How do I get started?
View our Volunteer Portal to see what opportunities are coming up. Once you find an opportunity that suits your availability and interests, you can self-register for that event. You will recieve a confirmation email a few days before the event with all the information you will need for your shift.
What are the benefits of volunteering?
Please visit our volunteer benefits page.
I'm interested in volunteering for a specific event. When will this opportunity be posted?
Volunteer opportunties are typically posted on Thursdays, three weeks before the event. Exceptions may be made for any last minute help requests from Cascade staff.
A volunteer position is filled, is there a chance I can still help out?
You can sign up to be on the wait list for any positions that are full. If someone cancels their registration, you will be automatically registered and recieve an email confirmation.
Are there volunteer opportunities outside the Puget Sound Region?
The majority of our volunteer opportunities are located within the Puget Sound Region. However, we do have some events that take place outside of the region. If you are interested in volunteering outside the Puget Sound Region, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I transfer my volunteer hours to someone else for event registration?
Unfortunately, volunteer hours are not transferable.
Can my child volunteer?
Youth can volunteer with Cascade for age-appropriate activities such as cheering on riders at the finish line. We ask that youth under the age of 15 years old are accompanied by a parent or guardian who can supervise tasks and that you contact the event organizer beforehand to verify availabilty of child-friendly positions .
Absence and lateness
The positions that volunteers fill are critical to Cascade. If you fail to show up, others must take on tasks you were expected to accomplish. If you are unable to attend a scheduled work day or will arrive late, please contact the event organizer with as much notice as possible.