If you love to give in the West Seattle Junction, this is the place for you.
Join the growing number of volunteers who are doing good in the Junction neighborhood.
The West Seattle Junction is a thriving community located in the heart of West Seattle. We are seeking ongoing opportunities for volunteers to spend worthwhile time making the Junction a thriving and exciting place to live. Opportunities range from festival support, to Junction ambassadors, to street team, to Junction clean-up.
We also have volunteer opportunities during our many community festivals including: Summer Fest, Harvest Festival, Spring Clean Up, Hometown Holidays, and Art Walk. Photo by Junction volunteer Tami Littlejohn.
Currently we’re accepting volunteers for:
Art Walk, second Thursday of each month. Art Walk Street Team! Guide attendees to art openings and restaurants during art walk night. Stroll the streets handing out maps and helping folks find the event participants. You can also register to distribute posters and maps the beginning of each quarter. New in 2018 be the admin guru and social media expert. You’ll be the Art Walk (with some help from Junction staff of course) by posting the Art Walk across the city calendars and guides. Love art and want to spread the word? Sign up to hand out information to businesses and artists on ways to get involved. Sign up here.
West Seattle Farmers Market – An Incredible Feast September 23rd, 5-8pm Center for Urban Horticulture. It’s the Neighborhood Farmers Market’s annual fundraiser to support Washington Farmers and the Good Farmer Fund! The Farmers Market has asked if our trusty Junction volunteers could help them with one of their largest fundraisers of the year. Of course we said YES! The Farmers Market is looking for a number of volunteers to support An Incredible Feast. You can complete the volunteer application and see the tasks here. Please email Leah : at the Seattle Farmers Markets by August 20th.
West Seattle Late Summer Wine Walk, Friday September 28th 5pm to 9pm. It’s time for wine! Join the Junction as we host the Late Summer Wine Walk. We need your help producing another very popular Wine Walk. You can sign up now to help set up, check people in, take photographs or rove the streets. Each volunteer will receive a Wine Walk glass and six tasking tickets as a thank you! It’s a popular event for volunteers, so sign up soon right here!
Want to learn about all the Junction opportunities?
Tuesday, October 9th 6pm to 6:45pm. Junction Office: 4210 SW Oregon St, Suite A. We are located above Shadowland on California Ave and SW Oregon. Enter off Oregon, look for the red door. The Junction office is the first door on the right.
Harvest Fest Sunday, October 28th 10am – 2pm – It’s a community favorite, Harvest Fest! We extend the Farmers Market street closure all the way down California Ave to bring a fall festival that’s a local crowd pleaser. Free activity booths, a kids costume parade, a root beer garden, chili cookoff, applepalooza and trick or treat. The fun goes on and on during this beloved event. Your volunteer hours helps support close to the 5,000 people who will be ready to celebrate the season. You can sign up now for Harvest Fest: www.volunteersignup.org/QDFBP
Swag Bag Stuffing Party Thursday, November 8th 11am to 2pm – We’ll be finishing up a neighborhood grant in late October which includes compiling coupons, stuffing swag into swag bags, distribution of bags and distribution of neighborhood buttons. This will be a group lunchtime activity (lunch provided of course!) meet at the Great American Diner: 4752 California Ave SW. www.volunteersignup.org/HCALT
Want to know more about the full range of opportunities? Complete the registration below.
Join the volunteers who make the West Seattle Junction a great place!
The mission of the West Seattle Junction Association is to develop, encourage, promote and participate in activities that enhance a healthy economic, social and environmental climate for the West Seattle Junction community.
The West Seattle Junction Association was established as a Business Improvement Area in 1987 to carry out parking, clean up, beautification and promotional activities in the business district. Our efforts are directed to create a vibrant community business district with a healthy mix of small specialty businesses and smaller retail chains that will attract shoppers for their recreational, dining and shopping needs. One of largest community events is the West Seattle Summer Fest, our annual three-day summer street festival.