Being a Big Brother or Big Sister is one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling things you’ll ever do. You can help shape a child’s future for the better by empowering them to achieve. And the best part is, it’s actually a lot of fun. You and your Little can share the kinds of activities you already like to do.
When you volunteer at a Boys & Girls Club, you can make a difference in the lives of youth and give back to your community. Within the first few minutes of walking into a Club, you know you’re in a special place.
CHOICES workshops provide a powerful way for volunteers, licensing organizations and corporations to positively impact students and prepare them for a successful future in the workforce. Teachers and schools value the workshops because of the community involvement and real-world perspectives from the volunteers.
When the COVID-19 crisis hit, AIR’s Megan Eccleston plunged unexpectedly into a once-in-a-lifetime extracurricular challenge: organizing a grassroots volunteer initiative to help hospitals desperate for face masks and other supplies. With her professional expertise—and a can-do spirit—Megan has built a multi-state coalition of thousands of volunteers that has delivered nearly one million masks to hospitals in just three months.
Forum for Youth Investment offers many ways to get involved in working groups, grapple groups, and invitational conversations. They also engage with co-strategists to create specific projects towards its mission. Reach out to Laura Jahromi if you would like to get involved.
Join Healthier Generation in building a healthier future for children by changing schools, educating parents, and empowering young people.
Pledge to finish the fight for accountability, recognition, justice, and a pandemic-free future by elevating truth and science
Now is a critical time for many individuals with disabilities in our communities, begin a mentor journey from your own home with The Mentor Network
MENTOR’s Mentoring Connector is a free national database for volunteers and families seeking mentoring opportunities.
A network of over 500,000 volunteers provides caring and supportive mentoring to all 6 million 4‑H’ers, helping them grow into true leaders. Volunteers are managed through local 4‑H offices so please contact your community’s 4‑H office to learn how you can get involved.
If you are organization or corporation looking to get involved in service and humanity work, partner with New York Life to combat some of the country’s most serious problems.
Hospice volunteers are the heart of Hospice and among its most valuable resources. They can bring companionship to people who are on our program and respite and support to the caregiver and other family members. Volunteers are drawn from every age group and background. All Hospice Volunteers are committed to making a difference in the lives of their neighbors.
Our Learning Centers need caring adults for one-on-one tutoring, homework help, and office work. We are also interested in introducing our DreamKids and their families to new professions and skill sets, so we welcome your participation.
YMCA volunteers are a force for good in local communities and beyond. With tens of thousands of dedicated and passionate volunteers across the nation, we are able to positively impact lives in significant and lasting ways.