Volunteer

We are excited to re-start volunteer events. We will begin hosting volunteer events slowly, so we can ensure all COVID-19 Safety Protocols are followed.

Volunteering with the GSP

Our volunteer events were on hold from March-October 2020 to limit the spread of COVID-19. Now that we better understand the virus, and have safety protocols in place, you will see volunteer events slowly added to the calendar of events below. We ask that you watch the video below before attending a volunteer event with us. The complete COVID-19 guidelines can be found here.

Volunteering with the Green Seattle Partnership is a great way to give back to your community, get outside, and improve the health of a local park. Whether you’re passionate about keeping our public parks healthy and green, need to complete a service requirement, or are just looking for a fun workout, we invite you to join us in restoring and caring for Seattle’s forest. If you have any questions please email info@greenseattle.org

Everyone can help keep our forested parks healthy and green! No experience necessary. Find a community event near you and dig in.

 

Stay Local or Discover Something New!

With over 1,500 events a year in 155 different parks, you’re likely just a stone’s throw away from the next volunteer event. One of the most exciting parts of the Green Seattle Partnership is that it empowers people to make the changes they want to see in their own communities. We seek to have all 2,500 acres of Seattle’s forested parklands under active restoration and maintenance, which means everyone will have access to healthy green spaces. 

 

What to expect when you volunteer with us

When you attend a Green Seattle event, you’ll get all the training you need when you arrive! However, if you’re curious about the kinds of activities you might be doing, or if you just want to prepare yourself, we have tons of resources available. Check out some of the videos below to learn more about planting, invasive removal, or other activities at our volunteer events! 

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