Community Action is an essential service during COVID-19. More people are unemployed and face an uncertain future. You can give them hope. Our Food Distribution Center gets food to all open food banks. WIC is keeping kids healthy. Our shelter keeps homeless families safe. We are helping more people than ever before to pay their energy bills. Our Motel Voucher Program is housing vulnerable street homeless during this crisis. We need your help. Your gift helps us respond to the greatest need during changing, challenging times.
During COVID-19, neighbor helping neighbor is more important than ever.
Interested in volunteering with Community Action? We are in need of assistance right now with the following essential positions! We are using all the latest COVID-19 preventive measures to keep volunteers and clients safe.
Click the learn more button below to view our current volunteer opportunities.
Families and individuals come to us needing items vital for health and life: food, toiletries, jackets, tents, sleeping bags, gas for a car to get to work – you name it, and we’ve tried to connect people with what they need to get ahead. Previously, community members, churches, civic clubs and others generously ran donation drives to provide basic need items for us to give away.
Due to COVID-19, we are now doing things a little differently. Click the learn more button below to see if we can find a placement for your donation.
Together, we are making a difference in the lives of 1 in 3 people in Skagit County. Click the link below to learn more about our programs and services and the impact you have on those in your community.
Looking for other volunteer opportunities in the community? Check out our free service, the Skagit Volunteer Center, for volunteer opportunities with 160+ nonprofit organizations. At this time, only Essential Services should be operating volunteer programs. Note the COVID-19 guidelines for volunteers and organizations, to make sure you are volunteering in a way that protects your health and safety, as well as that of all other community members.