Want to help out your community?
Volunteering with the city is a great place to start!Volunteering is essential to creating a safer, more welcoming community. It gives an opportunity for you to get to know others and feel like you’re making a difference. Ridgefield can accommodate all kinds of helpers with any type of abilities and whether you are looking for long term volunteering or just a day, you are always welcome to join our volunteers.
Ready to make a difference?The City of Ridgefield has many volunteer opportunities including helping at events, outdoor duties, community service and more! All City of Ridgefield volunteers must complete and sign a release and return it to Megan DeMoss at City Hall, Megan.DeMoss@ci.ridgefield.wa.us, in order to participate in an event. Click here for the release.
For Other Volunteer Opportunities Please Contact:American Legion, Post 44 https://centennial.legion.org/washington/post44 360-903-3466
Council for the Homeless 2500 Main Street, Vancouver 360-993-9561 https://www.councilforthehomeless.org/ email@example.com
Family Resource Center 510 Pioneer Street https://www.compassion360.org/family-resource-center 360-619-1412
Friends of the Ridgefield Community Library https://folridgefieldwa.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge https://ridgefieldfriends.org email@example.com
Neighbors Helping Neighbors 21814 NW 11th Avenue, Ridgefield Ridgefield Neighbors 360-887-3354
Ridgefield Art Association http://www.ridgefieldartassociation.com/ RidgefieldArtAssociation@gmail.com
Ridgefield Lions Club https://www.ridgefieldlions.org/
Ridgefield Main Street www.ridgefieldmainstreet.com firstname.lastname@example.org