Join our volunteer team to ensure all communities in Washington are walkable.
Feet First is a small nonprofit and every volunteer makes a big impact on the work we do—volunteers and interns work side by side with staff, board, and committee members to manage projects and events.
There is a lot of room for leadership, initiative, and making change; steps taken by our volunteers and interns often leave a lasting and meaningful mark.
"As an event coordination intern, I had a really great time and had great opportunities. The people at Feet First have a passion for making communities walkable, and I was impressed with that. I am headed back to my home country, but I would like to come back to Seattle in a few years, and look forward to see how the city has changed."
Sign up to volunteer here, or select from one of our currently needed volunteer positions below.
For current volunteers: please log all your hours spent volunteering by submitting them here (this helps the grants team, as many grantors ask how much time our volunteers donate.)
Last year over 2100 hours were logged, which is impressive, but we suspect the actual number may be higher than that. Help us win grants for Feet First projects by logging all of your volunteer hours. Thanks!
Here are some different ways YOU can get involved!
Interested in volunteering with Feet First, but don’t see anything up there that strikes your fancy?
Contact our Volunteer Coordinator to discuss setting up a volunteer project more suited to your interests and skill set!
Feet First Committees
In addition to the volunteer opportunities listed above at Feet First, we have two committees meeting monthly focused on marketing and policy. If you are interested in learning more about these committees, please send an email to the chair of the committee.
Feet First Communications Committee
The Feet First commications committee is a subcommittee of the board of directors charged with fundraising, raising awareness of our cause and work, and building relationships with members, volunteers, businesses and other nonprofits. It is a working committee that both implements work towards the organization’s mission and provides guidance to staff.
Manuel Soto, Board Member, Committee Chair
Feet First Policy Committee
The Feet First policy committee is a subcommittee of the board of directors charged with the organization’s policy and advocacy work. It is a working committee, with its own project workload as well as the responsibility to provide direction and policy guidance to staff.
Jim Davis, Board Member, Committee Chair