Enabling everyone to list, find, coordinate, and measure their impact in the community. Our mission is to enable everyone in the world to participate and engage in lifting their community to new heights. We do so by providing a platform to list, find, organize and measure the impact of service and volunteerism in the community. It starts with one volunteer to build an army that will help improve the world.
Portal site connecting to volunteer centers that have online databases for volunteer opportunities in their local areas. Click through to each city and follow each set of instructions to post a volunteer opportunity in that area.
The Volunteer Center at BVU is your one-stop destination to make a difference by choosing from among hundreds of volunteer opportunities. Our free service allows you to look for volunteer opportunities that address the issues that are close to your heart - arts and culture, animals, the environment, hunger, education, literacy, homelessness and many, many more.
A for-profit company creating Web-based community guides for selected cities in the U.S. (and expanding to other countries as well). If your organization is in a CitySearch city and involves a large number of volunteers, you can post your volunteer opportunities on the CitySearch Web site for your area, and have a link from CitySearch to your own Web site (as applicable).
Cluttered but chock-full site that permits free posting of all sorts of classified ads, with a category clearly noted as "volunteers." Click on your city of choice from the growing list - now adding Canada and the UK, too.
The "social network for volunteers." Helps "volunteers find volunteer opportunities they’re passionate about in their local community and beyond, log volunteer hours, communicate with friends and create a volunteer resume."
GozAround is a community service connecting the caretakers with those who need care. It is offer volunteer opportunities for organizations. It is not just about financial donations but goes a step further and offers services through organized volunteers from around the world. At GozAround you can post your help and volunteers can earn points through our help programs.
Brings volunteers together to support local non-profit organizations, with a twist: after each volunteer event -- which typically lasts 3 to 4 hours -- volunteersare invited to gather at a local restaurant or café where they can get to know one another in a relaxed social setting. Has chapters in NY, DC, Chicago, and SF, and is expanding.
SmartVolunteer is a New York-based non-profit organization dedicated to matching skilled professionals with volunteer opportunities at nonprofits and charities. Our database of volunteers and nonprofits is growing each day. Registering with us will ensure maximum exposure.
The Volunteer Center for Clay, Cherokee and Towns Counties
The largest online database of volunteer opportunities, both on site and virtual, sponsored by Impact Online. VolunteerMatch is forming partnerships with other Web portals and therefore registering with VolunteerMatch assures that you are, in effect, "cross-posted" on many other sites. (VolunteerMatch only accepted U.S. opportunities until 2014, when it began to serve other countries as well.)
A statewide organization to support and grow volunteerism in Wisconsin. Through its website, volunteers can search for opportunities across the state. Nonprofits can post opportunities, access a calendar of upcoming volunteer management training opportunities, find options for volunteer recognition, download templates to support their work, and apply to host an AmeriCorps member. Volunteer Wisconsin also offers free webinars and trainings annually which are open to all. Find us on Facebook!
Portal helping local Volunteer Centers connect individuals to volunteer opportunities in their communities. Users first find the database for their zip code and then are taken to where they can register (or search) volunteer opportunities locally.
Specializing in a specific type of volunteer work, setting or skill
A site "revolutionizing the way nonprofit boards and new leaders find each other." Nonprofits can post their board member vacancies and individuals interested in board service can browse what might suit their interests.
Catchafire is dedicated to helping organizations create skills-based volunteer consulting projects and then find professionals to volunteer to complete them. Note that this service is not free, but it could help you if you are looking for serious pro bono help.
give&score connects un-/underemployed recent college graduate-volunteers with nonprofit organizations to complete important professional projects. Upon joining give&score, you gain access to our vast database of recently graduated volunteers. Because all projects are completed online, you’re able to utilize the skills and talents of volunteers across the country.
Innovative site that assists in "organizing local gatherings about anything, anywhere." This free service already has community volunteer topics listed and would be an approach to test if you are seeking people with very special interests. Also enable "volunteerists" to get together to plan community service projects (http://volunteerism.meetup.com).
To engage young adults in community service and activism by educating them about diverse nonprofit organizations and creating opportunities for direct community involvement. Chapters in New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Boston.
Web portal for federal government volunteer opportunities in the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Defense, Interior, and Veterans Affairs, and the Corporation for National and Community Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and U.S.A. Freedom Corps.
Cluttered but chock-full site that permits free posting of all sorts of classified ads, with a category clearly noted as "volunteers." This URL takes you to the Montreal page; click on other Canadian cities. Site can also be viewed in French.
Specializing in a specific type of volunteer work, setting or skill
"We help organizations of all kinds to find environmentally minded staff, managers, consultants, board members, interns and volunteers. With over 12,000 postings to date, GoodWork is the first place Canadians look for work in green and environmental fields. GoodWork's mission is to connect those who genuinely care about the environment with the many opportunities — the important work — that needs to be done."
Created by 2010 Legacies Now to ensure thousands of experienced and enthusiastic event volunteers in time for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, and that every community can build their own group of event volunteers. Organizations may list special event opportunities at the site.
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