How to Volunteer for Washington Lighthouses
Lighthouses keep shining through the efforts of its volunteers. There are so many ways to contribute: become a guide or committee member, work on education or restoration projects, help raise funds, design displays, maintain gardens and much more. Contact a lighthouse and find out can you can help. Just click on the link to send an email, or call.
Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Coupeville: or call (360) 678-1186
Browns Point Lighthouse, Tacoma: or call (253) 927-2536
Burrows Island Lighthouse, Anacortes: .
Grays Harbor Lighthouse, Grays Harbor: or call (360) 268-0078
Lime Kiln Lighthouse, San Juan Island: or call (360) 378-2044
Mukilteo Light Station, Mukilteo: or call (425) 513-9602
North Head Lighthouse, Ilwaco: or call (360) 642-3029
SwiftSure Seattle: or call (206) 447-9800
New Dungeness Lighthouse, Sequim: or call (360) 683-6638
Patos Lighthouse, Patos Island (San Juan Islands): or call (360) 902-8844
Patos Island Lighthouse Volunteers
Point Robinson Lighthouse, Vashon Island: or call 206-463-960 2
Point No Point Lighthouse, Hansville:
Turn Point Lighthouse, Stuart Island (San Juan Islands): .
Volunteering with Lighthouse Environmental Programs
Invest your love of lighthouses, and Puget Sound history and environment in good works. Fort Casey State Park, and the programs supported by grants given by Lighthouse Environmental Programs, offers many volunteer opportunities for people of all ages. The three programs supported by license plate proceeds provide extensive training for ongoing stewardship.
Sound Water Stewards
Sound Water Stewards include members of communities throughout Puget Sound who want to better protect Washington’s priceless heritage. You’ll learn about its creatures, landscape and natural resources that make Puget Sound such a remarkable place.
Visit the Sound Water Stewards website for more information.
WSU Waste Wise volunteers
Waste Wise volunteers of Island County (Camano and Whidbey Islands) learn how to reduce garbage in order to protect water sources. They receive four weeks of classroom training and then share what they’ve learned in volunteer outreach at schools, fairs, information booths, businesses and other settings.
Visit the WSU Waste Wise website for more information.
Fort Casey State Park Lighthouse Docents
Lighthouse Docents are volunteers who work in lighthouse related activities that enhance the Fort Casey State Park lighthouse program and the visitor experience, such as host, gift shop, fort and lighthouse guides, wedding committee members, history committee members, Docent Council members, volunteer scheduling, woodworking, interpretive display design, heritage garden planting and maintenance, and lighthouse rehabilitation. These activities also support efforts for Washington State Parks.
Keepers of Admiralty Head Lighthouse
Keepers of Admiralty Head Lighthouse volunteer opportunities include:
- Serve on the Board
- Serve on the Wedding Committee
- Join the Membership Group to support projects at Admiralty Head Lighthouse and Fort Casey