Rev. Greg - Wedding Officiant

The Man in Black.

Volunteer: Give a little - Get a lot!
Rev. Greg is involved in his neighborhood and the global community. For the good of the planet, he encourages others to do the same.
Below are places he volunteers his time weekly and non-profit organizations he supports.

University District Food Bank
4731 15th Avenue NE, Seattle , WA 98105-4404
Phone: 206-523-7060

Volunteer at the U-district Food Bank
The U-district Food Bank distributes food to more than 1,200 families every week. Community service volunteer responsibilities includes sorting and stocking donations, repackaging bulk food, helping clients select food and cleaning-up at the end of the day.
You can volunteer for a few hours a month or every week. let them know what time and day works best for your schedule and they will fit you in.

Hours the Food Bank is always in need of volunteers:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Tuesday and Thursday 2:30 pm - 8:15 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am - Noon, general organizing, stocking shelfs, odds and ends
Thursday 8:30 am - Noon, unloading trucks + sorting donations

They also need volunteers to assist with Special Events throughout the year and Donation Pick-ups on Saturdays and Sundays..


Cherry Street Food Bank Northwest Harvest

711 Cherry Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206-625-0755

Visit Cherry Steet's web site

Volunteer at the Cherry Street Food Bank
Besides providing food for over 300 partner programs, Northwest Harvest operates one food bank itself: the Cherry Street Food Bank in downtown Seattle. Cherry Street is the busiest food bank in the state, serving over 2,000 families on full-service days

Considering volunteering for a 2-3 hours one day a week.
Maybe only a couple times a month. Just find the time to get out
and do something for others. It's good for the soul."
~ Rev Greg

Volunteers are absolutely vital to operations at Northwest Harvest. It simply couldn't be done without them. Many of the dedicated volunteers have served Cherry Street clients for many years. Volunteers last year donated a whopping 65,950 hours of their time to ensure the food we secure reaches our clients. That is the equivalent of 32 full-time employees.

Cherry Street Food Bank is Always in Need of Volunteers:
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM -5:30 PM call 206-625-0755


Click Here to visit Kiva


Kiva's mission is to connect people through lending for the sake of alleviating poverty. Kiva is the world's first person-to-person micro-lending website, empowering individuals to lend directly to unique entrepreneurs around the globe. If you've got a little extra cash that you're willing to loan to another human being, without interest, this is a project you might like to participates in.

A micro-loan program you can start with only $ our way up to $100 a little bit at a time. Once the money is in the system, and loans are being paid back, you can recycle the money to others who need it and possibly add more $ to the kitty each year. Visit Kiva's website and read some of the stories, see how little it actually takes to give someone a chance to be successful and have a fuller and more bountiful life.


Learn Something - Donate Rice. It's so easy.

FreeRice has two goals:
1. Provide education to everyone for free.
2. Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free
3. Click on the link and donate rice, it's a smart thing to do...pretty cool.

FreeRice is a non-profit website run by the United Nations World Food Program. They are partners with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

"He's a litle bit Country... He's a little bit Rock & Roll"

© 2009 Greg Hamilton 206.547.1597 Seattle, Washington USA