Volunteering to represent Soundkeeper at community events increases awareness of our organization to different communities throughout the Puget Sound basin.
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance relies on our amazing volunteers to help protect and preserve Puget Sound.
No matter what your interest is, we have a job for you if you’re willing to donate your time! Please review the options below to get a sense of what each opportunity involves. Then, if you are interested in volunteering with us, call us directly at (206) 297-7002 or fill out a volunteer interest form so that we can best connect you with available opportunities.
Please note that for most positions, anyone under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by a legal guardian in order to participate. We also ask that anyone under the age of 13 have one-on-one adult supervision at all times. Don’t forget to check our events calendar to see what’s coming up next and visit our Facebook page for updates and Instagram for photos!
Despite much focus on toxic pollution and habitat restoration, litter and solid waste are a real problem for our waterways.
The Soundkeeper boat is out on the water each week at various locations around Elliott Bay, the Duwamish River, and the Lake Washington Ship Canal.
Soundkeeper participates in seasonal water quality monitoring projects that evaluate the health of our waters. Check back for updates on what opportunities are available.
Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from reaching the Sound.
Soundkeeper offers the opportunity for organizations and businesses to do group service projects and improve the health of Puget Sound.