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Help Feed the Hungry @ Food Lifeline
Tue, Sep 23 6:00pm
Food Lifeline - Shoreline Volunteer Repack Center

Chop, dice and stir - give it a whirl!
Sun, Sep 28 10:00am
FareStart Contract Kitchen

Packet stuffing for KITH Gala (Kirkland)
Thu, Oct 2 5:30pm

Harvest Hoedown
Sun, Oct 5 2:45pm
Sodo Park

North Helpline
Sat, Oct 11 9:30am
North Helpline

Chop, dice and stir - give it a whirl!
Sun, Oct 12 10:00am
FareStart Contract Kitchen

Food Bank @ St. Mary's
Sat, Oct 18 9:15am
Food Bank @ St. Mary's

Take a Bite Out of Hunger - Set Up
Sat, Oct 18 9:30am
St. Demetrios Hall

Chili Cook-Off and Auction (Shoreline)
Sat, Oct 18 3:00pm
Shoreline Conference Center

Help feed the hungry with Union Gospel Mission
Sun, Oct 19 4:30pm
Seattle's Union Gospel Mission Mens' Shelter

Volunteering with One Brick is as easy as 1... 2... 3...

Become an Event Manager

One Brick chapters are 100% volunteer-run! We have no employees... we don't even maintain an office. But we DO have a lot of dedicated volunteers who make it all happen. And we're always looking for more people like YOU to help.

Find out more by emailing seattle at

Non Profits:
Request Help from One Brick

One Brick is always looking for new organizations to support. If you have a project or event suitable for a group of 15+ volunteers, read on for more information about how to request our support.

1. Pick an event

3. Have Fun


About One Brick

One Brick brings volunteers together to support other non-profit organizations by adopting an innovative twist to the volunteer experience: we create a friendly and social atmosphere around volunteering, and after each volunteer event, we invite volunteers to gather at a local restaurant or cafe where they can get to know one another in a relaxed social setting.

Our 'commitment-free volunteering' allows you to choose when you volunteer, rather than having to make commitments for a certain number of volunteer hours, or agree to be available every week at a specific time.

Volunteering made easy!