UW Bothell COVID-19 Community Resources

Ways to help and stay civically engaged - during COVID-19

Community Partners

Learn more about ways you can support UW Bothell community partners through remote service, job opportunities, and virtual events.

Donate, remote service

Snohomish County organizations that need help
Providence Institute for a Healthier Community has put together a Snohomish County COVID-19 needs hub to discover local organizations that need help. 

Bloodworks Northwest
Blood donation is an essential activity and encouraged activity. In order to meet social distancing recommendations and ensure the best and safest experience possible, Bloodworks Northwest is accepting scheduled appointments only. It’s important for donors to make future appointments now to ensure blood stays available in our community as we weather this pandemic together. Learn more.

More information on donating blood in crisis and how you can help.  

Northshore School District
AVID classes prepare students who desire to go to college and are from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education to be college-ready. AVID Tutors will work together with the teacher and students via Zoom for one hour, once a week, beginning in November. AVID Tutors will facilitate discussions with small groups of students in breakout rooms, but will not be asked to grade them in this remote setting. Instead, a brief communication about how it went will be important for teachers working with you.

Contact Carol Anderssohn (NCHS LC Paraeducator & Campus Volunteer Coordinator) to sign up: canderssohn@nsd.org

Northshore Senior Center
Remote as well as In-person Volunteer opportunities available. These opportunities have set number of volunteers needed for a particular project. Currently due to COVID 19 , the volunteer requirement keeps changing on weekly basis. Please email us at volunteer@mynorthshore.org for more information on volunteer opportunities

Washington BUS 
Get involved in remote "get out the vote" text and phone banking events with other young people across Washington State. All events are remote, via Zoom. Sign up to volunteer here.

Fill out your household 2020 Census 
It has never been easier to self-respond on your own – whether online, over the phone or by mail – without ever having to meet a census taker. The population count affects up to $900 billion federal government funds distributed for the next 10 years to schools, pell grants, transportation, hospitals, and more. Fill out the 2020 Census online now: my2020census.gov

UW Child Care Connections (C3)
This fall many Husky families continue to struggle to balance caregiving and work responsibilities. UW C3 is a program that matches students with UW employees for prospective volunteer or paid child care for younger children or remote learning support for school-aged children.

More about this program can be found on this UW HR webpage. Complete an interest form if you would like to be considered for a match. Both in-person and remote support is needed!

UW How You Can Help “Together we will”
Lists UW areas of most critical needs: areas of our most critical needs, UW Medicine response fund and equipment donations, UW Bothell COVID-19 student emergency funds. In addition, the site lists ways you can contribute to blood banks, contribute to your local food bank, buy gift certificates from small businesses, and more. 

Support diverse local buisnesses: Intentionalist take out and delivery directory
Intentionalist is an online guide to intentional spending that supports PNW small businesses and diverse local communities; by women, people of color, veterans, LGBTQ, families, and differently abled people.