The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue utilizes volunteers each day to support local youth. Make a difference in the life of a child by sharing your time and talents with deserving Club members.
We do not accept court-ordered community service. You must be at least 16 years old to volunteer.
All program volunteers must complete a comprehensive screening before their involvement in any Club program. These background screenings include local, state-wide and national background checks for criminal history and sex-offender registry.
How can I become a volunteer?
Take a look at our current volunteer opportunities and:
- If you are an adult applying to volunteer fill out and return a completed volunteer application (specify interest area).
- If you are a teen applying during the school year, fill out and return a completed volunteer application (specify interest area).
- If you are a teen applying for a Leader in Training volunteer position, fill out a Leader in Training application.
Applications can be submitted via email or mailed to:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue
209 100th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Please allow up to 3 weeks for your application to be processed.
Volunteer as a Coach:
If you would like to volunteer as a coach or assistant coach for a seasonal sport, please email our Athletics Department.
Leader in Training (16+)
Learn leadership skills and gain valuable work experience in the summer. Commitment: 3 weeks (minimum) to 9 weeks in the summer. Hours are 9:30am – 4:00pm Monday-Friday. Excellent way to fulfill volunteer hours for graduation. Fill out the Leader in Training Application. Registration opens in May.
Morning or Afternoon Summer Camp Volunteers
The Club needs energetic volunteers to support our extended care camps for elementary youth. Volunteers must commit to at least 2 days per week from 8am-9:30am or 4pm-6pm. This program is offered at several locations: Eastside Terrace, Hidden Village, Spiritwood Manor, South Bellevue CC, and Downtown Clubhouse.
Spanish Speaking/Writing Administrative Support
The Club is in need of fluent Spanish speaking and writing volunteers to help translate important Club documents as well as assist our Spanish speaking customers with registration.
Support Teen Workforce Development
Get involved with our career development program for teens. Opportunities include job readiness skills workshops, leadership workshops, career panels, company tours, teen internships, special projects, and more! - Individuals or small groups
Host a Workshop
Share your passions and expertise with our kids to help enhance our programs! Either one time or in a series of classes. Desired topics include: coding for kids, robotics, video game design, music, career exploration, aerospace, fitness and sports, yoga, gardening, cooking, photography, engineering, fine arts, and digital art. - Individuals or small groups
Club Service Project
One time opportunity (1-3 hrs). We are looking for a group of volunteers to come out for a day of service at one of our Clubs. Projects would include: snack packing, outside maintenance, cleaning windows and interior surfaces, cleaning our Club vans, organizing program supplies, etc. Please email for available dates.
Lend Your Talent!
Do you have skill that we could benefit from? Are you skilled in fundraising? Can you provide training support for our staff to increase our impact? We want to hear from you!
Leaders in Training Application
Coach a Team!
Help kids develop their skills and learn the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship. (2-3 hrs per week)
Contact Athletics for more information
Group Volunteer Project
Organize a group to volunteer for a day at one of our Clubs! Have fun and help keep the Club looking nice all year! (1-3 total hours)
Sponsor a Drive
Collect new/unused sports equipment or other supplies to support Club programs!
Tutor in one the Club's 10 after-school locations. Help kids stay on track in school!
Do you need volunteer hours for high school graduation? Have fun and get your hours volunteering at the Club!
Leaders in Training
Learn leadership skills and gain valuable work experience as volunteers! (3-9 weeks in summer) Registration opens in May.
Interested in helping out at one of our special programs or events? Please see our current volunteer openings for updated postings.
Interested in donating program supplies and equipment? Please contact the Downtown Club at (425) 454-6162
New and unused supplies are preferred, but we will gladly accept gently used items in good condition.
- Construction Paper
- Spanish/English beginner reader level books
- Mandarin Chinese/English beginner reader level books
- K-5th grade level books
- Colored Pencils
- Oil Pastels
- Air Drying Clay
- Soccer Cones
- Glue Sticks
- Watercolor sets
- Origami Paper
- Soccer balls
- Foam dodgeballs
- Jump ropes
- Rubber playground balls
- Small whiteboards
- Contact paper
- White paper or art paper
- Liquid glue
- Tissue paper
- Googly eyes
- 1-inch binders
- Notebook paper
- Flag football belts and flags
- Bowling pins
- Washable Markers
- Dry Erase markers
- Tie-Dye kits
- Sidewalk chalk
- Playing cards
- Hula hoops
- Pipe cleaners
- Magic Erasers
- Cleaning Wipes
- Hand Sanitizer
- Board games
- Food coloring dye
- Ziplock bags
- Plastic String (assorted colors)