Help coordinate a supply drive for our Solid Ground residents and participants!
Supply Drive Coordinator Volunteer Position
Organize a supply drive to support our participants and residents (individuals and families who formerly experienced homelessness). Pick from one of our four current projects, and work with your friends or coworkers to collect specific items like pajamas for our young residents, move-in supplies to welcome participants into their new homes, or activity kits for our youth! Click on the project names below for descriptions of the individual supply drives!
*We are seeking new/previously unused supplies in their original packaging – thank you! *
Essential School Supplies
Broadview Youth Supply Kits
Kids Activity Kits
JourneyHome Move-in Kits
Sand Point Housing Resident Essential Supply Kits
Dropoff and Delivery
Items can be mailed to us at:
Solid Ground Transportation
ATTN: Leslie Wallace, Resource Development
8100 8th Ave S, Building A
Seattle WA 98108
Or a coordinated dropoff at:
1501 North 45th Street
Seattle WA 98103
Steps to Volunteer as a Supply Drive Coordinator
1) Complete the online Volunteer Intake form and have any of your friends/coworkers who are volunteering also fill out one.
2) Email our Volunteer Coordinator Lily at Volunteers@solid-ground.org and make a plan for coordinating items, deliver or drop-off, and details about your specific drive.
3) Complete a Donation Drive Volunteer Report and include a copy with each donation.
4) Keep track of your team’s donations on the In-Kind Charitable Contribution Form. Please provide us with as much detail as possible (Example: 10 pairs of kids’ pajamas from Amazon, value $100). This will help us keep accurate records and we can send you an in-kind donation acknowledgement after the donation is received.
Questions? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting you!
Please use this self-screening tool before every in-person training or volunteer session to keep yourself and others safe:
Solid Ground believes poverty is solvable. Volunteers play a critical role in helping us meet basic needs, nurture success, and spread change – so everyone in our community can achieve their full potential. BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color) and people with lived experience with poverty are encouraged to volunteer.