Join Our Community of Volunteers

Our work across the vast Northwest region wouldn’t be possible without you. Every year, Pride Foundation relies on the passion and expertise of hundreds of volunteers to help drive forward our vision of a more equitable world. As a regional community foundation, our volunteers truly bring community to all we do. 

Pride Foundation volunteers are representative of our communities. We are always looking for more volunteers with diverse lived experiences, like people living in rural areas, people of color, and trans and gender diverse folks.

Opportunities for Action

There are many ways to get involved as a volunteer at Pride Foundation throughout the region, and our volunteer roles vary throughout the year.

Whether you’re interested in reviewing applications for funding, lending a hand in our Seattle office, or joining a regional volunteer action committee—we want to help you find the right fit for your interests and desired time commitment.


Interested in Becoming a Volunteer?

Volunteer FAQs

Pride Foundation volunteers are LGBTQ or allied, and currently live in Idaho, Alaska, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. If you have a signification relationship with our region but don’t currently live in it, we also welcome your application.

Most of our volunteers are over 18, but it’s important to us that young people are a part of reviewing community applications for funding. We welcome volunteer applications from juniors and seniors in high school or older. Please contact us with questions.

Our volunteer application changes throughout the year according to our volunteer needs. Submit an application starting in November for scholarship reviewing, and June for community grant reviewing.

We are strict with the application deadlines, and unfortunately cannot accept late submissions.

See All Volunteer FAQs


Here are the staff people to connect with based on the region your work is focused in:

Alaska: Chance Wilcox (he/him)
Idaho: Steve Martin (he/him)
Montana: Quinn Leighton (they/them)
Oregon: Kim Sogge (she/her)
Washington: Tylene Carnell (she/her)

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