With Thanksgiving and the holiday season in general upon us, sometimes you get those extra-special warm 'n fuzzies that you feel the need to give back to the world. Though anytime is worth giving back, not just the holiday seasons, there are several opportunities for you to give back and volunteer in the Seattle area.

Seattle Housing listed some places for free holiday meals. Might be a good idea to check out the list and contact them seeing if they need an extra hand.

Seattle Credit Union mentioned these non-profits.

Treehouse is for foster kids of which there are several thousand.

Black Coffee Northwest is a youth-run coffee bar heavily involved in the community.

YWCA has been around for over 100 years helping women and families in a time of need.

Lake City Holiday Project makes sure more than 600 low-income kids have a very merry Christmas.

FareStart helps with food to shelters and homeless programs. By volunteering you can prepare or deliver.

Youth Eastside Services helps kids and families with counseling due to violence, substance abuse and emotional distress.

Food Lifeline needs volunteers to sort and pack food adn inspect product at their warehouse. They provide food to food banks, shelters, and after-school programs.

Westside Baby helps new parents and babies with free clothing, diapers, cribs, safety and more.

Emergency Feeding Program distributes over 600k meals a year. You can volunteer or donate.

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