"I have a safe place to deal with issues I can't anywhere else. And I can afford it because the groups are free of charge."
There are a variety of ways in which to volunteer at SASG. We invite you to explore these possibilities!
Co-facilitate a group
Peer-facilitated support, discussion, and skills groups are the building blocks of SASG’s services. We provide free training and ongoing support and supervision to all of our group facilitators.
To learn more about this volunteer opportunity, contact SASG by phone: (206) 322-2437
Be the welcoming face (and voice!) of SASG.
Join our community as a front desk volunteer. Be the first to welcome newcomers to our house. Most SASG front desk volunteers spend one three hour shift each week in the drop-in area of our house. They answer phones, give referrals, explain our services, and chat with folks. If you’re interested in building friendships and community, this is the volunteer role for you!
To learn more about this volunteer opportunity, contact by phone: (206) 322-2437 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Help out with our largest fundraising event, the annual Christmas tree lot!
Each year, the backyard of SASG is transformed into our largest fundraising event, the annual Christmas tree lot. This event, which is almost completely volunteer-driven, provides a major portion of our annual operating budget. Plus, it’s fun! The Christmas tree lot begins the day after Thanksgiving and runs through Christmas Eve, but preparations begin long before that.
If you are interested in pitching in, or would like to bring a group of friends to work a shift for this neighborhood event, contact by phone: (206) 322-2437 or email: email@example.com
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