Ward Service Project Opportunities

Below is a list of potential service opportunities that each ward may want to consider for their Ward National Day of Service projects. There may be some members that have limitations and could help with various types of projects. We have also included projects from JUSTSERVE.ORG website. Please work with your ward JustServe specialists to assist with service projects. 


Vine Maple Place

A Christian organization that breaks the generational cycle of homelessness by working with single parents and their children.
Unit Cleaning
Grounds Maintenance
Women’s Wear-to-work Clothing
Hygiene Kits
Meals-In-A-Bag Kits
Family Fun Kits

Undaunted Women

Refugee Starter KITS
Undaunted Women is an organization that advocates and gives aid and friendship for refugees trying to navigate their new lives in the United States.  Undaunted Women are collecting NEW items to put into Refugee Home Starter Kits that are given to new refugee families when they first arrive to get them started in the new life here in the US.

Kent Food Bank

Top Items We Need
Low sodium soup – condensed and ready to eat
Low sodium canned vegetables
Canned tomato products
Canned fruit
Canned proteins – SPAM, tuna, chicken
Ready to eat meals – chili, Chef Boyardee
Canned or bagged beans
Diapers and Formula
Office supplies – paper, pens, garbage bags
Donations accepted every Tues, Wed, Thurs and Friday from 9 am to 2 pm
Kent Food Bank 515 West Harrison Street Kent, WA 98032

The Storehouse Covington’s Food Bank

Food Drives – One of the best ways to support The Storehouse is through planning and hosting a food drive! Email us at info@covingtonstorehouse.org for a current list of high-need items. We’ll work with you on marketing, goal setting, and help you in making your food drive a success. We’ll then schedule a time for you to drop it by.
Please note, we are currently not accepting textiles or household items. 
Please do not donate if food items are open, expired, frozen, or home-baked goods.

Operation Gratitude Care Packages

Because our Deployed Troops and First Responders can’t stop, we won’t stop! Join us as we continue to give back and say “Thank You” to all who serve by volunteering virtually from home. Our #VirtualVolunteerism campaign will allow every American the opportunity to support Deployed Troops, National Guardsmen, First Responders, and Emergency Medical Personnel on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are writing letters, knitting, crocheting and sewing handmade items and making paracord bracelets. For more information, please visit the following link:

BillionGraves Take Photos of Gravestones

The world’s largest GPS-linked cemetery data resource. As you take photos with the BillionGraves app, each gravestone is automatically marked with a GPS location. The data is then made readily available at BillionGraves.com for free for millions of families around the globe for generations to come.

Bloodworks Northwest – Donate Blood

To donate blood, visit the Bloodworks site and schedule an appointment. Many dates and locations are being offered. Just type in the zip code or city desired and search.

Tukwila Children’s Clothing Bank

Sorting and Organizing Needed for Local Children’s Clothing Bank 
Come help Tukwila Children’s Clothing Bank sort, organize, stock shelves and racks of their newly donated children’s clothing items for the clothing bank. This is a flexible project where you can schedule a date and time that works for you and or your group.  This could be a great youth project as weekday evening hours or weekends could be scheduled based on need. There is one standing routine time that organizing takes place which is the 2nd Saturday of every month from 9am to noon in case you want to join in or make it a routine monthly project. The clothing is used for any children in need within the community but also helps aid in time of tragedies such as home or apartment fires, homelessness and refugee resettling.  To coordinate and schedule a date and time, contact Katrina Dohn at katrinadohn@gmail.com

Open Doors for Multicultural Families

We are passionate parents who have children with developmental disabilities, professionals who care about people with disabilities and valued community volunteers. We founded this Organization in June 2009 after more than a decade’s collaboration on projects specifically designed for serving and supporting multicultural families with family members with developmental disabilities and special health care needs.


Saturday, September 17, 9:00 a.m. to noon, Rain or shine
East Hill: Golden Steer Restaurant (23826 104th Ave SE)
Downtown: Kherson Park (307 West Gowe)
West Hill: West Hill Plaza (24700 Military Road)
or Clean your own location
We provide: Garbage bags Garbage disposal  Safety vests Litter grabbers

City of Covington
Park Volunteer Projects

Park improvement projects can often be completed with the help of volunteers.For more information on park improvement projects, call (253) 480-2400 and request to speak to the Parks Division.

Help Beautify Seattle Washington Temple Grounds

Extra hands are needed in order to keep the Seattle Washington temple grounds maintained and looking beautiful. Any sized group, individuals or denomination is welcome to participate to help weed, rake and prune the outdoors.  The work can be scheduled anytime Monday through Saturday.  Contact Richard Nelson, the grounds supervisor, at 425.495.4746 to ask questions or to sign-up a group. Bring your own gloves!

Catholic Community Services Renton Projects

Multiple outdoor service projects to choose from.


Kent Community Foundation