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One Seattle Day of Service returns with volunteer opportunities

Help take care of our city by getting your hands dirty with gardening, furniture repair, and more.

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell poses with kids and other volunteers wearing blue One Seattle t-shirts in a field.

Just like last year, many of the volunteer events are family friendly.

Photo via the Seattle Mayor’s Office

Get ready to roll up those sleeves, folks. The One Seattle Day of Service is returning for its third year in a row — and with it, thousands of volunteer opportunities.

This year, the citywide event lands on Saturday, May 18 with a variety of jobs including park beautification, staffing informational booths, furniture restoration, gardening, and helping out at the West Seattle Bee Festival. The open roles also range in required skill level, with most open to all accessibility types.

Volunteers must register for any of these opportunities, but enrollment is free for all of them.

If you can’t make it out this weekend, the city also has suggestions for those still looking to give back to their community, including: