We can only achieve our statewide goals and build truly walkable communities when we have a critical mass of people fully engaged in our mission.

There are lots of ways to get involved with Feet First!

We can use people who:

  • Enjoy organizing events (including our walks!)
  • Can help drive social media, and are willing to write and design communications
  • Help shape our policy ideas
  • Can speak to volunteers, the public, and/or elected officials,
  • Want to start advocacy in their own community
  • Can help with fundraising

The following technical skills are particularly helpful as well:

  • GIS and GeoSpatial Analysis
  • Graphic design
  • Legal analysis of potential new policies
  • Website development and maintenance
As a volunteer at Feet First you will work side by side with staff, board, and committee members to manage projects and events. There is a lot of room for your leadership and initiative. Steps taken by our volunteers often leave a lasting and meaningful mark on the organization.

Through volunteering with Feet First, I’ve had the chance to work with top-notch urbanists, urban planners, designers, landscape architects, people who know how to make cities and towns safer for everyone, from recreational walkers to transit users, people who walk to work, children going to school, to seniors and the disabled. The staff and volunteers at Feet First are dedicated, smart, committed and really, I mean really, — fun to work with.

– Jonathan Freeman, FeetFirst Policy Committee Volunteer, 2016 – present

Thank you for your donation!

Feet First utilizes NetworkForGood.com to process donations.

Your donation will help us to:

put on neighborhood walks and provide walking resources

raise awareness throughout Washington about the benefits of walkable communities and rights of the pedestrians

host events and programs focused on improving walkability