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This page features virtual and on-site volunteer opportunities to aid communities impacted by COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Thousands of volunteers like you are needed daily. Check back often to find ways you can help during these difficult times.

Virtual Opportunities (144,487 volunteers needed)

  • Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Finance Director, CrowdDoing

    Medicinal Foods for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety is recruiting Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Finance Director, CrowdDoing. Finance director includes a mix of project management roles and finance direction roles for CrowdDoing. We're helping to build medicinal foods literacy and citizen science of foods & herbs for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety. We are looking for a reliable Financial Director that will analyze every day financial activities and subsequently provide advice and guidance to upper management on future financial plans. The goal is to enable the company’s leaders to make sound business decisions and meet the company’s objectives. Responsibilities*Provide financial reports and interpret financial information to managerial staff while recommending further courses of action. *Advise on investment activities and provide strategies that the company should take *Maintain the financial health of the organization. *Analyze costs, pricing, variable contributions, sales results and the company’s actual performance compared to the business plans. *Develop trends and projections for the firm’s finances. *Conduct reviews and evaluations for cost-reduction opportunities. *Oversee operations of the finance department, set goals and objectives, and design a framework for these to be met. *Manage the preparation of the company’s budget. *Liase with auditors to ensure appropriate monitoring of company finances is maintained. *Correspond with various other departments, discussing company plans and agreeing on future paths to be taken.Requirements*Proven experience as a Financial Director *Experience in the financial sector with previous possible roles such as financial analyst *Extensive understanding of financial trends both within the company and general market patterns *Proficient user of finance software *Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills *Able to manage, guide and lead employees to ensure appropriate financial processes are being used *A solid understanding of financial statistics and accounting principles *Working knowledge of all statutory legislation and regulations *BS/MA degree in Finance, Accounting or Economics *Professional qualification such as CFA/CPA or similar will be considered a plus "To help support you joining the right part of CrowdDoing for you, please use this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftd6E0tyV2uq7mMty1rZ80BB2MSGhbnof9gRBvaQXbrttIkg/viewform?usp=sf_link" Mission Statement: CrowdDoing.world's Foods.& Herbs for Stress,Sleep & Anxiety Initiative aims to give people agency by educating people about their options with regards to their natural remedies for these aspects of their mental health. We do so by analyzing scientific research and clinical evidence, gathering new evidence through data science and citizen science, and recommending to individuals optimal combinations of teas, tinctures, and powders that can be used to achieve each individual's mental health goals. We conduct this research with the goal of allowing people to make informed decisions about their health and to increase access to healthy stress-coping alternatives. These healthy coping mechanisms can reduce reliance on harmful self-medication practices such as alcohol abuse or behavior likely to lead to opioid addiction. Value Proposition: Tinctures, teas and powders from herbal medicine combinations can represent better risk/reward ratios Through citizen science and data science over time we have the aspirational goal to meet and exceed evidence parity with regards to evidence of effectiveness for herbal medicines for stress & anxiety compared with pharmaceuticals. That mission is attractive for people to participate in as its an opportunity for global collaboration to create increasingly usable natural medicine for stress and anxiety. Each person can go upstream of their mental health challenges and adopt healthier coping mechanisms. The only way CrowdDoing.world can realize its impact potential is through virtual volunteers,service learners(http://blog.reframeit.com/service-learning-and-skilled-volunteering/), and micro-leaders (https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/) coming together. See this brief video aboutMicro-leadership at CrowdDoing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhdB2YJ8Ocs&app=desktop). Micro-leadership means that each person adopts a dimension of responsibility for a collective problem in our society through collaborating on that area creatively individually and together through social innovation. You are also welcome to see more background on CrowdDoing at our Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoL7fai7oa95fBo44FC0gA?sub_confirmation=1). Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/crowddoing.world/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CrowdDoing-515295062320613) , LinkedIn ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/18910309/ ). You can see a CrowdDoing Volunteering FAQ here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zCkbEQX8PHh8k85BS0iIhsJJxADqdH3Kpn1PDbI1Uno/edit?usp=sharing If you have any questions about processes for joining crowddoing as a volunteer please write to volunteerorientation@crowddoing.world

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Director of Operations, CrowdDoing

    Medicinal Foods for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety is recruiting Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Director of Operations, CrowdDoing We're helping to build medicinal foods literacy and citizen science of foods & herbs for Stress, Sleep and Anxiety. Here is the main package for your review to determine if you are interested: docs.google.com/document/d/1bT47d5eDE2NVW606d1Y7TeKp1hDHyP_JBuJ94Cyy0B4/edit?usp=sharing . Please feel free to view this powerpoint to get an overview of this initiative: docs.google.com/presentation/d/12aEqwiRctIx3QcvK6HNFy4uJ5TgRffxQ7xPLEINNyJw/edit?usp=sharing Did you know that there are thousands of foods and herbs that can impact our mental health in positive ways? CrowdDoing is a global virtual collaboration to research medicinal foods for stress, sleep and anxiety. Our project has the goal of advancing integration across fields of research and to build medicinal foods literacies in the population. We're recruiting virtual volunteer service learning project managers. This role is for Medicinal Foods, Medicinal Foods Service Learning Micro-Leadership Project Management. CrowdDoing aims to make each role flexible, allowing you to become engaged according to your own schedule. You will have the chance to assume micro-leadership responsibilities in keeping with your aspirations and availability. https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/. Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Director of Operations, CrowdDoing brief We are looking for an experienced Director of Operations to organize and oversee the weekly operations of our social innovation initiative. You will be the one to ensure that our business is well-coordinated and productive by managing its procedures and coaching its people. The area of responsibility for this role is very wide and thus requires thorough knowledge of various company processes. The ideal candidate must be competent and able to plan many different kinds of operational activities. He/She must be an excellent leader who can discover the most efficient ways to run the business. The goal is to safeguard and augment the efficiency of the company’s operations to facilitate accelerating development and long-term success. Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Director of Operations, CrowdDoing Responsibilities Liaise with superior to make decisions for operational activities and set strategic goals Plan and monitor the day-to-day running of business to ensure smooth progress Supervise staff from different departments and provide constructive feedback Evaluate regularly the efficiency of business procedures according to organizational objectives and apply improvements Manage procurement processes and coordinate material and resources allocation Oversee customer support processes and organize them to enhance customer satisfaction Review financial information and adjust operational budgets to promote profitability Revise and/or formulate policies and promote their implementation Manage relationships/agreements with external partners/vendors Evaluate overall performance by gathering, analyzing and interpreting data and metrics Ensure that the company runs with legality and conformity to established regulations Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Director of Operations, CrowdDoing Requirements Proven experience as Director of Operations or equivalent position Excellent organizational and leadership abilities Outstanding communication and people skills Knowledge of industry’s legal rules and guidelines In depth knowledge of diverse business functions and principles (e.g. supply chain, finance, customer service etc.) Working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operation metrics Familiarity with MS Office and various business software (e.g. ERP, CRM) BSc/BA in business administration or relevant field; MSc/MA will be a plus "To help support you joining the right part of CrowdDoing for you, please use this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftd6E0tyV2uq7mMty1rZ80BB2MSGhbnof9gRBvaQXbrttIkg/viewform?usp=sf_link" Mission Statement: CrowdDoing.world's Foods.& Herbs for Stress,Sleep & Anxiety Initiative aims to give people agency by educating people about their options with regards to their natural remedies for these aspects of their mental health. We do so by analyzing scientific research and clinical evidence, gathering new evidence through data science and citizen science, and recommending to individuals optimal combinations of teas, tinctures, and powders that can be used to achieve each individual's mental health goals. We conduct this research with the goal of allowing people to make informed decisions about their health and to increase access to healthy stress-coping alternatives. These healthy coping mechanisms can reduce reliance on harmful self-medication practices such as alcohol abuse or behavior likely to lead to opioid addiction. Value Proposition: Tinctures, teas and powders from herbal medicine combinations can represent better risk/reward ratios Through citizen science and data science over time we have the aspirational goal to meet and exceed evidence parity with regards to evidence of effectiveness for herbal medicines for stress & anxiety compared with pharmaceuticals. That mission is attractive for people to participate in as its an opportunity for global collaboration to create increasingly usable natural medicine for stress and anxiety. Each person can go upstream of their mental health challenges and adopt healthier coping mechanisms. The only way CrowdDoing.world can realize its impact potential is through virtual volunteers,service learners(http://blog.reframeit.com/service-learning-and-skilled-volunteering/), and micro-leaders (https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/) coming together. See this brief video aboutMicro-leadership at CrowdDoing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhdB2YJ8Ocs&app=desktop). Micro-leadership means that each person adopts a dimension of responsibility for a collective problem in our society through collaborating on that area creatively individually and together through social innovation. You are also welcome to see more background on CrowdDoing at our Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoL7fai7oa95fBo44FC0gA?sub_confirmation=1). Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/crowddoing.world/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CrowdDoing-515295062320613) , LinkedIn ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/18910309/ ). You can see a CrowdDoing Volunteering FAQ here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zCkbEQX8PHh8k85BS0iIhsJJxADqdH3Kpn1PDbI1Uno/edit?usp=sharing If you have any questions about processes for joining crowddoing as a volunteer please write to volunteerorientation@crowddoing.world

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Blockchain Social Media Manager Tokenized Projects

    Role name: Blockchain Social Media Manager - Tokenized Projects Min Qualifications required: Bachelors / Masters Min Experience Required: 1+ Experience or Knowledge in a specific subject or area required: Leveraging social media management & PR about blockchain Minimum Volunteer hours required: 15-20 hours per week Project Overview: Project Name: Blockchain Projects Project Duration: 6-12 months (Ongoing) Project outline: The Social Enterprise is a community of systems practitioners working on a myriad of mission-driven projects, social businesses, investment funds, philanthropic programs, purpose-based communities, and other initiatives that represent values-based and regenerative economic models for the 21st century. Role Summary: To Conduct client, prospect, industry, competitor and market research/analysis to inform targeted business development efforts and to Grow and nurture the size and strength of your professional network for the purposes of establishing new business in your local market. Essential Tasks: Lead and grow social media presence Leverage data to identify areas of opportunity, drive growth and engagement of users Skills & Competencies: PR & advertising Ability to analyze data sets and interpret them Software tools & Program knowledge: Knowledge on blockchain technology/cryptocurrency, is a big plus "To help support you joining the right part of CrowdDoing for you, please use this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftd6E0tyV2uq7mMty1rZ80BB2MSGhbnof9gRBvaQXbrttIkg/viewform?usp=sf_link" he only way CrowdDoing.world can realize its impact potential is through virtual volunteers,service learners(http://blog.reframeit.com/service-learning-and-skilled-volunteering/), and micro-leaders (https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/) coming together. See this brief video aboutMicro-leadership at CrowdDoing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhdB2YJ8Ocs&app=desktop). Micro-leadership means that each person adopts a dimension of responsibility for a collective problem in our society through collaborating on that area creatively individually and together through social innovation. You are also welcome to see more background on CrowdDoing at our Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoL7fai7oa95fBo44FC0gA?sub_confirmation=1). Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/crowddoing.world/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CrowdDoing-515295062320613) , LinkedIn ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/18910309/ ). You can see a CrowdDoing Volunteering FAQ here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zCkbEQX8PHh8k85BS0iIhsJJxADqdH3Kpn1PDbI1Uno/edit?usp=sharing If you have any questions about processes for joining crowddoing as a volunteer please write to volunteerorientation@crowddoing.world

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Become a UK Representative

    with Civicom

    The roles of a remote representative include Role 1) Relevant eye - you are an eye to see As a relevant eye to see you will perform these activities See the grants sites See the RFP sites See the Volunteers See the Civicom projects See the Civicom website contents Others Role 2) Relevant mind - your are the mind to think As a relevant mind to think you will perform these activities Advice the team Advice on projects design / draft Advice on donors interests Others Role 3) Relevant Speaker - you are the voice to tell the world about Civicom Aid Reach organizations remotely Reach people remotely Reach volunteers remotely Others We cannot do it alone! We need you to become our USA Representative. Reach out for more details. Civicom Aid empowers women and people with disabilities to grow, harvest and store their crops well, provide scholastic materials scholarships and build classrooms where there are no classrooms, and empower people to produce and use biogas.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • We promise to try to be the most convenient, accessible way for you to help a sick child

    with CoachArt

    CoachArt strives to make it as easy and convenient as possible for YOU to get matched with a CoachArt kid to teach an art or athletic hobby. How? We created a new online platform called CoachArt Connect where you can: - go through our online training and background check - search the students by location or activity choice - schedule a match using our secure app

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Remote Fund raisers abroad

    with Civicom

    Position Summary The remote fundraiser abroad can allow you to virtually experience new cultures, acquire new skills, and connect with new people, foundations, embassies, agencies, NGOs, and companies around the world. Working from home offers you a better experience, increased productivity, and the flexibility to work where you want. Responsibilities Create the fundraising platform Invite donors Fundraising goal You can raise the amount of your choice and ability. Our fundraising goal is sixty thousand dollars

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Do you love to read short stories? Teach a third grader how to read and answer questions.

    Become a volunteer tutor with Learn To Be! LTB Tutors are dedicated volunteers who believe deeply in educational equity. Our tutors volunteer their time to make the lives of underserved K-12 kids and their families easier, their opportunities greater, and their dreams bigger. APPLY HERE: https://www.learntobe.org/apply Responsibilities: Select your own student to work with from a list of available student profiles. Commit to tutoring at least 1-2x per week for 4 months or longer. Support your student/s with homework help or use the resources provided by LTB to create your own lesson plans for your student. Submit 1-2 minute feedback forms after each tutoring session. Don't Miss the Opportunity To: Change a kid's life for the better by providing free online tutoring to students from underserved communities. Build connections with students from all over the US to broaden your perspective and learn more about yourself. Join a diverse network of passionate individuals. Receive community service hours, letters of recommendation, and build your resume! Volunteer on your own schedule without having to leave the house. Develop your leadership skills as a successful tutor and mentor. Earn hours towards the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (LTB is a qualifying organization and would be happy to purchase the award for our tutors) *Tutoring with LTB is a 100% volunteer and unpaid position. We are so grateful for your support. We would not be where we are without our volunteer tutors.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Remote Grant writer abroad

    with Civicom

    Description The Grant Writer coordinates and supports the full lifecycle of all grants for Civicom Aid, including grant intake, grant writing, grant management, grant tracking and related activities. The incumbent is an excellent writer, highly organized, detail oriented, self-motivated, and able to competently and successfully manage multiple grants and assignments, within required deadlines. No age limit Project raodmap Information on the non-profits mission will be provided upon acceptance to give you a better idea of the targeted grants. Deliverables Volunteer will submit information on grants through a Google Sheet for tracking. Impact Your impact will help fund one or more of the seventy two communities water points for individuals and their families who have been affected by the extreme poverty, dying of hunger, children suffering from malnutrition, by providing water for crop production, home and animal consumption. B udget break down The cost of completing one community water point is US $ 5000 Please help us reach our goal - fund raise now!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Do you love to read? Help a 1st grader with their homework.

    LTB Tutors are dedicated volunteers who believe deeply in educational equity. Our tutors volunteer their time to make the lives of underserved K-12 kids and their families easier, their opportunities greater, and their dreams bigger. We are currently seeing a rise in the need for Spanish speaking tutors. Most tutoring will be done in English, but many of our families require communication in Spanish. Spanish speakers don't need to be fluent, conversational Spanish is also a plus! Responsibilities: Select your own student to work with from a list of available student profiles. Commit to tutoring at least 1-2x per week for 3 months or longer (this is flexible as semesters end) Support your student/s with homework help or use the resources provided by LTB to create your own lesson plans for your student. Submit 1-2 minute feedback forms after each tutoring session. Don't Miss the Opportunity To: Change a kid's life for the better by providing free online tutoring to students from underserved communities. Build connections with students from all over the US to broaden your perspective and learn more about yourself. Join a diverse network of passionate individuals. Receive community service hours, letters of recommendation, and build your resume! Volunteer on your own schedule without having to leave the house. Develop your leadership skills as a successful tutor and mentor. Earn hours towards the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (LTB is a qualifying organization and would be happy to purchase the award for our tutors) *Tutoring with LTB is a 100% volunteer and unpaid position. We are so grateful for your support. We would not be where we are without our volunteer tutors. APPLY HERE: https://www.learntobe.org/apply

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Are you passionate about books? Share your love of reading to a 3rd grader.

    LTB Tutors are dedicated volunteers who believe deeply in educational equity. Our tutors volunteer their time to make the lives of underserved K-12 kids and their families easier, their opportunities greater, and their dreams bigger. We are currently seeing a rise in the need for Spanish speaking tutors. Most tutoring will be done in English, but many of our families require communication in Spanish. Spanish speakers don't need to be fluent, conversational Spanish is also a plus! Responsibilities: Select your own student to work with from a list of available student profiles. Commit to tutoring at least 1-2x per week for 3 months or longer (this is flexible as semesters end) Support your student/s with homework help or use the resources provided by LTB to create your own lesson plans for your student. Submit 1-2 minute feedback forms after each tutoring session. Don't Miss the Opportunity To: Change a kid's life for the better by providing free online tutoring to students from underserved communities. Build connections with students from all over the US to broaden your perspective and learn more about yourself. Join a diverse network of passionate individuals. Receive community service hours, letters of recommendation, and build your resume! Volunteer on your own schedule without having to leave the house. Develop your leadership skills as a successful tutor and mentor. Earn hours towards the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (LTB is a qualifying organization and would be happy to purchase the award for our tutors) *Tutoring with LTB is a 100% volunteer and unpaid position. We are so grateful for your support. We would not be where we are without our volunteer tutors. APPLY HERE: https://www.learntobe.org/apply

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Database Team Lead OR team members (may turn into paid!) - Protecting Kids Online!

    with DEFEND

    We are DEFEND, an international nonprofit looking to reduce risks for kids and vulnerable people online! For more about us: www.HelpUsDefend.com We are developing a NEW social media site (65square) that will have age/identity verification for everyone. It's game like but not a game. We are looking for 1 or 2 skilled database architects or modellers to support our team of 4 database developers. This role could eventually turn into a paid role although at this time it's volunteer only. We are looking for multiple people to distribute the workload as much as possible. To apply: Send your resume/CV by email to us - info@HelpUsDefend.com

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Position: Internship Location: Turkey - Gaziantep or remote Duration: 6 months

    Time: Part time, unpaid. Overview: SRP (Solidarity, Respect and Protect) is looking for a Grants Intern to support the program team in Turkey in improving the grants department's performance in terms of quantity and quality of proposals and concept notes made. SRP was established in 2017 in Turkey. SRP is a humanitarian non-profit, non-governmental organization that was founded by a group of experts and group of activists from different nationalities, ethnics, and genders. SRP believes that supporting society, people with disabilities, and women to obtain their rights and build peace is the key approach to achieving stabilization. Vision: A peaceful society that lives in dignity and security and is aware of its duties and rights. Mission: Promoting the values of social peace and building the capacities of societies to achieve peace and sustainable development. For more information, please visit our website: https://www.srp-ngo.com/en Key responsibilities: Identify grants and opportunities by keep track of websites where grants and tenders are applied or by building networking communication with funding and donor organizations in Turkey and the region Determine proposal concept, attend strategy meetings and communicate with donors Meet proposal deadlines by establishing priorities and target dates for information gathering, writing, review, and approval; entering and monitoring tracking data; coordinating requirements with contributors; contributing proposal status information to review meetings; transmitting proposals. Develop proposals by assembling information including project nature, objectives/outcomes/deliverables, implementation, methods, timetable, staffing, budget, standards of performance, and evaluation; writing, revising, and editing drafts including executive summaries, conclusions, and organization credentials. Maintain quality results by using templates; following proposal-writing standards including readability, consistency, and tone; maintaining proposal support databases. Obtain approvals by reviewing proposals with key providers and project managers. Improves proposal-writing results by evaluating and re-designing processes, approaches, coordination, and boilerplates; implementing changes. Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; maintaining personal networks. Accomplish organization goals by accepting ownership for new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. Proof reading project’s report and our media content. Work with other interns and team members to ensure proposals are submitted timely and per quality needed The successful applicant will not receive payment for the first 6 months but based on his/her performance and based on funding, he/she may be eligible for a full-time job with a monthly stipend. Qualifications: Currently enrolled in a master’s or in a Ph.D. programme, or in the final year of a Bachelor’s programme; or within one year after graduation from a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Ph.D. programme. Excellent command of English, preferrable a native speaker, familiarity with the MENA context, experience with the humanitarian crisis in Syria, Turkey, Ukraine and Iraq Required Skills: Strong communication skills Report writing skills (English language) Deadline oriented Process improvement, coordination, strategic planning Market knowledge Technical documentation Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team, including with members working remotely Experience working in a multi-cultural environment Only native English speakers will be shortlisted for the interview. How to apply HOW TO APPLY: To apply, please send your updated CV and a cover letter to hr@srp-ngo.com with the subject of your email being ' Grants Intern.’ We also ask you to include availability times for an interview in Turkey/Gaziantep time if you are not already located there.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Social Media Team Leads & Supports - Protecting Kids Online!

    with DEFEND

    We are DEFEND. A 100% volunteer-run international organization aimed at reducing risk for children and vulnerable persons online. Please visit our website for more about us: HelpUsDefend.com Our Social Team is developing our outgoing messaging and coordinating with our other teams to do so. There's currently one Social Team lead and one graphic designer on the team and we're looking for one more Lead and several other supporting team members with a wide range of skills. Writing experience is an asset. Team Leads are responsible for the overall direction and goals of the team and addressing the Team's needs. Leads will be responsible for running meetings, reporting to DEFEND on Team progress and working out issues. Supporting team members will fill various roles and will undertake specific tasks and perform research before producing results! Please EMAIL US from our website www.HelpUsDefend.com to arrange for sending your resume and an initial interview on Zoom!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Parents/Care Givers/Social Workers/Therapists - Protecting Kids Online!

    with DEFEND

    HelpUsDefend.com We are looking for parents, caregivers, therapists, child advocates, educators and more to consider supporting others in DEFEND's new peer-to-peer support group on Facebook! Who is DEFEND? We are a 100% volunteer-run international nonprofit organization looking to reduce risk for children and vulnerable people online. Some people may be selected to be moderators and others will be asked to contribute to the ongoing conversation in the group! It's simple, easy and free! Give as much time as you can. How to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/defendparents or Search groups: "HelpUsDefend" Or to learn more visit our website and connect with our other socials: HelpUsDefend.com

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Online Events Marketing Manager

    Human Health Project (HHP)’s has a three- pronged foundation: Holistic Peer-to-Peer Information, Education and Support. Our objective is to empower people to manage their own health. For more information, please visit our website. We are seeking a marketing expert to join our Online Events Team! If you thrive in a fast-paced digital savvy environment, we are looking for you! The Events Team at Human Health Project takes pride in producing high-quality shows. We are a team of dedicated people who work hard and support each other in both workload and challenges. Come join our team of exceptional people. Responsibilities: Devise and execute email marketing, social and other digital marketing campaigns and telemarketing campaigns Source, research, write and edit marketing copy, social media posts, and other promotional content Work with designers to execute digital and print marketing collateral that support the designs and themes of events Strong editing/proofing skills Source images and artwork that help tell a story in a compelling way Analyze reports to see beyond the numbers and understand what they actually mean Brainstorm with editors, clients, and internal stakeholders for ideas for content Develop and program online surveys using survey tools (SurveyMonkey), analyzing survey data, and copywriting research commentary Project management, ensuring projects are broken down into tasks and stay on schedule Use digital tools to manage projects and ensure project flow on schedule Present ideas in front of groups or in written reports Maintain promotional calendars Adhere to budget requirements Assist with media outreach Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred - business/marketing/digital media 3-5 years relevant work experience Experience in B2B media and working with creative teams a plus Very strong MS Office Suite skills (PowerPoint, Word, Excel) and CMS experience Comfortable in Photoshop or another photo editing tool Very comfortable and competent expressing complex ideas in a straightforward way Must understand basic principles of social media marketing (via Facebook, Instagram, etc.) Able to juggle multiple details, projects and clients (internal and external) at once with a cool head Meet tight deadlines when needed Articulate, proactive and organized Advanced understanding of social media platforms Must be digital savvy Live event experience a must

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Azure Engineer for IoT Medical Devices to help in the COVID Pandemic

    with ArdenMed

    We are a non-profit organization building an infrastructure to develop, manufacture, distribute, and operate remote-controlled ventilators and oxygen concentrators that will also gather high-resolution treatment data for scientific research and treatment optimization. Status report: We have planned the basic framework for our network infrastructure but now need some help to put it into practice. We have set up an MQTT Broker to handle messages between medical devices and user interfaces and started setting up an FHIR medical database but we need to finalize some proof of concepts and ensure scalability and reliability. Description: As an Azure Engineer, you will work under the supervision and report to our Infrastructure manager and Product owner together with a small team of other volunteers. You will be able to ask questions, discuss ideas and get help when needed but a certain level of proactivity and self management are a requirement. Tasks: Designing, coding, testing, and deploying web applications and RESTful APIs in Azure Training and/or experience required: - Be able to build proof of concepts in the Azure environment - Work with Azure PaaS services and Azure Storage - Familiarity with Azure Active Directory - Coding experience with C# and/or Javascript/TypeScript - Knowledgeable in digital certificates - both client and server - Self-starter and be able to function with minimal help & supervision Become part of our mission by filling out our application form at http://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=16&request=136 That others may breathe!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • General Manager

    with ArdenMed

    We are a non-profit organization building an infrastructure to develop, manufacture, distribute and operate remote-controlled ventilators and oxygen concentrators designed to address the specific challenges of developing countries. These devices will be distributed on a charitable basis. For our Mission we need your help. If you are motivated by the description below, we encourage you to apply for this opportunity using our internal system at http://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=16&request=136 Your Impact We are looking for an entrepreneurial minded individual who can lead our organization to develop product, revenue streams, and customers in the non-profit operational environment. You will be an exceptional steward of the organization’s financial assets and its volunteers’ time. Your previous leadership experience in non-governmental or health service organizations allows you to prioritize projects, allocate resources, and motivate the team to complete its objectives. Your industry experience will guide the organization through its most pressing needs to include fundraising, market development, and regulatory compliance/approval. You will conduct weekly meetings with directors to steer their efforts, and you will make tough decisions in a lean start-up environment. The integrity and passion you bring to every decision motivates each volunteer to do the same as we strive to fulfill our mission. This role has supreme influence on the success of the organization and equally provides an immense opportunity to change the lives of many in our underprivileged communities around the world. Your Responsibilities Define go-to-market strategy Direct day-to-day operations Prioritize business objectives Coach functional directors Recruit talented leaders Ensure regulatory compliance Oversee fundraising and business development Prepare comprehensive budgets and financial reports Build partnerships with other non-profits and NGOs Develop leaders within the organization Liaise with the Board of Directors Engage volunteer workforce Requirements Leadership in non-governmental or health service organization, or technical start-up Seasoned fundraiser and business developer Experience in multi-national program management Experience bringing products to market Highly ethical behavior Effective communicator and motivator Exceptional interpersonal skills (Preferred) Masters in Business Administration or equivalent (Preferred) Familiarity with FDA (or equivalent) medical device approval process (Preferred) Existing relationships/contacts with established NGOs (IRC, WHO, UNICEF, etc) Required Weekly Time Commitment 20 hours per week *This is a substantial volunteer (unpaid) position Become part of our mission by filling out our application form at http://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=16&request=136 That others may breathe!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • COVID-19 Nonprofit Financials Review

    Unity Bands is seeking an accountant familiar with nonprofit finances to review accounting paperwork. This review is to ensure documentation is complete, consistent, and provides clarity of program activities, and will be used to apply for a grant. About Unity Bands: Unity Bands Inc. is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting COVID-19 response and research efforts.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Financial Controller

    with ArdenMed

    We are a non-profit organization building an infrastructure to develop, manufacture, distribute and operate oxygen concentrators designed to address the specific challenges of developing countries. These devices will be distributed on a charitable basis. For our Mission we need your help. If you are motivated by the description below, we encourage you to apply for this opportunity using our internal system at http://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=16&request=136 Your Impact The Controller helps establish and direct the organization’s financial goals and objectives, its budget, and Financial Plan. The Controller has primary responsibility for ensuring that internal controls are in place, enforced, and reviewed periodically for conformance to accounting and financial standards and applicable regulations. Your Responsibilities Advises Top Management on financial reporting processes for a non-profit. Analyzes financial statements, and prepares reports and recommendations to Top Management and the Board of Directors concerning financial performance. Annually creates a capital plan that aligns with overall business plans and strategies, and reviews the capital plan with Top Management and the Board of Directors. Arranges and run financial management meetings, and prepares financial reports and presentations for scheduled financial management meetings. Assesses risks and exposure due to business conducted in foreign currency, prepares a report and recommendations for dealing with foreign currencies, and follows and executes the established foreign exchange management policy. Directs the development of financial plans to meet the needs of the Company’s operations. Ensures that processes needed for the financial management system are established, implemented, and maintained. Manages banking relationships, the check signing authority process, and alerts all individuals and banks of any changes to authority. Prepares and submits all financial statements as required by law. Safeguards all company information and determines the appropriate level of detail for release. Requirements Certified Public Accountant desirable A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration, economics, or other suitable field of study is required; a master’s degree in finance, accounting, or business administration is preferred. Must have 5+ years of experience as a financial executive and leader with industry experience. Must be a visionary and creative person with sound judgment and technical skills, analytical ability, and ability to focus and prioritize multiple - and sometimes competing - projects. High moral and ethical standards are required. Desired Skills [Financial Auditing] Core Competencies [Decision Making, Teamwork, Focus, Planning and organizing, Oral Communication, Problem Solving, Leadership, Flexibility, Time management, Responsibility, Commitment, Results-driven] Required Weekly Time Commitment in hours: 10-15 Become part of our mission by filling out our application form at http://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=16&request=136 That others may breathe!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • SCRIPT WRITER FOR A SHORT FILM

    WE HAVE A FIRST DRFAT OF A LOVE OSTRY THATIS 36 PAGES LONG. IT NEEDS A REWIRTE/SHORTIENG FO HTE SOTRY LINE SO IT IS ONY 30 PAGES. ANYONE INTERESTED IN POETRY WOULD LOVE THIS. THE SCRIPT NEEDS SOME WORK ON FLUSHING OUT CHARACTERS/ TIGHTENING THE STORY AND IMPROVING THE PACE.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Suicide Prevention Telephone Hotline Volunteer

    Seeking caring, compassionate volunteers to staff our suicide prevention hotline. Samaritans Southcoast suicide prevention hotline is open to all callers, 15 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our hotline is available free to anyone who needs support. Kare Calls are made to seniors who might otherwise be lonely and isolated. Each volunteer participates in a 35-hour mandatory training program, which includes working with a trained volunteer. Trainings are scheduled for November 2021, and January 2022. Volunteers are asked to cover a 2.5-hour shift or two weekly. A minimum of a 6-month commitment is expected. Volunteer work is remote and flexible. Internship and work-study are offered to college students as well as community service opportunities. Applicants must undergo a background check to be considered.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Grant Writer / Grants Manager

    Nuestros Alimentos is a neighbors-helping-neighbors grassroots anti-hunger, health promoting organization. LA was already home to the largest number of food insecure people in the country and Covid-19 just exacerbated the issue. More of our neighbors are going hungry while over one million tons of food goes into LA landfills every year. Every week Nuestros Alimentos distributes groceries to thousands of Angeleños. The donated food comes farms, community trees, gardens, restaurants and supermarkets where it would have otherwise gone to waste. Unusable food is diverted from landfills, where it would create methane, to community gardens. We are looking for help researching, writing and managing grants. We are also looking for assistance establishing and maintaining a grant and donor database and donor relations. Grants include corporate, foundation and government.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • #COVID 19-Help us to establish a mushroom growing project

    The assignment needs potential people that maybe willing to work with to establish a mushroom growing project.The opportunity is directly addressing the impacts of the covid 19 pandemic because mushroom growing is very much essential in nutrition improvement to boost the peoples immunity and to create employment and increase peoples income.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Helping a Family Heal with a Memory Bear for the Bereaved

    Have you been thinking about ways in which you can give back? Help ease the burden of losing a love one while giving back to your community. Enrich the lives of our bereaved families by making Memory Bears! Are you interested in helping others? Are you looking for ways in which you can give back to your community? If you answered yes, the Sewing Memory Bears and Pillows Volunteer, for the Bereaved opportunities at Heartland Hospice may be the perfect fit for you! All of the supplies are provided to you, we just need your unique craft! You designate how many bears you would like to make and make them at your own speed! Our office is located in Crown Point, IN and we serve patients Lake & Porter County. If you are interested in learning more about sewing Memory Bears for the bereaved or other volunteer opportunities with Heartland ProMedica Hospice, please contact Tammy Johnson, Volunteer Coordinator at 219-472-2020 or tammy.johnson@hcr-manorcare.org.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • #MLK-Assist our children with basic necessities during this corona virus pandemic.

    We are looking for potential people that maybe willing to support our socially and economically needy children and orphans towards getting basic necessities during this lockdown in our country caused by the corona virus pandemic that is affecting the whole world.Two months back our government gave a directive to close all schools as a measure to stop the virus from spreading rapidly.However,the 100 socially and economically needy children and orphans that we are looking after at Holy Cross Namutenga Community Orphanage,had to stay with us because they have no relatives where to go.Still,the volunteers that were giving financial assistance and material support had to leave the country back to their home countries.In that respect,we are looking for potential people that maybe willing to support us to get basic necessities like food,milk,salt,masks,sanitizers,to enable us keep these needy children alive.Everyday each child needs about 5$ to buy him or her basic requirements.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Aspiring TikTok Star

    Thank you for taking time to read our announcement. Do you have dreams of being a star and love being in front of a camera? Here's your chance to to represent an organization and gain some experience by working with us. Community service hours can be confirmed for those who need them. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to ask@rebeccaeverlene.org.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Assist us to construct a community library

    We are looking for potential people that maybe willing to support us to construct a community library in our community during this corona virus pandemic.The public needs update information during this time so they are aware of what is going on in the country.However,due to lack of a facility that we can use to get the correct information,we normally get false information from different unrealizable sources.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Executive Intern - Programs

    Intern is responsible for overseeing one or more programs within the organization. Creates and revises programs, develops policies and guidelines, recruits and trains staff, with fundraising chair raises funds, and ensures compliance with government relations. Primary responsibilities Create and supervise programs. With the Fundraising Coordinator, plan and launch fundraising events to support programs. Devise budgets and ensure the budget for programs are adhered to throughout the fiscal year. Reach out to the community for volunteers and support. Contribute to writing grant proposals for program funds. Coordinate all activities of the program. Supervise, recruit, and train staff. Monitor the effectiveness and results of the program and plan adjustments. Ensure compliance with all government relations. Attend community events to represent programs. Since the Intern adapts to the lifestyle of the community that is served, the candidate needs to be open-minded about other people’s way of life. Depending on the duration that the Intern needs to spend in a certain community, the candidate has to be prepared physically and emotionally in dealing with a new group of people. It is important for the community members to trust the Intern. With trust as the foundation, the community members can open up about their need for programs that can improve their lives. The Intern has the power to influence choices and behavior in the community. Relationships are developed through one-on-one interaction. It is important for the Intern to be able to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate community programs. With the many fields that a Program Intern can engage in, it is the Community & Faith-Based nonprofit organizations, and local businesses, schools and political offices including health departments that are most well known. In this kind of work, flexible work hours are needed and hard work is required of the Intern.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Be a Phone Friend to a Lonely and Isolated Elder in DuPage or Kane County!

    Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly's philosophy, programs, and activities are focused on alleviating loneliness and isolation among elders in DuPage and Kane Counties. The need for social interaction is critical to the human spirit - we believe that nurturing the soul is as important as feeding the body. The elders we work with have no or little contact with family and/or friends and are essentially alone. Volunteers support elders in friendship through various activities and programs. A great way to alleviate loneliness and isolation is regular phone calls. We are seeking volunteers to commit to calling an elder twice a month for twelve months. The goal of the Phone Visitor Volunteer role is to develop a friendship together. Little Brothers began regular phone calls at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to do so, as many of our elders remain in their home for numerous reasons. Join us at an upcoming Zoom orientation. Please register through link below. Attendance at a one-hour orientation session is required to volunteer, as well as a successful completion of a background screen. Become a volunteer! - Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly (lbfechicago.org) After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. More information can be found at www.lbfechicago.org. Join Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly today to make an impact in an older person's life! See you soon and be well!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Social Media Manager (Youtube)

    Refuge Network supports people in socio-economic difficulties especially rough sleepers, impoverished families, homeless people, refugees, and marginalised individuals. We run an outdoor soup kitchen in Central London and operate various outreach programmes. The Need: We are doing a great job of helping people but have not been very good at developing our social media presence! We need an experienced social media expert to help develop, grow, and maintain our Youtube channel. The Work: Working remotely and reporting to one of our Directors, you will be responsible for: Creating relevant content for our Youtube Channel. Editing and uploading videos of our activities. Building and increasing our subscriber base. Developing social media campaigns and creating awareness of our various causes. Promoting our events/activities on the platform and keeping the channel up to date. Recruiting volunteers via the channel. Generating donations to support our work. Engaging with subscribers and members of the public on Youtube. Generally maintaining the channel Your Benefit: You will acquire new skills and work enrich your cv. You develop new friendships as part of our small family team of volunteers drawn from many countries. You will expand your professional network. You get the satisfaction of giving something back to humanity and the community. You will be making a difference in the lives of deprived individuals and groups locally and internationally.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Pro-Bono Sustainability Consultant San Diego

    The Seed Consulting Group San Diego Chapter is seeking pro bono consultants from a broad range of industries and academic disciplines to apply for our Fall Consulting Cycle. Selected consultants will work with a virtual team of 3-5 other volunteers to implement a 10-12-week consulting project for a California-based nonprofit organization or government entity. All Seed projects serve an environmental and sustainability-driven mission for our clients. Volunteers will be able to gain hands-on consulting experience, learn about and help advance the environmental initiatives of local nonprofits, and expand their professional networks. Some of the skills our past consultants have brought include: Marketing and communications Business and program development Sustainability, environmental science, and impact strategy Nonprofit management Financial modeling and data analytics Incorporation into a 501c We also welcome people who are new to consulting! Applications are due Sep. 1st, 2022 _________________________________ About Seed Consulting Group Founded in 2014, Seed Consulting Group is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides pro bono consulting services to nonprofit organizations and government entities. Our pro bono consultants are emerging professionals that give their time and intellect towards advancing the work of environmental nonprofits and initiatives. We have four thriving chapters in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, and San Diego are supported by an influential group of sustainability leaders. Since its founding in 2014, a network of 300 volunteers has provided 27,000 hours in pro bono consulting services to over 50 nonprofits. http://seedcg.org https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0Ag2WK9kaw

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Volunteer Researcher for Non-Profit Lawyer Resources

    New Vision Organization, Inc. a 501 (C)(4) Nonprofit Organization, founded in 2004, is now focused on First-Time Offenders of any offense, serving life/LWOP and the incarcerated individuals being abused and deprived of their Civil/Human Rights, in Massachusetts prisons. NVO is seeking a Volunteer Researcher for Non-Profit Corporate, Criminal, Civil Rights and Post-Conviction Lawyer Resources. In addition, the Organization is looking to recruit an advocate for contacts with University Law Schools and Clinics, currently reviewing initial trial transcripts of currently incarcerated individuals, to determine if errors were made or information left out, that could possibly determine if the incarcerated individual/s are eligible to receive a new trial and/or if they may have enough information to substantiate a wrongful conviction review. If interested please contact: Leonna Abraham Brandao / nvopres@verizon.net, or phone (508) 583-0051.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Parent Leader - Chicago 5th Ward

    The primary criteria for recruiting these parent leaders is your passion, desire, and enthusiasm for making positive changes in their family and community. There are minimal age restrictions and all community residents who consider themselves parents are eligible for volunteering, including teen parents, grandparents, foster parents, and non-custodial fathers. Previous experience with and training by Strengthening Families Illinois will be considered a plus. The project is highly structured and facilitated through a comprehensive implementation manual. Once parent leaders are trained, they will form teams to design and implement service projects which will contribute to building protective factors in their community. Service projects will be designed with an eye toward making a positive contribution to the community. There will be service projects for each community including: editing and updating the "Parents Guide to What’s Good in the Neighborhood" website and scheduling ongoing parent cafes (or other ways to teach parents in the community about the protective factors and assist them with strengthening their families). Peer-to-peer community outreach using Parent Leaders is an effective and empowering way to engage residents in ongoing conversation around violence prevention, mental wellness and positive coping strategies to stress and trauma. In this component of the Parent Leadership Training Initiative (PLTI), the Parent Leadership in Action Network (PLAN) will: Identify low-income parents and other caregivers of color in various communities who have been "through the fire" in dealing with their own issues (life struggles) and have navigated the tricky waters and challenges of raising adolescents; Recruit these parents for volunteerism (8 hours per week) doing community education and outreach to their peers (other parents of adolescents); Arm these parents with content (mental wellness) communications, training on prevention (violence) strategies and leadership training; Provide ongoing personal development opportunities, including group activities; and Prepare these new parent leaders to become "go-to" resources in the neighborhood. Document the impact of COVID-19 on each family's stability. Complete the online application at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe1ImVttGIuackE-UdCOPvbPdIKKoOqOc_0AeBadiazD7dd7Q/viewform http://awofinc.wixsite.com/awofinc/pirc https://www.facebook.com/AWOFINC.PIRC

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Parent Leader - Northshore

    The primary criteria for recruiting these parent leaders is your passion, desire, and enthusiasm for making positive changes in their family and community. There are minimal age restrictions and all community residents who consider themselves parents are eligible for volunteering, including teen parents, grandparents, foster parents, and non-custodial fathers. Previous experience with and training by Strengthening Families Illinois will be considered a plus. The project is highly structured and facilitated through a comprehensive implementation manual. Once parent leaders are trained, they will form teams to design and implement service projects which will contribute to building protective factors in their community. Service projects will be designed with an eye toward making a positive contribution to the community. There will be service projects for each community including: editing and updating the "Parents Guide to What’s Good in the Neighborhood" website and scheduling ongoing parent cafes (or other ways to teach parents in the community about the protective factors and assist them with strengthening their families). Peer-to-peer community outreach using Parent Leaders is an effective and empowering way to engage residents in ongoing conversation around violence prevention, mental wellness and positive coping strategies to stress and trauma. In this component of the Parent Leadership Training Initiative (PLTI), the Parent Leadership in Action Network (PLAN) will: Identify low-income parents and other caregivers of color in various communities who have been "through the fire" in dealing with their own issues (life struggles) and have navigated the tricky waters and challenges of raising adolescents; Recruit these parents for volunteerism (8 hours per week) doing community education and outreach to their peers (other parents of adolescents); Arm these parents with content (mental wellness) communications, training on prevention (violence) strategies and leadership training; Provide ongoing personal development opportunities, including group activities; and Prepare these new parent leaders to become "go-to" resources in the neighborhood. Document the impact of COVID-19 on each family's stability. Complete the online application at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe1ImVttGIuackE-UdCOPvbPdIKKoOqOc_0AeBadiazD7dd7Q/viewform http://awofinc.wixsite.com/awofinc/pirc

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Program Director - Social Justice

    Social Justice Program Director will have a role in designing, implementing, and managing programs to bring about social change and equality for vulnerable and marginalized African-American populations. Develop programs and initiatives dvocating on behalf of victims and marginalized populations for their rights to services and justice The Director should have skills in program development, management, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation, research and analysis, and more. The Program Director will often work with local organizations and community partners to implement and run the programs their organization is putting in place. The Program Director should have skills in research and analysis, as well as a working knowledge of law and policy within the region in which they serve. Responsible for keeping up with changes and trends in economics, social concerns, politics, and other relevant events so they can recommend and influence policy in the best way possible for the focus area. Program initiatives work towards social justice and human rights in the most hands-on approach. They work directly with the people to help them connect to services they need and to help build communities through social and development programs. Supervises personnel who generally work at the local or state levels with non-governmental organizations or local government agencies, field officers in international organizations work. The Program Director must have a passion for working directly with people and must have great communication skills. Qualifications: Program Director typically require a master’s degree in social justice, human rights, international development, or another related field. Between 3 and 10 years of work experience, depending on the management level the job requires. The Program Director should have skills in statistics, management, budgeting, as well as program design and development.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Associate Program Director - Racial Equity

    BLACK is seeking talented people from diverse backgrounds and experiences and a commitment to racial equity and social justice to lead change and inspire our services to and support the African American Community. We are seeking a stellar Racial Equity Social Justice (RESJ) Associate Progam Director who models the core values and who is fueled by a passion to lead the development and deployment of multiple RESJ partnerships designed to provide culturally responsive and culturally specific academic, social, and/or emotional support services to communities and families. To achieve our vision, we want someone who has a commitment to life-long learning, a vision for team success, and the ability to serve and support our culturally specific community partners. BLACK is committed to eliminating systemic racism and its adverse impact on student learning, and we seek candidates who bring a deep commitment to racial equity and social justice. The candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Education, Counseling, Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, Social Work or a related field and at least three (3) years working with children and/or adolescents to effect positive academic, social, and/or emotional life-skills with one of those years or as a Program Supervisor or two (2) years as a Student Advocate. Preferred but not Required Master’s degree will also substitute for one year of experience in a lead or supervisory role Experience serving the needs of a richly diverse student and community population Experience managing a portfolio of partnership contracts to achieve expressed goals Understanding how Racial equity policies impact student achievement, discipline, and graduation Experience in a lead, supervisory, or management role is preferred

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Convenient, virtual & fun opportunity to coach a kid with chronic illness

    with CoachArt

    We're thrilled to be matching kids impacted by chronic illness in your area with volunteers like you! CoachArt volunteers spend 1 hour a week for 4 weeks sharing their favorite hobby with a local CoachArt kid -- a child or teenager who is impacted by a chronic illness. We've matched over 10,000 kids & teens with volunteers who are eager to share their art or athletic talents with them! Just by sharing your hobby 1 hour a week for 4 weeks, you have the power to help a child with chronic illness see themselves as more than a patient, but as an artist, a musician, an athlete like you. Click "I WANT TO HELP!" and we’ll send you more information.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Volunteer Virtual Paralegals-Law Students for Incarcerated In MA

    NVO seeks nonbiased, non-judging and sincere Volunteer Paralegals and Law Students to assist First-Time Offenders serving life and Life Without Parole sentences, for any offense, in Massachusetts. Legal Advocates to assist with legal issues and research. Prisoners who committed their first offense before the age of twenty--five years (25) who have thus far, served twenty five years or more. and who were never afforded a second chance at freedom, subsequent to the ongoing stereotypical views of prisoners. Interested parties can contact: Leonna Brandao at nvopres@verizon.net

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Help with COVID 19 - Join a NY Nonprofit Board - We Need You Now

    The New York nonprofit community is getting hit hard by COVID 19 just as NY needs us most. Help us think through unimaginable challenges by being a new voice on a board - join a nonprofit board today! NY needs us now more than ever. To deliver for NY we need your help. BoardAssist is the leading personalized board recruiting resource available to the tri-state nonprofit community. We offer New Yorkers who want to make a real change in the nonprofit world hundreds of board options and advice on selecting the right one for them. Our nonprofit clients range from start-up organizations to some of the most established names in the nonprofit community, and serve interest areas from arts and education to the environment and poverty relief. Though most BoardAssist clients are New York-based, they serve locally, nationally and internationally. BoardAssist has been responsible for bringing over $150 million into the nonprofit community through our board placements over the last 20 years. We are a nonprofit ourselves. Please send your resume or LinkedIn link when emailing BoardAssist at info@boardassist.org, or simply fill out our new Candidate Application We very much appreciate your interest in giving back!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Oakland Volunteers: Will you teach music virtually to a young student impacted by chronic illness?

    with CoachArt

    Right now a young student who is impacted by chronic illness is hoping to learn music from YOU. With just 1 hour a week, for 8 weeks, YOU can make a difference in that student's life by coaching them. As part of our matching process with volunteers and students, we use the power of ART and ATHLETIC extracurricular activities, as a source for the self expression and empowerment that our students need. All matches are made in a 1-on-1 or group setting, and are tailored to fit your background as a volunteer, according to your activity interests, location, and time availability. So if you are not musically inclined, but have another artistic and/or athletic hobbies such as: cooking, sports, art, dance or poetry (and everything in between), the opportunity is still there for you to make a lasting impact today!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Academic Resource Developer/Graphic Artist

    Autism Learners is an organization dedicated to providing education resources for students with special needs. We are seeking an individual to develop content (i.e. worksheets) that will be made available to educators, parents and students with special needs. The individual in this role must be able to develop graphics that will be used within the education resource material. We are ready to work with you and continue to support the special needs community one resource at a time. Visit our website - autismlearners.com or facebook.com/autismlearners for more information. Role Duties Develop education resource material as assigned by the curriculum lead (including graphics and text) Develop 20-25 resources that can be made in a printable or digital format, as assigned Requirements Experience with developing digital graphics (e.g. images in color or black & white) Ability to effectively utilize Affinity Publisher or Adobe InDesign 1+ year of experience working in the field of education, specifically special education (preferred) Have access to modern technology devices such as a laptop that can be used to perform day-to-day role-related tasks

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Curriculum Developer - Mathematics

    Autism Learners is an organization dedicated to providing education resources for students with special needs. We are seeking an individual to develop curriculum and content (i.e. worksheets) that will be made available to educators, parents and students with special needs. The individual in this role will use their expertise to create concepts for education resources, as well as, support team members in the development of the education resource content. We are ready to work with you and continue to support the special needs community one resource at a time. Visit our website - autismlearners.com or facebook.com/autismlearners for more information. Role Duties Collaborate with curriculum lead to develop exceptional mathematics content Provide direction to artist and illustrators in the development of academic content Oversee the design, quality and implementation of content material Requirements Bachelor's degree or higher in math, education or special education 1+ year of experience working in the field of education, specifically special education (preferred) Have access to modern technology devices such as a laptop that can be used to perform day-to-day role-related tasks Excellent writing and communication skills Excellent leadership and follow-through skills

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Curriculum Developer - English/Language Arts

    Autism Learners is an organization dedicated to providing education resources for students with special needs. We are seeking an individual to develop curriculum and content (i.e. worksheets) that will be made available to educators, parents and students with special needs. The individual in this role will use their expertise to create concepts for education resources, as well as, support team members in the development of the education resource content. We are ready to work with you and continue to support the special needs community one resource at a time. Visit our website - autismlearners.com or facebook.com/autismlearners for more information. Role Duties Collaborate with curriculum lead to develop exceptional english/language arts content Provide direction to artist and illustrators in the development of academic content Oversee the design, quality and implementation of content material Requirements Bachelor's degree or higher in education or special education 1+ year of experience working in the field of education, specifically special education (preferred) Have access to modern technology devices such as a laptop that can be used to perform day-to-day role-related tasks Excellent writing and communication skills Excellent leadership and follow-through skills

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • SOUND MIX FOR A DOCUMENTARY

    We need an experienced sound designer /mixer to complete the sound for a 60 min long documentary. THE FIRST 20 MIN OF THE FILM ARE IN GOOD SHARE..

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Volunteer Tutors Needed For Adult Learners Throughout Delaware!!

    Literacy Delaware is looking for adults throughout Delaware to tutor other adults in basic reading or English language instruction. All necessary training is provided. Upon completion of training, tutors are matched with learners. Learners and tutors will hold their sessions on mutually agreed upon days and times. Volunteers are matched with adult client(s), individuals or small groups, who need reading, writing and/or English language instruction. Volunteers receive necessary training and instructional materials. Volunteers meet weekly with client(s) at mutually convenient times and locations; this can be done virtually, online. Support is always available when needed. Please contact us for more information: admin@literacydelaware.org 302.658.5624 or apply online www.literacydelaware.org/tutors.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Donate Children's Clothing To Help Those In Need

    There are 22 million children in America at risk of clothing insecurity. Giving Factory Direct matches you with a child in our communities so you can donate high-quality, new or gently used children's clothing from the comfort of your own home. After creating an account, you will let us know what clothing you'd like to give, and you will be matched to a child within 30 days. Once matched, you have 10 days to ship the clothing directly to the child using a pre-paid UPS shipping label. Learn more and sign up to donate at www.cradlestocrayons.org/givingfactorydirect When donating, please use Group Code:VMatch0722

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • ❤ Host Families Make a Difference WORLDWIDE ❤

    Host Families who provide life changing opportunities for students will ALWAYS BE ESSENTIAL and MAKE A DIFFERENCE! #hostfamiliesareessential Become a SHARE! host family, today: 214-366-4678 -or-800-941-3738 sharesouthwest.org info@sharesouthwest.org

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Parent Leader - Chicago Metro South

    The primary criteria for recruiting these parent leaders is your passion, desire, and enthusiasm for making positive changes in their family and community. There are minimal age restrictions and all community residents who consider themselves parents are eligible for volunteering, including teen parents, grandparents, foster parents, and non-custodial fathers. Previous experience with and training by Strengthening Families Illinois will be considered a plus. The project is highly structured and facilitated through a comprehensive implementation manual. Once parent leaders are trained, they will form teams to design and implement service projects which will contribute to building protective factors in their community. Service projects will be designed with an eye toward making a positive contribution to the community. There will be service projects for each community including: editing and updating the "Parents Guide to What’s Good in the Neighborhood" website and scheduling ongoing parent cafes (or other ways to teach parents in the community about the protective factors and assist them with strengthening their families). Peer-to-peer community outreach using Parent Leaders is an effective and empowering way to engage residents in ongoing conversation around violence prevention, mental wellness and positive coping strategies to stress and trauma. In this component of the Parent Leadership Training Initiative (PLTI), the Parent Leadership in Action Network (PLAN) will: Identify low-income parents and other caregivers of color in various communities who have been "through the fire" in dealing with their own issues (life struggles) and have navigated the tricky waters and challenges of raising adolescents; Recruit these parents for volunteerism (8 hours per week) doing community education and outreach to their peers (other parents of adolescents); Arm these parents with content (mental wellness) communications, training on prevention (violence) strategies and leadership training; Provide ongoing personal development opportunities, including group activities; and Prepare these new parent leaders to become "go-to" resources in the neighborhood. Document the impact of COVID-19 on each family's stability. Complete the online application at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe1ImVttGIuackE-UdCOPvbPdIKKoOqOc_0AeBadiazD7dd7Q/viewform http://awofinc.wixsite.com/awofinc/pirc https://www.facebook.com/AWOFINC.PIRC

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Arts Photographer / Reviewer

    with ArtsEarth

    ArtsEarth is looking for enthusiastic photojournalists to join our staff on a volunteer basis to submit original concert reviews, artist(s) photoshoots, attended gallery openings, cover theatre productions, etc. worldwide in your geographical arts neighborhood. As this is a volunteer position at ArtsEarth, your schedule deadlines are at least one article submission a month, by the 20th of the month though we do encourage more article submissions. You will receive a(n) ______@artsearth.org business email address and printed business cards as a representative of ArtsEarth but you first need to demonstrate your commitment with real results and quality material submitted regularly to ArtsEarth every month. Selected staff are also issued staff press passes as well, after regular dedicated service (approximately 1 year).

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Make a Difference - Farmland and Parker City

    Volunteer for Heart to Heart Hospice in Albany, Farmland and Muncie, IN Would you like to become a friend to a hospice patient? You can read, have conversations, hold their hand, or simply just be a presence when they really need someone near. There is a lot of flexibility with this opportunity because activities really vary with the relationship and what the patient is capable of doing. We are very flexible with your schedule. If you prefer to visit one patient at a time, multiple in one building, or to travel we can work that all out. You can also let me know if you feel comfortable visiting in a patient’s home or only at facilities. Our volunteers make their own schedule. Many volunteers visit once a month while others may volunteer multiple times a week. We do ask that you attempt to be able to visit the same amount of times each month. We can always increase visits or have someone cover if need be. Everyone creates a huge difference in making sure our patients feel loved. In order to become a volunteer of Heart to Heart Hospice, the following steps are required: Application- Emailed or mailed to you! Interview- a short interview must be completed to discuss your interest and availability. This can be completed in person or via telephone. Background Check (no charge) TB Screening- A two-step screening is required upon "hire" along with one TB test annually (no charge). Orientation Training- required training must be completed prior to beginning this volunteer opportunity. COVID Vaccine Required or Approved Exemption If you're interested email me at: kpitt@htohh.com, or call at (765)677-0684. Hope to hear from you soon!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Online Event Planner

    Human Health Project (HHP)’s has a three- pronged foundation: Holistic Peer-to-Peer Information, Education and Support. Our objective is to empower people to manage their own health. For more information, please visit our website. Summary: Human Health Project (www.humanhealthproject.org) is looking for an energetic, articulate, self-directed, and organized Special Events Manager to work closely with our Development and Marketing team. The purpose of the Human Health Project (HHP) is to get health information and peer-to-peer support from the HHP community around the world in response to Health Topics that are posted. Anyone participating in HHP may post a health experience on HHP’s website. This will prompt other HHP users to post information and advice about this person's health experience. HHP's website will store all of this about the health expereince in one place to facilitate sharing information and providing or receiving support. Generally, information and support will be provided by members of the public who want to help people anonymously who have health conditions and questions. Our goal is to improve access, self-management, equity, and affordability of health care throughout the world. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Plans, organizes, coordinates, promotes, and facilitates the HHP Online Events Establishes budget and timelines and contacts venues, speakers, and donors Drafts and sends invitations to donors and guests Schedules and maintains communication with speakers, vendors, and participants Coordinates and monitors event timelines Reviews and analyzes evaluations Assists in preparing a variety of publications, materials, and programs for events Initiates, coordinates and/or participates in all efforts to publicize promotion of all events. The Event Planner need not work out of HHP's offices, all work can be virtual.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Pro-bono Grant Writer for Hendricks Foundation Inc.

    I am Dean Hendricks, Founder and CEO of Hendricks Foundation. We are in need of a couple grant writers to help fund our mission. Our mission is to be the bridge to the digital divide. Our primary method of achieving said goal is to: take donations of used, broken or outdated computing devices, rehabilitate or repurpose donated devices and distribute them to students who need access to the digital Universe. Without the right access to modern tools, they may be eclipsed by our fast paced world. Since the start of the pandemic, We have seen the true natures of what lack to the digital universe can do. That is why the Hendricks Foundation was founded. And with your help, we will be able to repair more computers and start new programs to help bridge the divide at faster pace.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Goal oriented & organized?

    Our organisation is looking for someone who finds organising files in their free time, somewhat exciting :P With loads of activities & room for growth across our organisation, someone addicted to in house organisation is key in this role at Operation: ADULTING. First, check us out at flow.page/OperationAdulting to learn more about the non-profit DISRUPTOR & don't forget to keep an eye on your SPAM folder in case our e-mails head there! Second, complete the short questionnaire included with this opportunity & let us know if you have any questions!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Seeking A Volunteer Website Manager

    New Vision Organization in Massachusetts is seeking a Website Designer/ Manager to manage, update, improve and maintain the Organization's website. The site can be viewed at: www.nvopres.com If interested, you may contact Founder/President: Leonna Abraham Brandao at nvopres@verizon.net . Or phone (508) 583-0051

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Technology Associate (5 hours / week)

    We are looking for several non-paid volunteer roles at The Bridging Tech Charitable Fund. If interested please email us at contact@bridgingtech.org and let us know the role you are applying for and include your resume. Technology Associate (5 hours/week): Assist with managing all national technology drives, establishing partnerships with national refurbishers, performing community outreach, and working directly with community volunteers on technology donation logistics. Requires excellent organization and communication skills. The Bridging Tech Charitable Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity with a mission to bridge the digital divide for K-12 students affected by homelessness in the United States by providing educational opportunities and technology. Particularly during the current crises of racial bias coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic, getting online devices to the millions of kids who do not have access to an educational device at home is critical to reduce the systemic inequity prevalent in our society. To find out more information about our mission please check out our website at https://www.bridgingtech.org/

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Encourage Summer Reading - Run a Virtual Book Drive!

    Study after study shows that early reading has a long term positive affect on all children in their educational success. But many children in under-served communities don't own even one book. Open doors for these kids by helping to get new books into their hands so they can enjoy the gift of reading in their home by running a Virtual Book Drive. With the YouGiveGoods free giving platform, your virtual book drive is safe, easy to do, engaging, and fully transparent. It's never been easier to give the gift a reading to a child in need - visit YouGiveGoods.com or contact us at EventSpecialist@YouGiveGoods.com to learn more and get started.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Secretary needed for Board of Directors seeks positive change-makers & do-gooders!

    In order to mitigate damages caused by undeniable inequality, Operation: ADULTing curates projects for young adults which create global social impact. We're back and better than ever! We've partnered with CONINVR This will be our second year in a row hosting Computer Science 4 All! Our organization's mission curates virtual & IRL activities to ensure the next generation is prepped for most of the things the "Real World" will throw at them. What makes us different is that we're are a diverse, millennial & gen-z 501(c)(3) -with members who have been featured in Forbes 30 under 30, NPR, Lesbians Who Tech, Tedtalks and more- assisting minority high school & college seniors with navigating adulthood upon leaving the orbits of high school & college while introducing them to diverse leaders of their fields. We're seeking one (1) First Vice-chair , two (2) Treasurers and three (3) ( Secretaries), all of whom are willing to be hands on & share their knowledge. In joining our Board, you must: be familiar with STEM/ STEAM ( Science/Space, Technology, Engineering, Artificial Intelligence + Art, Media - we know: that isn't what the 'M' stands for; they don't call us DISRUPTIVE without reason) Contract/commercial law (such as the Uniform Commercial Code) + Political Sciences crypto-finance mental health be comfortable meeting and speaking with many people of various backgrounds Form strategic plans in order to accomplish O: A’s mission willing to partake in meetings confidently In addition to must haves: please have a go-getter attitude and a willingness to work as a team be comfortable across Apple/Android/Windows platforms as you will be dialing in for our board meetings for the time being be just as excited as we are to help future generations of diverse innovators Our mission is to eliminate prejudice within the minority and LGBTQ+ communities while combating community deterioration across the five (5) boroughs by: building confidence in high school & college -almost- grads through mentoring, volunteering, fundraising opportunities, and networking workshops promoting positive mental health through mindfulness instilling goal setting, financial literacy and the importance of digital safety and identity all while building a community built to empower those who choose to follow in their footsteps! If you're sincere about your commitment and interested in contributing your expertise in running nonprofit programs, managing community relations and fundraising, than this is the org for you!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Facilitate brain games over the phone for older adults

    Family Eldercare's Lifetime Connections Without Walls is a virtual activities program that provides older adults an opportunity to connect with others across the country. We offer social and educational sessions, all from the comfort of home. We're looking for volunteers to facilitate our Brain Aerobics session on Fridays at 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Central Standard Time (CST). The time commitment is about 12:45 pm-1:45 pm CST to account for pre and post-session tasks. If every Friday is too much of a commitment, no worries; we can look at setting a rotational schedule depending on how many volunteers we get for this opportunity. Our Brain Aerobics session is Family Feud-style. You pull up Family Feud-type questions online and read them to participants over the phone and they come up with the answers. While we've been using Family Feud-type questions for many years, we are open to changing it up if you have ideas. The goal of the session is to get the brain engaged and have fun! While this volunteer opportunity is virtual, you must live in the U.S. A phone, computer, and internet connected is required, along with positive and fun energy that transfers well over the phone to older adults. Training and ongoing support provided. Thanks so much for considering this opportunity!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Volunteer Grant Writer

    Summary: Primary responsibilities include preparation and grant applications, and performance of responsible professional and administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities in the areas of Education, Vocational, and Technology. Qualifield candidates should possess excellent writing skills (Microsoft Office Word, Access, Power-point and Excel), and database management skills. The candidate must be highly organized with the ability to implement systems and follow-up processes, able to effectively work under pressure, use independent judgement and produce a quality work product within tight time constraints. Previous experiences will demonstrate a proven track record in securing new funding opportunities; comprehensive knowledge of research, and the ability to distinguish and identify funding opportunities for special programs. Work is performed under broad direction of the Executive Director with the majority of work performed independently. Please respond with your resume and detail cover letter to ilhi4220@aol.com

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Sunshine Cards for Hospice Patients

    At Kindred Hospice, we send out Sunshine Cards to our hospice patients weekly. The patients really enjoy these weekly pick me ups especially during these times of isolation. We accept all kinds of cards ALL year long. We accepted Just because cards, Thinking of you cards, Birthday and Anniversary cards, ALL Holiday cards, Veteran specific cards. All you have to do is make or purchase the cards, fill them out however you wish and send them to us. We address them for each patient, provide the stamps and send them out each week.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Reading Mentor (Specialized Education Assistant)

    Qualifications: 21 years of age or older At least 2 years of college Must be able to pass a background check At least two years of experience working with children, preferably in an academic setting. Tech skills to include efficiently using virtual platforms like Zoom or Teams, email, Microsoft Office applications Roles and Responsibilities Provide explicit instruction 1:1 virtually with students Engage students in prepared curriculum Implement lessons with integrity, following the curriculum provided Provide immediate, specific feedback  Respond to student behavior using positive and encouraging techniques   Maintain accurate records of student support and progress monitoring Report all pertinent information to Curriculum Manager

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Help Prevent Learning Loss This Summer: Tutor & Mentor a Student Online

    with L.A. Works

    Quick Overview: With only a couple of hours a week, you can provide mentorship and emotional support to a student that will boost their confidence, improve academics, and increase classroom engagement. Take the first step in becoming an online tutor for 3rd - 6th grade students who don't have the benefit of paid tutoring. Background: The past two years have exacerbated existing educational inequities, with many students suffering from significant learning loss. Only 50% of students test proficiently in English and 40% test proficiently in math. Even more distressing, the average student loses 17-34% of the prior year's learning gains during summer break, and for children who are already struggling, a helping hand is all the more critical-students who fall behind often never catch up. The path to improving these numbers is through extra instruction, which is where you come in! MISSION: Our goal is to increase engagement, improve academic outcomes, and strengthen students’ social safety net. This opportunity offers free tutoring and mentoring that addresses the widening academic gap and provides families with the support they need to succeed. IMPACT: With your help, we can close the achievement gap that has widened during the pandemic. In a safe one-on-one environment, you and your student can work in partnership to build a strong foundation upon which your student can learn, grow, and flourish. REQUIRMENTS: No tutoring experience required! Access to a computer with reliable internet. Some basic familiarity with Zoom. ONBOARDING PROCESS: You will be provided with training, support, and resources to help you and your student succeed. To join this community, you will need to complete the following: 10-minute application & short interview 1-hour Zoom training A training manual (approximately 2 hours) A LiveScan background check (can be reimbursed upon request) QUESTIONS? Email sarah-jane@laworks.com INTERESTED? Click the "I Want to Help" button to get started!

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Director/Department Leadership Positions

    with RESILIENCE

    Summary Resilience Inc. is a nonprofit organization that offers Social Emotional Learning (SEL) tools to K-12 schools to improve mental health as well as reduce mass shootings, suicide, depression, declining test scores, low student engagement and other school-specific challenges. We aim to increase SEL skills using a curriculum, videos, virtual reality, and PC games that focus on five core concepts: Self-awareness Self-control Social awareness Relationship management Goal setting and effective decision-making Resilience also provides tools for acquiring and maintaining inspiration, hope, and overall well-being. Our mission is to teach SEL at every school in the country. It is a tough challenge, but we know "No Challenge, No Change." If you are also concerned about children’s mental health and social being, please join us! Resilience Inc is seeking talented professionals to take on leadership roles as Directors within various departments (see below) of the organization. The Director position is an unpaid, volunteer opportunity. Expectations - Engage in a leadership capacity as a Director within a selected Resilience department such as IT, HR, Finance, Marketing, Outreach, Compliance, Curriculum Development, Strategy and Planning, Research and Development - Provide support to achieve Resilience’s mission and help to refine overall vision and strategy - Establish department goals, budget, projects and tasks in alignment with executive leadership and other teams - Coordinate and support department team members with execution on key projects and tasks by providing guidance, addressing challenges and removing barriers to progress - Conduct weekly meetings to ensure the department is maintained and goals are being achieved, and strategies/plans are being developed in order to pursue the organization’s mission - Support staff through mentoring, training, facilitating discussions, and communications - Review and analyze business data to identify trends to improve engagement, performance and experience of staff members - Participate in organization meetings to update executive leadership and other departments, discuss key opportunities to continue to achieve Resilience's mission and address any issues - Proactively engage with the executive leadership team to develop an outstanding and high-performing work environment - Contribute to the development of Resilience Inc by partnering with other leaders, directors, and project managers - Demonstrate your passion! Qualifications - 4+ years of professional experience in at least one of Resilience’s department areas - Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree is preferred - Experience with managing and growing teams - Experience in leadership or senior management preferred - Experience with attracting, developing, and motivating employees, swiftly adapting to change, developing collaborative relationships with others is preferred - Be able to work independently, demonstrate reliability and be punctual - Pay attention to details - Consistently and clearly communicate with team members - Have an eagerness to learn and an open mind to improve critical skills - Demonstrate good problem-solving skills - SEL experience and/or strong interest in learning more about education, use of technology and SEL - Minimum commitment of 4-6 months Learning and Development Outcomes - Develop nonprofit management and leadership skills through supporting critical SEL needs for schools K-12 - Learn more about SEL tools and skills to improve mental health outcomes in students - Exposure to leveraging technology to address challenges in education - Build and develop a growing volunteer network - Enhance mentoring and training skills - Exposure to executive nonprofit leadership and strategies to grow an organization

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Are you interested in joining School on Wheels and helping unhoused students?

    When schools closed, our students lost the single greatest source of stability in their lives. With its structure and normalcy (as well as food and caring adults), school was a respite from the trauma of homelessness. Join the volunteer tutor team at School on Wheels and make a positive difference in the life of a student living in a shelter, motel, vehicle, or group home. Our volunteers meet their students online and we provide all the training!

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Support Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through the Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards, letters and/or care packages through the month to a Service Member who is deployed! For more information: https://soldiersangels.org/join-soldiers-angels.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Software Engineer- Summer 2022

    Software Engineer- Summer 2022 Who We Are Step Up Tutoring is a grassroots movement providing free online tutoring to under-resourced elementary school students and building tech-enabled solutions for common issues with online tutoring. Founded during the pandemic when millions of students were falling behind, and we knew we had to help. We have big plans to scale to support 25,000+ students to address systemic opportunity gaps. Our Mission Step Up Tutoring’s mission is to drive student success in under-resourced communities by providing free online tutoring and mentorship to 3rd - 6th grade students. Role Join a team of Software Engineers to support the development and implementation of new features for our Tutor Portal This is a volunteer position Requirements Bachelor's Degree or in progress Must be able to commit AT LEAST 15 hours per week for AT LEAST the months of June-August (though you can optionally start the internship in May and end in September) Experience working on a development team Proficient in React and/or backend development Committed, reliable, and detail-oriented Inspired by Step Up’s mission Responsibilities You are responsible for implementing reliable and scalable automation solutions using out of box thinking for our Tutor Portal. You will be expected to complete tasks in a thoughtful and timely manner. These tasks may be frontend, backend or both depending on your skill set and our needs. Application: https://airtable.com/shrsKwLifdTrThYUR

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • AMERICAN RED CROSS- YOUTH PREPAREDNESS PROGRAMS - PRESENTER FOR NORFOLK COUNTY

    YOUTH PREPAREDNESS PROGRAMS - PRESENTER Volunteers needed to engage youth in preparedness programs! We are currently seeking volunteers interested in teaching safety skills during emergencies and emotional coping skills to youth in a classroom setting. Presentations can range from 40-60min and are currently being offered both virtually and in-person. All necessary training and program materials will be provided. ADULTS AGE 55+ ARE PREFERRED FOR GRANT REQUIRMENTS OF NORFOLK COUNTY RSVP.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Public Relations/ Marketing (Intern Welcomed)

    About Responsibilities include: Public Relations * Building and maintaining media lists * Drafting and editing copy for press releases, newsletters and media materials * Securing print and online coverage for clients through targeted media outreach * Writing media backgrounder documents for clients prior to briefings * Reviewing incoming HAROs and Google Alerts * Tracking all press coverage, clipping press hits and creating monthly press hit reports Social Media * Drafting and posting Facebook posts and tweets on behalf oMothers Helping Mothers Inc Media Group and its clients * Writing and editing blog posts and website articles * Developing online contests and promoting them via social media Marketing * Maintaining events/awards/speaking engagement calendars for clients * Researching industry trends and staying up-to-date on current events * Drafting web copy, brochures and other marketing materials * Contributing toward strategic positioning and messaging documents

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Virtual Baby Shower for our Military Babies!

    The Soldiers’ Angels Baby Brigade Program helps expectant spouses of deployed service members and post-9/11 wounded, ill or injured service members and veterans in welcoming their sweet, little bundles of joy! Our "virtual baby showers" are so much fun to be a part of! We are looking for Team Angels (volunteers) who love to knit, crochet, sew and shop for all things baby! Our service men and women need our support and encouragement, and this is just one more way to do that. If you are interested in joining our Baby Brigade Team, please sign up using this link: https://soldiersangels.org/Baby-Brigade-Team.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Send cards to deployed service members, their families and veterans - Virtual Opportunity

    Want to put a smile on the face of a WWII veteran for his/her birthday, wish a deployed service member a happy birthday, wish a military family congratulations on the birth of their child, say 'thanks’ to a deployed service member who is far away from home? You can do so through Soldiers’ Angels and the Cards Plus Team. Team Angels (volunteers) have many opportunities to support various individuals with cards for birthdays, welcome home, welcome new baby, just thinking of you, postcards, encouragement and more! The Cards Plus Team enjoys supporting these very special individuals on their special day, for a special occasion, or just to show gratitude to our military and veterans. Start sending cards today to our military, veterans and their families, http://soldiersangels.org/Cards-Plus-Team.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Internal Communications Manager

    Are you interested in communications or public relations? Do you have experience in communications? Then, this is a great opportunity for you to improve your skills. Our organization focuses on human trafficking survivor mental health rehabilitation. FWAWS is currently seeking an Internal communications Manager. The ideal volunteer would oversee all the internal and external communications for the organization. The volunteer would inform current volunteers about the changes occurring in the organization and be a link between the administration team and other departments. Requirements: Strong knowledge of communication techniques is required. Must be comfortable writing, editing, proofreading reports and possess excellent organizational skills Responsibilities Include: Developing and carrying out communication strategies Responding to communication-related issues

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • HR Internship (Remote)

    The Borgen Project believes that leaders of the most powerful nation on earth should be doing more to address global poverty. The innovative, national campaign works to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. The Borgen Project is hiring HR Ambassadors who will work remotely. This human resources role will focus on national recruitment as well as teaching you the basics of HR Management, Recruiting & Selection and Staff Training & Development. - Update job postings using various platforms (when applicable). - Inform groups and classes of openings. - Everyone who is part of the organization assists the team with fundraising, 25-hours of this position is dedicated to creating and implementing a personal fundraising campaign. - Assist with advocacy efforts. Details : This is an unpaid internship, although college credit is available. The HR internship is 12-hours per week for 12-weeks. However, if your availability is limited, you can work ahead and complete the program in fewer weeks. Start Date: New programs begin every month, you choose the month you wish to start. We respond to every application, reply to all queries and always notify you of the outcome of our interviews. Please add borgenproject.org to your list of safe email senders and check your spam/junk email folder to ensure you are receiving our communications. If you haven’t had a reply or have any difficulty applying, please email us at hr@borgenproject.org and we will respond.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Virtual Community Brand Ambassador

    Her Nexx Chapter (HNC) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides an immersive virtual platform consisting of programs that connect, mentor and nurture women through their journey in life by providing access to certified life coaches, mentors and subject matter experts. Her Nexx Chapter is looking for an outgoing, positive and enthusiastic Virtual Brand Ambassador to be the face, voice, and attitude of Her Nexx Chapters virtual community. The individual in this position should enjoy social interaction with our female members of the virtual community who are diverse and share different insights on various topics. Research and post interesting content that speaks and empowers our community and helps to plan and engage in monthly community virtual events and activities. Requirements: Friendly, outgoing, and personable with a professional presentation. Familiarity with approaching virtual members, partners and event talents Excellent written and oral communication skills Strong organizational and planning skills Experience creating online content Proficient in Microsoft Word and Zoom conference calls as well as online tools such as G-Suite and Dropbox . Responsibilities: Create monthly theme recognition Network and build trusting relationships with new and existing members Ensure membership engagement through creating engaging content Research and help post content to community Schedule monthly community activities and coordinate with guest speakers Help manage website calendar with internal and external upcoming events listed Attend collaboration bi-weekly meetings and work well with a team Follow this link to complete the volunteer application https://hernexxchapter.org/ volunteer-application/

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Certified Google AdWords Specialist

    Her Nexx Chapter (HNC) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides an immersive virtual platform consisting of programs that connect, mentor and nurture women through their journey in life by providing access to certified life coaches, mentors and subject matter experts. Her Nexx Chapter is a recipient of a Google Grant and is looking for an experienced Certified Google Partner. For this position- AD SEARCH CERTIFICATION is not acceptable;as we are only looking for verifiable Google Partners only. This individual will be responsible for creating, monitoring, and managing all Google AdWords campaigns,while also ensuring Her Nexx Chapter’s non-profit Google AdWords campaign is grounded in targeting relevant data. Requirements: Knowledgeable with limitations of Google grant bidding Experience in Google ADWords campaigns Responsibilities: Keyword Research - ensuring ads are targeting the right searches for the most qualified visitors. Understanding and targeting the right keywords that are unique to our organization to maximize our Google Grant. Relevant Ad Copy - able to capture the user’s attention is key in getting conversions into donors, sponsors or members. Split Testing Ads - ongoing testing to ensure maximum performance of Google AdWords campaigns and making necessary adjustments as you and the organization see fit. Ongoing Research & Optimization - ongoing research and optimization to Google AdWords campaigns to ensure best performance in leveraging all other elements of AdWords to gain the most traction from campaigns Weekly Detailed Reporting - assess performance, growth and effectiveness of campaigns individually and as a whole to gain members, acquire more supporters, capitalize on our existing content and build awareness about our brand and services. Please do not apply if you are not a verifiable Google Partner with badge identification - - AD SEARCH CERTIFICATION is not acceptable; we are looking for Google Partners ONLY. Follow this link to complete the volunteer application https://hernexxchapter.org/ volunteer-application/

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Public Relations Team Leader

    Her Nexx Chapter (HNC) is a 501(c)3 organization that provides an immersive virtual platform consisting of programs that connect, mentor and nurture women through their journey in life by providing access to certified life coaches, mentors and subject matter experts. Her Nexx Chapter is looking for a Public Relations Team Leader that can help cultivate our story to portray and build our brand and awareness. This individual will be responsible for growing, shaping, and maintaining the organization’s reputation and brand. This individual will be responsible for identifying media opportunities, maintaining existing media relations, and promoting positive public awareness of the company through external communications. Requirements: Experience in Public Relations, Communications and/or Media Relations Innovation and creativity with attention to detail, research skills and multitasking abilities Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to lead and mentor a committee of volunteers Ability to run PR campaigns that deliver measurable results and meet objectives Develop and manage a wide variety of communications, campaigns and events via our various platforms. Responsibilities: Assist with the development of new initiatives that focus on proactive media placement through print and online press releases as well as a variety of media channels i.e podcasts to television/radio. Work with the Events Team to successfully promote, coordinate and execute the organization’s quarterly fundraising efforts. Interfaces with Marketing & Editorial; understanding of all social media platforms Location and Time: Virtual Opportunity - Can be performed from anywhere Flexible work schedule Requirements: Must be 18+ Previous experience in Public relations Follow this link to complete the volunteer application https://hernexxchapter.org/ volunteer-application/

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Educational Instruction Team Member

    Join Step Up Tutoring's in house pedagogy team! Our pedagogy team is responsible for writing and collecting activities that tutors and students can use in their tutoring sessions, from main lessons to warm up activities, cool downs, and more! You'll work alongside with professional curriculum writers, educators, and members of our tutor community to write and review activities, which will then be published on our curriculum site. Sign up at stepuptutoring.org/intern

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Student Events Coordinator

    Join Step Up's Events Team! Collaborate with other team members to plan, organize, and host events for students, tutors and parents. We generate ideas for events and host them, and sometimes recruit guest hosts from partner organizations. Our student events include game nights, movie nights, book clubs, art classes, and more! Tutor events span from professional development workshops to socials. Parent events are often informational, aimed at educating parents closing educational achievement gaps. You can choose to focus on one type of event, or work on all three! Sign up at stepuptutoring.org/intern

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Support military service members who are deployed- Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through the Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards, letters, and/or care packages each month through a Service Member’s deployment. Adopt a Service Member today: https://soldiersangels.org/programs.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Support Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through the Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards, letters, and/or care packages each month through a Service Member’s deployment. Adopt a Service Member today: https://soldiersangels.org/programs.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Support military service members who are deployed- Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through the Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards, letters, and/or care packages each month through a Service Member’s deployment. Adopt a Service Member today: https://soldiersangels.org/programs.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Administrative Assistant to the Development Team

    Do you want to help us make a difference? We are currently searching for an Administrative Assistant to our Development Team. Administrative experience serving executives preferred, MS skills (Intermediate level), self-starter, shows initiative, willing to be adaptable and trained, leadership skills, detail-oriented, organized, computer savvy, multi-tasker. Key role in managing a team of volunteers in the marketing department, tracking their progress and projects and reporting directly to the Director of Development. Up to 5 hours a week with preferred 3-6 months or longer commitment to the organization. This can be a virtual position but would prefer if the person is located in Colorado to be able to meet with the Director occasionally. If you have the skills listed above and want to broaden your experience in management, please contact us. Kindly complete the GHNI Volunteer Application upon completing this inquiry. Click the red button. Come join our team at GHNI!

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Mentor a Child - Train Virtually and Mentor In-Person (OR, WA applicants only)

    Great Life Mentoring has been enriching the lives of children and mentors for 22 years! You won't find another mentoring opportunity like this one. Hear directly from the mentors and kids themselves in our one-minute match videos at https://greatlifementoring.com/2020 Our kids are between the ages of 7-18 and facing adverse circumstances. They have experienced trauma and have a deep need for a trustworthy adult to help them develop confidence in themselves and others. Great Life Mentoring is a Research-Based practice proven to work! Right now, we have an urgent need for new mentors from the Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR areas. We will train you virtually and you'll meet your friend and mentor them in person in Clark County. The application is online, the interview and training are done via video from your phone or computer. We want to make it easy for you to help a child who really needs you now. As a Great Life Mentor, you will: Get to choose the child you'd like to help Be able to choose the day and time you pick your friend up to do something fun in the community Have a great time and build a healthy relationship with your friend 1-3 hours a week Receive the training and support needed to help you be successful as a mentor If this sounds like the opportunity you've been searching for, let us know you're ready to get started! To mentor, select the "I want to Help" button above. You can also go directly to http://greatlifementoring.com to learn more or fill out the online application at: http://greatlifementoring.com/become-a-mentor/ The life you change may be your own!

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Help Us Tell the World about Wells Bring Hope

    If you have any experience in the world of Public Relations, we'd love to have you join our team. As a charitable cause, we are worth supporting, and here's a few important reasons why: We fulfill the most human of needs - safe water. We do it in the poorest country in the world - Niger, West Africa. We direct 100% of every donation to funding water wells. We're an all-volunteer nonprofit. We've impacted the lives of over 700,000 people in our 13 years of operation. So, come on board with us and make your magic with public relations communications/plans that can help us attract donors, supporters, volunteers! Skills Required: Good writing skills, both in terms of creativity and clarity of communication Ability to find channels of communication that target an audience ages 21-35 Good verbal communications skills Able to identify and reach out to influencers and non-traditional media to generate interest in our cause, people willing to help spread the word. Who We Are: Wells Bring Hope is committed to drilling wells that bring safe water and sanitation to rural villages in Niger - the poorest country in the world - where one out of seven children dies before their 5th birthday. The burden to get water falls on women and girls who walk 4-6 miles a day to find water, which is often contaminated. Wells Bring Hope was founded in 2008 by founder and president, Barbara Goldberg. Since its inception, WBH has funded over 700 wells, impacting the lives of over 700,000 people. When a well is drilled, child mortality drops by over 70%; girls go to school and women have the time to work and earn money for their families. We view the drilling of a well as the first step in reversing a downward spiral of poverty. Working with our partner, World Vision we provide 15+ years of education in sanitation, hygiene, and well maintenance for each village where we drill a well. As an all-volunteer nonprofit, we regard those who work with us as the "lifeblood" of our organization. Your volunteering is more than just a drop in the bucket, it is life changing. We invite you to join our cause and help make a lasting impact on the lives of others. Please send your resume to Ida@wellsbringhope.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Calling Volunteer Tutors 55 & Older!

    Are you 55 or older? The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Solid Ground is a national service program that makes volunteering easy and rewarding by finding volunteer positions for those 55 years and older. We partner with 60 public and nonprofit organizations in need of volunteers and can help find the right opportunity for you! Over 16% of King County children live in poverty. Be a guiding hand on am at-risk student's path to success! Start by giving an hour a week to students to: Help students academically online Provide encouragement, guidance and emotional support to economically disadvantaged students and those with exceptional needs Support, create structure and mentor students struggling in school If you want to make a difference in a student's life by making learning exciting, relevant and creative, contact RSVP at Solid Ground now!

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Data Entry

    Tender Loving Cats is looking for several volunteers to help with data entry. Applicants should have a self-starter mindset, be proficient in problem solving and detail oriented. Experience is preferred but not required. TLC is a grass roots rescue founded in January 2017. Have you ever wanted to help rescue the mistreated, save the injured and love the abandoned but you didn't know how? Volunteer, Donate, Foster, Adopt. We look forward to hearing from you. Complete our online volunter application http://www.tenderlovingcats.org/volunteer.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Stoughton Remote Literacy Volunteer Tutors Wanted in Norfolk County

    Norfolk County RSVP is seeking Norfolk County, MA residents, age 55 + to be remote tutors. Please contact us if you are interested and meet the qualifications below. Next remote orientation is scheduled for Tuesday, January 11, 2022 @ 10-11:30 AM. Tutoring is a wonderful opportunity to make a real and lasting difference in someone’s life and to change your own life in unexpected ways. LVM tutors are dedicated, patient, flexible and encouraging volunteers who create a positive learning environment where adults can thrive and learn without embarrassment. Volunteers attend a 1.5 -hour online orientation and an 12-hour online training before being matched to tutor for 1-2 hours per week for 9 to 12 months. LVM’s professional staff provides ongoing support and sponsors activities to help both the student and tutor succeed and achieve the student’s goals. Volunteers must be over age 18, have a high school diploma or its equivalent and be able to speak English clearly. Devices and platforms: All tutoring and training is done virtually. Volunteers are expected to use a device that can operate Zoom, email and a browser such as Chrome. In addition, a cell phone is needed to text and call the student. Steps to Becoming a Tutor: 1. Attend an online Orientation 2. Attend an online Training which spans 6, 2 hour sessions on Zoom. The upcoming Training schedule will be detailed in the Orientation. 3. Matched with a Student - Upon successful completion of the training, the tutor will be matched with a student based on the tutor's preferences. 4. Tutor - The tutor will be expected to contact the student and set up regularly scheduled online sessions. 5. Reporting - Once a month the tutor will report, by email, the number of hours spent tutoring. 6. Participation in the Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts Community - As part of the LVM community the tutor will receive regular emails, and invitations to online events and office hours. These activities are optional. The tutor chooses whether or not to participate.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Send Care Packages and Letters to Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through the Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards and letters through the month and one care package each month through a Service Member’s deployment. Adopt a Service Member today: https://soldiersangels.org/adopting-a-soldier.html

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Support Female Caregivers Virtually-Soldiers' Angels Women of Valor

    The Soldiers’ Angels Women of Valor program focuses on the female Caregivers of post - 9/11 wounded, ill and injured Service Members and Veterans. The Caregivers may be the wife, girlfriend, mother or other female relative of the Wounded Hero. We are seeking volunteers (Team Angels) for this team to support these Women of Valor by providing support, encouragement and some "Angel Love!" Our Team Angels do this by sending small, meaningful gifts, care packages and cards for special occasions, holidays and birthdays, just to let the Caregivers know we are thinking of them. With the challenges that these Women of Valor face on a daily basis, the love and encouragement offered by our Team Angels provides them that little bit of strength and reassurance. Soldiers’ Angels recognized a gap in support for female Caregivers so Women of Valor was designed to meet those needs and fill that gap. Please sign up today to volunteer and support our caregivers: http://soldiersangels.org/Women-of-Valor-Team.html.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Compose Member Spotlights for History Group

    We are seeking volunteers to interview and write profiles of our members to be published in our newsletter and posted on the Old Baldy website. The volunteers will be charged with learning about skills and interests of members to share with the wider membership. Interviews will be conducted via phone and/or email. The profiles should be one page and include a picture. Volunteers will work with the President to identify members that should be profiled. Opportunity to meet and learn about interesting volunteers in the history community

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • URGENT: Support Uganda's Mityana Community - Stricken by Heavy Hailstorm

    Heavy rains mixed with very strong winds struck Mityana District in Central Uganda mid May 2022, leaving families homeless, gardens of food crops, schools and hospitals in the district heavily affected This was a deadliest heavy hailstorm that hit Mityana Community in barely less than 3 months after a similar one hit the same community in March 2022, devastating communities that are a just coming out from one of the worlds’ longest country wide lockdown due Covid 19. Within the larger greater Maanyi community alone over 50 homesteads were left with blown off roofs, over 450 acres of food crops destroyed, a schools roof brown off and now students are attending class in tree shades, Mpongo health center solar panels destroyed and an Out Patient Department (OPD) section destroyed by the storm. A donation to Volunteers Need Africa (VONA) will be used to provide critical relief services such as iron sheets to households whose roof tops were totally brown off, food, replacing of Solar panels and restoration OPD section at Mpongo Health Center and purchase of a Youth friendly treatment tent. Critically needed Buying of 600 pieces of Iron sheets ( to 20 most vulnerable persons from within the many affected people whose roof tops were brown off!!) US$ 5,200 Purchase of Solar Panels at Mpongo Health center III US$ 3,500 Construction of one (1) Youth friendly treatment corner US$ 1,250 Buying 20,000 banana combits to support restoration of 70 acres of bananas gardens; each combit costs US$ 0.45 Thank you for your compassion and generosity

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Seeking Virtual Volunteers for App Development

    Due to the Corona Virus Epidemic we want to create an App for iPhone & Android that lets people create Lids of Encouragement virtually. The app will be Free with opportunities to create. donate. & disseminate Encouragement to those that need it the most. The app will be like a basic quotes creator, but the canvas will be a lid. Must integrate with Salesforce for NonProfits.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Director of Administration (10 hours/week)

    We are looking for several non-paid volunteer roles at The Bridging Tech Charitable Fund. If interested please email us at contact@bridgingtech.org and let us know the role you are applying for with your resume. Director of Administration (10 hours/ week): Oversee Human Resources, legal and finance departments. Lead team-building programming. Lead diversity and inclusion initiatives and work closely across departments to manage Bridging Tech’s financial items. Requires excellent management and communication. The Bridging Tech Charitable Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity with a mission to bridge the digital divide for K-12 students affected by homelessness in the United States by providing educational opportunities and technology. Particularly during the current crises of racial bias coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic, getting online devices to the millions of kids who do not have access to an educational device at home is critical to reduce the systemic inequity prevalent in our society. To find out more information about our mission please check out our website at https://www.bridgingtech.org/

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Creative Writing Mentors & Support Volunteers Needed!

    Get inspired! Make an impact! Support the voices of teens and be part of a positive community of creative writers! WriteGirl , now in its 22nd season, is a creative writing and mentoring organization that empowers teens in Los Angeles through mentoring relationships with women writers. Mentors work with teens, one-on-one, and participate in large-scale monthly writing workshops with about 100 teens and 100 mentors. All programming/events are currently held in our interactive online event spaces until it’s safe to resume large-scale in-person events. WriteGirl is seeking writers who identify as women or nonbinary in all genres including fiction, poetry, journalism, screenwriting, songwriting, copywriting, business writing and more to help mentor teens (girls, nonbinary and trans youth), inspire them to express their creative ideas with compassion and provide them with an individualized pathway to college and careers. Notable WriteGirl alums include Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman, who credits WriteGirl for giving her the confidence to share her creative voice on a national stage. Applicants should have empathy, listening skills, kindness and a passion for helping to inspire young voices, especially during these difficult times. Weekly, monthly and periodic mentoring opportunities available. Support Volunteers: We are also seeking support with events, public relations, fundraising and partnerships. All volunteers are required to complete a full-day online orientation/training, intake interview and in-person LiveScan criminal background check. WriteGirl Commitment to Diversity and Inclusivity: Since 2001, it has been our mission to raise up the voices of underrepresented and/or vulnerable youth, including Black, Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, Indigenous, nonbinary, LGBTQIA, anyone with disabilities, and many others who are part of the community we serve. Our events, training and curriculum reflect our commitment to multiculturalism, equity, diversity, inclusion, access, anti-bias, anti-discrimination, and anti-racism. Apply online: www.writegirl.org/join-us APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 15, 2022 Questions? Contact WriteGirl at membership@writegirl.org or call 213-253-2655.

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Send Care Packages and Letters to Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards and letters through the month and one care package each month through a Service Member’s deployment.

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Send care packages and letters and brighten a deployed Service Members' day! - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards and letters through the month and one care package each month through a Service Member’s deployment. For more information, please go to https://soldiersangels.org/deployed-support.html

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Send Care Packages and Letters to Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards and letters through the month and one care package each month through a Service Member’s deployment. Click here to learn more: https://soldiersangels.org/join-soldiers-angels.html

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Send Care Packages and Letters to Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards and letters through the month and one care package each month through a Service Member’s deployment. For more information, go to soldiersangels.org.

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Send Care Packages and Letters to Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards and letters through the month and one care package each month through a Service Member’s deployment.

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Send Care Packages and Letters to Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through the Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards and letters through the month and one care package each month through a Service Member’s deployment. Adopt a Service Member today: https://soldiersangels.org/adopting-a-soldier.html

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Support Deployed Service Members - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to ensure that our US Service Members who are deployed to combat and humanitarian areas around the world know you support them? Would you like to volunteer from home? You can do both through Soldiers’ Angels Deployed Support Teams. Send cards, letters and care packages each month through a Service Member’s deployment. For more information, please check out https://soldiersangels.org/programs.html

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022

Local Opportunities (28,600 volunteers needed)

  • Fight Hunger! Volunteer Site Leader in South SF every 1st and 3rd Saturday of month, 7:30a-11:30a

    HPSM685 Gateway Blvd.South San Francisco, CA 94080
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Site Leader at HPSM 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month, from 7:30am-11:30am Everyone should have access to healthy food. Second Harvest provides nutritious groceries and fresh produce at distribution sites throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. These sites are volunteer-run and rely on committed, dedicated volunteers who can support the effort on an ongoing basis. We invite you to lead our community in ensuring that anyone who needs a healthy meal can get one. A Volunteer Site Leader is needed for Second Harvest’s grocery program at HPSM in South San Francisco. The Site Leader will manage the food distribution with the help of other dedicated volunteers and the support of Second Harvest staff. The Site Leader is responsible for: Ensuring all safety guidelines are followed per standard operating procedures Maintaining accurate and confidential client and volunteer records Documenting and responding to site or client issues and escalating as appropriate Developing and maintaining relationships with Second Harvest staff, employees and volunteers at host site, and the clients we serve Creating an efficient yet warm and welcoming environment for volunteers and clients Working with people of all different backgrounds and nationalities while exhibiting compassion, humility and sensitivity Communicating regularly with Second Harvest staff via phone and email This volunteer opportunity might be for you if: You are at least 18 years old You can make a 6 month commitment You have the ability to perform with a high standard of customer service, professional conduct and responsibility You are friendly, patient and eager to work with clients and volunteers of diverse backgrounds You are organized and detail-oriented and have the ability to execute on a plan You enjoy working in a fast pace environment with many moving parts You have experience responding to issues quickly You have experience working with volunteers You are able lift 20 pounds Are comfortable using email and the internet Helpful background skills: Experience working for a non-profit or representing another organization as a volunteer Experience working with low-income families and individuals Bilingual in English/Spanish, English/Vietnamese, or English/Chinese

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Deliver Hope! Deliver Food to Seniors & Homebound Neighbors in Need- Daly City

    111 Lake Merced BoulevardDaly City, CA 94015
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Food Delivery Driver - Daly City - Westlake Every Tuesday, from 10:45am-1:15pm PLEASE SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER (To register, please copy the link below and paste into your browser): https://www.shfb.org/give-help/volunteer/volcalendar-general/?location=0011I00001VCvbGQAT Learn More About Home Delivery: Home delivery drivers deliver nutritious pre-boxed groceries to seniors and homebound individuals. Volunteers receive a specific driving route, load their personal vehicles with food boxes, and deliver boxes to recipients’ homes (using their personal phone to call/text recipients day-of as needed). The delivery is entirely contactless, and the majority of recipients are seniors and/or individuals living with disabilities or health challenges. This is a fun, independent volunteer activity that allows you to provide much needed support to homebound community members. Please note that this volunteer activity requires repeated lifting of very heavy boxes that weigh 25 https://lbs to 40 lbs. and is best suited for volunteers with strong mobility and no back issues. The volunteer must be willing and able to work with people of different backgrounds and nationalities, exhibit compassion and sensitivity, and maintain strict confidentiality of all member and volunteer information. Volunteer delivery drivers must be at least 18 years of age, able to pass a background check, and provide proof of auto insurance and a valid driver’s license. Volunteers must use their own mileage and gas to deliver food. Once you have completed your first volunteer shift, you can decide if you would like to commit to be a regularly scheduled, long-term volunteer. If you would like to complete additional deliveries, you must sign a Home Delivery Volunteer agreement and submit to a background check before the next volunteer event. If you have further questions you may contact Jessica Silverstein, our Home Delivery Coordinator at jsilverstein@shfb.org

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Fight Hunger! Food Distribution at First Presbyterian Church- San Mateo

    First Presbyterian Church194 W. 25th AvenueSan Mateo, CA 94403
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Food Distribution at First Presbyterian Church- San Mateo 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month, from 7:30am-9:30am PLEASE SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER (To register, please copy the link below and paste into your browser): https://www.shfb.org/give-help/volunteer/volcalendar-general/?location=0011I00001IqtgvQAB Everyone should have access to healthy food. Second Harvest provides nutritious groceries and fresh produce at distribution sites throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. These sites are volunteer-run and rely on committed, dedicated volunteers who can support the effort on an ongoing basis. We invite you to join us in providing a warm and welcoming environment for our clients. Activities could include assisting with set up, unloading and moving food boxes from pallets, loading boxes into the cars of our clients, and site clean up. This volunteer activity does require some heavy lifting (15-30 lbs.) and regular movement. Volunteers must be wiling and able to work with people of different backgrounds and nationalities, exhibit compassion and sensitivity, maintain strict confidentiality of all member and volunteer information, as well as follow all guidelines and instructions provided by the site leader.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Helping Elders is Awesome!

    Daly City, CA 94016
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Have some time and compassion to spare? Join ElderHelpers.org We put you in touch with elders in need of care who don't require special skills, just good-hearted people. Help Elders with activities that you enjoy on a schedule that works best for you! What to Expect? By sharing a little about yourself on our website, you're saying that you're ready, willing, and standing by. Your profile will be searchable on our site, and you will be contacted by a family as needs arise in your community! Get started by applying today at ElderHelpers.org

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Summer Sleepover Event Volunteer

    Children's Fairyland699 Bellevue AvenueOakland, CA 94610
    Sat, July 9, 2022 - Sun, August 21, 2022

    Have you ever wanted to experience Fairyland after dark ... or in the early morning? There are four nights this summer when families can camp inside Fairyland and they are all sold out! For these Summer Sleepovers evenings, you too can be part of the fun. From 5:15 to 9 p.m., we need volunteers to greet and check-in campers, to set up and serve a buffet dinner, and to help seat guests for performances. Then, in the morning from 6 to 8 a.m., we need volunteers to help us set up the continental breakfast, to clean up the kitchen, and to say goodbye to campers as they clear out the park. If you’d like to spend the night with us , just bring your tent and volunteer for both evening and morning shifts! -- Evening shifts (5:15 to 9 p.m.) on Saturdays: July 9, July 23, August 13, and August 20 -- Morning shifts (6 to 8 a.m.) on Sundays: July 10, July 24, August 14, and August 21 We provide meals for both shifts. And if you'd like to spend the night with us, you're welcome to bring your tent and sleeping bag! Important note: For maximum safety, only those that are fully vaccinated will be allowed to volunteer at these events. When you sign up, you will be asked to fill out a confidential vaccination attestation form. Interested? Email Vicky: vicky.chen@fairyland.org.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • You: Have a hobby? We: Will make it easy to find a kid with a chronic illness who wants to learn!

    with CoachArt
    295 Day StSan Francisco, CA 94131
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Right now, there's a kid impacted by chronic illness who wants to learn an art or athletic hobby from you! With just 1 hour a week, for 4 weeks, you can make a difference in that student's life by coaching them. When kids are in childrens' hospitals, they have access to great art rooms, activity wings, and athletic programs. But when they move to outpatient, CoachArt trains YOU to visit their home. We have a new online platform called CoachArt Connect where you can: - complete our online training and background check - see a list of the kids and what they want to learn - schedule a match using our secure app

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • YOU have an art or athletic skill that a kid impacted by chronic illness wants to learn virtually

    with CoachArt
    3230 Macdonald AveRichmond, CA 94804
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    CoachArt matches kids impacted by chronic illness with volunteers who work with them 1-on-1 to teach them an art or athletic activity. One of the main hurdles we run into? Volunteers don't think they are skilled enough for a child to want to learn from them. A CoachArt kid near you wants to learn from you if you can: scramble an egg (cooking lessons!) passed 9th grade English (creative writing lessons!) can make a free throw (basketball lessons!) We even have a new online platform that makes it incredibly easy to see the CoachArt kids near you and what they want to learn.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • We have a waitlist of kids impacted by chronic illness who want to learn from you.

    with CoachArt
    1311 Portland AveAlbany, CA 94706
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    CoachArt Goes Virtual! We’re using online tools to continue to offer free arts and athletics programming to families impacted by chronic illness and to give our community new opportunities to make a difference. Patients in children's hospitals have access to great adaptive arts and athletics programs. But what about when they leave the hospital and are getting outpatient treatment at home? CoachArt matches kids impacted by chronic illness with volunteers like you teach students virtually and do 4 personalized one-hour lessons in ANY arts or athletics activity they want to learn. We have a new platform called CoachArt Connect where you can: - complete the online training - see a map (and list) of all the CoachArt kids in your area and what activities they want to try - schedule a match directly with the parents on the platform

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Fairyland Member Lounge

    Children's Fairyland699 Bellevue AvenueOakland, CA 94610
    Sat, July 16, 2022 - Sun, July 17, 2022

    In mid-July, Children's Fairyland is hosting a special two-day member appreciation event at Play Island, which we will be turning into an exclusive lounge with treat stations and an arts and crafts activity. We are looking for volunteers to facilitate these fun activities. Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17 - Morning shift is 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. both days - Afternoon shift is 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. both days Important note: For maximum safety, only those that are fully vaccinated will be allowed to volunteer at these events. When you sign up, you will be asked to fill out a confidential vaccination attestation form. Please sign up via email at vicky.chen@fairyland.org .

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Remote option - Call or visit a lonely senior and make a new friend!

    San Leandro, CA 94577
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Become a Friendly Visitor volunteer for an isolated elder in Alameda County. Spend 1-2 hours a week visiting with a senior and enjoy good conversation, laughter, board games, a shared hobby - or go out to lunch, shopping, or appointments. Choose a mutually agreeable day and time. During COVID, we transitioned visits to weekly phone calls and this option is still available for those looking for a remote opportunity. Not the right fit? We have lots of other ways to get involved with LIFE too: deliver Meals on Wheels, drive seniors to the doctor or to get groceries, help with office work & more! Get in touch to learn more.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Support Women with Cancer in San Francisco

    3170 23rd streetSan FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    For 47 years, Shanti Peer Support Volunteers have been providing emotional and practical support to people living with life-threatening illness, as well as LGBT isolated seniors and adults with disabilities, much like you would support a friend or family member in need. If you would like to tangibly enhance the life of someone who needs it the most, we encourage you to contact us and learn more about this truly unique opportunity. Peer Support Volunteers need to be 18+ years of age. As a peer support volunteer, you will: --Go through the internationally-recognized Shanti Model of Peer Support training --Be matched 1-on-1 with a client to whom you will provide companionship, a non-judgmental ear and light practical assistance --Join a community of thoughtful, supportive volunteers and staff For this program, we ask for a commitment of 2 hours a week for at least 6 months. We also organize support groups once a month, and ask all volunteers to attend. The hours can be done according to volunteer's schedules--a lot of our volunteers visit their clients on weekends or evenings--so it's definitely flexible. If you decide to enroll in the Peer Support Program there is a mandatory volunteer training. The next training will be in-person at our San Francisco office - July 22-24 2022. Proof of covid-19 vaccination is required for attendance. (Training may change to be on Zoom only depending on Covid-19 conditions; please inquire upon time of application for most up-to-date information) The purpose of this training is to prepare volunteers to work with individuals who are isolated, or living with life-threatening illnesses and other disabilities. The training will supply information about challenges our clients face as well as teach communication and listening skills through a variety of interactive exercise. The training is intensive, but our volunteers typically find it to be an enriching, community-building experience. If you are interested in becoming a Shanti volunteer, start by filling out an application here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4661943

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Support Someone Living with HIV

    3170 23rd streetSan FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    For 47 years, Shanti Peer Support Volunteers have been providing emotional and practical support to people living with life-threatening illness, as well as LGBT isolated seniors and adults with disabilities, much like you would support a friend or family member in need. If you would like to tangibly enhance the life of someone who needs it the most, we encourage you to contact us and learn more about this truly unique opportunity. Peer Support Volunteers need to be 18+ years of age. As a peer support volunteer, you will: --Go through the internationally-recognized Shanti Model of Peer Support training --Be matched 1-on-1 with a client to whom you will provide companionship, a non-judgmental ear and light practical assistance --Join a community of thoughtful, supportive volunteers and staff For this program, we ask for a commitment of 2 hours a week for at least 6 months. We also organize support groups once a month, and ask all volunteers to attend. The hours can be done according to volunteer's schedules--a lot of our volunteers visit their clients on weekends or evenings--so it's definitely flexible. If you decide to enroll in the Peer Support Program there is a mandatory volunteer training. The next training will be in-person at our San Francisco office - July 22-24 2022. Proof of covid-19 vaccination is required for attendance. (Training may change to be on Zoom only depending on Covid-19 conditions; please inquire upon time of application for most up-to-date information) The purpose of this training is to prepare volunteers to work with individuals who are isolated, or living with life-threatening illnesses and other disabilities. The training will supply information about challenges our clients face as well as teach communication and listening skills through a variety of interactive exercise. The training is intensive, but our volunteers typically find it to be an enriching, community-building experience. If you are interested in becoming a Shanti volunteer, start by filling out an application here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4661943

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Support LGBT Seniors

    3170 23rd streetSan FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    For 47 years, Shanti Peer Support Volunteers have been providing emotional and practical support to people living with life-threatening illness, as well as LGBT isolated seniors and adults with disabilities, much like you would support a friend or family member in need. If you would like to tangibly enhance the life of someone who needs it the most, we encourage you to contact us and learn more about this truly unique opportunity. Peer Support Volunteers need to be 18+ years of age. As a peer support volunteer, you will: --Go through the internationally-recognized Shanti Model of Peer Support training --Be matched 1-on-1 with a client to whom you will provide companionship, a non-judgmental ear and light practical assistance --Join a community of thoughtful, supportive volunteers and staff For this program, we ask for a commitment of 2 hours a week for at least 6 months. We also organize support groups once a month, and ask all volunteers to attend. The hours can be done according to volunteer's schedules--a lot of our volunteers visit their clients on weekends or evenings--so it's definitely flexible. If you decide to enroll in the Peer Support Program there is a mandatory volunteer training. The next training will be in-person at our San Francisco office - July 22-24 2022. Proof of covid-19 vaccination is required for attendance. (Training may change to be on Zoom only depending on Covid-19 conditions; please inquire upon time of application for most up-to-date information) The purpose of this training is to prepare volunteers to work with individuals who are isolated, or living with life-threatening illnesses and other disabilities. The training will supply information about challenges our clients face as well as teach communication and listening skills through a variety of interactive exercise. The training is intensive, but our volunteers typically find it to be an enriching, community-building experience. If you are interested in becoming a Shanti volunteer, start by filling out an application here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4661943

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Do you want to make a new friend? Remote option available.

    San Leandro, CA 94577
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Become a Friendly Visitor volunteer for an isolated elder in Alameda County. Spend 1-2 hours a week visiting with the senior and enjoy good conversation, laughter, board games, a shared hobby - or go out to lunch, shopping, or appointments. You choose a mutually agreeable day and time so there's a lot of flexibility (i.e. visits can be in the evenings or on the weekend). During COVID, we transitioned visits to weekly phone calls and this option is still available for those looking for a remote opportunity. Not the right fit? We have lots of other ways to get involved with LIFE too: deliver Meals on Wheels, drive seniors to the doctor or to get groceries, help with office work & more! Get in touch to learn more.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Gallery Docent

    401 Van Ness AvenueSan Francisco, CA 94102
    Sun, August 28, 2022 - Sun, November 20, 2022

    Starting August 28, 2022 and running through November 20, 2022 the Veterans Gallery in the Veterans Building will be exhibiting "Remembered Light Glass Fragments from World War II The McDonald Windows." The 25 stained glass pieces of art were created from shards of broken stained-glass windows collected by Army Chaplain Rev. Frederick McDonald from bombed-out cathedrals, synagogues and chapels during World War II in Europe. Chaplain McDonald was attached to General Omar Bradley. He was dismayed by the destruction of sacred places and began saving small shards from the shattered stained-glass windows in hopes that one day they could serve as testament to the sacrifices made by so many. The Gallery Volunteer will greet the public, track attendance hourly, be knowledgeable about the exhibit and keep a watchful eye on the visitors to the exhibit. The exhibit will have a mobile application with QR codes to guide the visitor through the exhibit. There will also be a self-playing video on a TV screen speaking about the exhibit.

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Volunteer Tech Support Tutor- Weekes Branch Library

    27000 Patrick AvenueHayward, CA 94544
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Thank you for your interest in becoming a Volunteer Tech Support Tutor at the Hayward Public Library! Our Goal: To provide basic computer and digital literacy assistance for community members to best utilize technology independently. Hayward Public Library's Tech Support Tutoring Program is designed for adult members of the public who are in need of technical support using their wi-fi hotspots, tablets, and Chromebooks, and other general, basic tech support. Some examples could include setting up a Gmail account, downloading an app, or creating an email address. Tech Support Volunteers will work both with patrons checking out devices from the library, along with patrons who are in need of general tech support. Tutors will be provided training by Hayward Public Library staff and provided resources to reference. Tech Support Volunteer Tutors will host a weekly 2-hour session, in-person, meeting with community members on a drop-in or schedule basis. Weekly sessions will take place at the Downtown Hayward Library. The program is active now, and looking for volunteers to start as soon as possible! Bilingual Spanish/English volunteers are strongly encouraged to apply! Requirements: This position requires a person with the following knowledge and skills:  Familiarity working with technology (e.g. Chromebooks, laptops, Google Drive, smartphones, Wi-Fi hotspots, etc.)  The ability to communicate effectively and patiently with adults of all backgrounds, and library personnel  Familiarity with wi-fi hotspots, tablets, and Chromebooks  Sufficient grasp of basic computer & digital literacy concepts  Self-motivation/direction  Sensitivity to diverse cultures and populations  18 years of age or over We are planning on hosting a 2 hour Tech Support Session each day the library is open, Monday-Saturday. Our schedule is currently flexible, and we will do our best to provide you a volunteer shift that works with your provided availability. The Library’s Current Hours: Monday: 10am-7pm Tuesday: 10am-7pm Wednesday: 10am-7pm Thursday: 11am-6pm Friday: 10am-5pm Saturdays: 10am-5pm Please reach out to the Literacy Program Coordinator, Michelle Gee, at michelle.gee@hayward-ca.gov to get started or for more questions!

    Date Posted: July 1, 2022
  • Water Day Celebration

    163 London StreetSan Francisco, CA 94112
    Fri, July 8, 2022 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM

    Our Excelsior Clubhouse in San Francisco is hosting its annual Water Day Celebration on July 8th! During this carnival-like atmosphere, volunteers will have a chance to support many of our stations and help serve food during this action-packed community day in the heart of the Excelsior neighborhood of SF. Our organization takes the safety of our volunteers very seriously. We require all volunteers to provide proof of vaccination to us prior to starting. Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco follows city guidelines around public health during Covid-19. This person would be supervised by our experienced Assistant Clubhouse and Clubhouse Director at the Excelsior Site. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Serving food to youth and families during the carnival Participating at various stations Ability to stand on feet for prolonged periods of time Safety Note: We ask all volunteers to bring masks when volunteering and follow the City's guidelines around masking. Boys & Girls Clubs has been helping youth achieve their full potential since 1891. We serve youth between the ages of 6-18 and areas of the city where the need for services is the highest.

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • AmeriCorps Member

    San Francisco Bay AreaSan Francisco, CA 94107
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    To Apply: Go to http://www.bayac.org/ and click "Apply Now!" to submit your application and be scheduled for an interview. Get your applications in today, as we are filling our positions on a first come first serve basis! This is a service experience program for folks who are looking to work with youth-serving nonprofits and in the field of education. We are hiring for folks to serve as school-based educators, academic coaches & mentors, case managers, and lead enrichment activities. Position duties may include: Support students/youth in developing the skills they need to be successful in school and life Provide homework and academic support for program participants at school sites and/or distance learning Provide case management, referrals, and independent living skills for clients at community based sites Plan and facilitate youth focused lesson plans and activities Promote a safe and positive learning environment Actively supervise and ensure student/youth safety at all times Model positive attitudes, behaviors, and language Communicate regularly with the site coordinator and regional supervisor Maintain accurate attendance records and reporting procedures Attend and participate in bi-monthly training and cohort meetings Gain experience and skills: Serve full time in diverse and vibrant Bay Area communities Learn within the education and nonprofit sectors Develop basic teaching skills, including curriculum development, behavior management practices and public speaking/facilitation Make lasting connections with fellow service minded community members Build confidence in youth development frameworks Acquire concrete youth worker skills Develop personal and professional goals with guidance and support Promote meaningful community partnerships Become part of a large alumni network Benefits include: $$2,100 monthly living stipend $10,000 (1700-hour member) education award upon completion of term Health care benefits Student loan forbearance for qualifying loans Childcare assistance (if eligible)

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Help a Neighbor Group

    All Across CaliforniaStatewide, CA 95814
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Calling all Neighbors! Are you interested in building stronger connections among your neighbors to make your neighborhood more resilient during an emergency? By signing up to join Help-A-Neighbor Group (HANG), you will receive the support of the HANG Team as you pledge to connect with neighbors and start meaningful conversations about community-based preparedness. Whether you live in an area affected by Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS), wildfires, or extreme weather events, HANG is a network of neighbors with the common goal of being the first line of response to help each other during an emergency. As a HANG leader you will have a forum to communicate preparedness needs, receive helpful resources and support based on your neighborhood goals, and learn from others across the state who are doing similar work. We are here to support neighborhood leaders like you, please sign up for HANG and let us know how we can help you meet your community resiliency goals!

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Help Support Your Local Food Bank with Operation Feed California

    All Across CaliforniaStatewide, CA 95814
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The COVID-19 pandemic has increased hunger significantly in California. Food banks across the state need your help to support Californians who are experiencing food insecurity. Join Operation Feed California by pledging to volunteer at your local food bank. Thousands of volunteers are participating in activities like food donation sorting and bagging, no-contact food distribution, administrative tasks, and other crucial support. Learn more about OFC at CaliforniaVolunteers.ca.gov/ofc

    Date Posted: June 30, 2022
  • Food Pantry (JFK Tower - San Francisco)

    2451 Sacramento StreetSan Francisco, CA 94115
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Project Overview Help make an impact by connecting at-risk neighbors with critical food resources. Sign-up today and let’s make good things happen together! Volunteers will help by unloading boxes of produce and goods, bagging groceries, distribution, breakdown, and clean-up. Project Schedule Recurs every Wednesday from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Only available for part of the shift? Looking to help with a one-off project? We can work with your schedule! Project Requirements & Important Notes Volunteers are required to complete a waiver here: https://share.hsforms.com/11L5a0dfyTVqet7gzJg-uMg1capy Volunteers are required to show proof of vaccination upon entrance Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing and sturdy closed-toe shoes Please do your part in keeping our community healthy. If you are immuno-compromised, at increased risk for severe illness, or feeling sick at all, please decline your registration to the event and register for a project at a less risky time. For additional resources and guidance on how to keep yourself healthy, visit the CDC website.

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Help Oakland Go Back to School From August 1-5!

    Oakland, CA 94607
    Mon, August 1, 2022 - Fri, August 5, 2022

    Oakland public schools start soon, which means we need your help! From August 1-5, we're hosting volunteers at public schools all across Oakland to help teachers start strong! We need your help to put up bulletin boards, organize school supplies, arrange furniture, and much more. Three hours of your time on a day between August 1-5, 2022 makes an enormous difference at a crucial time for educators. This opportunity is for registered Oakland School Volunteers only. Sign up to be an Oakland School Volunteer here: https://www.oaklandedfund.org/programs/volunteer/one-time-volunteers/. As part of the application, you'll need to: Apply using the form Proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination schedule Sign an in-person waiver Schools looking for volunteer support include, but aren't limited to: Grass Valley Elementary Westlake Middle School Greenleaf Bella Vista Elementary Sankofa United REACH Academy

    Date Posted: June 29, 2022
  • Join Minds Matter SF & become a Mentor or an Instructor for a High Schooler today!

    1563 Page StreetSan Francisco, CA 94117
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    To learn more and apply, visit: http://www.mindsmattersf.org/join/ ABOUT OUR PROGRAM Minds Matter of San Francisco is a 100% volunteer-run, educational non-profit that provides low-income students access to strong mentors, instructors and leaders, who help broaden their worldview and prepare them for college and beyond. Students join us as Sophomores, where they build up their academic foundations in math, science, reading, writing and critical thinking, and learn key life skills, like leadership and public speaking. As Juniors, our students focus on improving standardized test scores, managing stress and exploring colleges. During the summers after their sophomore and junior years, we encourage and support our students with finding summer programs at different colleges around the country to push them out of their comfort zones and ready them for college. Finally, as Seniors, our students focus heavily on showcasing their best selves in their college applications and learning more key skills that will ensure that they don’t just graduate from college, but that they thrive during their experience. We also support them with learning about both traditional and creative ways of paying for college, so that finances don't become a barrier to considering a great school. We’re looking for volunteers to help us with every part of this program from tutoring to mentoring to managing programs. At the heart of our organization are people committed to making an impact in education and these students’ lives. At Minds Matter, our mentees come first, but our strong community comes in at a close second. Many of our volunteers form lasting friendships and embark on new endeavors together. Whether we’re discussing the latest trends in education over dinner or picnicking in Golden Gate Park, our community knows how to get things done and have fun while doing it. We invite you to join our community and our cause. VOLUNTEER COMMITMENT The opportunity to make an impact on a student’s life comes with important responsibilities. When working with youth, one of the key components to building trust is just showing up. Commitment is key with our program-your presence, proactive communication, and conscientiousness are what makes Minds Matter of San Francisco work. Sessions take place from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM every Saturday during the school year (August through May, with breaks following standard school holidays) For Sophomores and Juniors, instructional programs take place from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM and mentoring from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM For Seniors, college application prep takes place from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM We require a minimum attendance of 80% of Saturday sessions (approx. 20 of 25 weeks from August through May) and advanced notice of planned absences Building strong relationships with a student is vital for their success and growth, so we strongly prefer a three-year commitment, though we require a minimum of one year INSTRUCTORS The instructional component of our programs is designed to equip students with the knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary for achieving academic success at school and in their standardized tests. Our instructors serve as guides and role models for our students, encouraging them to deepen their knowledge base and to enjoy the process of learning. Instructors take on a variety of different roles in our organization: leading a class on a subject area, teaching the SAT/ACT, and developing and delivering workshops on close reading, critical thinking, and statement writing skills for our students and their mentors. We will work with you to find a role that best fits your skills and experience. What we look for: Presentation and facilitation skills appropriate to a small group and/or classroom setting Depth of knowledge and passion for a particular subject Ability to take a complex concept and simplify it, so that anyone can learn it Unfettered curiosity for how things work-especially when it comes to academics and tests Passion for setting goals and gaining concrete results Ability to work in a team and navigate ambiguity Prior experience designing a curriculum and instructional materials is a plus MENTORS Each student is matched with two mentors, who work closely to help their student become well-rounded and navigate the college experience from application to graduation. Mentors work with their students to explore different majors and career paths and learn a variety of skills, like writing resumes and personal statements, managing time and stress, and presenting and discussing a perspective. Our mentors serve as positive role models and catalysts for the students, encouraging them to fulfill their full potential. What we look for: Ability to hold a high bar and set stretch goals that mentees can achieve Knows how to listen and ask the right questions to build trust in a relationship, including creating a safe space for difficult conversations and being available outside of session Inquisitive and curious about what motivates and excites people Adaptable to a wide variety of personality types, from introverts to extroverts; youth to adults Will take initiative, solve problems, be optimistic-but-realistic, collaborative and reliable Prior mentorship experience with low-income high school students is a plus To learn more and apply, visit: http://www.mindsmattersf.org/join/

    Date Posted: June 28, 2022
  • Spending Time with Seniors at the End of Life - San Francisco

    175 N. Redwood Dr.Suite 285San Rafael, CA 94903
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    At Bridge Hospice, we provide volunteer services for our patients and their families. Many of our patients are looking for volunteers who would love to spend time talking to them and sharing their stories. Our patients in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living communities and at home are often lonely and would appreciate a warm, friendly volunteer to light up their day. For more information, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Diane Castro.

    Date Posted: June 28, 2022
  • Meals on Wheels Driver in San Bruno

    201 City Park WaySan Bruno, CA 94066
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Volunteer as a Meals on Wheels Driver in San Bruno. Deliver a hot meal and a smile to homebound seniors in your neighborhood. Drivers must be available from 10 am to 1 pm, be able to use own vehicle and gasoline and undergo a background and DMV (which we handle). Contact Ann Eisenberg at aeisenberg@penvol.org or 650-272-5108 with questions. Go to www.penvol.org/volunteer for an application and more information.

    Date Posted: June 27, 2022
  • Seeking 10 volunteers to bring professional skills to local nonprofits

    San Francisco, CA 94109
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    YCore is looking for project leads to Lead a project team to support a local Bay Area nonprofit. If you have leadership and team management skills, this is THE volunteer opportunity for you. Join our community. Apply by June 19th at ycore.org/apply

    Date Posted: June 27, 2022
  • Suncrest Hospice: Death Doulas Needed! (Walnut Creek)

    Walnut Creek, CA 94597
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Suncrest Hospice is in search of compassionate, professional Death Doulas! We are looking for individuals who want to be part of a support system for our patients and their families as they transition into end-of-life. By providing emotional, spiritual, mental, or physical support, Death Doulas help many with the final transition within life through a variety of ways. Join the Suncrest Hospice team to begin providing a unique aspect of comfort and support for many within the community. The philosophy of hospice care is to provide comfort and the highest quality of life that one can achieve at the end of life. Through an interdisciplinary team including a nurse, nurse assistant, social worker, chaplain, and volunteer , we help the patient and family walk through their journey. Suncrest Hospice is looking for volunteers to join the Suncrest Team as we provide excellent care and support to our hospice patients and their families in their homes! We serve families in Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and many other Bay Area counties. All of our volunteers are trained to provide companionship, but we are looking for volunteers who are willing to become Death Doulas to families and the entire Suncrest Community. As volunteers are trained in their role with patients, we are required to conduct background checks, drug testing, and TB testing, at no charge to all volunteers. We are especially looking for volunteers willing to serve patients and families in and around Walnut Creek. Please contact the office at 408-900-8838 for more information and other questions pertaining to the organization or this listing.

    Date Posted: June 27, 2022
  • Become a skills-based volunteer in SF Bay Area

    Daly City, CA 94016
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    YCore is a nonprofit organization that provides a central space for like-minded young professionals to work together on projects for local nonprofit organizations to support meaningful work in their community. Over the course of 7 months, YCore Project Leads dedicate a few hours outside of work each week to scope and lead a strategic project with a local nonprofit partner. They also attend workshops with their cohort to learn and apply skills like systems thinking and fundraising, all while building their network of like-minded changemakers.

    Date Posted: June 27, 2022
  • Want to make a meaningful impact? Lead a skills-based project with YCore

    San Mateo, CA 94404
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    YCore is a nonprofit organization that provides a central space for like-minded young professionals to work together on projects for local nonprofit organizations to support meaningful work in their community. Over the course of 7 months, YCore Project Leads dedicate a few hours outside of work each week to scope and lead a strategic project with a local nonprofit partner. They also attend workshops with their cohort to learn and apply skills like systems thinking and fundraising, all while building their network of like-minded changemakers.

    Date Posted: June 27, 2022
  • Volunteers Needed to help feed the Oakland community.

    4805 Foothill BoulevardOakland, CA 94601
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    COVID-19 is still affecting many families in the Oakland, CA area. Many people have not financially recovered from a loss of hours at work, a loss of a job, or illness. We provide free food with no requirement checks to anyone who comes by to help alleviate hunger and allow people a better quality of life by being able to save some money on what they would have had to spend at food market.

    Date Posted: June 27, 2022
  • Walnut Creek Office Hospice Volunteers Needed!

    Walnut Creek, CA 94597
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Suncrest Hospice is looking for volunteers to join the Suncrest Team as we provide excellent care and support to our hospice patients and their families! The philosophy of hospice care is to provide comfort and the highest quality of life that one can achieve at end of life. Through an interdisciplinary team including a nurse, nurse assistant, social worker, chaplain, and volunteer, we help the patient and family walk through their journey. Volunteers are essential members of the patient’s hospice care team. Volunteers are trained to listen, care, and provide companionship for our patients during this important time in their lives. Through careful screening and orientation, our volunteers understand the hospice philosophy to provide as much comfort and quality of life to our patients as possible. Volunteers participate on the team visits which may include reading to patients, doing crafts, taking them outside in their wheelchair, accompanying them to a meal, writing letters, and sometimes simply by sitting quietly next to a patient’s bed. All of our volunteers are trained to provide companionship, and some of them bring extra areas of skill with them, such as massage, music, and energy work. In the Bay Area, Suncrest Hospice serves families in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano counties and serve both patients in hospice facilities and in their own homes. We are especially looking for volunteers willing to serve patients and families in and around Walnut Creek All Suncrest Hospice volunteers are required to complete a background check and TB and drug testing at no charge to you. Please contact our staff at 408-900-8838

    Date Posted: June 24, 2022
  • Food Pantry Volunteer

    3543 18th StreetBetween Valencia and GuerreroMission DistrictSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Women’s Building (TWB) is a multi-cultural, multi-service center in the Mission District of San Francisco. TWB provides services and programs to empower women and girls, a home to a variety of non-profit organizations, and a community center with meeting spaces. Our mission is to provide women and girls with the tools and resources they need to achieve full and equal participation in society. In collaboration with the SF-Marin Food Bank and The SF Market, The Women's Building provides assistance to hundreds of immigrant families each week at our pantries. We support these families with food distribution including a mix of produce and dry goods and exposure to community resources related to nutrition, employment and other social programs. 3-6 hours per week. Mondays 8am-11am and/ or Thursdays 8am-11am. ( This position requires a 3 month minimum commitment) Responsibilities include: Indoor Volunteer Positions: Baggers/Set-up: Assist with organizing and preparing the auditorium for distribution Unload heavy boxes from the food truck and transport the food to the distribution room Transporting and assembling necessary equipment and tools such as dolleys, tables, chairs, etc Bagging produce and groceries Janitorial Maintenance: Breaking down boxes Sweep and mop messes Put away equipment and sanitize tables Outdoor Volunteer Positions: Line support and monitoring: Passing out food pantry tickets to unregistered line Ensuring people maintain 6ft social distancing protocols Monitoring front of line and calling people to pick up bag and making sure space is cleared for next guest Food Return Table: Collect unwanted food and organize for others to grab Bring any extras inside to be re-bagged for later guests

    Date Posted: June 24, 2022
  • Provide Rides & Much More to Seniors in Marin Today!

    4340 Redwood Hwy, Ste F-142San Rafael, CA 94903
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for passionate volunteer drivers to assist our older adult members today. Why? To keep our seniors independent and engaged in their communities. A simple ride has tremendous impact on both the individual in need and the volunteer graciously providing their time. A quick ride to the grocery store increases the chance of proper nutrition. A trip to the doctor ensures good health. A jaunt to the beauty parlor reinforces self-esteem. A drive to a social event promotes optimized mental and physical well-being. You will be amazed with the satisfaction you will feel when lending a hand to our seniors. Their wisdom, experiences and stories will enrich your life. We have no set schedules and work around YOUR availability. Other volunteer opportunities include, but are not limited to, running errands, providing companionship, technology help and handyman assistance. Become a volunteer for Marin Villages today! If interested, please head to our website at www.marinvillages.org to download a volunteer application. Should you have any questions, please call us at 415-457-4633 or alternatively email us at volunteers@marinvillages.org for more information.

    Date Posted: June 24, 2022
  • Hospice Volunteers Needed (San Rafael)

    San Rafael, CA 94901
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Suncrest Hospice is looking for volunteers to join the Suncrest Team as we provide excellent care and support to our hospice patients and their families! The philosophy of hospice care is to provide comfort and the highest quality of life that one can achieve at end of life. Through an interdisciplinary team including a nurse, nurse assistant, social worker, chaplain, and volunteer, we help the patient and family walk through their journey. Volunteers are essential members of the patient’s hospice care team. Volunteers are trained to listen, care, and provide companionship for our patients during this important time in their lives. Through careful screening and orientation, our volunteers understand the hospice philosophy to provide as much comfort and quality of life to our patients as possible. Volunteers participate on the team visits which may include reading to patients, doing crafts, taking them outside in their wheelchair, accompanying them to a meal, writing letters, and sometimes simply by sitting quietly next to a patient’s bed. All of our volunteers are trained to provide companionship, and some of them bring extra areas of skill with them, such as massage, music, and energy work. In the Bay Area, Suncrest Hospice serves families in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano counties and serve both patients in hospice facilities and in their own homes. We are especially looking for volunteers willing to serve patients and families in and around San Rafael. All Suncrest Hospice volunteers are required to complete a background check and TB and drug testing at no charge to you. Please contact our staff at 408-900-8838

    Date Posted: June 24, 2022
  • AmeriCorps VIP at Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired

    San Francisco, CA 94102
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Want to jump start a career in the Non-Profit sector or explore future career options while engaging in meaningful AmeriCorps service? AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure (VIP) program is an incredible way to serve by building volunteer programming and engaging volunteers to support nonprofits in meeting the needs of California communities. VIP offers opportunities to further your community engagement while gaining hands-on experience and extensive professional development. AmeriCorps VIP values and nurtures an environment that is respectful, courageous, inclusive, and equitable. We believe service is a way to bring people together and bridge divides; connecting individuals to individuals, and individuals to organizations that can help us tackle society’s toughest challenges. We are strengthened by the diversity of our members and welcome the unique contributions that you bring to our program.

    Date Posted: June 24, 2022
  • AmeriCorps VIP at West Oakland Health

    Oakland, CA 94607
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Want to jump start a career in the Non-Profit sector or explore future career options while engaging in meaningful AmeriCorps service? AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure (VIP) program is an incredible way to serve by building volunteer programming and engaging volunteers to support nonprofits in meeting the needs of California communities. VIP offers opportunities to further your community engagement while gaining hands-on experience and extensive professional development. AmeriCorps VIP values and nurtures an environment that is respectful, courageous, inclusive, and equitable. We believe service is a way to bring people together and bridge divides; connecting individuals to individuals, and individuals to organizations that can help us tackle society’s toughest challenges. We are strengthened by the diversity of our members and welcome the unique contributions that you bring to our program.

    Date Posted: June 24, 2022
  • Kidney Walk-NorCal

    Embarcadero Plaza 1 Market Street, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94105
    Sun, September 18, 2022 05:00 AM - 01:00 PM

    Race day is coming and we still need more volunteers. We're on the lookout for people to help with: Course Workers- assists with set-up and removal of cones, barricades, course water tables and boxes of water. (Heavy lifting involved) Parking Direction- Positioned near and at the entry to designated parking areas to direct athletes, attendees and other volunteers to correct parking areas, registration area. We will have 2 separate parking lists. 1. General parking and vendor parking 2. VIP parking- (sponsors, honorees & special guests. Water Stations Along the Course- Fill cups of water at water stations along course. Maintain filled water cups for runners/walkers as needed. Clean up post race throwing away all empty water cups into trash receptacles. Food and Beverage Tables- Cut Bananas, oranges, bagels, as well as set up tables. Additionally hand out to runners and walkers before and after they run/walk. Course Direction and cheer stations- Positioned at various key points along the course, volunteers will point or hold signs to keep runners on the proper course. Cheer the runners and walkers as they participate in the race. Volunteers are taken key points along the course to offer directions to athletes. They will be giving directions by pointing or holding a sign with an arrow to point the runners in the correct direction. Event Day Registration- Welcome athletes, collect registration information, distribute race packets, race t-shirts and goodie bags. Distributing the athletes bibs', and a number of safety pins when athletes give their name.Volunteers should have information available to give athletes answers to common questions such as where the start/ finish line i, where the course map can be located, when the run/walk starts, where to pickup shirts, and where to results will be posted. Tee Shirt Volunteers- Volunteers work behind tables handing athletes their t-shirts after the athletes have registered and have a bib number. The bib number is marked with an X in the area not to be torn off and returned with the shirt to the athlete. (moving some heavy boxes required) Banner and sign Hangers- Banners and signs will need to be hung and positioned in the staging area and along the course. These volunteers should be able to climb ladders and string banners on rope. Award Booth- Assist with sorting and distributing age group awards to the top three finishers in each group. Finish Line Volunteers- assist with sorting of athletes as they finish, handing out finisher medals and keeping order in the finish chutes. They will assist with the timing, removal of runners bib number, and tags. Mile Timers- Volunteers will be positioned along the course at each mile position and shout out the race time as the athletes pass by. They will be given a stopwatch to be returned to the stage or course director when picked up to return to staging area. Breakdown and Clean-up- All volunteers are asked to assist with breakdown and clean-up of the course start to finish line area and event plaza. Depending on the race, Kiddie Fun Run Course Volunteers positioned along the Kiddie Fun Run course, to ensure all participants follow and stay on course. Volunteers also will be needed to hand each child a finishers ribbon at their finish line. As an A5 Events volunteer you will be fed and hydrated. If you have any friends or family that may also be interested in volunteering, please have them sign up through the website or show up with you on the day of the event. You will be assigned a job at the event. Without our amazing volunteers, this race simply would not happen. So, on that note, thanks and we look forward to hearing from you. Please show up at 5:00am, Parking is available in the parking lot.

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Tutor (GO AmeriCorps Fellowship) - August 2022 to June 2023

    New York, NY 10002
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    As a Great Oaks (GO) AmeriCorps Fellow, you will play an integral role in the school community by providing small groups of students individualized instruction, mentorship, and enrichment opportunities each day in a full-time AmeriCorps service position. You will serve groups of elementary, middle or high school students Monday-Friday and some weekends- an average service day lasting 9 hours. You will gain valuable professional and personal experience and acquire skills in civic-engagement, teamwork and leadership during the service term. You could potentially serve in any one of our partner schools from Maryland to Connecticut- all of which share our mission and values. The ideal candidate for the GO AmeriCorps Fellowship is a college graduate who is team-oriented, passionate about service and who believes that all young people deserve a high-quality education. Fellows will receive a living allowance, housing at select locations, the Segal Education award, and professional development and training. COMPENSATION & AMERICORPS BENEFITS You will earn: living allowance housing (utilities and furniture included) access to food and health benefits ongoing professional development AmeriCorps Segal Education Award upon successful completion valuable professional and personal experience in civic-engagement, teamwork and leadership QUALIFICATIONS You are qualified to apply if you meet the following requirements: Earned an Associate's or Bachelor’s degree by August 1, 2022 Citizenship or legal Permanent Residency status in the United States (AmeriCorps requirement) Served no more than three previous AmeriCorps service terms (AmeriCorps National requirement) GENERAL INFORMATION If selected for the role, you will start in August 2022 and serve through June 2023. GO AmeriCorps Fellow positions are available in schools from Maryland to Connecticut. This will be an in-person service opportunity pending any new state and CDC guidelines.

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Tutor (GO AmeriCorps Fellowship) - October 2022 to June 2023

    New York, NY 10013
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Position Summary As a Great Oaks (GO) AmeriCorps Fellow, you will play an integral role in the school community by providing small groups of students individualized instruction, mentorship, and enrichment opportunities each day in a full-time AmeriCorps service position. You will serve groups of elementary, middle or high school students Monday-Friday and some weekends- an average service day lasting 9 hours. You will gain valuable professional and personal experience and acquire skills in civic-engagement, teamwork and leadership during the service term. You could potentially serve in any one of our partner schools from Maryland to Connecticut- all of which share our mission and values. The ideal candidate for the GO AmeriCorps Fellowship is a college graduate who is team-oriented, passionate about service and who believes that all young people deserve a high-quality education. Key Responsibilities Instruct for Mastery- You will deliver individualized small-group instruction to students in math and/or English Language Arts for an average of four (45 minute) periods per day, and provide in-class or curriculum support. Mentor for Leadership- You will support students’ social emotional growth in small mentor groups. As a Fellow, you will cultivate relationships with families through weekly communication, ensuring open conversations about student progress. Develop a Community- You will support to develop an enriching school environment by being present during arrival, dismissal, lunch and transition of students as well as school and community-based events. You may have the opportunity to lead and support after-school programming. Compensation & AmeriCorps Benefits You will earn: living allowance housing (utilities and furniture included) access to food and health benefits ongoing professional development AmeriCorps Segal Education Award upon successful completion valuable professional and personal experience in civic-engagement, teamwork and leadership Qualifications You are qualified to apply if you meet the following requirements: Earned an Associate's or Bachelor’s degree by October 1, 2022 Citizenship or legal Permanent Residency status in the United States (AmeriCorps requirement) Served no more than three previous AmeriCorps service terms (AmeriCorps National requirement) General Information If selected for the role, you will start in October 2022 and serve through June 2023. GO AmeriCorps Fellow positions are available in schools from Maryland to Connecticut

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Volunteer at GRIP Training Institute

    Berkeley, CA 94710
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    GRIP Training Institute is a 501(c)(3) serving incarcerated people in the state of California. Our mission is to create the personal and systemic change to turn violence and suffering into opportunities for learning and healing. GRIP began in 2012 at San Quentin. In 2016 and 2017, GRIP expanded to 5 institutions. As of June of 2022, GRIP has successfully graduated 1,221 students in 5 prisons. From those, 528 have been released. Our success rate is 99.1%. If you have a passion for justice, and seek to work with others who have a deep commitment to personal and social transformation, and desire to learn and advance your role, then come join our dynamic, diverse, and growing team! GRIP Training Institute is looking for Volunteers! As a key member of our team, the Volunteer will provide support and collaborate with various domains within the organization. Your impactful work will directly help GRIP with our mission to dismantle the mass incarceration system and restore justice within our communities. The Volunteer will report directly to the Operations Coordinator and will be responsible for one of the following categories below at GRIP Training Institute. This is subject to change and can cater towards your skills and interests. Our office is headquartered in Berkeley, CA, though our prison programs operate in a variety of remote locations throughout California state. GRIP Training Institute needs support within the following categories: Programmatic Support the work of the GRIP program Participate in supporting events Assist formerly incarcerated facilitators with navigating technology Assist formerly incarcerated with organizational skills Organizational & Development/Fundraising Networking & Research Support events & retreats Grant writing - Fundraising Legal Services Office/Administration Bookkeeping General Office Administrative/Organizational Computer systems: software and hardware IT services Communications Website content management systems (Joomla and WordPress) Social Media (FB/Twitter) Newsletter (Mailchimp email campaigns) Database management (excel/google sheets spreadsheets) Graphic Design: InDesign Writing/Editing THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE THESE SKILLS/EXPERIENCE: Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Strong leadership skills with ability to motivate and encourage others. Fluency with Google Workspace (Google Docs, Sheets, Gmail, Google Calendar, Forms, Sites, Groups, Photos, etc.).

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • San Francisco: Help children displaced from school by Covid-19 as a Community Outreach Team Lead

    San Francisco and VicinitySan Francisco, CA 94108
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Community Outreach/Distribution Team Lead: Have you ever wanted to do something AMAZING to change the world but didn't know where to start? Here is an opportunity to help underprivileged children, to help under-served children, to help ALL children displaced from school due to COVID-19, and even to help many adults who can't read. We are looking for three, very special people, who have the skills, expertise, experience, passion, and time to be part of something amazing that is about to fundamentally change the lives of millions of children. Right now, millions of children have no hope; but soon, they will have the opportunity to learn how to read, which, in turn, will open a window to education and to a world of potential for them that, not only, has never been opened before, but that has never even been seriously contemplated as a potential reality. What we are talking about is adaptive learning, gamified smartphone app, called FUNetix, that can literally, teach a child how to read, in the comfort of their home, in an average of just 12 hours of total use time! We are the American Youth Literacy Foundation, and we have been teaching children how to read for nearly 12 years! We have been developing this app for about two years, and this year we will launch this incredible smartphone app in the App Store and on Google Play by Thanksgiving, 2020, to help save millions of children from a lifetime of illiteracy! Already, there are millions of children who are struggling to learn how to read. Already, there are millions more who have given up on reading and are destined to go through life either completely illiterate, or with semi-literate skills at best. And now with the displacement of tens of millions of children from school, for an indeterminate amount of time , the loss of reading capacity of the next generation presents a new, crisis moment in American education , and a very real threat to the future success of millions of young students. We are partnered with an engineering team that was one of the five, $1 million finalists, in the XPrize for Global Learning competition (the winners of which were announced last May), which was a worldwide competition for app "design and development" teams to design, build and deliver a tablet-based app to children in remote villages in Africa which could teach them how to read and do basic math (children of all ages, most of whom had never been to school before in their lives). The curriculum that our app is based on is a patented reading decoding system , and is so effective at teaching children how to read, that it usually only takes 4-6 hours for them to understand the basic learning tools, and another 4-6 hours for them to reach a 2nd grade reading level. Compare this to so many of our students who have been in the public school system for 6 years and still can't spell simple words like "the, said, was, would, could, there or which." Compare this to millions of students who have dropped out of school, primarily because they can't read (more than 10 million per decade (25% according to U.S. Government statistics)). More than 20 million children in grades 3-12 in America's public schools today are either completely or functionally illiterate, according to the U.S. Government’s "Annual Report Card." Our organization is a nearly 12 year old, nationwide, charitable 501 c 3 non-profit. We started out as a tutoring program in Philadelphia and central New Jersey, and we still provide one-on-one tutoring. But our focus has always been on finding a scalable solution to the literacy crisis in America. With the rise of the smartphone and the amazing penetration of this powerful tool (currently estimated at 80%), even into the most impoverished communities, we feel that the answer we have been searching for ABSOLUTELY comes in the form of an app. So for the past several years we have been working to convert our amazing reading curriculum, that teaches children how to read in an average of just 12 hours, into an app that teaches children how to read in about the same time. And this is where you come in. We have a LOT of opportunity in front of us to finish building and testing, and, ultimately, to deliver an end-user experience (the UX) to millions of children in America's inner cities and rural counties, in the barrios and the suburbs, and on the American Indian reservations, and everywhere in-between, with this smartphone app. But in order to do this, we need to complete three pieces of the equation: The Horse, The Cart, and the Payload. The Horse is the curriculum; and it is well under way in the conversion process from an analog to a digital curriculum. (We have designed already 1,500 of the nearly 2,000 screen, fully narrated, reading learning experience.) The Cart is the distribution system, the "how do we get it out into communities and to the children, once it's built?" Despite what some may think, just because we put an app in the App Store, doesn't mean it will go viral. There's an old adage that goes, "build a better mousetrap, and the world will NOT beat a path to your door!" You still have to market, publicize and distribute your invention, even if it's FREE, like ours! More on "The Cart," in a moment. And the Payload is the UX (the user experience). But it's not just the child (the ultimate beneficiary) who must enjoy the experience enough to continue through the progressive learning modules, it's also the parent, or guardian, or friend, or grandparent, or sibling, or concerned adult, who must be supported. And for that we are building the support system and the support network that will scale with the app, and not constrain the growth and penetration of the app into the vast layers and interconnected folds of American society. The UX is being tested and empowered to work in a controlled environment before it is released into an uncontrolled environment like the App Store or Google Play, where its success will depend upon ease of use, ease of understanding and the support that we provide to caring adults who download the app for the purpose of saving their child from living a life of impoverishment, without education, without access to information, and without hope. In addition, all of our external communications will be supported and cross connected through our website. Our brand, image, content and messaging will be a collaboration of our graphic design, UX, Communications and Web Mastery teams. The specific software we use to update and improve our website will be determined soon, after we have assessed all of the new component parts we wish to include in our web presence. As for the curriculum, we have approximately 1,500 of 2,000 screens completed. After the child learns the fundamentals of letters and sounds and how to blend sound symbols to form words and sentences (using a super-child-friendly, phonetic code called 21E), we transition them to English, where we utilize our patented diacritic decoding system to introduce them to the irregular letter patterns found in English spelling. From there, we continue to increase students' awareness of the various letter patterns and combinations, while simultaneously introducing them to more and more complex sentences, stories and interactive, fiction and non-fiction content. Our Curriculum Content Development team will be helping to build the final 10 modules plus additional content (300-500 screens) of the app and will be sourcing additional books, stories, games, puzzles and other content that children will transition to (an interactive "Content Library") after they have finished the 12-hour structured curriculum. There's much more to tell. You can read more about our story and about us on our website at www.YouthLit.org , however, keep in mind that many updates to that website are coming soon! Meanwhile, our Engineering team, they will be working to prepare the app for launch this Thanksgiving, 2020 by coordinating with our NY-based engineering partner to ensure usability and compatibility with a variety of iOS devices. As for our Community Outreach / Distribution Team, our challenge is to bring the app to children who are not learning how to read in school, either because they are in schools that are failing or because they are in difficult situations at home for a variety of reasons. Many parents are desperate for an education solution for their children, but the challenge of teaching reading to children is too great for teachers on their own with upwards of 40+ children in a class in many cases, combined with a reading curriculum that is confusing and doesn’t scale. Children get lost, confused and bored, and many of them act out, forcing teachers to focus on classroom management as opposed to classroom learning. The real literacy rates in so many thousands of America’s elementary schools are 20% or less in 3rd grade and beyond! But this doesn’t have to be this way and FUNetix is going to change ALL of this, soon! Our Community Outreach Team Leads will be building relationships with community leaders of all types and varieties to first, assess needs, and then deliver solutions to millions of parents who have no other place to turn. Our goal is not simply to tell parents what WE have, but rather, to listen to their needs vicariously, through our community advocates, in order to best tailor our app-based solution to meet THEIR needs. We are partnering with thought leaders, community leaders, religious leaders, other non-profits and NGO’s, national leaders, role models, such as entertainment and sports figures, corporate leaders and philanthropists, and any and all people and organizations who are focused on fundamentally and permanently improving the education landscape for ALL of America’s children. Our Community Outreach and Distribution Team Leads are individuals with diverse backgrounds and with diverse interests and talents, but most of all, they are individuals who have a willingness to reach out to communities in need and to the leaders within those communities, as well as to other leaders who can help make a difference. If you wish to be considered for this opportunity to be one of the three leads for our Community Outreach/Distribution Team, please send us a cover letter and resume to HR@YouthLit.org. We are looking for intelligent, creative, outgoing, enthusiastic, cheerful, optimistic individuals with significant real world experience and a willingness to both talk and listen to people and to identify ways to best share the benefits of our app with children in need. This is a complex undertaking and we are looking for highly proficient and organized professionals. Just to be clear, our organization is an all volunteer, mission-centric, extended virtual network, comprised of highly skilled and experienced individuals from around the country (and a few from around the world) who collaborate through cloud-based technology and platforms. Individuals interested in this position must have the confidence and ability to work in a virtual environment using select networking and communications tools and platforms. Given the current "social distancing" environment that we find ourselves in, individuals must also be willing to pick up the phone, send out emails, schedule Zoom meetings and use other communications technologies to contact and build relationships with our target audience. Thank you! We hope this opportunity finds you at the right place and the right time in your career to make a difference and an impact, in an amazing way, for millions of children who are waiting for someone, or some thing, to lead them out of a life of impoverishment and into a future of unlimited possibility and potential. We look forward to hearing from you and speaking with you about the future of literacy in America. Mr. R. Kali Woodward Founding, Executive Director

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Take Action Against Plastics: Join our Montara Beach Cleanup, HMB

    Montara State Park Beach Parking LotMeet at the parking lot near La CostaneraMontara, CA 94037
    Sat, July 9, 2022 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Montara State Beach is a wide, mile-long beach just north of Montara along the San Mateo County Coast. Behind the beach are stunning sculpted sandstone cliffs making this a very photogenic spot. For more details, visit our website: https://www.pacificbeachcoalition.org/next-beach-cleanup-montara/ To sign up fill out this form: https://forms.gle/qSdSUxcbJbnHk2PH8 About the Cleanup: Time: 9am - 11am Where to Meet: We will meet in the North parking lot at Montara State Beach the one North of La Costanera. Parking: There is free beach parking in the North lot to the North of La Costanera. Cleanup Areas: We will clean the beach parking lot and both sides of the road from the parking lot to La Costanera restaurant. Time/volunteers permitting we will clean both La Costanera parking lots and the bluffs. Supplies: Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own buckets and reusable gloves. Extra gloves, buckets, and specific tools for this site cleanup will be provided while supplies last. The weather is changeable: make sure to bring extra layers, a hat, sunblock, water, and snacks. COVID-19: Please wear your mask and social distance to keep everyone safe and healthy. Rain may cancel cleanup. If you’ve registered in advance with the Google Form, you’ll receive a cancellation notice. If you have not registered, check our website's calendar for the latest information. More details about this location: https://www.pacificbeachcoalition.org/take-action/monthly-adopt-a-beach-cleanups/montara-state-beach-cleanup/

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Volunteer Usher

    99 Moraga AvenueSan FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94129
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Presidio Theatre is looking for volunteer ushers! Responsibilities include scanning tickets, assisting patrons to their seats, coat check and directing patrons to concessions and restrooms. The theatre presents a wide range of performing arts including music, dance, theatre, and film. Once a movie theatre for members of the US Army and their families, the historic Presidio Theatre was reborn in 2019 as a state of the art venue for dance, theatre, music, cinema, and performing arts of all kinds. The mission of the Presidio Theatre is to ensure that the magic of live performance is accessible to the entire community. By reawakening an architectural jewel in the Presidio and creating a professionally run venue that reflects the rich diversity of the Bay Area, the Presidio Theatre encourages artists to grow and flourish. Full vaccination for COVID-19 and compliance with organization masking mandates will be required for Volunteer Ushers.

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Plastic Free Oceans. Be Part Of The Solution. Join Our Sharp Park Beach Cleanup

    Corner of Beach Blvd. and Clarendon Rd.Meet at the start of the leveePacifica, CA 94044
    Sat, July 9, 2022 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Sharp Park Beach extends along the waterfront on either side of Pacifica’s 1,140-foot long municipal pier, one of the most popular fishing sites along the coast. Teeming with wildlife, seabirds and spring wildflowers, the area features the Coastal Trail along the berm between the beach, Laguna Salada wetlands (critical habitat for the endangered San Francisco garter snake and California red-legged frog), and the golf course. Visitors should use caution as the surf and rip currents have a reputation to be powerful and dangerous. For more details, visit our website: https://www.pacificbeachcoalition.org/next-beach-cleanup-sharp-park/ To sign up fill out this form: https://forms.gle/SWzJiynn2XrqQ34k8 About the Cleanup: Time: 9am - 11am Where to Meet: At the corner of Beach Blvd and Clarendon at the start of the Levee. Parking: Street parking is free. Cleanup Areas: Volunteers clean the beach, streets, parking lots, the pier and the promenade. Supplies: Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own buckets and reusable gloves. Extra gloves, buckets, and specific tools for this site cleanup will be provided while supplies last. The weather is changeable: make sure to bring extra layers, a hat, sunblock, water, and snacks. COVID-19: Please wear your mask and social distance to keep everyone safe and healthy. Rain may cancel cleanup. If you’ve registered in advance with the Google Form, you’ll receive a cancellation notice. If you have not registered, check our website's calendar for the latest information. More details about this location: http://pacificabeachcoalition.org/take-action/monthly-adopt-a-beach-cleanups/sharp-park-beach-cleanup/

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Join Our Linda Mar Beach Cleanup, Pacifica

    PacificaState Beach near Linda Mar and Highway 1Meet at main parking lot (near the Taco Bell)Pacifica, CA 94044
    Sat, July 16, 2022 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Come join us at Linda Mar beach on the 3rd Saturday of the month to keep Pacifica's landmark beach in good health. We always need volunteers to help protect our coastline. It is fun and very rewarding, join us! Schools and large groups are welcomed. For more details, visit our website: https://www.pacificbeachcoalition.org/next-beach-cleanup-linda-mar/ To sign up, fill out this form: https://forms.gle/Yq3mVGauBRL71Rvh6 About the Cleanup: Time: 9am - 11am Where to Meet: At the southern end of the main parking lot (near Taco Bell). Parking: Fee to park. However, when you check in, site captains provide a parking pass good for use during your participation in the cleanup. Should you stay beyond cleanup hours, fees apply. The daily fee to park one vehicle in the Parking Lots through June 30, 2020 is $7 for a period of less than 4 hours and $9 for a period of more than 4 hours (or all day). Additional parking is available at Crespi Parking Lot on the east side of Highway 1 at corner of Crespi Drive (adjacent to Pacifica Community Center). Cleanup Areas: The parking lots, promenade and the beach. Supplies: Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own buckets and reusable gloves. Extra gloves, buckets, and specific tools for this site cleanup will be provided while supplies last. The weather is changeable: make sure to bring extra layers, a hat, sunblock, water, and snacks. COVID-19: Please wear your mask and social distance to keep everyone safe and healthy. Rain may cancel cleanup. If you’ve registered in advance with the Google Form, you’ll receive a cancellation notice. If you have not registered, check our website's calendar for the latest information. More details about this loca tion: https://www.pacificbeachcoalition.org/take-action/monthly-adopt-a-beach-cleanups/linda-mar-state-beach-cleanup/

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • Literacy Tutor for Adult Learners

    San Francisco Public Library-CitywideProject Read100 Larkin StreetSan Francisco, CA 94102
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Project Read is the adult literacy program of the San Francisco Public Library. Since 1983, over 5,000 volunteer tutors have been trained to work one-to-one with English-speaking adults seeking to improve their basic reading and writing skills. Tutors are required to complete a tutor training and make a year-long commitment to tutoring. Our training equips tutors with a variety of teaching techniques and strategies designed to help adult learners improve their reading and writing skills. After training, we ask that our tutors meet with an adult learner for a one to two hour session once a week. Instructional materials, online software, and in-service workshops are available to support Project Read volunteers and their learners. The next training will be held over Zoom from 4-6 pm on August16, 17, and 18 (all three sessions are required). To receive the registration link, please fill out the volunteer interest form here: https://forms.office.com/g/KLqVuCQeXL

    Date Posted: June 23, 2022
  • (East Bay) Transportation to pick up computers

    2323 BroadwayOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    With the appropriate Covid-19 protocols in place, we are looking for help with transporting the donated computers if you have a van. It would be great if you have some type of business that involves transporting so it would be volunteering to do extra pickup for donated computers. Thanks. RRRcomputer.org's mission is to reclaim computers from recycling to reuse for education for low income K-6 kids. We reduce computer waste by refurbishing the computers to put back into circulation for the kids to use for internet search for research, and doing their homework assignment at home. The computers that are going to recycling is still useful for their needs. We do our part in saving the planet and improve the education of children.

    Date Posted: June 22, 2022
  • Technicians to Refurbish Donated Computers

    2323 BroadwayOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Our Mission: To promote digital inclusion by repurposing computing devices for the next generation We reduce computer waste by refurbishing donated computers to put back into circulation for kids to use for internet research, online learning, and doing their homework. The computers that don't become e-waste can become a useful tools that bridge the learning gap for underserved students. By donating computers to kids, we are doing our part in reducing e-waste that harms our planet. After computers are donated from individuals and businesses, we need help in refurbishing the computers to be distributed. The following is a break down of how you can help achieve our goal of "One kid one computer." Please adhere to the CDC guidelines which includes not contacting people if you are feeling unwell, using a mask, and making any handovers as contact-less as possible. Normally, Technicians would all gather to refurbish computers. Now, we are asking our IT Technicians to pick up the computers (if possible) and fix them at their homes. You will be in virtual contact with other IT Technicians and the President to tell you what to do. Again, if possible, you can then transport the refurbished computers to our storage in Oakland. You may be asked to do any or all of the following: Duties: Process incoming computers Troubleshoot computer issues Assess computer repair needs Repair computers Disassemble machines to examine and/ or replace parts Reassemble machines after making repairs or replacing parts Clean computer drives, files, and components Install operating systems and software Verify computer is ready for distribution Advise new owners on computer operation and maintenance Only when needed Skills and Knowledge: Skilled in installing, repairing, and troubleshooting computer hardware and peripherals Experience in installing windows, software, applications, antivirus, and patches Knowledge of modern networking devices and printers Passionate about RRR Computer’s Mission Desire to promote the vision "one kid one computer "a reality. Strong Communicator

    Date Posted: June 22, 2022
  • Food Delivery Volunteer for Seniors Needed!

    200 Fagundes StreetHayward, CA 94544
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Food Delivery Volunteer Needed! The volunteer will assist the Resident Services Coordinator by picking up and delivering food to seniors! Pick Up Location: Eden Issei Terrace Apartments: 11:30am (200 Fagundes St., Hayward, CA 94544) Drop Off Location: Hayward Senior Apartments: 12:00pm (568 C St., Hayward, CA 94541) Food distribution & deliveries will occur every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month. Example of schedule pending any closures: January 14 January 28 February 11 February 25 Requirements: Volunteers, 12 and older must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing and close-toed shoes. All volunteers must wear a mask or face covering during the entire shift. All volunteers must provide proof of FULL vaccination to volunteer.

    Date Posted: June 22, 2022
  • Traveling iPhone, Android, iPad Repair Technician

    2323 BroadwayOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    With strict compliance with the CDC guidelines in preventing the spread of the Coronavirus, we are seeking IT technicians to make house visits to repair iPhones, Androids, and iPads with little to no contact with the clients. Qualifications: -ability to repair phones (cracked screens, simple troubleshooting, etc.) -possess own tools -able to respond to calls within 30 minutes -18 yrs + -excellent customer service -gig worker mindset RRRcomputer.org's mission is to promote digital inclusion by repurposing digital devices for the next generation. We give them to low income K-12 children for their education. We reduce computer waste by refurbishing the computers to put back into circulation for the kids to use for internet search for research, online classes, and doing their homework assignments at home. The computers that are going to recycling are still useful for their needs. We do our part in saving the planet while improving the education of children.

    Date Posted: June 22, 2022
  • Front Desk

    1025 Market Stsan francisco, CA 94103
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    As our Front Desk volunteer you will be the first point of contact for our guests entering the Museum, so a welcoming and positive attitude is a must! You will be responsible for greeting each guest, recording guest information, and relaying specific Museum information. All materials and training will be provided to you.

    Date Posted: June 21, 2022
  • Concierge

    1025 Market Stsan francisco, CA 94103
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Our Concierge is responsible for overseeing our guest information desk. You duties will include administering Museum information, handing out audio tours, and giving docent tours (optional).

    Date Posted: June 21, 2022
  • Provide direct services to pets and people in your community!

    8323 Baldwin St.Oakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Position Overview: Are you interested in assisting pet owners in our community work through challenges they are facing with their animals? Join our Humane Advoacy Team for a chance to make a difference and be a part of a passionate team of people who assist humans and animals daily. If you enjoy connecting with and supporting community members consider lending your time. This volunteer opportunity will give first-hand experience inside the animal welfare field as it relates to advancing the human-animal bond. We are looking for volunteers that are passionate about increasing community access to veterinary care, pet food and supplies, and other resources to keep companion animals with their humans and out of shelters.Volunteers work with the Pets For Life (PFL) Community Outreach Coordinator on all aspects of the PFL program, including reaching out to people in underserved communities to offer free to owner pet care resources, services, and information. The service model of the PFL program incorporates strategic door-to-door outreach, builds a consistent community presence, and cultivates long-lasting relationships with pet owners. Key Responsibilities: Conduct ongoing community outreach to pet owners in our focus area of 94621 and 94603 zip codes. Assist the public with animal-related concerns applying holistic, case-management approach. Coordinate spay/neuter and other veterinary appointments and transport companion animals to and from clinics. Prepares transport vehicle before and cleans/sanitizes vehicle after appointments. Use East Bay SPCA transportation vans to deliver supplies to clients who do not have easy access to transportation; load and unload supplies. Transport animals confined in crates to and from veterinary appointments via client’s homes. Ensure completion of all required paperwork by pet owner and submit complete forms to the PFL coordinator, as assigned. Communicate with clients about their needs. Requires hands-on interaction with companion animals. Working with team of volunteers and / or paid staff, initiate discussions with individuals in the community, share materials and information and field questions directed by staff. Requirements & Qualifications: At least 18 years of age. Commit to a regular weekly shift. Proficient in basic computer skills including word processing, email, and using Microsoft Office Suite. Well-developed interpersonal skills and the ability to work with people of varying background and cultures by adapting style and tactics to fit the audience while reserving judgment. Experience in an animal related field, including veterinary setting, and experience handling dogs and cats preferred. Ability to handle and lift animals and materials up to 40 pounds with reasonable accommodation. Experience assisting people with no income or low income in accessing resources. Excellent verbal and written communication along with active-listening skills. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Enthusiasm for the programs of the East Bay SPCA. Bilingual in English and Spanish. Valid driver’s license.

    Date Posted: June 21, 2022
  • East Bay Korean-American Senior Center

    1723 Telegraph AvenueOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Contact is Joanna Kim-Selby, Phone 510-763-0736, 510-763-1879;General email: koreanseniors@yahoo.com; Direct email to Mrs. Selby (Center's President); joannaselby@gmail.com, jkimselby@gmail.com This organization has immediate need for an ESL instructor (Tuesday through Friday, 10 to noon, Korean style lunch included, to teach ESL (English) to Korean Seniors. The organization also needs volunteers to help with grant proposals.

    Date Posted: June 21, 2022
  • Data entry for tech-driven nonprofit

    with One Degree
    65 9th St, 2nd FloorSan FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94103
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Unpaid volunteer, 5-15 hours per week, 3 month commitment, remote, flexible hours At One Degree, we believe finding emergency food, shelter, or health services when you or your family is in need should be as easy and straightforward as ordering a book on Amazon. We create modern tech-driven solutions that help families find, access, and manage nonprofit and social services efficiently and with dignity. We are looking for Volunteers to join our team to increase access to life-affirming resources in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and Gainesville, FL. This is a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about empowering low-income communities. Our program would be perfect for those who would like an opportunity that is: Completely remote and online Flexible hours Tech-forward (we use Slack, Google sheets etc.) Detail oriented and research heavy Has a far-reaching impact -- improving the lives of thousands Here’s what one of our volunteers has to say about volunteering with One Degree: I like connecting people to information and other people and volunteering with One Degree allows me to provide that service! I’m inspired by all the hours fellow volunteers put in and like having the opportunity to work as a team in updating resources. I’ve really enjoyed learning about the opportunities listed in One Degree, especially arts and job training programs for youth. As part of the Resource Management team, you will be updating our existing database of 22k community resources in the Bay Area and Los Angeles counties. This work is crucial to our commitment to provide up-to-date information for families and individuals that need community resources. We highly recommend you check out this article to learn more about our unique approach to maintaining an updated database before applying: https://medium.com/one-degree/robots-cant-do-everything-why-humans-maintain-one-degree-s-data-2678ff78d609 As a Community Resource Volunteer you will: Conduct online research to verify and update existing resources on One Degree such as navigating nonprofit and government agencie’s websites. Use One Degree’s Resource Editing Tool to make edits directly to existing resources in our database. Compile data into a user-friendly excel spreadsheet. Use Slack to communicate with the Volunteer team and stay informed on Volunteer program updates. Attend a monthly virtual meeting to discuss volunteer work, hear One Degree updates, and any special announcements. Time Commitment: 5-15 hours a week (or updating a minimum of 20 resources per week), for 3-6 months. Qualifications: Basic knowledge of computer and data entry. Have access to a computer. Written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work independently. Good computer and typing skills. Strong proofreading skills. Training: An introduction & orientation call will be set up with a member of our team. Detailed instructions, training videos, one-on-one virtual support (Slack, email, conference calls) and thoughtful feedback will be given along the way. If you’d like to join our volunteer team please.... Complete this 5 minute application! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScVexZfEsdfIlFL1M-vxtJ7V04GVqmcgYdd4C92Lmn0aOpGTA/viewform We accept new volunteers on a rolling basis. We expect new volunteers to start working within 2-4 weeks of applying. If you will not be able to volunteer with us within 3 weeks of applying, please wait to apply when you are ready to start volunteering. Please complete the application, and look for an email from us about getting set up. Thank you for considering One Degree!

    Date Posted: June 21, 2022
  • Cyber Security Workshop Presenters for SCORE.org

    455 Market Street Suite 600San Francisco, CA 94105
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    At San Francisco SCORE, our mentors come from every possible background with the single unifying factor that we all have had successful careers in the business community and are willing to help mentor, at no cost, entrepreneurs and business owners especially from underserved communities. We are looking for volunteer workshop presenters with expertise in cyber security and scam defense. Examples of topics may include updates on today’s digital technology landscape and how to keep your business protected, cyber defenses, threat updates, protecting against fraud and scams, preventing hacking, and other related topics. Workshops are generally provided to attendees via Zoom, and tend to last from 60-90 minutes. Workshop presenters should be prepared to develop a presentation outline, and to present and interact directly with attendees, which may range from 5-30 people by example. These are interactive, participatory workshops. SCORE is a nonprofit resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration and is the largest volunteer organization in the US that helps aspiring and existing entrepreneurs succeed. Our main activity is providing free mentoring services and low cost workshops. Volunteering is a way for you to give back and share your knowledge. If you would like to help local aspiring entrepreneurs from across the demographic spectrum of your community, please contact us to volunteer. We may be reached at admin@sfscore.org, or you may contact us here via Volunteer Match. Thank you for your support.

    Date Posted: June 20, 2022
  • Non-Profit Fundraising Workshop Presenters for SCORE.org

    455 Market Street Suite 600San Francisco, CA 94105
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    At San Francisco SCORE, our mentors come from every possible background with the single unifying factor that we all have had successful careers in the business community and are willing to help mentor, at no cost, entrepreneurs and business owners especially from underserved communities. We are looking for volunteer workshop presenters with expertise in fundraising for non-profits. Examples of topics may include grants, loans, fundraising events, partnerships, reporting requirements, donation marketing, and other related topics. Workshops are generally provided to attendees via Zoom, and tend to last from 60-90 minutes. Workshop presenters should be prepared to develop a presentation outline, and to present and interact directly with attendees, which may range from 5-30 people by example. These are interactive, participatory workshops. SCORE is a nonprofit resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration and is the largest volunteer organization in the US that helps aspiring and existing entrepreneurs succeed. Our main activity is providing free mentoring services and low cost workshops. Volunteering is a way for you to give back and share your knowledge. If you would like to help local aspiring entrepreneurs from across the demographic spectrum of your community, please contact us to volunteer. We may be reached at admin@sfscore.org, or you may contact us here via Volunteer Match. Thank you for your support.

    Date Posted: June 20, 2022
  • E-Commerce Workshop Presenters for SCORE.org

    455 Market Street Suite 600San Francisco, CA 94105
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    At San Francisco SCORE, our mentors come from every possible background with the single unifying factor that we all have had successful careers in the business community and are willing to help mentor, at no cost, entrepreneurs and business owners especially from underserved communities. We are looking for volunteer workshop presenters with expertise in e-commerce including Etsy, Amazon, Pinterest, Shopify, Ebay, etc. Examples of topics may include advantages and disadvantages of each; where to start; what’s the right online retail for you; how to best present your product and company in that format; what to look out for; sourcing, brand building, building your eCommerce store, and other related topics. Workshops are generally provided to attendees via Zoom, and tend to last from 60-90 minutes. Workshop presenters should be prepared to develop a presentation outline, and to present and interact directly with attendees, which may range from 5-30 people by example. These are interactive, participatory workshops. SCORE is a nonprofit resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration and is the largest volunteer organization in the US that helps aspiring and existing entrepreneurs succeed. Our main activity is providing free mentoring services and low cost workshops. Volunteering is a way for you to give back and share your knowledge. If you would like to help local aspiring entrepreneurs from across the demographic spectrum of your community, please contact us to volunteer. We may be reached at admin@sfscore.org, or you may contact us here via Volunteer Match. Thank you for your support.

    Date Posted: June 20, 2022
  • Castro Valley Library Homework Center Coordinator

    3600 Norbridge AvenueCastro Valley, CA 94546
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Castro Valley Library is recruiting for an after-school Homework Center Coordinator to run and manage our center during the 2022-2023 school year. The Homework Center Coordinator will assist K-8th grade students with homework assignments, projects, reading and math skill improvement as well as manage teen Homework Center volunteers. This position adheres to the CVUSD instructional schedule and is generally open Monday-Thursday from 3:30pm-5:00pm The ideal candidate is someone who has an understanding of the current common core school curriculum and is preferably either a retired educator or someone with classroom experience These positions are eligible to receive a competitive monthly stipend If you have questions regarding this recruitment please contact Nathan Silva at 510-608-1141 or nsilva@aclibrary.org

    Date Posted: June 20, 2022
  • Internship with Simply the Basics! (part time)

    PO Box 591453San Francisco, CA 94159
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for someone that is passionate about our Mission to become a member of the Simply the Basics' family! Simply the Basics host Wednedsay Evening Open House events for volunteers to come together and assembly hygiene and menstrual kits, help sort products and support inventory. We are looking for an intern to support our staff during these Wednesday evening events with the opportunity to take on further activities! The role is a wonderful opportunity to be a part of a nonprofit that is making an impact for our neighbors without homes, directly work with volunteers and other partner organizations, and learn about the business side of nonprofits. Core responsibilities include: Assisting in Volunteer Open House on Wednesday evenings from 3:15-7:00 p.m. We host activities to Pack Hygiene Kits & Sort donations Must be able to lift up to 25lbs Must be able to stand for long periods of time, up to 2 hours Additional Opportunities include: Tabling at Outreach Events: Marketing, sharing our programs, providing sign up information Administrative support on mailings, appeals, and donor database Social media/e-newsletter/blog updates ...and more items as needed! Schedule: Average of 4-5 hours per week. Open House on most Wednesday evenings from 3:15-7pm. Additional activities may have different dates and times and are optionally dependent on your availability. Start and end date is flexible (must be available for a minimum of 2 months). Must have compassion for the homeless community and a great motivation to support a new and growing nonprofit! *Please submit with Resume

    Date Posted: June 20, 2022
  • Attention Groups! Fun Volunteer Opportunity!

    3742 Grand AvenueOakland, CA 94610
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you part of a service or community group, looking for a fun and meaningful volunteer activity? Volunteering with Uhuru Furniture & Collectibles is a way to take action in defense of the human and civil rights of the Black community. Our store supports programs in the U.S. and here in Oakland that are bridging the disparities faced by the Black community in health, education and economic development. You can be part of it! We have daily and weekly volunteer opportunities available for groups or individuals. Weekdays or weekends are available. Volunteer activities for groups include: Community outreach in the form of hanging cards on doors in a neighborhood. We have been leading groups through this activity for 32 years - it is a fun, outdoor and collective activity that informs the community about the services we provide and how they can support us. And we get immediate results! Groups are given a brief training as well as snacks and all the materials needed. Business relations outreach in the form of visiting stores and giving them our cards and posters to display in their business. This is another great way that the community is informed about us - and you are the ambassador! Volunteer activities for smaller groups and individuals include: In-store sales assistance Moving, cleaning, repairing furniture Online outreach through online postings and research Taking photos of furniture for our blog and other online postings And more! Volunteering with us as an individual or group is easy! Call or email and we will set up an orientation and get you on the volunteer schedule. 510-763-3342 or apedf.volunteer@yahoo.com. We look forward to developing a relationship with your organization! For more information about us, visit apedf.org.

    Date Posted: June 19, 2022
  • Donor Development Internship

    3742 Grand AvenueOakland, CA 94610
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Uhuru Furniture and Collectibles is a 501 (c)(3) non profit that strives to bring economic independence to the black community. We are looking for an intelligent, strategic, and resourceful intern to help the organization expand its donor development outreach efforts. Responsibilities Updating the donor profile database Developing letters, fact sheets, and other informational materials for potential donors Drafting communications such as new donor mailings, appeals, and thank you letters Qualifications Excellent oral and written communication skills, Exceptional interpersonal skills Excellent research skills, writing and organizational skills Proficiency in word and excel or similar software Ability to meet deadlines and effectively multi-task The successful intern will gain real-world experience designing and implementing a donor appreciation program that includes long term stewardship as well as short term objectives. This experience would be valuable to any company who has direct donors whether in the non profit or private sectors.

    Date Posted: June 19, 2022
  • Looking for Community Hours Fast?

    3742 Grand AvenueOakland, CA 94610
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Uhuru Furniture has had successful Warehouse Sales and we are looking for people to help us clean, tag furniture, and make signs. This is a fun job for anyone looking to make fast community hours in a fun friendly environment. Shifts are every Thursday 10am - 2pm Your help will go a long way in helping us achieve our goal which is to create economic independence for the black community!

    Date Posted: June 19, 2022
  • Visit with older adults through Caring Connections

    San Rafael, CA 94903
    Fri, June 17, 2022 - Thu, September 15, 2022

    Can you visit with an isolated, lonely older adult once a week? In partnership with Vivalon, LITA reaches out to lonely older adults who are essentially homebound and are likely not see or interact with anyone for days and weeks at a time. Volunteers will visit with a Vivalon Client once a week for 20-60 minutes. LITA will match you with the resident client after providing training and ongoing support so that you feel comfortable connecting with your new friend. This volunteer opportunity has been adapted since the beginning of the Covid pandemic. Visiting by phone or video is still encouraged, but there are some circumstances that allow for visiting with the client resident outdoors. Let us know if you would like to help reduce isolation and loneliness in your community. #415-472-5482 Volunteer@litamarin.org Requirements: Two non-family references Background check for in-person visiting inside the clients home Must be over 20 years of age One hour orientation provided by LITA virtually or in-person

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Licensed Medical Professionals! Volunteer with RotaCare Richmond today!

    256 24th StreetRichmond, CA 94804
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Where: Richmond, CA (West Contra Costa County) Clinic Hours: Tuesdays, 5:00pm-8:30pm, and the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month, 5pm-8:30pm. A Women's Health Clinic is offered on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Time Commitment: at least one shift every 4-6 weeks. Who Can Be A Volunteer? If you are motivated by the opportunity to become involved in your community, then this is a great environment for you. You don't need to travel overseas to "give-back" when you can volunteer right here in your own backyard! We are looking for volunteers that are open-minded and willing to work with medically underserved communities. Each opportunity is very straightforward and provides a vital role in our clinic so that we can see patients that have no other medical care options. Training and medical malpratice insurance is provided. Medical Providers (Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician's Assistants) : To provide the highest medical standards of care; assess and thoroughly document patient diagnosis/treatments; prescribe medication (if needed); and, determine ongoing care needs. Triage Professionals (RN, MA, EMT, Paramedic, LVN, CNA) : To provide triage intake of patients (date chart, note allergies, weight & height; take blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respiration of patient). Assign patients to examination rooms. and assist Medical Providers in the examination and treatment of patients as needed. Health Management Education (RN, CDE, RD) : To provide hypertension an/or diabetic health management education to address the needs, questions, and lifestyle changes around the patients’ care coordination plan. Who Am I Helping As A Volunteer? The RotaCare Richmond Free Medical Clinic is an urgent care clinic comprised of volunteer medical professionals and non-medical community members dedicated to providing free healthcare services to UNINSURED adults with acute or chronic medical conditions. Patients come to the clinic for acute issues such as respiratory ailments (asthma, allergies), infections, ear aches, sore throats, UTIs, headaches, and the like. Additionally, patients come in for chronic conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, and thyroid conditions. The clinic’s medical services are donated by local healthcare professionals who give care without the expectation of payment. As a volunteer, you could help them continue this invaluable work that builds a healthier community and save lives. No controlled substances are prescribed. Why Should I Become A Volunteer? Volunteering with a clinic is easy and flexible, and the most rewarding experience among our volunteers is meeting the healthcare needs of patients with limited social and financial resources. Connecting with these patients from underserved and overlooked populations is one of the most positive parts of the volunteer experience at our clinic. Additionally, you can take your time with each patient ; our goal is not how many patients you can see in a shift, but rather the quality of care that we can provide. To get involved, please contact: Amit Randhawa Richmondclinic@RotaCarebayarea.org

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Connect through Music, the Great Healer!

    San Rafael, CA 94903
    Fri, June 17, 2022 - Thu, September 15, 2022

    Marin County non-profit LITA recognizes the benefits of music's 'universal language' as a way to connect individuals from all walks of life. Are you a student or an amateur musician looking to hone your skills in front of an appreciative, smaller audience? Are a you a professional musician who has some time to share your talent? Do you miss your choir days? Bridging Thru Music can provide you with opportunities to perform and socially connect with our older adult friends in their care communities bringing toe-tapping smiles and joy! Be part of this quality-of-life enhancing inter-generational program as a solo performer, part of a duo, bring in a band, small ensemble or lead a sing-a-long. Check out some of our volunteers on our Youtube channel. This a great opportunity to share your talents, and have some fun. We will provide all support and coordination. Contact Rob at rthomure@litamarin.org to get involved in this fun opportunity! https://litamarin.org/volunteer-opportunities

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Youth Musician Volunteers

    San Rafael, CA 94903
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    LITA's Bridging Thru Music volunteer program provides opportunities for young, amateur musicians to play music in Marin County care facilities and retirement communities. These opportunities provide intergenerational social connection with residents who delight in receiving visits from young people coming to their community. This helps them feel connected with the world outside their facility and helps lesson isolation and loneliness. Scheduled, coordinated and guided by LITA staff. Contact LITA's Bridging Thru Music Coordinator, Rob Thomure at rthomure@litamarin.org or #415-672-9553

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Event assistance parking

    1346 Saratoga DriveSan Mateo, CA 94403
    Fri, July 1, 2022 - Sun, July 3, 2022

    We are looking for volunteers to help us with parking flagging during event The job roles would be, -Flag cars into parking lot -Direct customers where to park their cars. -Interact with patrons and guest using excellent customer service skills. -Maintains in good working order all inventory received such as radios, signage, flags, vests, flashlights, cones, delineators, bicycles, etc. -Set parking equipment in locations in the lot as directed. Please call (650)574-3247x312

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Grant and proposals written

    San Francisco, CA 94109
    Thu, June 16, 2022 - Wed, September 14, 2022

    Food security

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Promote Resiliency in Youth! Join our Board of Directors with Financial Insight

    734 A Street, Suite 4Oakland, CASan Francisco, CASan Rafael, CA 94901
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    One Circle Foundation seeks new members of our Board of Directors. Help us help youth to belong. OCF's circle program models meet youth where they're at. Since covid-19, there is an urgent need to reach and provide healthy connections for all youth. We are a national leader in training and equipping facilitators throughout the U.S., Canada, and in locations around the world, with proven gender-responsive and relational circle programs and restorative approaches for youth and adults for 25 years. Our Board of Directors supports our mission to promote resiliency and healthy relationships for all youth and adults through circle models and approaches that connect people in authentic belonging. Board Members from across the United States. They are our trusted advisors who guide, listen, and help us to think, plan, strategize, problem-solve, envision, clarify, reflect, analyze data, adapt, utilize new technologies, stretch and grow, appreciate and celebrate! We value diversity in talents, experience and skills, perspectives, creativity, identity, gender, race, ethnicity, culture, experience, inclusion, and expansiveness. Ideally, you have expertise in finance and investment strategies, understand and can interpret our financial data and can guide the Directors, CEO and staff to best plan and apply our resources and funds in the service of our mission. Additionally, you care tremendously for the well-being of youth, believe that resiliency occurs through caring relationships and role models, speak with integrity from your own experience, and want to help further our mission and impact on children, youth, families, adults, and communities. Board Members will have the desire and capacity to meet online every other month and to bring one or more needed skills to a small, dedicated, skilled, and passionate group that aims to increase our impact on the well-being of youth and communities. Particular areas of expertise: finances, public relations. We meet across time zones but hope for another Pacific time zone director too.

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Become a NEXT Village Neighbor and support the older adults in your community (Sunset District)

    NEXT VillageSan Francisco, CA 94122
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Provide neighborly support to older adults in Northeast San Francisco and gain a deeper connection to your community. At NEXT Village, we believe in the power of community to achieve society-wide change in the way we age. Everyday, we work to build caring communities that dignify aging and honor our desire to age in the place we call home. To achieve this, we need volunteers to help with picking up groceries, provide a friendly phone call, and assist with our social events. Make new friends and expand your San Francisco connections through volunteerism with NEXT Village SF! You can choose to help in a variety of ways, such as: serve our senior members as a walking companion, help grocery shop, assist with technology issues, or make friendly check-in phone calls to brighten someone’s day. It's fun and easy to be a NEXT Village volunteer. Just go to our 'Become a Volunteer' page (https://nextvillagesf.org/become-a-volunteer/) and complete the interest form. After passing a background check, we'll get you started and connect you with your next friend! Questions? Contact: Camille Kelem Volunteer Coordinator camille@nextvillagesf.org 415-574-0156 Become a part of our NEXT Village Neighbor team and start making a difference today! We look forward to hearing from you.

    Date Posted: June 17, 2022
  • Volunteer Landscaper for Backyard Project

    60 Ocean AvenueSan Francisco, CA 94112
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Open Door Legal is an innovative nonprofit addressing poverty in real-time by building universal access to legal representation starting in San Francisco's low-income communities of color. We moved into our office in the Excelsior district of San Francisco three months before the pandemic hit our communities. The state of the backyard of the office was in disrepair and we had initially anticipated redoing it to make it more available for staff to be outside and allow for open-air meetings. However, due to the pandemic, these plans have been held off until now! We are looking for a landscaper or gardener to help make this wild outdoor space into a beautiful and peaceful open-air respite for our hard-working staff and our incredibly resilient clients. Some potential projects for this space include: Creating a plan to block direct sunlight with a pergola or something similar. Creating a plan to minimize wind Identifying new, drought-safe, non-invasive plants Creating an area for 3-4 small tables and chairs Please contact Kelsey Renz, our Volunteer Coordinator, directly (kelseyr@opendoorlegal.org) OR apply online here: https://opendoorlegal.org/volunteer/ as we do NOT collect candidates from VolunteerMatch.

    Date Posted: June 16, 2022
  • See Concerts for FREE - become an Usher

    2036 University AvenueBerkeley, CA 94704
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Ushering at The UC Theatre consists of greeting patrons, helping them with general questions, and ensuring people have the appropriate passes to sit in certain sections. We ask that volunteers arrive 20min prior to doors wearing white/light colored button up shirt and black/dark pants; then they are cut at the beginning of the headliner's set and encouraged to stick around to enjoy the show. (3hrs.) The perks are the experience of working in a world class venue, 1 drink ticket depending on your age, & 50% of food! Let us know if this sounds appealing, as we'd love to have you on the team.

    Date Posted: June 16, 2022
  • Celebrations Throughout the Year

    2501 Harrison Street U8Oakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Volunteer with California Revels! Help with the many activities we present throughout the year, work backstage on the show, or even join the chorus! The Revels are at work year 'round, spreading joy and celebration. Bringing more people into the community is at the core of what we do. We hope that you will offer your assistance in any ways that interest you. Some of the ongoing opportunities for which California Revels seeks volunteers include: keeping information up-to-date in our office; finding new opportunities and partnerships for the Revels; organizing and tracking props and other materials; working with our designers to sew costumes; acting as a Revels Ambassador by staffing booths at local street fairs and festivals; auditioning to be part of the chorus. Auditions take place in the late summer and rehearsals usually begin in October. Find out more about auditions. If you would like to be involved in any way, send an email to michele.sullivan@californiarevels.org . Please include your name, contact information, and relevant skills or interests! We look forward to meeting you!

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Are You Multilingual? Become a Sutter Hospice Volunteer on the Peninsula

    1700 S Amphlett Blvd.Suite 300San Mateo, CA 94402
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you a compassionate human? Then join us for the opportunity to become a Sutter Hospice Volunteer on the Peninsula. We serve individuals and families from S. San Francisco to Palo Alto. To become a hospice volunteer at Sutter Care at Home the greatest gift one can offer is their time, caring nature and willingness to be present. Training and ongoing support are provided to all volunteers, so experience is not required. Volunteers are trained to enhance the overall goal of meeting the physical, emotional, spiritual and practical needs of hospice patients and their families. We also welcome certified professionals who wish to provide massage/art/music therapy or Reiki and we are actively seeking Spanish, Tagalog and Arab speaking volunteers. We will provide you with an enriching, self-paced, online training program and on-going volunteer support sessions with our wonderful community of volunteers (optional)! All you need is willingness to spend 1-2 hours a week visiting a patient or two, commit to (at least) one year of volunteer service, have a caring heart and are dedicated to serving others. Volunteering can be as simple as sitting by the bedside, listening with compassion, playing music, reading a book, helping create a scrapbook, and as needed, offering support, providing relief for the family members and caregivers. Volunteers do not provide clinical or personal care, but can provide social visits to a patient, or give the caregiver a little break, or time to rest. Volunteers can be a caring companion and compassionate listener to both patients and families. Volunteers can also assist with routine tasks and errands. Our requirements: Volunteers receive 11 hours of online training and ongoing support. Volunteers work with Volunteer Program Coordinator as members of the multi-disciplinary hospice team. A monthly support meeting is provided (not required), a 12 month commitment is preferred and most volunteers do 1-2 hours of volunteer time per week. Health clearance, vaccinations and a background check are provided through Sutter Health. Our volunteers are required to receive or show verification of an annual flu shot and Tuberculin skin test or blood test, provide immunization records or titers showing immunity to MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and Varicella, show proof of TDAP (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis) and COVID-19 vaccinations, complete a drug screen and a health screening, consent to a criminal background check, and submit a copy of current driver’s license and auto insurance. Sutter will provide health screening and any necessary tests or vaccinations. A minimum of 1-2 hours of volunteering per week and a 1-2 year commitment is required. They must work closely with Volunteer Program Coordinator as members of the hospice team. Hospice volunteers get so much more than they put in! Please apply ASAP. Feel free to call Jennifer Fisher 650-454-4372 for an application.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Tech help for older adults

    3220 FULTON STSAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are a community based non-profit helping older San Franciscans to age in place with dignity. Assisting our members with their technology needs is a great way to make a difference. During the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers have been assisting members over the phone helping them to connect with Zoom, placing grocery orders online and talking them through tech issues virtually.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Distribute free and fresh produce at St. Anthony's Senior Farmer's Market!

    121 Golden Gate AvenueSan Francisco, CA 94102
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Every Thursday afternoon, the St. Anthony's Dining Room becomes a mini farmers market where seniors living in SF's Tenderloin district receive healthy, fresh, and free groceries for the week! In collaboration with the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank, the Farmer's Market gives vital nutritional security to low-income senior citizens. Volunteers assist with set-up, check-in, grocery distribution, and clean-up. To sign up now, visit www.stanthonysf.org/volunteer/sign-up-now/ or email us at volunteer@stanthonysf.org

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Process clothing donations for those who need them!

    121 Golden Gate AvenueSan Francisco, CA 94102
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    St. Anthony’s Free Clothing Program (FCP) is San Francisco’s largest free clothing program. FCP provides fresh, clean clothes, to low-income families and individuals, including those who are experiencing homelessness. St. Anthony’s Free Clothing Program serves guests through our Individual Clothing Service and Family Clothing Service. It is our goal to distribute the highest quality of clothing possible to ensure that our guests have a positive and dignified experience. We are in need of volunteer support to help us process our donated clothing for distribution. Tasks will include sorting, folding, hanging, and quality checking clothing and assisting as personal shoppers for guests. Volunteer shifts may also include creating emergency clothing kits and hygiene item kits. Shifts: Monday-Friday 8:30am-12pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 1pm-4pm Saturdays 9:30am-12:00pm, 1:15pm-4:00pm Signing up to volunteer is easy, just sign-up on our Volunteer Shifts Calendar https://www.stanthonysf.org/shifts/ or email us at volunteer@stanthonysf.org. *Please note that we require all volunteers coming on-site to be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination against photo ID at their first shift.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Wellness Program Volunteer

    San Francisco, CA 94118
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    San Francisco Village (SFV) is looking for dedicated volunteers interested in working with older adults 60+ for our Wellness Program in partnership with California Pacific Medical Center-Mission Bernal Campus, Through this partnership, SFV & CPMC are working to reduce hospital readmissions, emergency room visits and improve health outcomes for recently discharged patients. Our Wellness Program volunteers work closely with patients returning home after being discharged from the hospital. Volunteers tasks include things such as friendly visits, daily phone check-ins, occasional grocery shopping, medication pick-up, and transportation. We are looking for a special group of volunteers to extend our caring community to benefit folks who could use some extra support during an especially vulnerable time. Our Wellness Program volunteers help to bridge the gap between health care and social care. Experience and an interest in working with older adults and the healthcare system is a bonus as well as reliability and good communication skills. Please be vaccinated for Covid-19, proof of vaccination required.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Food Bank Volunteer

    140 Turk St.San Francisco, CA 94102
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Rescue Mission operates Monday - Friday, with two shifts, 10am - 12:30pm and 1:30-3:30pm Volunteers can be expected to help unload delivery trucks, organize food and assembly grocery bags in the morning. In the afternoon volunteers prepare hot dinner meals, serve residents for a sit-down meal, converse and connect with residents while they eat, and help clean the facility once dinner finishes. The Rescue Mission food bank is our most direct community program in terms of contact with Tenderloin residents and so you may come across individuals that aren't practicing correct COVID-19 protocols. City Impact follows CDC guidelines and requires our volunteers to do so as well. For First Time Volunteers pls click here to sign up! First Time Volunteer - SF City Impact For Returning Volunteers pls click here to sign up! Returning Volunteer - SF City Impact

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Can you Visit a Veteran receiving Hospice Care?

    1700 S Amphlett BlvdSuite 300San Mateo, CA 94402
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Have you or someone in your family served in the military? Are you willing to sit by the bedside of our Veteran patients, honor their service, or just be a compassionate presence? You can help them to recollect their stories, bringing meaning to the sacrifice they made to serve our country, and help them heal just by listening. No prior hospice experience is necessary. We provide you with training and ongoing support. To become a hospice volunteer at Sutter Care at Home the greatest gift one can offer is their time, caring nature and willingness to be present and just listen. Training and ongoing support are provided to all volunteers, so experience is not required. Volunteers are trained to enhance the overall goal of meeting the physical, emotional, spiritual and practical needs of hospice patients and their families. It's a great opportunity to serve while learning new skills and enhancing existing ones. Volunteers provide social visits to hospice patients living in their homes or in care facilities (volunteer visits to care facilities is suspended due to Covid-19). They can give caregivers a little break or time to rest. Volunteers can be a caring companion and compassionate listener to both patients and families. While volunteers cannot provide clinical or personal care, they may be able to assist with routine tasks and errands. Our requirements: Volunteers receive 11 hours of self-paced, online training, health clearance and a background check is done through Sutter Health. Our volunteers are required to receive or show verification of an annual flu shot and Tuberculin skin test or blood test, provide immunization records or titers showing immunity to MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and Varicella, show proof of TDAP (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis) and COVID-19 vaccinations, complete a drug screen and a health screening, consent to a criminal background check, and submit a copy of current driver’s license and auto insurance. Sutter will provide health screening and any necessary tests or vaccinations. A minimum of 1-2 hours of volunteering per week and a 1-2 year commitment is required. Volunteers work closely with Volunteer Program Coordinator as members of the multidisciplinary hospice team, attending monthly support meeting (optional) and visiting patient(s) once a week. For more information, call Jennifer Fisher (650)454-4372. Thank you!

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Become a Compassionate Volunteer in Alameda County

    1025 Atlantice Ave #100AlamedaAlameda, CA 94501
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    To become a hospice volunteer at Sutter Care at Home the greatest gift one can offer is their time, caring nature and willingness to be present. Training and ongoing support are provided to all volunteers, so experience is not required. Volunteers are trained to enhance the overall goal of meeting the emotional, spiritual and practical needs of hospice patients and their families. It's a great opportunity to serve while learning new skills and enhancing existing ones. Volunteers may stay with the patient to give the caregiver some time away or time to rest and they can be a caring companion and compassionate listener to both patients and families. While volunteers cannot provide clinical or personal care, they may be able to assist with routine tasks and errands. Our requirements: Volunteers receive 24 hours of self-paced, online training, plus ongoing training and support, health clearance and a background check through Sutter Health. Our volunteers are required to receive or show verification of an annual flu shot and Tuberculin skin test or blood test, provide immunization records or titers showing immunity to MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and Varicella, show proof of TDAP (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis) and COVID-19 vaccinations, complete a drug screen and a health screening, consent to a criminal background check, and submit a copy of current driver’s license and auto insurance. Sutter will provide health screening and any necessary tests or vaccinations. A minimum of 1-2 hours of volunteering per week and a 1-2 year commitment is required. Volunteers work closely with Volunteer Program Coordinator as members of the hospice team, attending monthly support meetings (not mandatory) and visiting patients once a week. For more information on application and upcoming training, please contact: Jorge DePaz 510-708-8397

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Volunteer inside an historic house museum

    1440 29th AvenueOakland, CA 94601
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    During Covid times we are not regularly open but are able to meet one on one and get to know each other. It is possible we will open the house with a specific schedule and limited numbers of people to work on the cataloging. It is a very large house and it is easy to stay safe. We need help cataloging our collections. We have textiles, art, books, furniture, historic documents and more that we are entering into our database. We are a small non profit and need grant writing and help with historic papers and organization.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Rides for Seniors. Help Seniors get the Covid Vaccine

    Contra CostaMobility Matters (training site)1035a Carol LaneLafayette, CA 94549
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Rides for Seniors and Veterans programs is looking for caring, mature individuals between the ages of 25-75 who are willing to provide one-on-one transportation in their own private car to an ambulatory senior who can no longer drive. These rides are primarily for basic necessities such as medical care, Covid-19 vaccine shots, dental and grocery shopping trips. Come join our team and find out what a difference you can make in another person's life. It will change their life, and it will most certainly change yours! #VaccinateAll58

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Health Hubs - San Rafael

    3110 Kerner BoulevardSan Rafael, CA 94901
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Marin Community Clinics Health Hubs Building Connections through healthy food choices Marin Community Clinics is seeking volunteers at our Health Hub food pantries. Most of our patients are low income families with socioeconomic and social stress. It is our priority to provide a safe, friendly, and culturally sensitive environment. Health Hubs is an outdoor, community based, multicultural, and multilingual program that connects and engages more than 1000 people every week. Health Hubs provides access to healthy food and community resources that support the health and well-being of the community, regardless of race, age, income or place of residence. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis Health Hubs is following the CDC guidelines. Our goal is to strike a balance between keeping the community safe while also performing an essential service and getting food to those in need though our drive thru and walk up food pantry distribution. We reevaluate safety protocols daily. We maintain safe practices, reducing the risk of virus transmission by cleaning, practicing social distancing, and wearing facemasks. The Health Hub Volunteer shift starts: Wednesday at Marin Community Clinic (3110 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael): 11:30am - 3:30pm Thursdays at Marin Community Clinic (6100 Redwood Blvd, Novato): 11:30am - 3:30pm Please note: Health Hub takes place outdoors, most often on the sidewalk or in a parking lot. Volunteer service will include, but is not limited to, unloading and sorting food supplies, packaging and organizing food bags, distributing and recording food to the community, monitoring pedestrian and vehicle traffic, as well as site set up and clean up. What to bring: To further protect the health of volunteers and participants we are asking volunteers to bring: Mask/facial covering (one-way valve masks are not acceptable) Wear closed toe shoes We will be outside, wear comfortable clothing (we recommend layers, a hat, and sunscreen due to the ever-changing weather conditions) Be aware there will not be a place to store personal belongings, please do not bring valuables Please bring a secure lidded water bottle and a snack Volunteers must wear gloves at all times (provided by the Health Hub program at MCC) We ask that any volunteer who does not feel well refrain from attending their volunteer shift Volunteers should be able to lift 30 to 40 pounds Length Health Hubs of food distribution is dependent on attendance - We currently provide food assistance to more than 1,000 people every week, but we do not know how many participants will arrive weekly or if they will all arrive early/late. We thank you for your flexibility as we meet this emergent need. We need your support for this essential program! Contact Information Florencia Parada 415-755-2558 florenciaparada@marinclinics.org Connect Online Website http://www.marinclinic.org/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/marinclinics Facebook Health Hubs group https://www.facebook.com/Marin-Community-Clinics-Health-Hubs-656644728007729

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Meals on Wheels Delivering

    2301 Rumrill BoulevardSan Pablo, CA 94806
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Meals on Wheels, West Contra Costa County delivers nutritious meals to seniors to support their health and to help them continue living in the comfort of their own home. Volunteers make Contactless meal deliveries to clients who are 60 years of age and above, homebound, and unable to prepare meals for themselves and have no one available to do so. We work around your schedule for a minimum of 2 hours a week. You will receive a Ride-Along Tour to see how deliveries are made and ask questions. We provide training and ongoing support. We serve clients living in Crockett, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Hercules, Kensington, North Richmond, Pinole, Point Richmond, Port Costa, Richmond, Rodeo, and San Pablo. Meals on Wheels, West Contra Costa Region 2301 Rumrill Boulevard San Pablo, California 94806 510-412-0166 Follow us on Twitter: @MOWWestCC Apply on our website: www.wccmow.com

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Make a Difference by Volunteering as a Sexual Assault Counselor!

    1860 El Camino RealSuite 406BurlingameBurlingame, CA 94010
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Looking for a meaningful experience and a way to give back? Become a CA State Certified Sexual Assault Counselor (SAC) and support individuals impacted by sexual violence. We welcome people ages 18+ with all levels of life experience who are passionate about helping others heal from sexual violence. No prior experience is necessary. Rape Trauma Services (RTS), is San Mateo County's only rape crisis center. We support our survivor community with volunteers like you! Volunteers must reside in or near San Mateo County, CA and complete a comprehensive training through RTS. Next training will be in Summer 2022, May 31st to July 23rd. After the Summer session, we will have our Fall session, dates are TBD. After completing our training, volunteer Sexual Assault Counselors commit to 52 shifts/~one year of service (a 6-12 hour shift per week), which includes: taking calls on the RTS crisis line meeting with survivors to provide support and advocacy post assault and when reporting (dependent on county guidelines regarding COVID) engaging in community outreach Volunteers receive on-going support, mentoring and education/training. This is a great opportunity to give back to your community while learning new skills! Read about some of our volunteers' experiences: https:// greatnonprofits.org/reviews/ rape-trauma-services/role:1 Please visit our website to register to attend an Info Session and/or to complete an application: https://www.rapetraumaservices.org/how-to-help/volunteer/becoming-a-sac.html If you have questions, email volunteer@rapetraumaservices.org We will reach out to you to schedule an interview once your application is received. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Can you Drive? Do you want to help your Neighbors? #VaccinateAll58

    1035 A Carol LaneLafayetteLafayette, CA 94549
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you interested in grocery shopping or taking a disabled Senior or Veteran to a medical appointment or to their Covid Vaccine? Can you spare a few hours every other week? You will be able to make your own schedule. If so, this volunteer opportunity is perfect for you! Our volunteers take people to medical appointment and we grocery shop for individuals who are disabled seniors and veterans who are living in their own homes. Mobility Matters is a nonprofit organization based in Contra Costa County. "A very rewarding and enriching experience. A positive feeling of making a difference in someone else's life." #VaccinateAll58

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • General San Francisco Village Volunteer

    3220 Fulton St.San Francisco, CA 94118
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Position: General Volunteer Reports to: Member and Volunteer Coordinator Location: Varies; special event, office, member's homes, virtually by phone or online. Description: San Francisco Village is an inter-generational community that dignifies aging. We connect our members to the resources and meaningful relationships they need to thrive in the city they love. Many of them have lived in San Francisco more than 50 years and have stories to tell!! San Francisco Village Volunteers provide companionship, assist with errands and work one-on-one with members to help them stay independent and in charge of their lives. Volunteers may be asked to help with organizing papers or collections, weed the garden, update a computer or accompany a member to the grocery store. Many successful volunteer matches include technology support, like teaching an older person how to use a smart phone; coffee and conversation; and simple chores that they simply can’t achieve on their own any more. During COVID-19: SFV volunteers continue to engage with our members and we have shifted to opportunities that allow volunteers to assist with technology by phone and connect with members by phone as friendly callers. One of the greatest needs we presently have is for volunteers to go grocery shopping for members. Social distancing guidelines provided as part of training. Qualifications: San Francisco Village requires volunteers to complete a two-hour training and they must pass a background check. During COVID-19 pandemic, volunteer training takes place online via Zoom. Responsibilities and Duties: Varied; grocery shopping, driving to doctor's appointments, companionship, event help. Note: This is an ongoing opportunity so we will be recruiting volunteers on a continual basis

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Seeking new board members

    San Francisco, CA 94127
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Art With Elders (AWE) uses the power of art, creativity, and community to enrich the journey of aging. Art With Elders engages older adults in senior residential communities, senior centers, and living independently in weekly fine art classes with a view to exhibiting their work. We serve about 450 seniors in 40 venues in across eight counties annually. We are seeking hard-working, committed board members who can help us raise our profile in the Bay Area's corporate and foundation world. Responsibilities include: Making an annual financial contribution; attending meetings and events; serving as an ambassador for the organization with contacts in the corporate, foundation, local government, social service and media. Meetings are both remote and in person, based on the current Bay Area Covid safety protocols.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Garden Creation and Maintenance at Historic House

    1440 29th AvenueOakland, CA 94601
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Our 136 year old garden is now being turned into a teaching garden for local schools in our Fruitvale neighborhood. We are creating permaculture beds that will last for years. It is a lovely 1/2 acre garden in the middle of the city. A lovely place to hang out, get dirt under your fingernails and meet people while you help create our garden We are creating new beds, planting old ones, weeding, planting fruit trees, working on irrigation. Come with your family, service group, friends or by yourself ! We work the 1st Saturday and 4th Sunday of every month from 10-2 We provide snacks and drinks. Let us know you are coming !

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Health Literacy and Library Services Volunteer

    ZSFG Library1001 Potrero Ave.Bldg. 30San Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    IMPORTANT! Due to the COVID-19 situation, the ZSFG Library is formally closed for the foreseeable future; volunteers are not needed at the present time. We encourage all interested volunteers to review other opportunities in the meantime, and look forward to seeing you in the future! We will update this page when we know more about when we reopen and when volunteer services will start again at ZSFG. -- The ZSFG Library at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in San Francisco needs volunteers to help at the library itself as well as spreading the word about online health literacy resources! We are especially looking for volunteers who can assist us directly at the library in the late mornings into early afternoons Mondays through Fridays. This would involve some desk work as well as general assistance as needed. We don't need a full commitment for every day of the week, but the more, the better! Volunteers would also work with patients directly at the ZSFG hospital to help them learn about resources like MedlinePlus, supported by the National Library of Medicine, as well as an introduction to Epic/MyChart, the patient portal setup used by the San Francisco Health Network at ZSFG as well as the city/county clinics. Volunteers would also be able to assist in informing patients about the library in turn, including our ZSFG Reads program, which allows patients and members of the public to check out from our collection of general fiction and nonfiction reading, as well as our Consumer Health collection. Shifts are available in the mornings and afternoons, Mondays through Fridays. We are closed on weeknights and weekends. We are especially interested in volunteers who may also speak one or more of our key language groups we serve at ZSFG: Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese or Russian. This is not a requirement. Volunteers interested in further experience in the medical field would also get the opportunity to shadow nurses and physicians elsewhere in the hospital. Thank you for your interest! We look forward to hearing from you.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Get Closer To The Music!

    Old First ConcertsOld First Presbyterian Church1751 Sacramento StreetSan Francisco, CA 94109
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Old First Concerts has been presenting classical, jazz and world music concerts within the sanctuary of San Francisco's historic Old First Presbyterian Church since 1970, primarily showcasing local, emerging and mid-career professional musicians in a variety of innovative programs. Please visit our YouTube channel for more insight --- https://www.youtube.com/OldFirstConcerts Volunteering at O1C offers an outstanding opportunity for students, seniors, or anyone with an appreciation of music! Old First presents concerts each and every month with performances held on Friday nights (from 8:00pm to 9:30pm) and Sunday afternoons (from 4:00pm to 5:30pm), along with the occasional Saturday night performance (also from 8:00pm to 9:30pm). Due to the ongoing pandemic, O1C is currently offering only 3-4 concerts per month, but our schedule will increase as patrons slowly return. O1C volunteers are asked to arrive 60 minutes before showtime in order to assist with preparing the venue and assembling the program guides. Once the doors have opened to the public, your duties will include distributing programs, directing patrons and offering assistance to patrons, along with simple box office responsibilities which includes verifying the COVID vaccination status of all who attend. These responsibilities are equally shared among all volunteer staff members. Once the bulk of patrons have arrived and the concert is comfortably underway, O1C volunteers are then able to attend and enjoy the performance for themselves! At the conclusion of each event, volunteers will be asked to scout the venue for any personal items that may have been left behind and submit them to Lost & Found, collect and recycle all discarded programs, and in general, return the sanctuary to its original state. Your time commitment for each concert will run approximately 2 and a half hours. There is no regular commitment required. We try our best to accommodate your busy life by making scheduling as flexible as possible, allowing you select when and how often you're available to assist --- however, we're especially in need of helping hands for our Friday and Saturday night performances. As of now, we no longer need additional help for our Sunday performances. If this opportunity sounds appealing to you, then please contact us with your expression of interest! *All performers and patrons are vetted for COVID-19 vaccination status before entering the concert hall. Mask wearing and social distancing is enforced for all attendees.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • BT5K Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5K Walk & Run: San Francisco

    Golden Gate Park BandshellJohn F. Kennedy Drive & Hagiwara Tea Garden DriveSan Francisco, CA 94118
    Sun, November 6, 2022 06:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    We're looking for enthusiastic, driven individuals aged 16 and older to help make our BT5K Breakthrough for Brain Tumors event a huge success. Lend a hand out on the course, at the event site, with pre- or post-event activities, as part of the planning committee, or in one of many other ways. And don't worry... ABTA staff will be with you all the way through training and event day guidance.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Volunteer Drivers needed to connect with Seniors and Veterans

    Contra Costa County, CAMobility Matters (training site)1035a Carol LaneLafayette, CA 94549
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Mobility Matters provides mobility management services throughout Contra Costa County by matching riders to transportation providers that meet their individual needs. Mobility Matters operates a trained volunteer driver program that provides free, one-on-one, door-through-door rides for seniors and disabled veterans who cannot access other forms of transportation. Our overall goal is to see that the programs and services we offer contribute to our clients’ primary goal, which is to age in their own homes with the support they need. We are significantly increasing our clients’ opportunities for healthy aging by providing our services to them, especially escorted rides to obtain the clinical care they need, as well as the basic necessities of life. As a result, our clients experience improved health status through access to preventative health care, medical, mental health, dental appointments, surgery, prescribed medications, and proper nutrition along with exercise. For more information find us at www.mobilitymatterscc.com or call us at (925)284-2215.

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Summer School Aide: City Kids Space Day Camp

    230 Jones StSan Francisco, CA 94102
    Mon, June 6, 2022 - Fri, July 8, 2022

    Volunteers can serve as Program assistants from June 6 - July 8th Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm. Ages are 5-13 years old. We are looking for volunteers who have worked with kids before or enjoy serving around kids related activities. Our theme this summer is: Space! As a volunteer you'll be helping with reading, outdoor activities, serving food, arts and crafts, and more. On Friday's we go on field trips, and those days may go longer, and you will have to pay for your own tickets if we go to any museums. You can come help out once a week or more days, however we cannot take any volunteers who don't come consistently. Volunteers with City Kids must complete a Live Scan

    Date Posted: June 15, 2022
  • Non-profit Fundraiser Expert

    5316 Telegraph AvenueOakland, CA 94609
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    On August 26th, 27th & 28th the premiere screening of Rhythms of the Land will take place in California. Rhythms of the Land is a documentary by Dr. Gail Myers an anthropologist and the co-founder of Farms to Grow, Inc. The documentary is a love story of land and family. During the summer of 2012, Dr. Myers toured 10 southern states -- Texas, Arkansas, South Carolina, North Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida -- interviewing over 30 farmers, sharecroppers, and gardeners and a 5th generation coil basket weaver. Several of these interviews are with elders, 98, 92, and 109. Suffice it to say, the wisdom and personalities of the elders' farmers are infectious. Hearing their stories will honor these US farmers, sharecroppers, and gardeners, preserve their stories and agrarian legacies. WHERE WE NEED YOUR HELP! The documentary has been in post-production for 17 months, in August we are going on a 12-city tour. We need assistance securing sponsorship procurement, in kind donations and event space. This is a tall order are you up for the challenge? I look forward to hearing from you. US Citizens ONLY!!! Elaine www.rhythmsoftheland.com www.farmstogrow.com

    Date Posted: June 14, 2022
  • Provide a Meal for the Homeless Shelter

    27287 Patrick AvenueHayward, CA 94544
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    South Hayward Parish Homeless Shelter provides breakfast, lunch and dinner to guests every day of the week. Breakfast: Please deliver a "grab and go" style breakfast for 20 people by 6:00 AM to the kitchen. Expenses are reimbursed up to $75 with a valid receipt. Donations are greatly appreciated. Lunch: Please deliver a donated, "grab and go" or "brown bag" style lunch for 30 people Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 1:00pm. No reimbursement available. Donations are greatly appreciated. Dinner: Please deliver a warmed, ready-to-serve dinner for 35 people by 6:30 pm. Alternately, you may deliver a "heat and serve" style meal by 5:30pm. Expenses are reimbursed up to $150 with a valid receipt. Donations are greatly appreciated. Questions? Contact: meals@firstpreshayward.com.

    Date Posted: June 13, 2022
  • Join The Fun & Help Support Seniors During COVID-19

    with J-Sei
    1285 66th StEmeryvilleEmeryville, CA 94608
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    URGENT: Volunteer delivery drivers & kitchen help needed to distribute meals to seniors in our community. Delivery routes & kitchen shifts take just 2-3 hrs in the morning/afternoon. Lunches are distributed in Richmond, El Cerrito, Albany, Berkeley, Oakland, Hayward, and San Leandro using contact-free delivery procedures. If you are not in an elevated risk group for COVID-19 and are available a few hours a month we want to hear from you. ABOUT US Ever wanted to work in a kitchen or learn more about Japanese food? Would you like to deliver nourishing lunches to people who can't shop or cook for themselves anymore? Maybe you are a sociable person who would enjoy visiting or calling a senior weekly. J-Sei is a longstanding nonprofit that offers many rewarding volunteer opportunities. You can be involved periodically or on a consistent ongoing basis. You can bring a smile to seniors by preparing hot lunches, delivering meals to seniors, providing weekly visits to at a senior's home or calling a senior. You will help an older adult stay healthier and happier! We also have office work related to mailings or data entry. Assistance with event planning is appreciated too. Our volunteers and staff are fun and upbeat - we welcome you to join us!

    Date Posted: June 13, 2022
  • Help reduce feelings of loneliness among older adults, volunteer as a Friendly Visitor

    Alameda, CA 94501
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Now more than ever we are looking for creative social connections. Social Call provides opportunities for social engagement by matching volunteers and adults 60+ for weekly one-on-one visits by phone or video conference. Visits usually last 30-45 minutes. Social Call friendships are based on the idea that the volunteer and participant both have much to give to one another, ensuring a reciprocal bond. We encourage volunteers to embrace the experience and stories that come with aging as it's sure to give you a unique perspective! You'll receive training and ongoing support from Social Call staff. We ask that volunteers commit to their match for at least six months though longer commitments are encouraged and welcomed. For more information contact Karen Miller at kmmiller@frontporch.net. Social Call is a Front Porch Community Services program​. There is no cost to volunteer or participate.

    Date Posted: June 13, 2022