We get it, finding the right opportunity can be tough. Let us help! Tell us the type of opportunity you are looking for and we’ll see if we can come up with some options for you.

Become a life-long volunteer

At Inspired Palouse, we believe that volunteering should be fun and rewarding for everyone. We want to help inspire life-long volunteers and we believe the best way to do that is to connect people with opportunities that match their interests.

We know from experience that it can be tremendously rewarding to spend a day helping Habitat build a home. However, what if your true passion is photography? How about helping Habitat photograph their build days and other events? Sure, you may come out once a year to help build because you do see the value, but how much more are you likely to volunteer if you are doing something you love at the same time?

Experts NOT Required

You don’t need to be an expert in any particular area to volunteer. If you are passionate about writing, but don’t yet feel like you are great at it, why not develop your skills while volunteering? Want to expand your leadership skills? Volunteer!

Tell us about you

In the form below, please tell us about yourself and what you are looking for in a volunteering opportunity. Think about what you’d truly enjoy doing. Be honest. If you love restoring old cars but can’t think of any way to connect that with volunteering, let us help! If you really want to help people, but you are really uncomfortable around too many people, don’t hesitate to let us know. There are many needs out there and we’ll do our very best to give you options that work for you.

Feel free to list any interests not included in the list above.
Don't hesitate to be honest, and don't be concerned if your availability is limited. If you are available from 2:00 AM - 5:00 AM every February 29 we'd still love to hear from you!
The more we learn about you the better we'll be able to find a match for you!
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 “I am only one, but I am one.  I cannot do everything, but I can do something.  And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.”

Edward Everett Hale