Community Service is for Everyone!    
Below are some not for profit organizations that Frank and his family support or are actively involved. We encourage you to find ways to help other human beings, in your community or abroad, donate your money or your time.

Volunteering made easy!
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.

OPERATION: Sack Lunch is the largest meal provider in the State of Washington. The people we serve are unable to access food in more conventional ways.

OPERATION: Sack Lunch currently serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days each week to the homeless children, women, and men, who call Seattle their home. We prepare and serve more than 17,000 meals per month with a small staff and volunteers.

We serve the majority of our meals at Seattle's Outdoor Meal Site which is located under I-5 at 6th and Columbia. The site is very inviting and contributes to the dignity and self-esteem of the folks we serve. Our host kitchen is the beautiful remodeled Compass Center at 210 Alaska Way South where we provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days each week to the residents.

Hours are 10 to 6 Tue - Fri / Sat 10 to 5

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Be a Computer Center Volunteer at InterConnection!
InterConnection's Computer Hardware Skills Program is our most popular volunteer program. Volunteers gain valuable computer hardware training and in so doing, refurbish computers for shipment to underserved communities around the world.

Free Training! Free Computer!
30 hours of Volunteer service will earn you your own computer and provide you invaluable information!

Click Here to visit Heifer International

Heifer helps families lift themselves out of poverty by assisting community groups to plan a livestock or agriculture project.Heifer staff meets with groups to make sure their goals are compatible with Heifer’s mission, and that the groups will be able to finish their projects. When a project is approved, Heifer trains the group in animal care, environmentally friendly farming, gender equity, and community development. Recipients also agree to share one or more of their animals’ offspring with others in need in what Heifer calls Passing on the Gift, multiplying the benefits of the original gift throughout the community.

Secular Humanists believe that rational thinking and human actions can reduce human suffering.

The Humanist Society applies humanism to daily life through a unique celebrant program, education, and community involvement.

Recognizing the important role life occasions play in individual and community life, the Humanist Society prepares Humanist Celebrants to lead ceremonial observances across the nation and worldwide. Celebrants provide millions of Americans an alternative to traditional religious weddings, memorial services, and other life-cycle events. Celebration of life is central to a meaningful humanist philosophy, and Humanist Celebrants officiate significant celebrations vital to humanist life.

Humanism embraces the principles of the Enlightenment that our Founding Fathers fought so hard to establish and protect: education, science, reason, tolerance, secular democracy, rule of law, self-government, fairness, civility and equal rights for all.

Humanists are among the 14% of Americans (and growing) who follow no religion or other mythologies. Humanists affirm that we must each take responsibility for our lives, our communities and the world in which we live. And that, through education, reason and science, we can each live fair, self-reliant, ethical and peaceful lives.

"In the present circumstances, no one can afford to assume that someone else will solve their problems.
Every individual has a responsibility to help guide our global family in the right direction.
Good wishes are not sufficient; we must become actively engaged."
~Dalai Lama

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