Support Y-WE, help equip our world-changing participants with necessary leadership skills, and make sure that our events run smoothly. We cannot do this without YOU!!
Fill out our volunteer application here to get started!
Here are the Top 5 ways we use volunteer help:
1. Provide transportation for youth and mentors to Y-WE events. You must have a valid driver’s license and car insurance, and you must pass a Washington State background check.
2. Help organize events, assist with marketing materials, and provide administrative help in our Y-WE Office in Seattle.
3. Outreach for in-kind donations of food and supplies and event sponsorship
4. Prepare lunches for young women and mentors at our monthly Y-WE Lead meetings and help with set-up and cleanup at our retreats or other events.
5. Help with our Ignite Dinner and/or other fundraising events. Contact Y-WE’s Development team at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
If you have interest in one of the above areas or another idea of how you want to help, please contact Program Coordinator, Tayah Carlisle, at email@example.com. We would be very pleased to talk to you about upcoming opportunities.
“I love volunteering with Y-WE! Seeing the girls grow and mature into confident young women is incredibly inspiring! In addition, the community of women and mentors has supported my own growth and provided me with my own role models. The inclusivity, warmth, and empowerment at Y-WE is unmatched!” -Surya Kotha
“The few times I’ve volunteered with Y-WE have been so much fun! I was welcomed with open arms and everyone (and I do mean EVERYONE) is so warm, light-hearted, and easy going. I started volunteering with Y-WE because, as Whitney Houston sings it, “I believe the children are our future…” Every single person has something to contribute to our community and I felt like empowering young women would be my niche. In actuality it was the young women of this organization that inspired me! I’m so amazed by the leaders of Y-WE and most especially the young members who continue to give me faith about our future generation.” -Leilani Ambion