Seattle (PRWEB) April 19, 2010
kidServe Seattle, a non-profit put into place to promote volunteerism for children and their families through social, civic and environmental charitable experiences, is pleased to announce it has officially launched its website, http://www.kidserveseattle.org.
“kidServe Seattle is a unique online portal where parents and their kids can go to find volunteer experiences that cater to those between the ages of 5-12,” said Rachael Podolsky, executive director with kidServe Seattle. “Many families want to get involved in their community but they don’t know where to start – especially for young children who are just beginning to understand what it means to give back.”
kidServe Seattle partners with non-profits in the Puget Sound Region to provide a range of age appropriate volunteer experiences that allow children even as young as five to connect with their community. kidServe Seattle’s objective is not only to work with non-profits to create and facilitate these opportunities, but to provide a platform to teach children the value of volunteerism. kidServe Seattle provides a range of opportunities that center around animals, the arts, civic or community involvement, environmental opportunities, and health and wellness.
“By instilling volunteerism at a young age, our goal is to create a lifetime commitment to giving back to the community – something children can continue to carry throughout the span of their lives,” continued Podolsky.
kidServe Seattle’s newly launched site includes a robust calendar of volunteer experiences that will be updated regularly as the organization continues to foster strong partnerships with other non-profits, government entities and local organizations that are willing to provide volunteer opportunities to the kids in their community.
To learn more about kidServe Seattle please visit http://www.kidserveseattle.org and follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/kidServe-Seattle/372307933912.
About kidServe Seattle
kidServe Seattle is a unique organization that introduces volunteer experiences to families with kids between the ages of 5 – 12. kidServe Seattle educates kids about the value of volunteerism and how giving back can make a difference in the lives of others, as well as to the community as a whole. kidServe Seattle partners with other organizations to bring social, civic and environmental volunteer experiences to families and children who are ready to begin giving back to the community. Visit http://www.kidserveseattle.org for a complete listing of current volunteer experiences or to become a partner.
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