Health and Human Services

Center Pointe

This non-profit United Way member agency offers classes and activities based on the principles of recreational therapy. Classes are offered to individuals with developmental disabilities living in the Spokane area. Volunteers are always needed in the crafts, reading and social club programs. They also use one-on-one mentors to help clients that are more severely disabled. For more volunteer information call Heidi Bell at Center Pointe 509-325-5451

Holy Family Adult Day Center

The Center's participants come from a variety of backgrounds, income levels, and living situations. HFADC is governed by a local, volunteer board of Directors representing the interests of the community. Service opportunities include crafts, recreational activities, exercises, general health monitoring, cooking & budgeting classes. For more information visit, e-mail, or call 509-482-2475


The mission of L'Arche Spokane is to create and live Christian among people with developmental disabilities and those who assist them in their homes. As a volunteer one would work with a team to provide quality of life for all in one's home, develop skills in communication, team work, and relationships, and have ones life be forever changed. For more information visit, email,  or call 509-483-7358

Lilac Blind Foundation

The mission of the Lilac Blind Foundation is to provide blind and partially sighted people with training and adaptive aids that will allow them to live satisfying lives by restoring, maintaining, or increasing their independence. Our priority is to help blind and partially sighted people gain the same access as sighted people to available technology and informational resources. With proper training, and possibly adaptive aids, blind and partially sighted people can continue the same activities they enjoyed before their vision loss, and remain living independently within their homes.
For more information visit, e-mail, or call 509-328-9116

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels delivers hot, nutritious meals to home bound elderly and disabled persons in Spokane Valley. We also operate 2 senior lunch programs where seniors who are not home bound can come together and share a nutritious meal and socialization. Volunteers provide a daily check on the well-being of our meal recipients, helping to obtain timely assistance in the case of a medical emergency.  Many times, our volunteer is the only human contact the client has on a daily basis.   Volunteer Opportunities include driving and delivering meals, housekeeping, grocery shopping, and serving meals in the senior lunch programs. For more information visit or call 509-456-0397

Spokane AIDS Network (SAN)

The Spokane Aids Network is a community based, non-profit agency dedicated minimizing the impact of, and maximizing awareness about AIDS and other consequences of HIV infection on communities and individuals in the Inland Northwest. Front desk, food programs, and education outreach volunteers needed. For more information call 509-455-8993 visit

The Arc of Spokane

Our goal at the Arc is to make Spokane a better place to live for people who have a developmental disability and their families and for everyone else in our community. A welcoming and inclusive community values and enriches every one of its members. Donate clothing & household items. Volunteer with the Arc Community Center or at The After School Club. For more information visit or call 509-328-6326

Volunteer Chore

Our goal is to improve the quality of life for the elderly and disabled, hoping they will be able to remain in their own homes for a longer period of time. The volunteer hours given help to obtain that goal through transportation, yard work, shopping/errands, laundry, respite/personal care
For more information visit or call  509-328-8400

Special Olympics

We provide a year-round program of sports training and competition for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Volunteer through events, committees or coaching. For more information visit  or call 206-361-4949