Frequently Asked Questions

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.

Start by using the “reset password” button on the login page. If you don’t see the reset email arrive in your inbox, look in your junk mail folder. If it’s nowhere to be found, you can reach out for help.

In our online volunteer management system, WizeHive, volunteers need to resubmit their information each time they take on a volunteer role. Your basic information is always saved and waiting for you, but it does require updating and resubmission.

Yes, most of our volunteer roles are completely online. You’ll need an internet connection and a computer to access our online review system, WizeHive.

The information you share with us is held confidentially and will be only used internally at Pride Foundation. We never share any information about volunteers without their explicit permission.

After submitting your completed application, you will receive a confirmation email from the WizeHive system. Please add that email address to your “safe senders” list to ensure you can receive future emails.

Still have questions?

Email or call Eden Shore, our Volunteer Manager, at eden@pridefoundation.org and 206.323.3318 x109

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