Currently Accepting Fundraising Volunteers!
Our biggest fundraiser of the year is coming up April 23. Right now, we're looking for team captains.
Do you support abortion access? Do you have at least three friends who do too? Boom. There’s your team. Registration is already open for Seattle and Boise.
Being a captain is cake—we'll provide everything you need, including emails and social media posts for you to send your teammates, friends, and networks. Copy. Paste. Fund abortion.
Captain Webinars 3/1 and 3/16: Everything You Need to Know
Regardless of where you live, if you're interested in captaining a Bowl-a-Thon team (or any other kind of team: Dance, Game, Pong, Trivia, Karaoke) in your city, sign up here for one of our how-to webinars.
This year our goal is to raise $50,000, which means we need YOU to be a team captain. And as we face down four years of unprecedented attacks on abortion access, we need your support now more than ever.
The wave of volunteer interest after the presidential election was unprecedented for our small organization. We appreciate your interest and support so very much!
We received over 150 inquiries from prospective program volunteers since November 2016, and are now working to follow up with each person. In the meantime, we are not recruiting new program volunteers from the greater Seattle area. Sign up for our mailing list (scroll to the bottom of this page) and stay on the lookout for future opportunities to get involved.
If you are based outside of Seattle, scroll down for information about how to get involved.
We hope to open up additional volunteer opportunities by summer 2017.
Consider volunteering for and/or donating to one of the following amazing organizations:
General Rights & Justice
Abortion Access & Reproductive Justice
Climate & Environmental Justice
Queer & Trans Justice
Volunteers from Alaska, Idaho, and Oregon
If you are based in Alaska, Idaho, Eastern Washington, or Oregon, and are interested in volunteering with us, please contact email@example.com. We prioritize recruiting disabled, queer, and trans folk, along with people of color, regardless of their geographic location.