Get Involved – Volunteer
There are many gratifying ways to get involved at EGH and help women break the cycle of homelessness. We can work around your schedule, accommodate your needs, and utilize your skills to the best extent possible while getting you involved with Elizabeth Gregory Home.
Here are just a few of the volunteer opportunities available right now at EGH. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out our Volunteer Application Form. We’ll contact you as soon as possible.
Volunteer Opportunities at EGH
- Reporters, Writers and Editor for Newsletter, Website and social media
- Website Maintenance
- Cooking Class Instructor
- Chemical Dependency/ Addiction Specialists
- Monthly Pizza Party Sponsor
- Gardening/Yard work at the House
- Help Prepare Mailings
- Donation pickup and Backup driver for donation pickup
- Assist Women Moving Into New Housing
- Coat Drive organizer
- Beautician (haircuts and manicures)
Volunteer today and make a difference in the life of a homeless woman.
After moving to Washington State from Indiana, Victoria knew she wanted to volunteer at an organization serving a cause she could be passionate about. Victoria, who is both an RN and a psychotherapist, initially started her volunteer journey at EGH as a yoga instructor. Since then, she has been instrumental in developing Day Center hygiene . . . Read More “Victoria”
Diane – Volunteers are the Heart of EGH
“I can’t for the life of me remember how I first heard about Elizabeth Gregory Home (EGH),” Diane said. “It must have been a newspaper article or something.” Diane’s mother had just passed away and she needed something to do. “I started helping the ladies move in and out of the transitional house,” Diane continued. . . . Read More “Diane – Volunteers are the Heart of EGH”
Midge – Volunteers are the Heart of EGH
The first thing you notice about Midge is her smart British accent, but immediately thereafter her warmth and compassion shines through. That’s probably why the women we serve feel so comfortable opening up to her. Midge learned about EGH through the What If Network Seattle (WINS) group and began volunteering with EGH four years ago. . . . Read More “Midge – Volunteers are the Heart of EGH”
Marilynn grew up in a family committed to community service. When serving on the board of University District Ecumenical Parish four years ago, she heard Pastor Ron Moe-Lobeda, the former pastor of the University Lutheran Church and a founder of Elizabeth Gregory Home (EGH), speak about the impact EGH has had on at-risk and homeless . . . Read More “Marilynn’s Story”
Teresa Enjoys Volunteering at EGH
“I wanted to be involved with an organization that truly treated women with dignity and respect and I think that EGH does that better than other places.” Teresa A couple of years after retiring from her job at DSHS, Teresa Rich-Mackenzie read an article in the newspaper about homelessness that mentioned Elizabeth Gregory Home (EGH). . . . Read More “Teresa Enjoys Volunteering at EGH”