and planting, painting, cleaning and repairs.
Court-ordered Community Service
You can fulfill court-ordered community service requirements at BDCC, however, we are unable to work with those who have committed most felonies or any violent crimes. Although required by the court, your labor is very much appreciated! When you call, please specify that you have court-ordered community service hours.
Days of Giving
The BDCC has opportunities for local groups, businesses and churches who wish to volunteer in their community by organizing service days at the Community Center. Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the year and also include Make a Difference Day on the third Saturday of each October.
BDCC Youth Programs provide a variety of opportunities for youth to volunteer and provide service to their community. Adults may also volunteer as in such capacities as chaperones, mentors, instructors, and event judges to help with BDCC youth activities and events.
WANTED!! Someone to organize summer youth activities.
60+ Senior Programs
The BDCC 60+ Senior Program provides opportunities for adults to contribute to our community through active volunteerism. Become a volunteer driver, assist with event food preparation, (requires additional applications), meal service, set up/take down and cleaning after programs, organize field trips and more.