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We encourage PFLAG members and supporters to become PFLAG volunteers. Your membership makes us stronger but your participation helps us get our important work done and that is extremely appreciated.

Opportunities to volunteer:

SPEAKING: We often get requests for PFLAG folks to share their personal stories to help others in the community understand what PFLAG is all about. This may include speaking to youth groups, schools, businesses, college classes, community service fairs, and corporate diversity groups. It’s a great way to meet new and interesting people, and to get fulfillment that you are educating others and making a difference!

TABLING:  PFLAG Skagit makes a great effort to be visible in the Skagit LGBTQ+ community and beyond by participating in local functions and community and cultural events. Our team has compiled a complete set of informational materials and display equipment to present a professional yet fun and welcoming presence at a variety of events.

FUNDRAISING:  We are always looking for fundraising ideas, so if you are good at that, let us know.

COMMUNICATION: We are looking for folks who enjoy doing social media and web site development. Effective advocacy and education is all about getting the word out.

SUPPORT:  Be a regular at our monthly support meeting.  Seeing familiar faces every meeting helps create a safe and supportive space.  This only requires an hour and a half a month attending a Zoom meeting.  You will also get a lot out of being there.  Email for a link to the meeting at

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