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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 (217,912 volunteers needed)

  • International Outreach for Ventilator Charity

    with ArdenVent

    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 developed a remote Ventilator which will soon be ready for in-field testing. While we are working on implementing automation features and patient monitoring sensors we need to identify the places where our equipment will be needed. Description: We need Volunteers who can help us reach out to Clinics around the world to find some who would be willing to cooperate with us in regards to testing, requirements, priority setting and development. We also need to promote pre-orders to identify which countries have the greatest need so that the compliance researchers can focus on these places and ensure that our equipment will be allowed. Tasks: Identify potential clinics call or email clinics to discuss potential opportunities establish relationships and networks to further clinics and organizations Training and/or experience required: Experience with cold calling Mature and goal-driven Ability to understand and explain the medical/technical core concepts of the equipment Ideally sales background Ideally had clinical relationships before. Ideally fluent in one or more of the following languages Spanish Portuguese Hindi Russian If you feel you have the knowledge and skills necessary to assist with this position and you are interested in volunteering with us, please apply directly through our organization here: https://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=11&request=100

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Lead a Social Impact Project in Your City (Virtual)

    ~Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with a deadline of September 26th, 2021~ Learn more and apply here: https://ycore.org/apply YCore is a social impact fellowship for young professionals. Impact your community, gain hands-on nonprofit experience, expand your network and build your impact toolbox-all outside of work. How it works: - Nonprofit experience: build capacity for a local nonprofit in teams of five - Workshops: gain exposure to the social sector while learning skills like design thinking and fundraising - Community: join a community of like-minded change-makers and friends

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • 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: September 23, 2021
  • legal consultant for international COVID-19 ventilator charity

    with ArdenVent

    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 set up a trust in New Zealand for this purpose as the organization founder resides in New Zealand. The Trust is set up to provide limited liability to the trustees and volunteers where all parties are acting under New Zealand's "all care, no responsibility" policy. This includes the volunteer for this position. Description: In the future when we have sufficient funds to build large amounts of ventilators we will be able to pay a legal expert to ensure legal protection but in the meantime, there are certain topics that need to be considered right away so that we can stay operational. The review of preliminary documents and draft of new agreements will help to protect the more than 50 volunteers that are currently working on this mission and willspeed up the process for a future full-time lawyer Tasks: review of our Non-disclosure agreement to protect the interest of the volunteers, the trustees and the trust. managing risk in relation to our equipment and volunteer medical professionals review of our fund management policies drafting end-user agreements for use of our equipment, data usage and other eventual online services. Training and/or experience required: The applicant for this position is required to have a legal qualification/experience in dealing with one or ideally multiple of the following topics medic-o-legal matters volunteer staff international law contract law limiting liability Experience with New Zealand Law or nonprofits is considered a big advantage but not strictly necessary If you feel you have the knowledge and skills necessary to assist with this position and you are interested in volunteering with us, please apply directly through our organization here: https://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=11&request=100

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Medical Compliance Manager for remote pandemic ventilator

    with ArdenVent

    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. This is a great opportunity for somebody who wants to work with a dedicated team of engineers and providers to create groundbreaking technology. You have the opportunity to directly impact the quality and safety of this technology by following mostly simple (but long) instructions from regulatory bodies such as the FDA. You will get the chance to become highly qualified in the design and development process of medical devices which can be directly applied to the process in any other industry except for the much greater clarity to be gained in this field. For any engineer, experience with this level of process control and coordination is a highly valuable experience for your CV. Status report: We are finishing off some design elements of the mechanical parts of our system and finalizing the first iteration of our software. We have made a reasonable start with documenting our design and implementing the required document, quality and design control for medical approval and acquired tools that will support and automate the process. However, a lot still needs to be done Description: Since we plan to operate internationally we need a solid understanding of the most common medical regulations. Although the first iteration of the device should be considered a first-aid emergency device we are specifying it's functionalities for much more than that and ultimately in a future iteration would like to achieve ICU approval. Furthermore, there are not only mechanical safety regulations but we also must consider biometric data acquisition, data security, data privacy and software architecture regulations. As a result of this opportunity the equipment will be accepted much more readily among clinicians but we will also receive significantly more funding which will directly lead to many more lives protected. Tasks: assemble and lead a small team of volunteers to support you in the remaining tasks research regulatory aspects in our initial target countries but also from the FDA communicate the requirements with the developers create documentation in conjunction with the developers to be handed to regulatory institutions Approve and Quality Control documents handed to regulatory institutions Training and/or experience required: 5+ years of work experience Experience with industrial design control or medical regulatory compliance ideally with the FDA Ability to perceive technical details International viewpoint and ability to research foreign compliance regulations. Management and Leadership experience Good Communication skills If you feel you have the knowledge and skills necessary to assist with this position and you are interested in volunteering with us, please apply directly through our organization here: https://jira.ardenmed.com/plugins/servlet/loginfreeRedirMain?portalid=11&request=100

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Earn community service hours - in person or virtually!

    We are seeking volunteers of all ages to help us raise money to fulfill our mission. We work with volunteers on independently setting up online fundraisers, contacting potential donors, and generating awareness of our organization through personal contact and via social media. Generous community service hours are offered in return for your time and assistance. Contact us to find out how you can start today!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Phone calls - voicemail checker

    We need evening help checking voicemail and calling back delivery clients to confirm grocery delivery. South Wedge Food Program responded to the Covid-19 pandemic by offering a delivery option for clients who are homebound. Callers play an important role in the pantry by confirming the clients will get their food and drivers are delivering to the proper address. We need immediate help Friday nights and occasional help most other nights.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Assistant Membership Manager

    This position will involve a twice-monthly email contact of members to make them aware that their memberships are due for renewal and a second follow-up reminder later in the same month. It may also involve contacting expired membership holders to seek renewal. Attention to detail is critical and a willingness to have good customer service skills and a polite demeanor is very important.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Virtual: Help children displaced from school by Covid-19 as a Community Outreach Lead

    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 in 2020, we launched this incredible smartphone app in the App Store and on Google Play, 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, 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 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: September 23, 2021
  • Virtual: Help Solve the Literacy Crisis by donating your artwork or your child's artwork

    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 by COVID-19, to help close the opportunity gap in America, by closing the education gap, by closing the literacy gap that keeps growing. More than 20 million children in America's schools can't read! But all of that is about to change. #TheFUNetixLiteracyProject is a coordinated nationwide project to teach every child in America how to read by the end of third grade. The #Art4LiteracyProject, in conjunction with the FUNetix Literacy Project, is looking for a few very special people, talented high school, middle school and elementary school artists who are willing to donate their art to literacy . Together we are the American Youth Literacy Foundation, and we have been teaching children how to read for 12 years using a patented curriculum, now available as an app in the App Store and Google Play. We just launched this amazing and wonderful smartphone app, called the FUNetix 12 Hour Reading App, on January 5th, 2021 and November 11th 2020 respectively, to help save millions of children from a lifetime of illiteracy! The app literally teaches children how to read in 12 hours! Our organization is an "all volunteer," mission-centric, extended virtual network, comprised of more than seventy, highly skilled and experienced individuals from around the country (and a few from around the world) who collaborate through cloud-based technology and platforms. The app consists of more than 2,000 screens, each individually narrated to simulate a true one-on-one tutoring experience, which has been the hallmark of the American Youth Literacy Foundation for 12 years. We are looking for talented artists willing to donate one or more pieces of artwork (digital copies only, no originals) that we might use to create community oriented printable pdf flyers and merchandise like T-shirts, Water Bottles and Coffee Mugs which will be available in our new FUNetix Store. FUNetix is life changing; and unlike so many other discussions, conversations, policies, programs and protocols, FUNetix will make a profound impact on millions of individual lives, while also profoundly effecting major social improvement on a massive scale, to bring about real, sustainable change in underprivileged and fully privileged communities and classrooms alike, wherever illiteracy and poor literacy looms. Literacy as a path to education and opportunity for millions of American children, and potentially billions of children worldwide, is imminently near. Our simple mission is to ensure that every child learns how to read in first, second or third grade. If you want to see your artwork in print, please donate colorful, happy, beautiful, interesting and non-offensive artwork today! We can't use every piece of artwork that we receive. Some we will turn into downloadable pdf's with information about where you can download the FUNetix app. Other pieces we will brand with the FUNetix logo and place on items in our store. Still others we will place on our Art4Literacy Pinterest pages with a link from and to our website. Send us a high resolution photo of your artwork or a copy of your digital artwork and we will add it to our ever growing library of amazing student art. Thank you! We hope this opportunity finds you at the right place and the right time to share a small piece of yourself and your talent, in order to make a difference and an impact, to add value, in an amazing way, to help 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. Join #TheFUNetixLiteracyProject! We look forward to seeing your artwork. Email files to Art4Literacy@YouthLit.org Important: Please include your age and grade! Optional, please include your first name and last initial if you want recognition. (You may also include your last name but that is also optional.) Artwork can be anything that you've already created that's colorful, pretty, interesting, etc., or something new and specifically oriented around reading. Finally, feel free to prominently sign your work! Thank you again!!! Mr. R. Kali Woodward Founding, Executive Director American Youth Literacy Foundation

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • JOGL is looking for Ruby/React developers to change the world!

    You will be helping us with the web development team to design, develop, and release new features; complete maintenance tasks; and modify the existing code of the JOGL platform. The frontend uses: ReactJS, NextJS, Typescript, and Sass The backend stack is built on Ruby on Rails, and some of the tech it uses includes: Algolia, AmazonS3, GraphQL, Elastic Search. Experience or familiarity with any of the technologies listed is nice, but not required. Apply anyways! The code is fully open source and on Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/JOGL/JOGL You can also help us on our special Covid19 program: https://app.jogl.io/program/opencovid19

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Social Media Manager

    Job brief As a Social Media Manager, you will lead a marketing team and oversee an organization's social media activities. You will be responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and monitoring FJWL’s Social Media strategy. Social media manager should have a solid understanding of how each social media channel works and how to optimize content so that it is engaging on those channels. You are responsible for joining relevant conversations on behalf of the brand and "soft selling" the product by providing support to current and prospective customers. Responsibilities * Oversee Social Media Marketing department * Curate & design a minimum of 3-5 posts a week on social media platforms * Help to grow FJWL's social media presence and engage with our current followers * Collaborate with Executive Board to manage reputation, identify key players and coordinate actions * Evaluating and developing our marketing strategy and marketing plan * Planning, directing, and coordinating marketing efforts. * Develop communication across all organization platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and other potential marketing platforms that come up * Understanding how the targeted audience work * Proofread all the marketing materials before sending them out * Support the communications team to make sure all processes and guidelines are being followed. * Overseeing social media marketing strategy and content marketing. * Send all marketing materials to the Executive director for approval. * Delegate all social media aspects to the social media specialists and ensure all is done in a timely manner. Requirements * Ability to present concepts in new ways and from a new perspective * Prove knowledge of new marketing language * Previous social media managers are encouraged to apply * Proven experience in social media * Excellent consulting, writing, editing (photo/video/text), presentation and communication skills * Demonstrable social networking experience * Knowledge of online marketing and good understanding of major marketing channels * Positive attitude, detail and customer oriented with good organizational ability * Fluency in English * Coursework or interest in Communications, Marketing, or Business

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Development-Volunteer Grant Writer

    The Grant Writer will be responsible for identifying grant opportunities, managing the grant development and proposal process, and collaborating with the Museum Manager, Board President, and Hearth Room Manager. Candidates must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, a professional and resourceful demeanor, the ability to work both independently and as a team player, and a desire to take initiative and manage numerous projects simultaneously. DESIRED SKILLS or RESPONSIBILITIES  Experience in or a desire to build experience in obtaining grants from non-profits, charities, and other philanthropic organizations  Excellent verbal and written communication skills required  Ability to manage rejection and overcome common proposal objections  Strong interpersonal and presentation skills required  Experience with sourcing opportunities, cold-calling, contact development, and business relationship management  Detail-oriented, adaptable, organized, and the ability to successfully manage multiple projects and tasks  Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office, Google Workplace Duties & Responsibilities  Research and identify grant opportunities based on funding amount needed, location, and organization project  Track and create a calendar of grant opportunities - including deadline dates, required materials, etc  Complete and submit grant applications to secure funding  Successfully understand and communicate the mission of the Webster Groves Historical Society applying for the grant  Maintain chart of grant applications: including grants applied to, the status of applications, grant deadline  Communicate with foundations, if needed, to confirm an organization is applicable to apply for funding  Identify all requirements of grant to ensure all necessary attachments are submitted on time

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Help a small business designing a logo!

    COVID-19 has impacted many small businesses. Having a strong brand identity including a logo is essential for them to better attract customers and drive sales during this challenging time. However, many entrepreneurs don’t have the budget, time or skills needed to design a logo that reflects their brand identity. That’s where you come in! Our logo design project is the perfect opportunity if you are looking to volunteer your time and talent and help an entrepreneur designing a logo for their business. Are you a good fit? This virtual volunteer opportunity is for you if you have at least 3 years of professional experience in logo design and are located in the United States. What will you be doing? Once approved as a volunteer, you will access the list of logo design projects currently available and will be able to filter by business location (e.g. New York, Bay area) and industry. You will then connect one-on-one with an entrepreneur and assist them in designing a logo for their business. What is the time commitment? The project typically lasts between 30 and 45 days, depending on your availability. This includes some preparation and design time (flexible to your schedule) and interactions with the entrepreneur (via email, phone or video conferencing). This is a limited-scope opportunity with a clear deliverable at the end of the project. Do we provide resources to get started? We provide information about the entrepreneur’s business and website needs, and, If available, a design brief from the entrepreneur with input on their brand colors, fonts, and other relevant information about their business. Ready to volunteer and support small businesses? Join our awesome community of volunteers by completing and submitting your application here: https://www.startsmallthinkbig.org/volunteer (select "Marketing & Sales program"). We welcome multilingual volunteers, particularly those able to support Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs. For more information or questions, email us at: volunteer@startsmallthinkbig.org!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Graphic Designer - Protecting Kids Online!

    with DEFEND

    We are DEFEND. A 100% volunteer-run international nonprofit organization aimed at reducing risk for children and vulnerable persons online. We're building a new social media site, developing a fictional radio drama podcast, undertaking several events/fundraisers & more! All of our teams need graphic support for our socials, learning materials & other projects. We are looking for dedicated graphic designers who will work in our Education, Advocacy, Marketing and Social teams. Please EMAIL US from our website www.HelpUsDefend.com to arrange for sending your resume and an initial interview on Zoom!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Mentor - Life Skills Coach

    The mentor strives to be the student's friend, role model, motivator and personal advocate. The mentor's purpose is to build self-esteem, confidence and self-worth, supplementing the work of parents, teachers, counselors and other social and educational professionals. The mentor will be assigned to a young person or group and will be responsible for meeting with the mentee for one hour per week at the center during center hours. A minimum one school-year commitment is requested. The mentor will serve as an example/role model to demonstrate that adults can give and should receive respect. Self-realization and improved self-esteem for the young person are important goals of the relationship. It should be emphasized that the volunteer in no way replaces the parent

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Experienced in website design? Share your skills to support small businesses

    COVID-19 has impacted many small businesses. Having a website is essential for them to survive but also sustain a longer-term delivery or e-commerce-based model. However, many entrepreneurs don’t have the budget, time or skills needed to design a simple website for their business. That’s where you come in! Our website design project is the perfect opportunity if you are looking to volunteer your time and talent and help an entrepreneur building a simple website (or improving their current one). Are you a good fit? This virtual volunteer opportunity is for you if you have at least 3 years of professional experience in website design and familiarity with some popular platforms such as Squarespace, Wix, Shopify, Wordpress and GoDaddy. Volunteers must be located in the United States. What will you be doing? Once approved as a volunteer, you will access the list of website design projects currently available and will be able to filter by business location (e.g. New York, Bay area) and industry. You will then connect one-on-one with an entrepreneur and assist them in creating or improving their website. What is the time commitment? This project can typically last between 30-45 days, depending on your availability. This includes some preparation and design time (flexible to your schedule) and interactions with the entrepreneur (via email, phone or video conferencing). This is a limited-scope opportunity with a clear deliverable at the end of the project. Do you provide resources to get started? We provide information about the entrepreneur’s business and website needs, and, if available, a design brief from the entrepreneur with input on their brand colors, fonts, requested functionality and other relevant information about their business. Ready to volunteer and support small businesses? Join our awesome community of volunteers by completing and submitting your application here: https://www.startsmallthinkbig.org/volunteer (select "Marketing & Sales Program"). We welcome multilingual volunteers, particularly those able to support Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs. For more information or questions, email us at: volunteer@startsmallthinkbig.org!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Scientist Physician Physicist Chemist Biologist Economist Writer Statistician Prize Library

    Scientists: Paraphrase, Edit and Write articles and bios of Nobel and Laureates. Scientists to write Thought Process of Nobelists using scientific terms. Physicians to write descriptions of health conditions pertaining to discoveries for which the Nobel Prize was awarded. Also write descriptions of health conditions of Nobelists only when they themselves talk about their health. If you need a letter for your volunteer work, please inform us prior to commencing work, regarding to whom you will be submitting the same. Ganga Library will reveal your hidden aspirations, abilities & skills! We shall try to assign interesting & useful work to you. Please send your resume including Education, Interests and Experience, if any, to Info@GangaLib.org www.GangaLib.org

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Group Leader - Mentor - Northshore

    The mentor strives to be the student's friend, role model, motivator and personal advocate. The mentor's purpose is to build self-esteem, confidence and self-worth, supplementing the work of parents, teachers, counselors and other social and educational professionals. The mentor will be assigned to a young person or group and will be responsible for meeting with the mentee for one hour per week at the center during center hours. A minimum one school-year commitment is requested. The mentor will serve as an example/role model to demonstrate that adults can give and should receive respect. Self-realization and improved self-esteem for the young person are important goals of the relationship. It should be emphasized that the volunteer in no way replaces the parent

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Big Orientation & Training - BBBS Tampa Bay, FL - Serving 9 Counties

    BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS PROGRAM FOR HILLSBOROUGH, PINELLAS, POLK, PASCO, CITRUS, HERNANDO, SUMTER, MARION & ALACHUA COUNTIES IN FLORIDA (GREATER TAMPA BAY AREA) Most children and families served by Big Brothers Big Sisters are facing increased anxiety due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mentoring relationships protect against the harmful effects of stress and build resilience among children. In response, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay has completely reoriented our programming to virtually facilitate these life-changing relationships that ignite the potential of youth in our community. Join us as a defender of potential by becoming a mentor (Big). All it takes is 4-8 hours a month, depending on the program, with a focus on being consistent and spending one-to-one quality time with your mentee (Little). The first step is to attend a Big Orientation & Training session, where you’ll learn about our programs, commitments, expectations, and the kids we serve. Let’s clear a path to a child’s biggest possible future. Learn more about when and how to access our VIRTUAL Big Orientation & Training at bbbstampabay.org/be-a-big

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Community Service Worker - Chicago Metro South

    Community Service Worker Assists individuals and families through emotional support advocacy and guidance in developing and using their own potential to more adequately meet their social, health, emotional and economic needs. Determines eligibility for service to meet client needs and refers cases requiring a professional social work assessment to department social workers. Links clients to needed social services. Maintains effective liaison and cooperates with other centers/agencies in developing and using their cooperation to more adequately meet their social, health, emotional and economic needs. Maintains effective liaison and cooperates with other centers/agencies in developing and implementing effective problem-solving plans for individuals and families. Develops, plans, and leads groups of a less complex nature in response to community and client need, in consultation with the center’s social workers. Assists social workers in coordinating departmental services to community social agencies, hospitals, schools and other resources. Promotes public awareness of organizational activities and provides public education activities to the community and individual clients of a less complex nature. Provides general information and referral services to clients. Completes case records, statistical data and monthly reports as well as other written documentation

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Virtual - Researchers Wanted - Protecting kids online!!

    with DEFEND

    We are DEFEND - we are an international incorporated volunteer-run not-for-profit organization looking to reduce risks for children and vulnerable people online. www.HelpUsDefend.com Did you know on Facebook in 2020, there were 20 million child sex abuse reports to NCMEC? This is alarming and something needs to be done to stop it. The government and Facebook refuse to make changes, in fact, Facebook just recently announced that they're developing an Instagram app for children under the age of 13!!!! We are looking for educated/experienced researchers to undertake unique projects and join our Research Team. The Team meets nearly weekly for up to one hour and brainstorms interesting concepts to undertake. Some of these meetings will be more a check-in for team members to follow up or support current projects. To apply, send a resume/CV: info@HelpUsDefend.com

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • LMS Course Development for Launch

    We have separate partners for our IT solutions team. First; the LMS management team. Both are needing assistance with projects to address time management and oversight. Our LMS project is SCORM/xAPI uploading and reporting compliant and we are looking for one (1) volunteer to assist with uploading the SCORM packages into our LMS. And another volunteer is currently working. You are not required to know the LMS dashboard beyond training. Very simple!! Please contact Dr. Levitch for volunteer screening: drlevitch@cognitiveinstituteofdallas.org

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Social Media Specialist

    Job brief We are looking for a driven Social Media Specialist to attract and interact with targeted virtual communities and networks users. The goal is to gradually achieve superior customer engagement and intimacy, website traffic and revenue by strategically exploiting all aspects of the social media marketing roadmap. Social media specialists should have a solid understanding of how each social media channel works and how to optimize content so that it is engaging on those channels. You are responsible for joining relevant conversations on behalf of the brand and "soft selling" the product by providing support to current and prospective customers. Responsibilities Build and execute social media strategy through competitive research, platform determination, benchmarking, messaging and audience identification Generate, edit, publish and share daily content (original text, images, video or HTML) that builds meaningful connections and encourages community members to take action Set up and optimize company pages within each platform to increase the visibility of company’s social content Moderate all user-generated content in line with the moderation policy for each community Create editorial calendars and syndication schedules Continuously improve by capturing and analyzing the appropriate social data/metrics, insights and best practices, and then acting on the information Collaborate with Executive Board to manage reputation, identify key players and coordinate actions Requirements Proven experience in social media Excellent consulting, writing, editing (photo/video/text), presentation and communication skills Demonstrable social networking experience Knowledge of online marketing and good understanding of major marketing channels Positive attitude, detail and customer oriented with good organizational ability Fluency in English Coursework or interest in Communications, Marketing, or Business

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Attorneys for Nobel & Prize Winners Library Online! Many Opportunities

    Non Profit Attorney to give advice as needed. Copyright Attorney Obtain Economics Nobel Prize 'Winners' copyrights info. Write articles. Example. Patent Examiner or Patent Attorney Obtain Nobel Laureates' Patents info. Write articles, History of Patent, etc. Example If you need a letter for your volunteer work, please inform us prior to commencing work, regarding to whom you will be submitting the same. Ganga Library will reveal your hidden aspirations, abilities & skills! We shall try to assign interesting & useful work to you. Please send your resume including Education, Interests and Experience, if any, to Info@GangaLib.org www.GangaLib.org

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Social Media Monitor, Virtual

    Position Title: Social Media Monitor Reports to: Social Media Manager Type of position: Volunteer, unpaid Volunteer Roles and Responsibilities: Experience posting to a large audience on Facebook Articles or graphics must be scheduled 1 week out to post on Facebook Ability to schedule posts and respond to comments/messages with sensitivity Attend team meetings Must have Facebook profile in order to join the organization chat on Facebook and willingness to friend request team manager Be available 5-7 hours per week Looking for an ideal team player Qualifications and Education Requirements: Must have own desktop computer, laptop and smartphone Communicate in the English Language, Spanish is a plus Experience monitoring a large FB page or group Must be familiar with social media platforms High school or equivalent Preferred Skills: Pregnancy loss experience preferred **Any email sent from our organization servers and all graphics will be the property of our organizations and will be subject to monitoring!!** Miscarriage Matter Inc. prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Marketing Coordinator, Virtual

    Position Title: Marketing Coordinator Reports to: Marketing Manager Type of position: Volunteer, unpaid *This is an unpaid/volunteer position . Miscarriage Matters, Inc. is a non-profit organization offering global support to Mothers and Fathers devastated by early pregnancy loss and stillbirth. We are currently seeking a Marketing Coordinator to join our team. Volunteer Responsibilities Include: Organize market research and reporting findings of market requirements for specific products, services, or business lines to Marketing team. Negotiate contracts with vendors for services and products to be advertised. Meet with clients to present campaigns and offer advice and strategies. Assist with advertising in radio, television, print, and billboards. Research and plan advertising campaigns for various media platforms. Monitor, review, and report on all marketing activity and results. Analyze market trends and report findings to Marketing Team. Use creativity and innovation for new ideas for branding, advertising campaigns and marketing messages. Be available at least 7 hours per week Qualifications and Basic Job Requirements Must be self-motivated Maintain a positive attitude Excellent verbal and written communication skills Deadline oriented Excellent time management skills Ablility to manage several project simultaneously at the same time Strong quantitative, analytical and problem solving skills Proficient in Microsoft Office, social media content, and email Active and well-rounded personal presence and knowledge of various social media platforms Previous experience in Marketing preferred Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint experience (2 years preferred) Associate or Bachelor degree in Marketing or Business preferred. This is a virtual role, must own a computer and telephone to be successful. Miscarriage Matters, Inc is an Equal Opportunity Organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status **Any email sent from our organization servers and all graphics will be the property of our organizations and will be subject to monitoring!!** Miscarriage Matter Inc. prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Live Chat Operator, Virtual

    Position Title: Live Chat/Web Chat Operator Reports to: Live Chat Manager Type of position: Volunteer, unpaid Miscarriage Matters, Inc. is a non-profit organization offering global support to Mothers and Fathers devastated by early infant loss and stillbirth. We are currently seeking a Live Chat Operator to join our team. Responsibilities Include: * Must be able to connect with grieving parents online through Miscarriage Matters, Inc. website * Provide support and encouragement, while assisting them to look into the various services offered by Miscarriage Matters, Inc. * Must be available to communicate on your mobile device or PC should someone need to connect (all communication is made through text/typing - you won’t physically speak with anyone). * Must be knowledgeable in all Miscarriage Matters programs and website * Must be available to log into chat at least 8-10 hours per week for 3-4 hour shifts * Ability maintain volunteer hours and submit to manager every Friday * Attend monthly team meetings * Must be a self-starter and team player * Must have a Facebook account * Perform other duties as assigned Live chat hours are: M-F 12pm-10pm EST S-Su 12pm-5pm EST Qualifications and Education Requirements: * High School diploma or GED * Must have experienced a pregnancy loss Preferred Skills: * Compassionate and caring Qualifications and Education Requirements: High School diploma or GED Must have experienced a pregnancy loss Miscarriage Matter Inc. prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. **Any email sent from our organization servers and all graphics will be the property of our organizations and will be subject to monitoring!!**

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Parental Stress Line Volunteer Friday's 6:30-10 #911

    Opportunity is virtual and requires a 3 1/2 hr commitment per week. Will learn valuable counseling skills. To volunteer go to www.parentshelpingparents.org and press on volunteer. Fill out the application for the stress line and we will be in touch about your next steps!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Virtual: Help Solve the Literacy Crisis, Intern This Summer, Join the FUNetix Web Store Team

    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. Join our web store team! If you are interested in advertising, marketing, promotion, retail, merchandising, web store, online store, design, graphic design, fashion, business, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, social media, sales or business development, 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 more than 17 years! We have been developing this app for about five years, and in January of this year we launched the FUNetix 12 Hour Reading App in the App Store and Google Play to help save millions of children from a lifetime of illiteracy! Now we are building a global brand and an ecosystem to deliver the app to the more than 20 million children in the United States who can't read, even though they are in school, and the millions more adolescents and young adults who have dropped out of school because they can't read. We are looking for intelligent, creative, enthusiastic, cheerful, optimistic individuals with experience in both digital and print media, graphic design, Adobe Creative Suite, business and entrepreneurship, promotion, social media, sales, business development, retail, merchandising advertising and online sales. Recently we launched the FUNetix Store (www.shop4literacy, www.zazzle.com/store/funetix) as a synergistic part of our larger ecosystem designed to bring the FUNetix brand to the world and to spread awareness about the app. In addition, we have relaunched the #Art4LiteracyProject, which brings in artwork from high school, middle school and elementary school students from around the country to help us create beautiful logo merchandise to sell in our store. There is no limit to the amount of artwork that we can bring in and there is no limit to the amount of merchandise we can create and sell; but we need designers and creative merchandisers like you to come up with creative ideas, do the design and layout, and post them in our store. 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. 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 hours for them to reach a 1st grade level, and another 8 hours (12 hours total) to reach a 2nd grade reading level. Compare this to many of our students who have been in the public school system for 6 years and still can't spell the word "the." Compare this to millions of students who have dropped out of school, primarily because they can't read (more than 10 million per decade). Our organization is an 12 year old, nationwide, charitable 501 c 3 non-profit. We started out as a tutoring program and we still tutor. But our focus has always been on finding a scaleable solution to the literacy crisis in America. We are looking for 3 very special people who have everything we mentioned above, including: passion, expertise and time to join our already amazing team of more than 50 people, working virtually and collaboratively nationwide, to help us continue to optimize our brand and our product selection as provide support to our comms, community outreach, web and other teams. If you wish to be considered for this opportunity to be a retail/merchandising/design/promotion/web store intern please send us a cover letter and resume to hr@YouthLit.org. The ideal candidate: is Able to work in a fast paced environment is A great communicator and collaborator has A good eye for fashion, color theory, composition, visual design, or has Experience working with web stores, promotion and merchandising, and pays Attention to detail, and Cares about education and children's literacy 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, to help them get through this COVID-19 setback, and help them surge into a future of unlimited possibility and potential. Mr. R. Kali Woodward Founding, Executive Director

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Artist Illustrator for Nobel & Prize Winners Library Virtual! Many Opportunities

    Artist illustrator to illustrate incidents including humorous incidents in the work and life of Nobel and Laureates. Example https://www.gangalib.org/index.php If you need a letter for your volunteer work, please inform us prior to commencing work, regarding to whom you will be submitting the same. Ganga Library will reveal your hidden aspirations, abilities & skills! We shall try to assign interesting & useful work to you. Please send your resume including Education, Interests and Experience, if any, to Info@GangaLib.org www.GangaLib.org "Working as a graphic artist for Ganga Library taught me how to collaborate with other people remotely. I also learned the value of listening to the needs of Dr. Nagaveni, the Executive Director of the organization, and translating her needs into designs that align with the organization's branding and identity. My experience working for this nonprofit has been very fulfilling given that I know that I am contributing to inspiring others to emulate the many Nobelists featured on Ganga Library's website. I highly recommend the organization to aspiring volunteers. They will surely have fun and an easy time collaborating with Dr. Nagaveni." - Volnteer Newton Aaron Llorente, Visual Designer / UI Designer, Vallejo, CA Employer Identification Number 46-2892728

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Grant writer

    How you can help: Assist in the preparation of high-quality grant applications and write proposals, reports, letters of intent, briefs, acknowledgments, presentations and other communications for submission to donors and other potential funding sources in a timely manner.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Share your financial and accounting expertise to support small businesses and help them succeed!

    COVID-19 has impacted many small businesses. Setting up financial systems, bookkeeping, and reading financial statements are essential for a small business but can be daunting and scary at first! That’s where you come in! As a financial volunteer, you can offer one-on-one advice to an entrepreneur during 1 hour virtual consultation(s). Are you a good fit? This virtual volunteer opportunity is for you if you have experience working with business finances in accounting, information systems (Point of Sale, bookkeeping, etc.), or managing your own business' finances. Volunteers must be located in the United States. What will you be doing? Once approved as a volunteer, we will connect you with an entrepreneur or several (depending on your availability) to set up virtual consultations. During this time, you will teach the entrepreneur about systems and structures that can help them monitor and analyze their business - for e.g. using bookkeeping systems, understanding P&Ls. What is the time commitment? 1-2 consultations with an entrepreneur, 1 hour each (plus preparation time prior to the consultation) to fit into your schedule. This can be a one-time opportunity or ongoing if you would like it! Do we provide resources to get started? We provide videos and additional resources to help you get started. Ready to volunteer and support small businesses? Join our awesome community of volunteers by completing and submitting your application here: https://www.startsmallthinkbig.org/volunteer ( select "Financial Program" and "Bookkeeping/Accounting consultation" as the opportunity). We welcome multilingual volunteers, particularly those able to support Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs. For more information or questions, email us at: volunteer@startsmallthinkbig.org!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Honor the lives of those we've lost to COVID-19

    COVID-19 Wall of Memories is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that runs a website of the same name which features a virtual memorial wall that holds the names and faces of people who have passed away from COVID-19 in this country. Clicking through a person's photo brings you to a summary of their life. We are seeking to fill positions in data entry. Data entry volunteers are responsible for entering each victim's story into our database, taking care to keep in mind our core principles: Ensuring the information we share is accurate, avoiding copyright violation, and recognizing potential privacy violations. Each person whose story is on our memorial wall was special, was loved, and should be remembered with honor. We obtain the stories of people honored on our memorial wall from three sources: 1) Site visitors enter information about their own loved one who passed; 2) We excerpt online obituaries; and 3) We occasionally excerpt news coverage. To excerpt online sources, we use two processes: researching online obituaries and entering them into our database. Our research associates do a standardized online search and copy and compile URLs of obits. Data entry associates enter the pertinent details from an online obituary into a standard form. Training will take about one hour with as much additional time as needed. We use Slack to communicate questions or comments, but managers are always available to answer questions or clarify issues.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • 2021 FYI Grants Committee Welcome Aboard

    Hello FYI 2018 Grants Committee, Congratulations to all the accepted FYI Grants Committee members who went through a rigorous process to vet the new 2021 - 2022 grants committee. We have had impeccable responses from volunteers hoping to provide contextual information that we need to make good strategic decisions. Our new team of strategy management experts will work with the grants committee to collect a range of internal and external input in order to create an in-depth unbiased strategic plan for the 2021 and upcoming 2022 year. Familiarity with Grant Station a plus Tatiana Thompson drlevitch@cognitiveinstituteofdallas.org cc: tatiana@cognitiveinstituteofdallas.org

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Parental Stress Line Volunteer Saturday 11:30-3

    Stress line volunteer giving support and referrals to parents in need.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • UN Women USA LA Events Co-Directors and Events Coordinators, Team Members

    UN Women USA LA Events Director and events coordinators Join us! Do you want to make a difference in the lives of global women and girls? Are you eager to create a safer, more equitable world for women and girls? About UN Women UN Women is the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. UN Women was created to accelerate progress on meeting the needs of underserved women & girls worldwide. About UN Women USA LA UN Women USA LA is an independent non-profit, 501c3 organization that supports the mission of UN Women and social, political, and economic equality for women and girls around the world. Our members and supporters are men, women, and children in cities around the country who give their time and resources to support a world where women of all ages have access to education and employment opportunities, and sustainable livelihoods that enable them to live free of gender-based violence. Call for Volunteers! UN Women USA LA is currently seeking 2 motivated Events Co-Directors, who will be board members, as well as Event Coordinators; in which they will be assigned the responsibility of managing the chapter’s events! UN Women USA LA advocates on behalf of UN Women locally throughout the Los Angeles region. Find us on social media @UNWomenLA UN Women USA LA Event Director roles and responsibilities include: Oversee the preparation and implementation of events including monthly chapter events and annual assembly/conference; Develop, maintain and disseminate a calendar of events, including Salons, Workshops, Tabling events, Speaking events, Fundraiser events and all other event-related activities. Coordinate event execution with Communications Chair and related sub-committees; Recruit, develop, train and manage a group of volunteers for tabling/canvassing events and other opportunities, as identified in the master calendar of events. Facilitate bi-weekly team meetings and collaborate with volunteers to document and project progress of event-related activities; Manage and maintain all documentation (pro-books, timelines, schedules, contacts), logistics, and team for every event; and provide monthly report to board members; Communicate with Fund Development team about sponsorships related to each event; Foster a collaborative volunteer work environment, demonstrate a power with and empowerment approach. Desired Profile: Demonstrated experience in organizing events or similar. Coordinator: 5 years. Director: 8 years. Proven experience in developing events, and some knowledge of working with communications teams in promoting events through social media. Strong working knowledge of zoom, google docs, google hangout and Skype. Good communication and organizational skills. Open-minded, creative person, proactive, friendly, and a good team player. Dedicated and motivated with a strong interest in Gender Equality. Located in the Greater LA area is a must. Time requirement 5-10 hours per week. If you are interested, please respond directly to this posting and upload your resume. Alternatively, please email your resume to la@unwomenusa.org . We look forward to hearing from you! FOR MORE INFO/INQUIRIES: Contact: la@unwomenusa.org We look forward to your submissions!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • 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: September 23, 2021
  • Fund Development Co-Director

    UN Women USA LA Fund Development Co-Director and Co- Fund Development Coordinator Join us! Do you want to make a difference in the lives of global women and girls? Are you eager to create a safer, more equitable world for women and girls? About UN Women UN Women is the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. UN Women was created to accelerate progress on meeting the needs of underserved women & girls worldwide. About UN Women USA LA UN Women USA LA is an independent non-profit, 501c3 organization that supports the mission of UN Women and social, political, and economic equality for women and girls around the world. Our members and supporters are men, women, and children in cities around the country who give their time and resources to support a world where women of all ages have access to education and employment opportunities, and sustainable livelihoods that enable them to live free of gender-based violence. Call for Volunteers! UN Women USA LA advocates on behalf of UN Women locally throughout the Los Angeles region. UN Women USA LA is currently seeking a motivated and dedicated fund development director, and (1) Fund Development Co- Coordinator who will assigned the responsibility of developing and raising the Chapter’s funds. Find us on social media @UNWomenLA UN Women USA LA Fund Development Director and Fund Development Co- Coordinator roles and responsibilities include: Develop and implement a sustainable framework for raising funds including researching and identifying potential partners/donors, foundations and grants for the chapter’s development; Research, identify and solicit potential partners/sponsors for events and programs; Develop and maintain sponsorship database; Cultivate sustainable relationships; Support the Treasurer in efforts to create an annual budget for the following year to the Board one (1) month before presenting it at the annual meeting; Develop and grow the strategic outreach of the chapter; Engage local partners, local stakeholders, small business, corporate partners (local); community organizations, and activist organizations; Develop and encourage monthly donor amongst membership; Expand the partnering capacity of the chapter throughout the region; Research local programs and events for women and girls in order to ensure the development of relevant and worthwhile projects; and (j) scheduling canvassing, petitioning, and tabling events. Desired Profile: 5+ years of experience in raising and development of sustainable funds to an organization; Experience in a Non Profit Organization is an asset. Proficiency in Word/Excel; Strong working knowledge of google docs, google hangout and Skype; Excellent communication and organizational skills; Open-minded, proactive, friendly, and a team player Dedicated and motivated with a strong interest in Gender Equality. Located in Greater Los Angeles area Time requirement 5-10 hours per week. If you are interested, please respond directly to this posting and upload your resume. Alternatively, please email your resume to la@unwomenusa.org . We look forward to hearing from you! FOR MORE INFO/INQUIRIES: Contact: la@unwomenusa.org We look forward to your submissions!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Communications Co-Director

    UN Women USA LA Communications Co- Director Join us! Do you want to make a difference in the lives of global women and girls? Are you eager to create a safer, more equitable world for women and girls? About UN Women UN Women is the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. UN Women was created to accelerate progress on meeting the needs of underserved women & girls worldwide. About UN Women USA LA UN Women USA LA is an independent non-profit, 501c3 organization that supports the mission of UN Women and social, political, and economic equality for women and girls around the world. Our members and supporters are men, women, and children in cities around the country who give their time and resources to support a world where women of all ages have access to education and employment opportunities, and sustainable livelihoods that enable them to live free of gender-based violence. Call for Volunteers! UN Women USA LA advocates on behalf of UN Women locally throughout the Los Angeles region. UN Women USA LA is currently seeking a motivated and dedicated Communications Director, who will be a board member assigned the responsibility for promoting and expanding the Chapter’s membership. Find us on social media @UNWomenLA UN Women USA LA Communication Director roles and responsibilities include: Develop public awareness of the chapter through press releases, marketing and media development; Develop and maintain the database for media outreach; Develop and send awareness communications, event alerts, and social media campaigns; Create, maintain and disseminate of all chapter activities (articles, Facebook page updates, twitter, blogs, pinterest, etc.); Co-develop Foster a collaborative volunteer work environment, demonstrate a power with and empowerment approach. Desired Profile: 5+ years of experience in communications; Proficiency in Word/Excel; Strong working knowledge of google docs, google hangout and Skype; Excellent Marketing, communication and organizational skills; Open-minded, proactive, friendly, and a team player Dedicated and motivated with a strong interest in Gender Equality. Time requirement 5-10 hours per week. Located in Greater LA area. If you are interested, please respond directly to this posting and upload your resume. Alternatively, please email your resume to la@unwomenusa.org . We look forward to hearing from you! FOR MORE INFO/INQUIRIES: Contact: la@unwomenusa.org We look forward to your submissions!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • SOUND DESIGNER FOR A DOCUMENTARY

    We need a sound designer for our bio film. it is 60 minutes long. Please write ONLY if you have had some experience in this field and if you work in pro tools.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Parental Stress Line Counselor Needed for Saturday's 6:30-10:00pm

    About Parents Helping Parents: Parents Helping Parents is a nonprofit offering two services to parents in need: The Parental Stress Line and Parent Support Groups. Our goal is to empower parents to nurture their children, prevent child abuse and build stronger families. Our Parental Stress Line is open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week and it is confidential and anonymous. Description: PHP is seeking volunteer counselors to offer support and act as a listening ear for parents in crisis. This position is remote and requires the ability to work comfortably with technology with regards to smartphone applications. Volunteers do not need prior counseling experience for this opportunity. Volunteers will attend an online training of apx 8 hours on crisis intervention and basic counseling techniques. Once training is complete, calls may be taken at home or on a personal cell phone. As a Parental Stress Line Counselor, you will learn valuable counseling skills, meet other like-minded volunteers, and be able to give back to your community. PHP asks volunteers to commit to 50 four-hour shifts OR 20 overnight shifts totaling 200 hours for the year. To Apply: Visit our website at www.parentshelpingparents.org, click on the volunteer tab. For More Information: Email us at info@parentshelpingparents.org

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Make A Connection - Change A Life!

    Not only has the COVID-19 coronavirus placed older adults and adults living with disabilities at very high risk of serious illness or death, but it has also made them more susceptible to social isolation and loneliness. Many older adults already live with a deep sense of disconnection from their community but the pandemic and related social distancing measures have made their sense of social isolation much worse. The Social Engagement Program at Mystic Valley Elder Services is designed to help improve the health and well-being of isolated older adults in the community by providing meaningful social connection-whether it be through telephone calls, email , or eventually, regular visits. We are looking for local volunteers who can get started now from the comfort and safety of your home! More detailed information about the program is below. Our agency serves a diverse population, and this program will be no exception. It is our mission to recruit a diverse cohort of volunteers, and we encourage bilingual volunteers to ensure that all of our consumers feel heard! In addition to speaking their native language, cultural connections can also help build an even stronger connection. More about the Social Engagement Program at MVES! There are three different options for program participants. Volunteers may choose one that is best for them, or could be involved in two, or all three! Volunteers in all parts of this program will receive training and ongoing support. Considering that the goal of this program is to offer meaningful connections, we do ask that volunteers commit to a minimum of 1 year of service. Our expectation is that everyone would begin by being matched with just one person, however, if you are interested, we could potentially match with you up to 5 individuals looking for someone to connect with! The Social Engagement Program includes the following services: Telephone Reassurance Volunteers call an isolated individual, offering a social contact and friendly conversation. This program asks for a commitment of approximately 2-4 hours per week. Email Pen Pal Program Volunteers provide a regular social and supportive email communication. This program requires a commitment of approximately 1-2 hours per week. Friendly Visitor Program Volunteers provide home visits that focus on in-person socialization and companionship. This aspect of the program will only be done when it is safe to do so, and will ask for a commitment of approximately 1-2 hours per week.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Operations Assistant

    Job Brief We are looking for a competent Operations Assistant to provide personalized administrative support in a well-organized and timely manner. You will work on a one-to-one basis on a variety of tasks related to the executives’ working lives and communication. Responsibilities * Act as the point of contact between the executives, staff and clients * Undertake the tasks of maintaining correspondence with community partners, management and clients * Handle requests and queries appropriately * Arrange meetings and appointments and provide reminders * Take minutes for meetings and accurately enter data * Produce reports, presentations and briefs * Develop and carry out an efficient documentation and filing system * Assist program leads, managers and assistants with implementation, delivery and troubleshooting of community-based programming. Requirements * Proven experience in Reception, Administrative Roles * Knowledgeof MS Office, Google Suite * Proficiency in English * Exemplary planning and time management skills * Tech Savvy * Ability to multitask and prioritize daily workload * High level verbal and written communications skills * Discretion and confidentiality

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • 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: September 22, 2021
  • Medicinal Foods for Stress, Sleep & Anxiety Volunteer Product Management

    We are looking for an experienced Product Manager who is passionate about building products that customers love. You will join a dynamic and fast-paced environment and work with cross-functional teams to design, build and roll-out products that deliver the company’s vision and strategy. 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 for Stress, Sleep & Anxiety Volunteer Product Management Responsibilities: Gain a deep understanding of customer experience, identify and fill product gaps and generate new ideas that grow market share, improve customer experience and drive growth Create buy-in for the product vision both internally and with key external partners Develop product pricing and positioning strategies Translate product strategy into detailed requirements and prototypes Scope and prioritize activities based on business and customer impact Work closely with engineering teams to deliver with quick time-to-market and optimal resources Drive product launches including working with public relations team, executives, and other product management team members Evaluate promotional plans to ensure that they are consistent with product line strategy and that the message is effectively conveyed Act as a product evangelist to build awareness and understanding Represent the company by visiting customers to solicit feedback on company products and services Medicinal Foods for Stress, Sleep & Anxiety Volunteer Product Management Requirements: Proven track record of managing all aspects of a successful product throughout its lifecycle Proven ability to develop product and marketing strategies and effectively communicate recommendations to executive management Solid technical background with understanding and/or hands-on experience in software development and web technologies Strong problem solving skills and willingness to roll up one’s sleeves to get the job Skilled at working effectively with cross functional teams in a matrix organization Excellent written and verbal communication skills MS/BS degree in Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent preferred "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: September 22, 2021
  • Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Program Director, CrowdDoing

    We are looking for an experienced Program Director to supervise a wide range of programs. You will be responsible for the delivery and overall success of each program. You will supervise managers and inform management on progress and performance. 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/. A successful Program Director must have a broad knowledge of program management principles. They must have a strategic mindset as well as be able to lead and develop their subordinates. The goal is to ensure every program will be delivered successfully and add the highest possible value to the organization. Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Program Director, CrowdDoing. Responsibilities Initiate and set goals for programs according to the strategic objectives of the organization Plan the programs from start to completion involving deadlines, milestones and processes Develop or approve budgets and operations Devise evaluation strategies to monitor performance and determine the need for improvements Supervise all program and project managers involved to provide feedback and resolve complex problems Discover ways to enhance efficiency and productivity of procedures and people Apply change, risk and resource management principles when needed Read reports prepared by managers to determine progress and issues Ensure program operations and activities adhere to legal guidelines and internal policies Keep senior management informed with detailed and accurate reports or presentations Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget Developing project scopes and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility Ensure resource availability and allocation Develop a detailed project plan to track progress Use appropriate verification techniques to manage changes in project scope, schedule and costs Measure project performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques Report and escalate to management as needed Manage the relationship with the client and all stakeholders Perform risk management to minimize project risks Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Program Director, CrowdDoing. Requirements Proven experience as program director or other managerial position Thorough understanding of project/program management techniques and methods Excellent Knowledge of performance evaluation techniques and key metrics Outstanding knowledge of data analysis, reporting and budgeting Working knowledge of MS office and program management software (e.g. Basecamp, MS Project etc.) A business acumen with a strategic ability Excellent organizational and leadership skills An analytical mindset with great problem-solving abilities Excellent communication skills BSc/BA diploma in management or a relevant field; MSc/MA is a plus Great educational background, preferably in the fields of computer science or engineering for technical project managers Proven working experience as a project administrator in the information technology sector Solid technical background, with understanding or hands-on experience in software development and web technologies Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office PMP / PRINCE II certification is a plus Thank you for your interest in Medicinal Foods, Volunteer Program Director, CrowdDoing. "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. E ach 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 about Micro-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: September 22, 2021
  • Online Quality Control Inspectors To Assist Refining Helpful Homeowner Info

    with HGRBS

    National - Gladly Serving U.S. Private Home Residents Since 2009 - Exclusive Consumer Information Service (Opportunity Inquiries Are Between The Hours of 10 AM- 4 PM - Mon-Fri) Desktop or Laptop Access Required. Strictly Online. Intellectually Sharp. Hyperlink Privy. This is an opportunity for us to do our part volunteering online against home fraud to the benefit of those who live in the private home sector of our country. Living in a private home may not necessarily exempt us from addressing also the pressing need for being better informed to protect ourselves from dishonest tradespersonnel. Is this worth volunteering for? Yes. *This Opportunity Strictly online. Aside from being 18 years of age or over; a U.S. resident, and computer literate ... .... Honorable and caring. Very comfortable with online opportunities. Have access to standard professional office equipment compatible with reading and printing full-sized Word Documents and full-sized PDF’s. Very good at online research. High School Graduate or Equivalent Education. Ability to follow suggested tips for successfully completing opportunity volunteer opts to perform. Description As an Online Quality Control Inspector(OQCI), you visit designated areas online where there are HGRBS-related documents/websites. This suggested opportunity can also entail inspecting our very special free online resident's booklet known as the "SERVICE BOOKLET." The booklet contains important helpful hyperlinks for residents. What volunteers do is inspect the booklet(s) for broken or "INACTIVE" hyperlinks, then report these to other HGRBS Special Assignments volunteers for repair. There are easy to follow tips. Your assistance is very much requested. For more details on this social opportunity please feel free to inquire via Volunteermatch. This helps HGRBS know volunteers meets its basic query requirements. THANK YOU FOR STEPPING FORWARD!

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Georgia Region Duty Officer/Dispatcher (Virtual but must live in the State of Georgia)

    The Georgia Region Duty officer acts as a dispatcher for our Disaster Action Team (DAT) responses. The American Red Cross brings light to one of the darkest times that any family will endure. Disaster Action Teams (DAT) provide 24-hour emergency response to local disasters, particularly house fires, ensuring that those affected have access to resources for basic necessities such as food, shelter and clothing. We are looking for compassionate individuals that want to help families that are affected by disasters of all sizes, from home fires to hurricanes Responsibilities: May determine if Red Cross action is required; may decide if Red Cross will respond via our Disaster Action Team. Uses event triggers such as size, scope, and type of the event to direct the DAT response. Works with on-scene DAT leadership to support the response and provide technical guidance. Support and trains new Duty Officers. Dispatch DAT members and monitor the response to ensure appropriate resources are made available. Activate Disaster Health Services, Disaster Mental Health, and Disaster Spiritual Care, Public Affairs when requested. Documents incoming disaster notification and creates & verifies events in RC Respond. May be required to monitor activity across multiple DAT responses. Notify Chapter and Regional staff of significant events, and contribute to an Initial Incident Report, when appropriate. Attends regularly scheduled team meetings as required by Chapter/Region.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • PR/Media Relations Volunteer

    We are looking for a PR / media relations expert to help us write and distribute press releases to the media to celebrate the work being done by DuPage and Chicago South Suburbs Habitat and the families who excel in our programs. This individual will need to have experience and connections in PR to assist our organization. They will work directly with our Marketing Manager to create the releases and distribute to the media. Please only volunteer applicants with PR or media experience apply for this role to help us get the word out! Contact Jeff Koeppel at jkoeppel@gohabitat.org for more details

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Bloggers / Passionate Writers / Journalists Looking to change lives!

    Here at Habitat for Humanity DuPage & Chicago South Suburbs, we look for passionate people who believe in our vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We need a self-starter individual committed to working hard and producing moving and compelling blog posts using their passion for writing. Our ideal candidate is personable, responsible, enthusiastic, and flexible, and committed to working hard. If you want to play an integral role in educating the community and changing more lives, here is your opportunity to do so. You will need to determine themes for given months, i.e., this month (May) is Affordable Housing Month. The blog should include topics that address affordable housing, volunteering, neighborhood revitalization, housing equality, furniture upcycling, etc. The writer must be a self-starter with a passion for our cause, have writing samples and experience, and write moving stories on topics of interest to people seeking resources and exciting insights about Habitat for Humanity, stories, and available resources. Their writing must be compelling, causing people to come back for more to get popular and draw an audience. Are your writing skills dynamic, compelling, engaging, informative, and empathetic? Do you want to make a difference and help families? Do you believe in a world where everyone has a decent place to live? Have you always wanted to write a blog that will build on itself and garner a loyal following? If so, join us as a Volunteer Blogger! Contact Jeff Koeppel at jkoeppel@gohabitat.org for more details

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Bloggers / Passionate Writers / Journalists Looking to change lives!

    Here at Habitat for Humanity DuPage & Chicago South Suburbs, we look for passionate people who believe in our vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We need a self-starter individual committed to working hard and producing moving and compelling blog posts using their passion for writing. Our ideal candidate is personable, responsible, enthusiastic, and flexible, and committed to working hard. If you want to play an integral role in educating the community and changing more lives, here is your opportunity to do so. You will need to determine themes for given months, i.e., this month (May) is Affordable Housing Month. The blog should include topics that address affordable housing, volunteering, neighborhood revitalization, housing equality, furniture upcycling, etc. The writer must be a self-starter with a passion for our cause, have writing samples and experience, and write moving stories on topics of interest to people seeking resources and exciting insights about Habitat for Humanity, stories, and available resources. Their writing must be compelling, causing people to come back for more to get popular and draw an audience. Are your writing skills dynamic, compelling, engaging, informative, and empathetic? Do you want to make a difference and help families? Do you believe in a world where everyone has a decent place to live? Have you always wanted to write a blog that will build on itself and garner a loyal following? If so, join us as a Volunteer Blogger! Contact Jeff Koeppel at jkoeppel@gohabitat.org for more details

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • PR/Media Relations Volunteer

    We are looking for a PR / media relations expert to help us write and distribute press releases to the media to celebrate the work being done by DuPage and Chicago South Suburbs Habitat and the families who excel in our programs. This individual will need to have experience and connections in PR to assist our organization. They will work directly with our Marketing Manager to create the releases and distribute them to the media. Please only volunteer applicants with PR or media experience apply for this role to help us get the word out! Contact Jeff Koeppel at jkoeppel@gohabitat.org for more details

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • TEDxSeattle Co-Organizer

    TEDxSeattle is growing, and we are in search of a Co-Organizer (multiple positions possible) to help define the long-term vision for the TEDxSeattle Organization and build a team of volunteers and partner organizations to help execute on that strategy. As Co-Organizer, your goal would be to support multiple TEDx Seattle teams and ensure they are effective. This role requires a balance of strategy and execution. You will often be expected to roll up your sleeves and take on individual tasks when they can't be completed by volunteers on the team. A successful leader in this role will be able to build highly effective and dependable teams A good co-organizer should be able to: make difficult decisions that will impact large numbers of people (either volunteers or members of the TEDxSeattle community) help realign volunteers or hire new volunteers when team members step down from their roles. responsibly manage our budget and finances Responsibilities include: Defining the strategic and organizational structure for TEDxSeattle Build programs and support systems for TEDxSeattle's ancillary teams (TEDxSeattleWomen, TEDxYouth@Seattle, and TEDxSeattle Salons) Set annual event strategy, including event format, location, speaker count, etc. Lead a team of managers and empower them to successfully lead their teams Be responsible for the overall P&L of the TEDxSeattle organization along with ancillary events Create programs to ensure that volunteers continually get value from their volunteer experience year after year Qualifications include: 5+ years of leading large cross-functional teams 5+ years of planning and executing large-scale events 3+ years of leading teams of people managers 3+ years of overseeing P&L for a team or organization with six-figure annual revenue

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • 31st Annual Virtual 5K Hunger Walk

    Fundraising Opportunity Sign up for free and help raise funds and awareness as we walk together from home to end hunger on the Westside. Tune in on Sunday, October 17 th for a live streamed opening program with special guests and helpful tips. Then you’ll have a week to complete your 5K and continue fundraising to help us reach our $100,000 goal. Join us on 10/24 for a closing livestream where we’ll give out awards for top fundraisers and biggest teams, and celebrate our accomplishments together. Westside Food Bank provides food for over 200000 people in West L.A. County every year - we’ve doubled our food purchases since COVID-19 to keep up with the high demand. With your help, we can make this year's 5K Hunger Walk our biggest success yet! Walk individually or as part of a group. Fundraising is not required, but every dollar you raise provides four meals for our neighbors in need. Walkers of all ages, kids in strollers, and dogs on leash are all welcome for this fun and interactive virtual 5K. Sign up to reserve your free t-shirt and gift bag today: walk.wsfb.org

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Volunteering at Robotics for All

    By volunteering at Robotics for All, you are making a difference in the community by spreading STEAM awareness to every individual. If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, sign up on this form: https://forms.gle/KAFArgksxkhAFTfn8 and click the "I Want to Help" button. We have 5 available volunteering positions: Curriculum: This department is in charge of developing and improving various curriculums to make them the best possible for students Recruitment: This department works on gaining participants and students in our events, recruiting volunteers for our non-profit, and finding outreach opportunities for the organization Marketing: This department works with the public. It maintains the social media, Youtube channel, stays engaged with the community, and frequently updates our websites Instructor: This department is in charge of teaching and leading our events to make them run smoothly! All of these roles are critical to the success of our non-profit organization, and we are open to having you be in any or multiple of these roles. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our non-profit works primarily remotely with remote meetings, remote communication, and remote events.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Marketing | Social Media | Community building

    About the opportunity We're in need of someone amazing who can help implement our marketing strategy, to help bring the many positive changes our platform can bring to people! We are looking for people who want to join this incredible journey of enabling skills and knowledge to be exchanged worldwide without needing money! We are a team of 15 volunteers with a few working full-time. We need help launching in the next couple of months! About 8Billionminds 8BillionMinds is the first worldwide live-learning platform. This means that 8BillionMinds enables people around the world to speak, learn and share from each other without needing any money. So lessons can be in absolutely anything, from Spanish to Quantum Mechanics to anything in the human mind. We provide all the online learning tools such an a virtual whiteboard all for free. We want to connect the world up via an educational currency - no money needed. Follow us: https://www.facebook.com/8billionminds https://www.facebook.com/groups/8billionminds https://www.instagram.com/8billionminds/ and see the site in development: www.8billionminds.com What are we looking for? Someone who can help with: * Social Media - Facebook Page/ FB group / Twitter / Linkedin / Instagram * Tweetdeck / Veuta * Communicating with our community * Mailchimp / other automated mail provider

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Fundraising Director

    Researching potential sponsors Writing funding proposals and sending them to potential sponsors. Creating marketing and promotional activities Developing fundraising events Maintaining records of sponsors Organizing campaigns that will lead to recurring donations

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Volunteer Environment Artist Mentor - NO COMPENSATION (Remote)- Interns International Program

    Interns International Program - Volunteer Environment Artist Mentor - NO COMPENSATION (Remote) Do you work full-time as an Environment Artist in the Game, Tech or STEM Industry? Are you looking for an opportunity to mentor recent graduates or college students hoping to enter the industry? We are seeking mentors for incoming classes of our Interns International program. Interns International is a one-year internship program designed to help students and recent graduates obtain experience to enter the gaming industry. Interns have the chance to receive mentorship from professionals in the industry alongside the opportunity to work on Games for Love projects. Requirements Have a full time Environment Artist job in Game, Tech or STEM Industry Able to commit to at least 3-5 hours per week Able to communicate via Discord Mentor Role & Responsibilities Mentor a group of no more than 5 interns Commit to leading whole group meetings once per week Conduct one-on-one meetings with each intern once per month to provide feedback and areas of growth Assist interns with resume and portfolio development and refinement If you are interested, please apply by visiting https://gamesforlove.org/mentor-app/ About Interns International The Interns International Program matches students, aspiring engineers, and those on our previous programs with active development groups and mentors to gain real industry experience and kick-start their careers. This one-year program focuses on practical experience to bridge the gaps between education and full-time careers in Tech, Gaming, and STEM with the intent of gaining sustainability. Interns International Program is a big part of Games for Love’s mission to provide sustainability through our Program Ecosystem Approach. About Games for Love Games for Love is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that works to ease suffering, save lives, and create sustainable futures for children. We believe in the concept of "distraction therapy" and bring the joy of gaming into the lives of our junior gamers in hospitals around the country. Our plan is to help 10 million kids in the next 5 years. We have a healthy ecosystem to achieve that goal with your intelligent contribution. To apply, please visit: https://gamesforlove.org/mentor-app/

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Volunteer Concept Artist Mentor - NO COMPENSATION (Remote)- Interns International Program

    Interns International Program - Volunteer Concept Artist Mentor - NO COMPENSATION (Remote) Do you work full-time as a Concept Artist in the Game, Tech or STEM Industry? Are you looking for an opportunity to mentor recent graduates or college students hoping to enter the industry? We are seeking mentors for incoming classes of our Interns International program. Interns International is a one-year internship program designed to help students and recent graduates obtain experience to enter the gaming industry. Interns have the chance to receive mentorship from professionals in the industry alongside the opportunity to work on Games for Love projects. Requirements Have a full-time Concept Artist job in Game, Tech or STEM Industry Able to commit to at least 3-5 hours per week Able to communicate via Discord Mentor Role & Responsibilities Mentor a group of no more than 5 interns Commit to leading whole group meetings once per week Conduct one-on-one meetings with each intern once per month to provide feedback and areas of growth Assist interns with resume and portfolio development and refinement To apply, please visit: https://gamesforlove.org/mentor-app/ About Interns International The Interns International Program matches students, aspiring engineers, and those on our previous programs with active development groups and mentors to gain real industry experience and kick-start their careers. This one-year program focuses on practical experience to bridge the gaps between education and full-time careers in Tech, Gaming, and STEM with the intent of gaining sustainability. Interns International Program is a big part of Games for Love’s mission to provide sustainability through our Program Ecosystem Approach. About Games for Love Games for Love is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that works to ease suffering, save lives, and create sustainable futures for children. We believe in the concept of "distraction therapy" and bring the joy of gaming into the lives of our junior gamers in hospitals around the country. Our plan is to help 10 million kids in the next 5 years. We have a healthy ecosystem to achieve that goal with your intelligent contribution. To apply, please visit: https://gamesforlove.org/mentor-app/

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Volunteer 3D Character Artist Mentor - NO COMPENSATION (Remote)-Interns International Program

    Interns International Program - Volunteer 3D Character Artist Mentor - NO COMPENSATION (Remote) Do you work full-time as a 3D Character Artist in the Game, Tech or STEM Industry? Are you looking for an opportunity to mentor recent graduates or college students hoping to enter the industry? We are seeking mentors for incoming classes of our Interns International program. Interns International is a one-year internship program designed to help students and recent graduates obtain experience to enter the gaming industry. Interns have the chance to receive mentorship from professionals in the industry alongside the opportunity to work on Games for Love projects. Requirements Having a full time 3D Character Artist job in Game, Tech or STEM Industry Able to commit at least 3-5 hours per week Able to communicate via Discord Mentor Role & Responsibilities Mentor a group of no more than 5 interns Commit to leading whole group meetings once per week Conduct one-on-one meetings with each intern once per month to provide feedback and areas of growth Assist interns with resume and portfolio development and refinement To apply, please visit: https://gamesforlove.org/mentor-app/ About Interns International The Interns International Program matches students, aspiring engineers, and those on our previous programs with active development groups and mentors to gain real industry experience and kick-start their careers. This one-year program focuses on practical experience to bridge the gaps between education and full-time careers in Tech, Gaming, and STEM with the intent of gaining sustainability. Interns International Program is a big part of Games for Love’s mission to provide sustainability through our Program Ecosystem Approach. About Games for Love Games for Love is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that works to ease suffering, save lives, and create sustainable futures for children. We believe in the concept of "distraction therapy" and bring the joy of gaming into the lives of our junior gamers in hospitals around the country. Our plan is to help 10 million kids in the next 5 years. We have a healthy ecosystem to achieve that goal with your intelligent contribution. To apply, please visit: https://gamesforlove.org/mentor-app/

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Wanted: Memory Bear Seamstresses

    Seamstresses needed to create lasting memories of comfort for our patients and families in San Diego County. Hospice Volunteers can create Memory Bears and Quilts from our patient's favorite clothing, blankets or personal items that will provide endless comfort for their families and loved ones. Create them on your own or organize a group of sewing enthusiasts to join you. Required to complete volunteer application, background check, TB, Drug Screening and training-provided FREE of charge. Contact Jackie @ 760.622.0245 or jackie.lleverino@seaporthhh.com

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Looking for a volunteer mobile app and software developer (I can't formally hire or sponsor for visa

    We are planning to develop a food ordering app though which food insecure students could get free meals from the restaurants around with the help of the givers as restaurants and regular food ordering app users. Unfortunately, we can't hire you officially or sponsor you for visa. This is more of a small team initiative.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • 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 8 weeks sharing their favorite hobby with a local CoachArt kid -- a child or teenager who is diagnosed with 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 8 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: September 22, 2021
  • Virtual Volunteer Career Guest Speakers

    We may all be practicing social distancing, but you can still be a volunteer remotely. Volunteer Career Exploration program. The purpose of this program is to familiarize youth with careers that they are interested in, and introduce them to new career opportunities. Most important, we want to engage young people with experts in their fields, and give them a sense of hope for the future during these challenging times . A select group of business professionals, in a variety of professions, are asked to have an informal, virtual conversation with El Nido high school youth (s) for a 30-minute discussion about their career experiences. All presentations will be done on a free conference call line to ensure that no contact information is shared with youth or the volunteer presenter, and to allow multiple youth participants if more than one person is interested in a topic. In addition, there will be a staff person on all calls as a moderator. Presenters are given guidelines to steer their presentations in a direction most beneficial to youth, and in an approach that allows meaningful youth feedback. We will prepare a list of questions that the youth can ask the professional guest speaker to assure the conversation is productive. Here are a few suggested topics: How to write a resume, Mock interviews, Career advice & planning, Real Estate, Engineering or Legal careers, Budgets and personal finance, How to run your own small business, How to build a website or create a video game, How to take good photos with your phone, Culinary skills or a fun recipe that’s healthy and easy to prepare, Demonstrate a craft or unique skill, Teach a yoga, dance, meditation or other class, Do story readings, How to play a musical instrument, How to write poetry, Teach an industry, improvisation or acting class, or Gardening for kids. Let us know more about you and your career topic at: https://www.elnidofamilycenters.org/volunteer-opportunities/

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • The Communication Exchange Program

    Are you outgoing, friendly and interested in meeting and mentoring people from different cultures? The Communication Exchange Program provides the opportunity to connect professionals with graduate international business students to help them practice their informal listening and speaking skills and provide them with an opportunity to connect with New York City and American culture. CXP is ideal for people who are open minded, non-judgmental, accepting of cultural differences, interested in education and how it applies to people’s lives, and excited to learn from others. What is the Communication Exchange Program? The Communication Exchange Program is a program that provides a full-circle immersion in language, communication and culture through the lens of real people by matching volunteers with international graduate students of The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University. Volunteers from the program meet virtually or in person with their respective communication partners every week to help them practice their informal listening and speaking skills. Volunteers also provide information to students about adapting to life and work in New York and the U.S. in a friendly and casual setting. Who can participate in the Communication Exchange Program? CXP is open to native English speaking professionals who possess a strong command of written and spoken English. Volunteers should be friendly, open to meeting new people, and respectful of differences in culture and communication styles. Volunteers should also be able to work independently, manage their time, and coordinate their own meeting schedules. How does the program work? Each volunteer must commit to meeting with their communication exchange partner for 1 hour per week either remotely or in person depending on their location for the duration of the academic semester (October 1- December 1) Volunteers should also be 25 years old or older.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • 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/adopting-a-soldier.html

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Provide direct support to a deployed military chaplain - Virtual Opportunity

    Would you like to help supply a deployed chaplain items to assist them in providing support and comfort to our deployed US Service Members? You can do so from the comfort of your home. You can provide this support through the Soldiers’ Angels Chaplains Support Team. Items might include non-denominational letters to distribute to service members, as well as gifts and supplies that can be easily distributed to service members who may be needing extra support. Because chaplains travel throughout the war zone, working with them helps Soldiers' Angels reach personnel who may be in remote locations, feeling isolated and lonely, and in need of a morale boost. We also strongly encourage these service members to submit their names for adoption through their chaplain. Register as a Team Angel to participate in the Chaplain Support Team today: https://soldiersangels.org/Chaplain-Support-Team.html

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • 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: September 22, 2021
  • Vendor Coordinator Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity. Volunteer works will be 100% phone-related. The Vendor Coordinator Volunteer will have the following duties: · Recruit vendors for special events through, target, identify, screen and recruit target prospective vendor partners · Use negotiation skills with current Vendors · Make sure vendor agreements and payments are completed. · Manage vendor relations inbox, communication, and engage with vendors. · Respond to vendor inquiries and requests in a timely manner. · Coordinate resolutions based on needs and requests. · Conduct online research and cold call vendors to collect missing information. · Help desk for vendors to onboard them and maintain successful relationships · Work collaboratively with the organization board of directors to build and maintain a solid, trusted database of vendor partners

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Youth Service-Learning Coordinator Volunteer

    Youth Service-Learning Coordinator Volunteer will: Be between ages 18-24 Work directly with and oversee youth-led board of directors Give guidance to youth-led board of directors Give guidance to youth-lead created projects Provide guidance through leadership skills Oversee active projects by board of directors in community Be actively involved Make sure project goals are met This is a virtual volunteer opportunity. Please note for COVID-19: We are observing COVID-19 safety.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Millennial & Gen-Z non-profit seeking diverse leaders to join our Outreach team!

    As recent partners of The PowerMBA Global and the internationally accredited Shaw Academy, our organisation's mission utilizes curated programs to ensure a more level playing field in order to close the gap of financial literacy. We're a diverse millennial & gen-z non-profit hypeOrg -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. That being said, we are seeking leaders in the fields below for positions on our Advisory Council: STEM/ STEAM crypto-finance Law/Political Sciences Real-estate Other than being willing to share your knowledge , you must: be organised with great attention to detail be comfortable meeting and speaking with many people of various backgrounds be 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 dialling in for our board meetings for the time being 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!

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Phone companions needed for older adults (Virtual Opportunity)

    Social Call matches volunteers with older adult participants, aged 60+, across the nation who have reached out to us for a social connection. We make thoughtful matches based on a variety of things from interests and hobbies, to practical considerations, to what interpersonal attributes both might be seeking in a conversation partner. We also take into consideration a number of more abstract concepts, like the individual’s worldview, disposition, conversational style. Many of the older adults enrolled in our program have a strong desire to be matched with a peer and are in need of a volunteer. If you are an older adult, and available to connect with a senior once a week for 30 minute phone calls, please consider reaching out to us. S ocial Call volunteers: - Are matched with an adult 60+ years of age for weekly phone or video visits - Receive training and ongoing support Time Commitment: - 30 min/week, 6 month minimum, plus a brief monthly report. Qualifications: - 18+ years of age - Pass a free background check - Submit two non-family references - Participate in volunteer training via Zoom (approximately 90 minutes) For more information contact Michelle Haines at mhaines@frontporch.net.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Mentor a Child - Start Virtually and Transition to In-Person (OR, WA applicants only)

    Great Life Mentoring is celebrating 20 years of enriching the lives of children and mentors! 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 Children between the ages of 7-18 and facing adverse circumstances. Our kids 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 Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA areas. We will work with you virtually until the pandemic is over, and then you will be ready to meet your new friend face to face. The application is online, the interview and training can be 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 Mentor in our program you will: Get to choose the child you'd like to help Be able to choose the day, time and place Have fun 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: September 22, 2021
  • Metro Detroit Youth Clubs Academic Mentor (Online)

    Online Academic Mentor Program Connecting community volunteers with local youth from Metro Detroit Youth Clubs to build academic capacity and community connection. Program Expectations & Information for Prospective Volunteers: Connection through safe and friendly experience for MDYC youth, while assisting with academic support Consistent and present attendance during regularly scheduled matched time period with Club member via Zoom Commitment to 1:1 academic mentor/mentee match for 1 hour/week during a consistent mutually agreed upon set time during the afternoons. Zoom program is facilitated by MYDC staff through use of monitored Zoom Breakout Rooms Steps to become a Volunteer Online Academic Mentor with MDYC: Complete this Google Form (link) to Apply as a Volunteer: https://forms.gle/cee69n2z2ZkXFRLK7 Confirmation email/phone call will follow and then the steps below: Submit information for background check Complete Club Volunteer safety policies Complete Club Volunteer safety training videos Attend Volunteer Orientation (via Zoom) Get matched and get started! For more information email rachel.frank@miclubs.org

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Does Burbank have talent? Teach it, virtually, to a kid impacted by chronic illness!

    with CoachArt

    Did you know there are kids impacted by chronic illness in Burbank who want to learn about YOUR art or athletic hobby? Patients in childrens' hospitals have access to great extracurricular programs in the hospital. But when they move to outpatient and go home, the social workers worry about the impact of those programs disappearing. That's where CoachArt comes in -- and where YOU can come in. The kids sign up with CoachArt and say what they want to learn..... Then we have an online platform where you can: complete your online training see a map of the CoachArt kids in your area and what they want to learn schedule a match directly with the parents on the platform

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • We promise to try to be the most convenient, accessible way for you to help a sick child

    with CoachArt

    There are kids in and near Beverly Hills who are impacted by chronic illness and want to be matched with you! 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 near you by location or activity choice - schedule a match directly with the parents

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • TED Translator

    As a TED Translator, you get access to our unique, supportive community and cutting-edge content, to help you sharpen your language skills and spark positive change in the world. TED Translators use a free online subtitling tool to subtitle talks and connect with fellow volunteers around the world! Responsibilities Translate: Accurately transfer the speaker’s ideas contained in the original language into the target language. Transcribe: Create original language subtitles for TEDx talks. Review: Ensure translated/transcribed subtitles meet all requirements for publishing, and provide feedback on fellow volunteers’ work. Collaborate: Connect with peers and mentors through TED Translators initiatives, such as our Mentoring program. Requirements Volunteer translators should be fluent in both source and target languages. Volunteer transcribers should be fluent in the transcription language. Volunteers should be knowledgeable of TED subtitling best practices. Perks & Benefits Get credited for your published subtitles on TED's video player and your special TED profile page. Work on fascinating content and develop your language skills. Participate in giveaway contests and virtual TED events. Action Required: Apply to become a TED Translator today at ted.com/translate and include this link on Volunteer Match to indicate where you learned about the TED Translators program. Once your application is approved, you will receive a welcome email including helpful resources to get you started!

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Donations Coordinator

    Donations Coordinator will: Make phone calls to small and large businesses to collect donations and/or sponsorships Please note for COVID-19: We are observing COVID-19 safety.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • 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: September 23, 2021
  • Help Reduce Social Isolation Among Seniors through Friendly Calls!

    The Neighbor Network is seeking virtual volunteers for our Friendly Calls Program to reduce social isolation! Volunteers are matched with seniors for regular friendly telephone conversation to build friendships and keep older adults connected to community resources. We ask that volunteers commit to at least 3 months but hope that is just the beginning of a friendship. Calls can occur on any day of the week and at any regular schedule that both the volunteer and the older adult agree to. Most matches talk once every other week but some talk less frequently and some talk more frequently. Please sign up for our next training on October 1st at 1:00 pm EDT here: https://www.mobilize.us/neighbornetwork/event/417000/ Volunteers will be calling older adults living in NYC but we welcome volunteers from anywhere!

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Frontend / front-end Developer (css/html/js) needed - for free live-learning platform!

    We're in need of people who are enthusiastic about education, education equality, the latest ideas and pushing boundaries to join our team and help create huge positive change! We are looking for people who want to join this incredible journey of enabling skills, knowledge, ideas and passions to be exchanged worldwide without needing money! What are we looking for? Front end developer (CSS / HTML / JS) About 8Billionminds 8Billionminds is the first worldwide live-learning platform. This means that 8Billionminds enables people around the world to speak, learn and share from each other without needing any money. So lessons can be in absolutely anything, from Spanish to Quantum Mechanics to anything in the human mind. We provide all the online learning tools such as a virtual whiteboard all for free. Please follow us here: https://www.facebook.com/8billionminds https://www.facebook.com/groups/8billionminds https://www.instagram.com/8billionminds/ and see the site in development: www.8billionminds.com Hope to hear from you soon! To speed things up, please apply here, and also send your cv to hello@8billionminds.com

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Telephone conversations with an older adult - (Virtual Opportunity)

    This is a beautiful opportunity to connect with an older adult over the telephone once a week. Spend some time getting to know each other, sharing your life stories, experiences, challenges, dreams, and goals. Or, have conversations rich in history, arts, travel, education, philosophy, current events, cooking, sports, you name it! Social Call works to make thoughtful matches between a volunteer and an older adult by considering similarities, differences, dispositions, worldviews, and conversational styles. S ocial Call volunteers: - Are matched with an adult 60+ years of age for weekly phone visits - Receive training and ongoing support Time Commitment: - 30 min/week, 6 month minimum, plus a brief online monthly report. Qualifications: - 18+ years of age - Pass a free background check - Submit two non-family references - Participate in volunteer training via Zoom (approximately 90 minutes) For more information contact Michelle Haines at mhaines@frontporch.net.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Virtual Opportunity to Read with Kids - VELLO Online Reading Program!

    Tutoring Starts mid-October, 2021 The VELLO reading program offers volunteers an easy way to read with kids and make a big impact. No previous teaching or tutoring experience is required! Volunteers will provide 1:1 reading support for 30min each week to 1st- 3rd grade students in Maricopa County. You can volunteer from anywhere with an Internet connection; office/work place, home, smart phone, laptop, PC, etc. 25 minute online training and online background check. No experience necessary! Volunteer from anywhere and any device with an Internet connection using Zoom! (Website enabled access, no download needed) Time commitment: 30min, once each week or so. Choose your own schedule!

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Healthcare Outreach and Education in Ghana - VOLTA Region

    Be inspired to make a different as a health care and education volunteer in Ghana. Alpha Step Organization's healthcare out reach and education project empowers to join special week-long campaign to contribute to the health well-being of Ghanaian people living in rural areas. volunteers help test, treat local people for malaria, TB and provide other important community healthcare services and education.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Help Raise $$$ For This Worthy Cause!

    We need help raising money! We're looking for an outgoing, creative individual that can find us donors, grants, and plan events.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Fundraising Volunteer

    If you are looking for a volunteer opportunity that’s challenging and rewarding, this is the position for you! Join our team as a Fundraising Volunteer and help build a financial foundation for the ASO so we can ensure people with Autism/Asperger’s (ASD-Level1) and their families continue to get the FREE help they need! What skills and experience you can gain from this role: Research funding opportunities and write funding requests as required Engage, motivate and facilitate supporters and donors to maximize funds raised Recruit and inspire new supporters to raise/donate money while maintaining and developing relationships with existing supporters and donors Organize traditional fundraising activities (events/online giving) while developing and helping to implement new and imaginative fundraising activities Develop and coordinate web-based fundraising, online auctions, merchandise sales etc., Ensure major donors and/or companies are kept informed of progress/key milestones and recognized/thanked appropriately Raise awareness of the ASO and its work at local and provincial levels What are we looking for from you: Self-starter with excellent communication skills both verbally and written Dedicated, organized, and have perseverance with proven ability to spot and take advantage of donation opportunities Experience with project management and event planning Experience working or volunteering in non-profit organizations Experience with fundraising projects would be an asset Education in Fundraising Management is preferred Technology Capabilities Requirement: Remote access ability. You will be required to use your own computer/laptop and will be given access to an ASO gmail account that you will use to conduct all ASO- related correspondence. You must be familiar with online web-conferencing tools (e.g., Zoom, Google Meet). Time commitment: 5-15 hours/per week (remote) Screening Requirements: Resume, Interview, Reference Check Duration: Ongoing with expectation for at least a 6 month duration. The ASO is a small charity with big heart! We don’t receive any government funding and rely on volunteers like YOU to carry out our mission. We operate virtually so that we can direct our money to where it’s best used - providing help to those who need it! All of our services are offered FREE of charge.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! -Community Service Hours Available!

    Okay volunteers, Savannah has created her newest and biggest volunteer opportunity program! About us: My Charity 4 Kid’s was created in honor of Savannah Chesney born 8/16/1996. She was Born blind and later diagnosed with ASPERGER’S SYNDROME. Savannah’s Dad and her brother Matthew are her Super HERO’S! Doctors gave her little Hope for vision or for any cognitive abilities. Today! Savannah is legally blind, can see her Dad, is a computer savvy video maker editor, has her own YouTube Channel and the creator of Savannah’s Cards 4 Kids, Cakes 4 Kids, and Now Savannah’s Superhero Cookies! -Super HERO Card's- Create your Cards for anyone that you think is a Super Hero for doing something Special or for being a Hero to someone. Be sure to take Pictures and or a short video clip showing your Super hero and Why he|she should be Honored by us on our Web Site! It can be Anyone! Friend's ,Family,School students, Work place people,Fire Fighters,Police Officers ,someone you read about in the News. Tell Savannah who your Super HERO is and why! And get listed on her website Gallery! WWW.MyCharity4kids.org MONTHLY WINNERS for My Hero stories, read about it on our website. * Our cookies will be made with: Super ALL-NATURAL ingredients Gluten FREE Organic and/or NON-GMO ingredients Compassion in EVERY BITE! WE will be Offering our Cookies to Volunteers as part of the Super HERO Cookie Program.Volunteers will set up their Bake SALE! A Small Donation will be asked for our -ALL NATURAL COOKIES- 1-2 Dozen Cookies per Volunteer. -Be one of America’s Super Hero’s- Whose HERO were you TODAY? * Community Service Hours available for this volunteer opportunity. Be part of America’s Newest, Biggest, and most Exciting Volunteer opportunity ever created! Written and created by Savannah ,Mark and Matthew Chesney; volunteer@mycharity4kids. (c) 2018 by My Charity 4 Kids/Volunteer One. All Rights Reserved

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Grant Coordinator

    with I AM, Inc

    Acquire and maintain sound knowledge and understanding of the organization, and use that knowledge and understanding to better comprehend all projects and programs for which grants will be sought and to recommend the seeking of grants. − Research grant-making organizations and analyze them to identify likely funding sources for specific projects and programs. − Compile, write, and edit all grant applications exhibiting strong expository writing skills and a high-level command of grammar and spelling. − Review the budget of a project or program for which funding is sought and make recommendations to better present it to grant-making organizations. − Develop individual grant proposals in accordance with each grant-making organization's preferences and follow exactly each grant-making organization's guidelines. − Keep in contact with grant-making organizations during their review of a submitted grant application in order to be able to supply additional supportive material. − Manage the process of supplying progress reports when required by a grant-making organization that has funded a project or program.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! Service Hrs. Available

    -Community Service Hours Available! Okay volunteers, Welcome to Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! -Super HERO Card's- Create your Cards for anyone that you think is a Super Hero for doing something Special or for being a Hero to someone. It can be Anyone! Friends, Family, School friends, Work, someone you read about in the News. Tell Savannah who your Super HERO is and why! And get listed on her website. WWW.MyCharity4kids.org -Be one of America’s Super Hero’s-. Whose HERO were you TODAY? volunteer@mycharity4kids. 561.223.9717 (c) 2018 by My Charity 4 Kids/Volunteer One. All Rights Reserved Our non-GMO Pledge: We at My Charity 4 Kids & Volunteer One believe that you, our volunteers and the public, have the "Right to Know" what is inside their food. We pledge to offer only the highest quality of non-GMO/Organic ingredients will be used in our Cakes 4 Kids Program! This program is a FANTASTIC way to earn Community Service Hours! Set up a Bake Sale at your School, Church or Organization/Company! Sign up to receive the Info PDF Packet and begin baking! See you soon! -Volunteer One 561.223.9717 www.mycharity4kids.org

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Social Media Creator: Manage Platforms for Major International Foundation to End Sexual Assault

    Take Back The Night Foundation serves 3000+ colleges and other advocacy groups for the last 50+ years, providing support to survivors of sexual assault and working to end sexual violence for all people around the world. We seek a social media brand creator with dedication, commitment, and talent to take our platforms to the next level and expand our reach. Requirements: Proven ability and determination to elevate and manage social media platforms Experience with Canva Acumen in understanding branding and utilizing a style guide This is a virtual position, requiring a minimum of 10-15 hours a week. If you are interested fill out this JotForm: https://form.jotform.com/201045904813145

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • G.I.R.L.S. Leadership Development Group Mentor

    with I AM, Inc

    Participate in two group mentoring sessions each month lasting at least 1.5 hours per session Work collaboratively with Group Leader to set up and restore meeting area, serve refreshments, and distribute handouts and supplies. Participate in workshops by advising, sharing with, and listening to mentees. Assist with check-in and check-out process at each session. Participate in special program wide events and projects such as community service projects and leadership workshops and experiential learning activities. Attend Group Mentor initial training and participate in any additional training and planning meetings during the program year. Participate in a year-end program evaluation meeting. Engage in 1:1 mentoring as requested/needed. Time Committment 3 to 4.5 hrs. a month We are providing opportunities that may no longer be available with in person community groups and/or school settings.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! -Community Service Hours Available!

    -Community Service Hours Available! Okay volunteers, Welcome to Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! -Super HERO Card's- Create your Cards for anyone that you think is a Super Hero for doing something Special or for being a Hero to someone. It can be Anyone! Friends, Family, School friends, Work, someone you read about in the News. Tell Savannah who your Super HERO is and why! And get listed on her website. WWW.MyCharity4kids.org -Be one of America’s Super Hero’s-. Whose HERO were you TODAY? volunteer@mycharity4kids. 561.223.9717 (c) 2018 by My Charity 4 Kids/Volunteer One. All Rights Reserved

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • G.I.R.L.S. Leadership Development Group Leader

    with I AM, Inc

    Host two program sessions each month lasting at least 1.5 hours per session excluding set up and clean up. The Group Leaders must be present at each session. Use approved curriculum and learning activities for each session. Work collaboratively with the Program Coordinator to ensure proper resources are available for the program activities. This includes: reserving the facility, bringing handouts, refreshments, and supplies to the sessions. Set up for each session; clean up after each session. Manage the check-in/check-out process. At least one Group Leader or Mentor must remain present with participants until they check-out with the parents. Research, evaluate, and make recommendations for program improvement Facilitate workshops or secure appropriate guest speakers (Guest speakers must be pre-approved by the Executive Directors.) Complete and submit evaluation, attendance, and program summary forms no more than five days after each session. Participate in special program wide events and projects such as community service, leadership workshops and experiential learning activities. Remain in contact with and respond to all correspondence from the Executive Directors in a timely manner. Keep Executive Directors informed of all meeting, project, and event information and schedule deviations. Attend Group Leader initial training and participate in any additional training and planning meetings during the program year. Follow up on client referrals to onboard girls into the group. Make at least three (3) attempts to onboard the client. Participate in a year-end program evaluation meeting. Group Leaders may be eligible for a stipend at the end of the program

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Get Out the Vote Text Bank Saturday, October 30 for General Elections 12:00 - 4:00 pm

    NYC Votes will host a nonpartisan Get Out the Vote Text Bank to promote voter turnout for the citywide General Election on Tuesday November 2. This November, every citywide office is on the ballot. This is our chance to choose leaders who can help our city once again recover and rebuild. Join us as we prepare voters for these important elections Volunteers will be sent links to participate remotely. You can participate from home on your computer or mobile device. We’ll host a training at the start of each session to answer all of your questions.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Volunteer needed to research grant proposal opportunities

    NJPC is in need of a volunteer to help us research and identif potential revenue And grant proposals for our services and supports including information and referral, advocacy, education, Direct services, support groups and evaluation.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Fundraising

    We need expert fundraising volunteers to run fundraising campaigns around the nation for disaster response and recovery.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Disaster Response Volunteers

    We need volunteers around the nation to respond to different disasters. They can support us in different response functions that can include preparing and distributing food, emotional and spiritual help among others.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Psychology

    We need volunteer psychologists to help us volunteer after a disaster. One of the biggest factors in the crisis of a disaster is the lack of mental health care. That is why we need you.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • CFO- Chief Financial Officer

    Human Health Project (HHP) is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals increase their health knowledge through the sharing of health information. HHP collects, analyzes, and shares health information to empower and inform individuals to achieve better health outcomes. Our patient-centered approach enables patients and caregivers to choose treatments based on evidence-based clinical data as well as the cumulative knowledge of the HHP community. We envision a world where all people have the information, skills and opportunities to lead healthy lives. For more Information about HHP, please visit our website: https://www.humanhealthproject.org/ Information on HHP IMPACT Program: https://tinyurl.com/ HHP-US-IMPACT CFO RESPONSIBILITIES Volunteer up to 4 hours each week (flexible schedule) Responsible for the development and execution of the organization’s financial management strategy and contributes to the achievement of the organization’s mission and sustainability. Includes direct responsibility for accounting, finance, forecasting, strategic planning, contract negotiation, and assisting the CEO and CDO with fundraising. Draft prospective partnership budgets, including determining cost effectiveness. Assess the benefits of all prospective contracts and advise the Executive Team on programmatic design and implementation matters. Ensure adequate purchasing controls are implemented and substantiating documentation is approved and available to pass independent and governmental audits. Provide the CEO with an operating budget. Work with the CEO to ensure program success through cost analysis support, and compliance with all contractual and program requirements. Oversee the management and coordination of all fiscal reporting activities for the organization including: organizational revenue/expense and balance sheet reports, reports to funding agencies, development and monitoring of organizational and contract/grant budgets. Oversee all purchasing and payroll activity for staff and participants. Develop and maintain systems of internal controls to safeguard financial assets of the organization and oversee federal awards and programs. Oversee the coordination and activities of independent auditors ensuring all audit issues are resolved. Remain current on changes within the legal, regulatory, economic, and technology environments, which may affect the financial and administrative operations of the organization. Interprets implications of changes in local, state, and federal regulations and legislation as they apply to areas of responsibility. Attend Board and Subcommittee meetings; including being the lead staff on the Audit/Finance Committee. Monitor banking activities of the organization. Oversee the production of monthly reports including reconciliations with funders, financial statements and cash flow projections for use by Executive management, as well as the Audit/Finance Committee and Board of Directors. Oversee Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable and ensure a disaster recovery plan is in place. Oversee the maintenance of the inventory of all fixed assets, including assets purchased with government funds (computers, etc.) assuring all are in accordance with federal regulations. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES IPO or DPO experience Not-for-profit accounting in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, OMB Circulars A-133, A-110 and A-122, TANF program regulations and compliance requirements, and appropriate Code of Federal Regulations sections. General office software, particularly the G Suite Ability to: Foster and cultivate business opportunities and partnerships. Create and assess financial statements and budget documents. Recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including funding organizations, the Board of Directors, local community advocates, participants, and employers. Supervise staff, including regular progress reviews and plans for improvement. Communicate effectively in both written and verbal form. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Education: Completion of a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university or equivalent work experience. Completion of a master's degree at an accredited college or university or equivalent work experience. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred. Experience: The Controller or Chief Financial Officer level. Five to seven years of financial experience and management experience with the day-to-day financial operations of an organization of at least 50 staff persons. Any equivalent combination of education and experience determined to be acceptable.

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021

Local Opportunities (36,324 volunteers needed)

  • Fight Hunger! Volunteer Site Leader in Daly City every Wednesday of month, 9a-12:30p

    155 Oriente StreetMid-Pen Boys and Girls ClubDaly City, CA 94014
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    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 Mid-Pen Boys and Girls Club in Daly City. 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: September 23, 2021
  • Fight Hunger! Food Distribution at Taft Elementary School- Redwood City

    Taft Elementary School903 Tenth Ave.Redwood City, CA 94063
    Wed, September 8, 2021 - Wed, October 13, 2021

    Food Distribution at Taft Elementary School Wednesday September 8th, from 1:45pm-4:45pm 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=0011I00001IqtdXQAR 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: September 23, 2021
  • 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: September 23, 2021
  • 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: $1,700 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: September 23, 2021
  • Check In On Your Neighbors

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

    Calling all Neighbors! Check in on your neighbors to see if they need help making their vaccine appointment. By signing up, you are pledging to do this simple yet impactful task. Remember, limiting in person contact is necessary, so call or text if you can. If you want to check on a neighbor and don’t have their number, you can talk through the door. Making connections safely is more important than ever! We'll email a sample door hanger once you sign up! Don’t forget to post your stories on social media using the hashtag #CaliforniansforAll, #MyTurnVolunteer and #VaccinateALL58

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Join My Turn - Volunteer Campaign to Vaccinate California

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

    California Volunteers is calling on all Californians to sign up for My Turn - Volunteer and join the campaign to Vaccinate ALL 58. Californians are encouraged to participate in their communities. Vaccination clinics are in urgent need of medical and general support volunteers to help meet the daily needs of vaccine administration. Volunteers like you are helping save lives and slow the spread of COVID-19. By clicking "I Want to Help," you will receive an email from My Turn - Volunteer that directs you to register your interest and find volunteer opportunities today. Thank you in advance for stepping up to #VaccinateAll58. My Turn - Volunteer Team Requirements - Must be at least 18. - Orientation and Training - Each Clinic may have their own additional screening & training requirements to complete in advance of your arrival on site.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Volunteer to get America Vaccinated!

    Your CommunityNationwide, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The COVID-19 Vaccine is here and now it's up to all of us to get the country vaccinated as quickly and safely as possible. It's a challenge that can only be met if everyone does their part. Are you interested in joining the cause? Select 'I Want To Help' on this page to become part of our registry. Medical experience is fantastic but not required. It's estimated that up to three non-medical volunteers will be needed for every one medical expert volunteer. Sign up now and you'll receive an email with further instructions regarding finding opportunities in your local area.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Lead a Social Impact Project in Your City (Virtual)

    202 Walnut StRedwood City, CA 94063
    Fri, October 1, 2021 - Fri, December 17, 2021

    ~Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with a deadline of September 26th, 2021~ Learn more and apply here: https://ycore.org/apply YCore is a social impact fellowship for young professionals. Impact your community, gain hands-on nonprofit experience, expand your network and build your impact toolbox-all outside of work. How it works: - Nonprofit experience: build capacity for a local nonprofit in teams of five - Workshops: gain exposure to the social sector while learning skills like design thinking and fundraising - Community: join a community of like-minded change-makers and friends

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Become a Bilingual Crisis Counselor and support people across the country in Spanish!

    All Across United StatesNationwide, TX 77449
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Did you know that only 5.5% of mental health services are administered in Spanish? That’s why Crisis Text Line is launching the first crisis-response service of its kind in the United States, providing free, 24/7 support for Spanish speakers via text message. And, you can be part of it all. Currently, Crisis Text Line supports about 4,000 people in crisis daily in English. Research shows that language is a primary barrier preventing Spanish speakers in the US from accessing mental health services. We’re excited to launch our service with your support in order to increase access to mental health services for the Latine community. Words hold power. They can unite, inspire, comfort, and heal. As a volunteer Crisis Counselor, you can use your words to support people in their moments of pain. Join us to launch this service as a bilingual volunteer Crisis Counselor and provide mental health support for Spanish-speaking texters all across the country. What is the process for becoming a Crisis Counselor? Step 1: Fill out an application at crisistextline.org/words Step 2: Consent to a background check Step 3: Take a quick language assessment Step 3: Complete a web-based training that is led by a Crisis Counselor Coach Step 4: Take your first shift and start supporting people in crisis! What you'll get out of this experience: This is also a unique opportunity to build something with us and for your community! You'll learn and develop your skills in active listening, collaborative problem solving, and crisis management all from the comfort of your home (these skills can help in your personal relationships too!). Many of our Crisis Counselors also highlight Training and their volunteer experience on their resumes and LinkedIn profiles. Ready to apply? Click the "I Want To Help" button to get started! Learn more about this opportunity at crisistextline.org/words If you have any questions, please email info@crisistextline.org Crisis Text Line is an equal opportunity organization. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and Crisis Counselors.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Advocate for equity in Alzheimer's care!

    Alameda CountyOakland, Alameda, San Leandro, CA 94557
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Help us reduce disparities in Alzheimer's and other dementia by becoming an Alzheimer's advocacy volunteer! The Alzheimer's Association is leading the way to reduce disparities in Alzheimer's and all other dementia - by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and improving access to quality dementia care and support. With grassroots help from passionate volunteers like you, we've passed critical legislation and increased federal funding for Alzheimer's research five-fold since 2011. But our work isn’t done and we need dedicated advocates like you to build on this success in Congress and in every state capital. We’ll train you to advocate in a variety of ways, some of which take just an hour or two every few months. Whatever your experience and availability, we’re eager to have you on our advocacy team! Alzheimer's State Champions: cultivate multifaceted, year-round relationships with their state legislators and their office staff. Alzheimer's Ambassadors: develop deep, one-to-one relationships with their Member of Congress and their office staff. Alzheimer's Congressional Team Members: bring their own unique stories, relationships and skills to complement the work of an Ambassador. Requirements: Advocacy volunteers must have a direct, personal experience with Alzheimer's or other dementia, and be willing to share it with elected officials and others. Statistics and reason simply aren’t enough; it takes authentic, deeply felt, one-to-one communication from constituents like you to move the hearts and minds of members of Congress and state legislators. We will show you how to tell your personal story in ways that build bridges and create positive change. Please be sure to describe your connection to Alzheimer's disease in your response; applications without this information may not receive a response. Please also provide your home address, so that we can determine if you live in a legislative district where we are currently seeking volunteers. What Do Advocacy Volunteers Do? Advocates help advance Alzheimer's research, care and support by: 1. Cultivating positive relationships with their Member of Congress, state legislators and staff. 2. Meeting with their legislators in the district several times per year; while physical distancing is in place, meetings are being held by phone and video. 3. Proactively taking steps to interact with their legislators about Alzheimer’s throughout the year by attending events, writing personal letters and emails, writing letters to the editor or interacting on social media. 4. Reporting all legislative interactions on our advocacy website, www.alzimpact.org. 5. Participating in regular meetings (currently being held by video) to share information and coordinate activities with Alzheimer's Association staff and other advocacy volunteers in your area. 6. All advocates are encouraged to attend our annual Advocacy Day at the State Capitol in Sacramento in February and our National Advocacy Forum in Washington, DC in the spring. Ambassadors are expected to attend the Advocacy Forum and State Champions are expected to attend State Advocacy Day. To learn more about the Forum, visit www.alz.org/forum. Please be sure to describe your connection to Alzheimer's disease in your response; applications without this information may not receive a response. Please also provide your home address, so that we can determine if you live in a legislative district where we are currently seeking volunteers. Thank you for your interest in helping to create a world without Alzheimer's and all other dementia!

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Help Finish Building the Tiny House Village for Homeless Youth!!!

    633 Hegenberger RoadOakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Come help us finish building the Tiny House Empowerment Village, the first village of tiny houses for homeless youth in the U.S.! We have several big projects left that need to be finished before the Village is complete. These next several builds will be crucial for making the progress we need. We are in need of volunteers to come help out at our volunteer builds, which are held every Saturday at our Village site at 633 Hegenberger Road in Oakland from 9:30 am till 4:00 pm. We provide lunch, water, and snacks. We ask that all volunteers come wearing a mask (there's lots of space to social distance) and sign our volunteer waiver and sign-in sheet (by the snack table) upon arrival. Each build day can involve a variety of projects for both skilled and unskilled volunteers. You don't need construction experience to help out! We are committed to building as safely and carefully as possible. It's our top priority to keep our community of volunteers safe from COVID, and for our builds to pose as little risk as possible for those who choose to show up. To this end, we intend to continue diligently observing social distancing guidelines, limiting the number of volunteers in small spaces at our builds, and serving individually packaged lunches.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Lead a Social Impact Project in Your City (Oakland)

    Oakland, CA 94611
    Wed, October 20, 2021 - Tue, January 18, 2022

    Apply here www.ycore.org/apply YCore, a social impact fellowship for young professionals, gives young professionals the opportunity to use their talent and resources to support meaningful work in their community. Over the course of six months, YCore project leads dedicate a few hours outside of work each week to scope and lead the execution of a 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 a network of like-minded changemakers. All YCore workshops will be virtual and there will be optional in-person activities for community building. Our nonprofit partners are located in San Francisco, the Peninsula, and the East Bay, but we welcome applications from outside the Bay Area! How it works: Nonprofit experience: build capacity for a local nonprofit in teams of five Workshops: gain exposure to the social sector and explore your purpose while learning skills like systems thinking and fundraising Community: join a community of like-minded changemakers and friends Learn more and apply here: https://ycore.org/bay-area ~Apply by September 12th and be guaranteed an interview ~

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Put Your Skills To Work For Social Impact (SF)

    995 Market St.San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94103
    Wed, October 20, 2021 - Tue, January 18, 2022

    ~Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with a deadline of September 26th, 2021~ Learn more and apply here: https://ycore.org/apply Good news! Based on popular demand, we've extended our deadline for Fall Fellows and Project Leads. Apply today and spread the word if you are looking to be part of solutions to issues in the Bay Area like affordable housing, the education gap, and disproportionate policing.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Prenatal Food Pantry Volunteer

    240 Shotwell StSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for a volunteer for our Prenatal Pantry, our weekly food/diaper/formula distribution for our prenatal patients. Please be ready to be able to carry bags (~5-8 pounds each) and lift boxes (with diapers and baby wipes) and keep a list of bags/diapers distributed to our patients. Schedule: Every Tuesday from 1:30PM to 3:30PM 1:30PM: receive delivery 2:00-3:00PM: distribute goods to patients 3:00-3:30PM: bring leftovers to our Pediatrics clinic, if any Location: MNHC Shotwell Clinic, 240 Shotwell St, SF, CA 94105 Contact: Mary Liang- maryliang@mnhc.org or call 415 552 3870 and ask for Mary Liang.

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • 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. When you click "I want to help," you'll receive a phone call from us that connects you to a food bank in your community. #CaliforniansforAll

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Palo Alto: Help children displaced from school by Covid-19 as a Community Outreach Team Lead

    Palo Alto and VicinityPalo Alto, CA 94301
    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: September 23, 2021
  • 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: September 23, 2021
  • AmeriCorps VISTA Member - Californians for All

    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Wed, September 15, 2021 - Tue, November 30, 2021

    Program Start/End Date:  12/6/21 to 12/5/22 Work Schedule: Full-time Education Level: High school diploma/GED Age Requirement: 18 (minimum); no maximum Description:   Are you a passionate problem solver ready to step up and meet the moment through a year of service?    As part of the #CaliforniansForAll initiative, California Volunteers, Office of the Governor, is recruiting for AmeriCorps VISTA members to strengthen the volunteer infrastructure of partnering organizations, including food banks and other nonprofits. With these efforts, C alifornians living in poverty will have greater access to the help they need as nonprofits and government agencies across California utilize volunteers more effectively to expand and improve services.  The purpose of the #CaliforniansForAll initiative is to create a robust statewide volunteer infrastructure to effectively mobilize and deploy Californians across the state to assist with pressing state and local challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond .  Time Commitment:   Full Time (40 hours/week) from December 6, 2021 - December 5, 2022.  This is a stipend position with AmeriCorps VISTA. Learn more at  https://americorps.gov/members-volunteers/vista     Duties:   Build volunteer recruitment and management systems for partnering organizations based on gap assessment;   Screen, place, and onboard volunteers recruited through #CaliforniansForAll at food banks and partnering agencies (including recurring scheduling/follow up);  Track and collect volunteer data, including preparing reports and analysis for the partnering organizations/California Volunteers;  Assess the volunteer needs of partnering organizations and identify potentially new, different ways to engage volunteers to better accomplish program goals;  Assist partnering organizations with the posting of their volunteer opportunities on the #CaliforniansForAll VolunteerMatch online platform;  Assist partnering organizations with the coordination and implementation of volunteer management practices;  Serve as a volunteer liaison between the State (California Volunteers) and partnering organizations, including communicating volunteer needs and impacts to both partners;  Assist with securing funding resources for program services; and  Create a sustainability plan with partnering organizations that documents specific steps and parameters of continual volunteer usage.  Service Locations: VISTA Member would be serving in one of these counties - Community Action Agency of Butte County ( Butte County), The Food Bank of Nevada County (Nevada County), Los Angeles Regional Food Bank (Los Angeles County), LA Works (Los Angeles County), Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County (San Bernardino County), Food Bank of Santa Barbara County (Santa Barbara County), Yolo Food Bank (Yolo County), Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz County), Center for Volunteer & Non Profit Leadership (Marin County), FIND Food Bank (Riverside County), Central California Food Bank (Fresno County). Benefits:   Living Allowance paid biweekly ( $14,960   - $29,920   per year depending on location of service)  The Segal Education Award ($6,345) or Cash Stipend ($1,800) upon successful completion of service  Non-competitive eligibility to federal jobs upon completion of service  Health Care Benefit  Tele-health benefit Relocation Benefit (if applicable)  Childcare (if applicable)  Leave Time (10 days personal, 10 days sick/medical, paid holidays) Possible forbearance or deferment of qualified student loans  A network of over 220,000 AmeriCorps VISTA members and alums    Minimum Qualifications:   Be 18 years or older  Be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, Lawful Permanent Resident or person legally residing in a state that have one of the following legal residency classifications: refugee, asylum or asylee, or temporary protected status.  Pass a national service criminal history check  Two references (through My AmeriCorps application)  Please note the application process is managed by AmeriCorps. Applications will only be accepted through the My AmeriCorps portal. Desired Qualifications:    A passion for volunteerism and community engagement  Experience working with diverse communities   Strong attention to detail and manages competing priorities effectively  Fluency in another language used commonly in California  How to Apply:   Applications accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled. Complete Application via: https://forms.office.com/g/2ZzMUzBxJn Email resume and cover letter to: vista@californiavolunteers.ca.gov Please add "VISTA APPLICATION" and your Zip Code in the subject line.  Complete/Submit application on AmeriCorps Portal: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=107015

    Date Posted: September 23, 2021
  • Volunteer as a Driver - Deliver Hope

    569 Terry A Francois BlvdSan Francisco, CA 94158
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Ever wanted to help save a life? This is an amazing volunteer opportunity to deliver lifesaving blood to those in need. Be our mission in action by helping others when they need it most. As a Driver, you will deliver life-saving blood products from Red Cross distribution facilities to hospitals, using a Red Cross-owned vehicle. Time Commitment: At least 1 shift/month (typical shift is about 4 hours) Volunteers needed 7 days/week, for 4 hour (flexible) blocks of time from 6 am-9pm. Qualifications: Have a valid state driver's license and clean driving record Can lift a box from a vehicle to a hand cart (may weigh up to 45 lbs.) This is a great opportunity to volunteer with a family member. Drivers can be assisted by Navigators, who can ride in the vehicle and assist with directions or in any other way needed. Masks, hand sanitizer, and other sanitary items will be provided for any volunteers. Help is needed now, more than ever, due to COVID-19. Interested? Apply here: https://volunteerconnection.redcross.org/?nd=lead&a=2336&h=155&p=829952

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Volunteer to be a Friendly Visitor at Harper Crossing!

    3132 Martin Luther King Junior WayBerkeley, CA 94703
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Do you want to provide companionship and bring joy to seniors in your community? Volunteer as a friendly visitor with SAHA! We are looking for a volunteer who enjoys art projects, play games, or listen to music to come visit one of our amazing residents! This is a wonderful opportunity to really make an impact in a senior’s life. Ideal schedule: Monday, Wednesday, or Thursday anytime before noon. Respond Here: https://sahahomes.galaxydigital.com/need/detail/?need_id=624194 Requirements: Ongoing SAHA Community Volunteers must commit to volunteer once a week for a minimum of 4 months, and must complete a volunteer orientation, volunteer forms and background screening prior to beginning their placement. About SAHA: Satellite Affordable Housing Associates is committed to providing quality, service-enriched, affordable housing in the bay area. Our Community Engagement Program aims to connect SAHA’s residents with the surrounding neighborhood through innovative, high impact, and responsive programs that forge mutually beneficial relationships. By providing consistent, volunteer-led programming, we hope to build community at each of our properties while offering accessible socialization opportunities. Visit www.sahahomes.org for more information!

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Newark volunteers needed to work 1-on-1, virtually, with a kid impacted by chronic illness

    with CoachArt
    35501 Cedar BlvdNewark, CA 94560
    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. Newark kids have told us what they want to learn -- and you don't have to be an expert to teach them! 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: September 22, 2021
  • Food Pantry Intern-Bilingual (Cantonese Or Spanish)

    3543 - 18th St., #8Between Guerrero and ValenciaSan 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.The ideal candidate will be sociable, patient and understanding with an interest in supporting the local community. 6 hours per week. Mondays and Thursdays from 8am-11am. Responsibilities include: Assist with on-site food pantry registration and participant sign in. Assist with delegating tasks to volunteers through Food Pantry Coordinator Help with assisting any organizations that table at the food pantry. Occasionally assist with mitigating any conflict among participants and/or volunteer staff Line monitoring Qualifications: Someone with excellent oral and written skills in Cantonese Or Spanish. Preferred knowledge or experience with marginalized communities various immigrant communities and elder populations. Problem solver that feels confident in mitigating conflict.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • 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 8 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 map of the kids in your area and what they want to learn - schedule a match directly with the parents

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Grant writer. Fund develop

    2601 Mission Street Suite 500San Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The covid-19 pandemic has delivered a serious blow to the health of the nation’s nonprofits, Círculo de Vida (CDV) included. Nonetheless, CDV staff remain committed to supporting our many clients during this challenging and scary time. This year has been like no other, filled with challenges and changes in lifestyle no one could have imagined. During difficult times the poor and low-income often suffer the most. The COVID-19 pandemic is no different. The impact of COVID-19 on our clients has been substantial. While the virus infects all regardless of socioeconomic status, our clients are seeing a greater impact due to longstanding economic hardships, crowded living conditions, the presence of chronic disease, and compromised immune systems due to cancer treatments. We need assistance in fundraising to rehire staff and add new staff.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Volunteers in Menlo Park needed to teach piano and bring smiles to a child with chronic illness

    with CoachArt
    100 Terminal AveMenlo Park, CA 94025
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    CoachArt Goes Virtual! In response to the coronavirus pandemic, 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. Kids in your area are waiting to be matched with piano teachers. You have the power to bring joy to a child living with chronic illness. CoachArt lessons improve the social and emotional well-being of kids impacted by chronic illness. Click "I WANT TO HELP!" and we’ll send you more information to get started.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Outside2Inside Food Waste Awareness Ambassador

    1400 BOWE AVEUnit 208Santa Clara, CA 95051
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    ABOUT OUTSIDE2INSIDE: Outside2Inside (O2I) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on reducing food waste through prevention, recovery and recycle through various creative programs. Every year, the United States is wasting approximately 40% of the food we produce. Meanwhile, 42 million Americans are still "food insecure". If our country recovered just 30% of what we’re wasting and provide it to people in need, domestic hunger would be eliminated! Outside2Inside is focused on reducing food waste through prevention, recovery and recycle though various creative programs. We prevent food waste through awareness programs, bringing food waste realization among the community, corporations, and youth/kids. Our Food recovery programs recover the unattractive but otherwise nutritious wonky produce from local farms and serve the deprived, needy in our society. Our recycle programs convert food waste into organic compost and animal feed serving urban households & local farms. Come join us to serve an interesting NPO and help solve Food Waste problems. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES: We are seeking an organized, self-motivated Food Waste Ambassador to join our growing organization in an individual contributor position. In this position, you will be pivotal in spreading O2I’s mission and vision. This person will closely coordinate with the Outside2Inside (O2I) Board. Conduct monthly webinar to spread the mission and vision of O2I. Tailor the webinar content according to the event. Infuse creativity in capturing the audience during the webinars. Come up with innovative ideas to engage community combating food waste through education, fostering long-term attitudinal and behavioral changes regarding food waste reduction. Represent O2I at corporate, school and community events. Promote O2I’s mission and vision during O2I program events like Farm2School, Farm2Work ..etc. Participate & conduct in O2I public events like Earth Day celebration ..etc. Provide Social Media support (promoting events in various social media platforms, create social media content, fundraising ..etc.) Creating instructional materials and short videos to disseminate information on various O2I programs. Create & conduct Food Waste Reduction Certification Program / Workshop. QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Comfortable presenting to smaller and larger audience. Expert in creating educational materials, presentations, flyers, videos etc. Competent in prioritizing and working with little supervision. Self-motivated and trustworthy. Great attention to detail. An ability to remain calm under extreme pressure. Can handle feedback and takes feedback positively. Excellent organizational skills. Being a team player. Willing to show initiative. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). Project Management - Reporting, Data Collection & Analysis. Good knowledge about food waste reduction, compositing. Ability to use Zoom/Microsoft Teams/Google Meet among other similar online communication tools. Experience with Canva or similar tool is preferred. Savvy with social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter). REMOTE WORKING REQUIREMENT A personal desktop or laptop with internet connection. COVID19 IMPACT Outside2Inside currently requires our volunteers to work remotely. In case of occasional face-to-face interaction, Outside2Inside follows the recommended social distancing policy.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Looking for Hospice Volunteers on the Coast

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

    We are looking for hospice volunteers to visit our patients living in the coastal region, around Pacifica and Half Moon Bay area. To become a hospice volunteer the greatest gift one can offer is their time, caring nature and willingness to be present. It's a great opportunity to serve our seniors, while learning new skills and enhancing existing ones. Training and ongoing support are provided to all volunteers, so experience is not required. Volunteers receive comprehensive, self-paced, online training to learn how to meet the emotional and practical needs of hospice patients and their families. ** We are always looking for certified specialists who do massage, music/art/animal therapy or Reiki.** Volunteers may visit with our hospice patients for 1-2 hours a week, socializing and providing companionship, or giving caregivers a break, some time away or time to rest. While volunteers cannot provide clinical or personal care, but they are able to assist with routine tasks and errands, and be a caring companion and compassionate listener to both patients and family members. Volunteering can be as simple as sitting by the bedside, listening with compassion, playing music, reading a book, and as needed, offering compassionate support. Our requirements: Volunteers receive 24 hours of online, self-paced training, plus on-going training and 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. Volunteers work closely with Volunteer Program Coordinator as members of the hospice team. Contact the Volunteer Program Coordinator, Jennifer Fisher, to receive an application and learn more about our comprehensive and enriching online, self-paced training. Email: fishej2@sutterhealth.org Phone: 650-454-4372

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Senior Volunteer & Outreach Manager

    1400 BOWE AVEUnit 208Santa Clara, CA 95051
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    ABOUT OUTSIDE2INSIDE: Outside2Inside (O2I) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on reducing food waste through prevention, recovery and recycle through various creative programs. Every year, the United States is wasting approximately 40% of the food we produce. Meanwhile, 42 million Americans are still "food insecure". If our country recovered just 30% of what we’re wasting and provide it to people in need, domestic hunger would be eliminated! Outside2Inside is focused on reducing food waste through prevention, recovery and recycle though various creative programs. We prevent food waste through awareness programs, bringing food waste realization among the community, corporations, and youth/kids. Our Food recovery programs recover the unattractive but otherwise nutritious wonky produce from local farms and serve the deprived, needy in our society. Our recycle programs convert food waste into organic compost and animal feed serving urban households & local farms. Come join us to serve an interesting NPO and help solve Food Waste problems. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES: We are seeking an organized, self-motivated volunteer manager to join our growing organization for an individual contributor position. In this position, you will manage volunteers, scheduling volunteer interviews, onboarding volunteers, tracking their projects, providing them the tools necessary, managing volunteer time-sheet, conducting & managing all O2I volunteer events. In addition to these activities, the volunteer manager needs to manage the office, create newsletters, magazines, research & summarize articles from the internet & summarize them as the research paper, blogs, social media posts, website contents, etc. As you will provide volunteer support, a positive attitude and attention to detail are a must. This person will closely coordinate with the Outside2Inside (O2I) managers, O2I Board and help our volunteers in the O2I office. Volunteer Management: Supervise volunteers and manage their responsibilities on a weekly basis. Manage volunteer weekly updates by sending reminders, collecting and summarizing them. Create and update volunteer records in databases. Submit timely volunteer reports and prepare presentations/proposals as assigned. Prepare for Volunteer interviews by printing the interview packet (contracts, application form ..etc.). Create and manage Volunteer On-boarding process. Manage all the Volunteer related documents and update them in databases. Conduct a Volunteer Orientation. Create and maintain the Volunteer Handbook with policies & procedures. Outreach Management: Identify and outreach to O2I stakeholders (Corporates, Community, Schools & Universities, Restaurants, Farmers ..etc.) Represent O2I at corporate, school and community events. Promote O2I’s mission and vision during O2I program events like Farm2School, Farm2Work ..etc. Participate & conduct in O2I public events like Earth Day celebration ..etc. Responsible for the success of all of the O2I Volunteer Events. Take responsibility for current O2I program(s) and be open to new O2I programs created and develop, implement programs from scratch (if needed) by working with the O2I board. Provide Social Media support (promoting events in various social media platforms, create social media content, fundraising ..etc.) Summarize Events and write them as blogs, articles, social media posts on the O2I website, social media sites, magazines, newsletters ..etc. QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Interested in our food waste reduction awareness programs and community support programs. Generally interested, passionate, patient individual who is open to exploring new areas. Can work in an ambiguous situation, especially when new programs are created and things have to be developed from scratch. REQUIRED SKILLS Competent in prioritizing and working with little supervision. Be an individual contributor and manage large projects by themselves. Self-motivated and trustworthy. Great attention to detail. An ability to remain calm under extreme pressure. Open to feedback and takes feedback positively. Anticipates the impact of change, and directs self and others in smoothly shifting gears Uses ingenuity in dealing with ambiguous situations, and guides others to cope effectively Thrives on situations involving risk and uncertainty Remains calm and focused during a time of change Maintains productivity when implementing new, altered or incomplete procedures Excellent organizational skills. Be a team player. Willing to show initiative. Highly organized multi-tasker A thorough and methodical approach to your work. Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities Excellent organizational and leadership skills Familiarity with office management procedures and basic accounting principles Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) Scheduling appointments/updating calendars. Excellent knowledge of office management software(s). Interpersonal Skills - Critical Thinking, Multi-tasking, and Networking. Project Management - Reporting, Data Collection & Analysis. People Management - People Skills, Relationship Management & Volunteer Coordination. Ability to use Zoom/Microsoft Teams/Google Meet among other similar online communication tools. Experience with Canva or similar tool is preferred. Savvy with social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter). REMOTE WORKING REQUIREMENT A personal desktop or laptop with internet connection. COVID19 IMPACT Outside2Inside currently requires our volunteers to work remotely. In case of occasional face-to-face interaction, Outside2Inside follows the recommended social distancing policy. Outside2Inisde requires anyone visiting our office to complete the following form. https://outside2inside.com/ covid19/

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Wildfire Shelter Volunteers Needed-Disaster Season is here!

    1710 Trousdalde DrvieBurlingame, CA 94010
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    What is this role? Every day, the American Red Cross assists people who face disasters. Shelter response team members support local response activities to provide care and comfort to communities impacted by a natural disaster. Activities include providing food, shelter and comfort to community members in need. Thanks to our volunteers, the Red Cross is able to respond to our communities at a moment’s notice. Why is the role important? Our wildfire shelter response teams are there to provide care and comfort to our communities while displaced during disasters. As wildfire season approaches, we have altered our response methods to abide by the guidelines established by our local public health departments and the CDC to best protect the safety of our clients, volunteers and staff during COVID-19. Natural disasters can strike at any moment, and we are working to prepare our communities in case that happens. Requirements: 18+ years old Online training Attend 1 shelter team update virtual meeting per month Provide 14 days of on-call availability per year (preferably during Wildfire season June-November) Maintain continuing education requirements Join us today!

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Inspire and Prepare Young People - Virtual and In-Person Volunteer Options!

    Bowling Green, KY 42104
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Make an impact on the lives of kindergarten to 12th grade students across the USA by virtually volunteering for JA! Volunteers can engage with students in a variety of ways. Virtual Options include remote live opportunities where volunteers can "beam-in" to an in-person, face-to- face classroom where students are in a classroom with their teacher but when guests aren't allowed in OR volunteers can beam-in to a remote classroom when the students and teacher are all off-site/at home connecting remotely. As a remote live volunteer, you can choose several options. Volunteers can deliver a full JA program, parts of the program, share information about your career, participate in panel, or explore several other options! Volunteers also have the option to submit pre-recorded videos of JA program content or career information. In-Person options are varied and will be available per JA Area and local school and community guidelines. Our local JA Area staff will work with you to understand your skills, interests, and time availability and match you with the best virtual experience available. JA also provides virtual and self-guided training and access to JA program materials and resources. Background information: JA is the nation's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their futures, and make smart academic and economic choices. Junior Achievement's programs-in the core content areas of work and career readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy-ignite the spark in young people to experience and realize the opportunities and realities of work and life in the 21st century. JA is the nonprofit leader in providing innovative, hands-on experiences. We rely on volunteers to take career and life-skills mentoring into local classrooms. Volunteer experiences range in day and time commitment - and we offer turn-key opportunities and training for all! Today, JA reaches more than 4.8 million students per year in more than 105 markets across the United States. Visit www.ja.org for more information and https://jausa.ja.org/volunteer/opportunity/virtual-volunteering-experience to learn about the virtual volunteer experience.

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Sr. Grant Writer

    1400 BOWE AVEUnit 208Santa Clara, CA 95051
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    ABOUT OUTSIDE2INSIDE: Outside2Inside (O2I) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on reducing food waste through prevention, recovery and recycle through various creative programs. Every year, the United States is wasting approximately 40% of the food we produce. Meanwhile, 42 million Americans are still "food insecure". If our country recovered just 30% of what we’re wasting and provide it to people in need, domestic hunger would be eliminated! Outside2Inside is focused on reducing food waste through prevention, recovery and recycle though various creative programs. We prevent food waste through awareness programs, bringing food waste realization among the community, corporations and youth/kids. Our Food recovery programs recover the unattractive but otherwise nutritious wonky produce from local farms and serve the deprived, needy in our society. Our recycle programs converts food waste into organic compost and animal feed serving urban households & local farms. Come join us to serve an interesting NPO and help solve Food Waste problems. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES: We are seeking an organized, self-motivated Grant Writer to join our growing organization for an individual contributor position. In this role, you will be responsible for writing proposals and submitting timely & accurate reports for all existing grant-funded projects. The Grant Writer is primarily responsible for developing and writing grant proposals to public/private foundations and other grant-making organizations and will persuasively communicate Outside2Inside's mission and programs to potential funders. The Grant Writer will assemble and submit grant requests, establish and maintain personal contact and relationships with foundation contacts, conduct prospect research, and maintain a calendar of submissions and other deadlines. As you will provide this support, a positive attitude and attention to detail are a must. This person will closely coordinate with the Outside2Inside (O2I) managers, O2I Board and help our volunteers in the O2I office. Developing and writing grant proposals to foundations and other grant-making organizations, persuasively communicating the organization’s mission and programs to potential funders. Assembling and submitting grant requests, including letters, proposals, budgets, and presentations. Establishing and maintaining personal contact and relationships with foundation contacts and program officers. Ensuring prompt acknowledgment of foundation grants. Maintaining calendar to ensure timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines, and reports; Conducting prospective grant research. Prioritizing grant projects to keep multiple grant projects moving in a timely manner, meet deadlines and manage supplemental material required for proposals. Providing grant writing support for major donor and individual contribution letters and acknowledgments. Responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to public/private foundations and corporate sources. Perform prospect research on foundations and corporations to evaluate prospects for corporate and foundation grants. Work with O2I Managers, O2I Board to gather information necessary to report to corporate/foundation funders on current grant programs. Comply with all grant reporting as required by foundation/corporate donors. Provide stewardship to current donors and provide regular written updates to corporate and foundation donors. Maintain current records in the database and in paper files, including grant tracking and reporting. Assist with other fundraising projects as requested. QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Minimum of five years of experience with grant writing. Previous experience with non-profit fundraising. Experience working in deadline-driven environments. Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines. Able to monitor and meet income goals. Interested in our food waste reduction awareness programs and community support programs. Generally interested, passionate, patient individual who is open to exploring new areas. REQUIRED SKILLS The successful candidate will be able to craft funding proposals in a clear and compelling manner. Excellent writing, analytical, and research skills are essential. Strong written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals. Strong editing skills. Attention to detail. Ability to meet deadlines. Open to feedback and takes feedback positively. Anticipates the impact of change, and directs self and others in smoothly shifting gear Uses ingenuity in dealing with ambiguous situations, and guides others to cope effectively Thrives on situations involving risk and uncertainty Remains calm and focused during a time of change Maintains productivity when implementing new, altered or incomplete procedures Knowledge of fundraising information sources. Experience with proposal writing and institutional donors. Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies. Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospect research. Excellent organizational skills. Being a team player. Willing to show initiative. Highly organized multi-tasker A thorough and methodical approach to your work. Outstanding communication and interpersonal abilities Excellent organizational and leadership skills Familiarity with office management procedures and basic accounting principles Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) Scheduling appointments/updating calendars. Excellent knowledge of office management software(s). Interpersonal Skills - Critical Thinking, Multi-tasking, and Networking. Project Management - Reporting, Data Collection & Analysis. People Management - People Skills, Relationship Management & Volunteer Coordination. REMOTE WORKING REQUIREMENT A personal desktop or laptop with internet connection. COVID19 IMPACT Outside2Inside currently requires our volunteers to work remotely. In case of occasional face-to-face interaction, Outside2Inside follows the recommended social distancing policy. Outside2Inisde requires anyone visiting our office to complete the following form. https://outside2inside.com/ covid19/

    Date Posted: September 22, 2021
  • Coach with Girls on the Run: Fall Application Open for Marin County

    3543 18th StreetSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Girls on the Run is an after-school program that educates and builds confidence in girls in the 3rd-8th grades. Our program uniquely combines fun running games and workouts with intentionally designed lessons that encourage important mental, social, and emotional development. Girls need us now more than ever! We are actively seeking positive, enthusiastic volunteer coaches who are committed to empowering girls with valuable life lessons during the Fall 2021 season, launching September 13th and we expect to serve 600 girls! Our coaches are mentors and motivators who encourage joyful movement but don't have to be runners themselves. We’ll provide you with training, curriculum, and supplies- everything you’ll need to coach a safe, successful season and help the girls in your community activate their limitless potential! Safety Modifications: The safety of our participants is a top priority for Girls on the Run. We will continue to support girls in an updated, safe environment: We have limited our team size to 12 girls who will meet at their site twice a week for 8 weeks, with the possibility of transitioning to virtual programming depending on weather conditions and public health directives. We provide training on how to successfully facilitate in a virtual and in-person format. Coach Role: Serve as a role model and mentor for the participating girls Prepare & collaborate with your co-coaches to facilitate twice-weekly lessons Attend both weekly practices Participate in the Girls on the Run 5K Have fun motivating your girls to become healthy and confident! Coach Qualifications: Interest in inspiring girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident! Able to complete a background check and coach training Able to dedicate 5-7 hours a week for 8 weeks from September- November We are recruiting coaches to serve with teams in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties. To apply as a Volunteer Coach, visit our website at www.gotrbayarea.org/coach, and fill out our New Coach Application, or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://www.raceplanner.com/volunteer/signup/gotrba-coach-fall-2021 If you have questions about this opportunity, please reach out to our team at coaches@gotrbayarea.org and explore our website to learn more about our organization and programs. Girls on the Run of the Bay Area is a local chapter of a national organization, and a registered 501(c)3 non-profit. For more information visit our website at www.gotrbayarea.org., or contact us at (415) 863-8942

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • 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. We will provide you with an enriching, self-paced, online training program and on-going volunteer support sessions with our wonderful community of volunteers! 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, 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 24 + hours of 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: September 21, 2021
  • Support St. Anthony's Farmer's Market!

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

    St. Anthony’s Farmers Market is a wonderful direct service event and collaboration with the SF Food Bank. The service provides vital food security for low-income senior citizens in the neighborhood. Every Thursday afternoon, the Dining Room becomes a mini farmers market, where folks receive healthy, fresh groceries for the week! Thursdays 2:30PM-4:15 PM 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: September 21, 2021
  • 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: Saturdays 9:30am-12:00pm, 1:15pm-3:45pm

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • 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 US Armed Forces? Are you willing to sit by the bedside of our Veteran patients, honoring their service, or just being a compassionate presence? You can help them to recollect their stories, bringing meaning to the sacrifice they made to serve our country, and whenever possible help heal soul injuries of war just by listening. No prior hospice experience is necessary. We provide you with an extensive 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. 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 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, 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. They must work closely with Volunteer Program Coordinator as members of the hospice team, attending monthly support meeting and visiting patients once a week. For more information, call Jennifer Fisher (650)454-4372. Thank you!

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Prepare and serve meals to St. Anthony's guests!

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

    Our Dining Room needs volunteer support to prepare and serve meals for our guests! Your help is essential to the success of our daily meal service serving hot to-go meals. Volunteers will be assigned roles in food preparation, food packaging, and bussing. Masks are required inside the Dining Room at all times for staff and volunteers, and for guests except while they are sitting and eating. Volunteers are not required to do any heavy lifting; however, they will need to stand for the majority of the shift. Join us in the preparation and serving of the thousands of meals we serve each day! *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. Signing u p to volunteer is easy, just sign-up on our Volunteer Shifts Calendar https://www.stanthonysf.org/shifts/ or email us at volunteer@stanthonysf.org. Days: Monday - Sunday Time: 9:30 am - 1:45 pm

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Part time Mandarin teacher

    Menlo Park, CA 94025
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Hwa Shin Bilingual Chinese School, established in 1995, is a non-profit organization. Its instruction is tailored for students who do not speak Mandarin at home. We are currently hiring two experienced Chinese teacher (part time) for the school year 2021-2022 as follows: - Low teacher/student ratio (1:12 maxium) - Competitive hourly pay, based on the experience - Fun and innovative educational environment Requirements: - Bachelor Degree - Previous Chinese teaching experience in USA, preferred - Experience in teaching Chinese as the second language - Working permit

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Coach with Girls on the Run: Fall Application Open for the East Bay!

    3543 18th StreetSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Girls on the Run is an after-school program that educates and builds confidence in girls in the 3rd-8th grades. Our program uniquely combines fun running games and workouts with intentionally designed lessons that encourage important mental, social, and emotional development. Girls need us now more than ever! We are actively seeking positive, enthusiastic volunteer coaches who are committed to empowering girls with valuable life lessons during the Fall 2021 season, launching September 13th and we expect to serve 600 girls! Our coaches are mentors and motivators who encourage joyful movement but don't have to be runners themselves. We’ll provide you with training, curriculum, and supplies- everything you’ll need to coach a safe, successful season and help the girls in your community activate their limitless potential! Safety Modifications: The safety of our participants is a top priority for Girls on the Run. We will continue to support girls in an updated, safe environment: We have limited our team size to 12 girls who will meet at their site twice a week for 8 weeks, with the possibility of transitioning to virtual programming depending on weather conditions and public health directives. We provide training on how to successfully facilitate in a virtual and in-person format. Coach Role: Serve as a role model and mentor for the participating girls Prepare & collaborate with your co-coaches to facilitate twice-weekly lessons Attend both weekly practices Participate in the Girls on the Run 5K Have fun motivating your girls to become healthy and confident! Coach Qualifications: Interest in inspiring girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident! Able to complete a background check and coach training Able to dedicate 5-7 hours a week for 8 weeks from September- November We are recruiting coaches to serve with teams in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo Counties. To apply as a Volunteer Coach, visit our website at www.gotrbayarea.org/coach, and fill out our New Coach Application, or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://www.raceplanner.com/volunteer/signup/gotrba-coach-fall-2021 If you have questions about this opportunity, please reach out to our team at coaches@gotrbayarea.org and explore our website to learn more about our organization and programs. Girls on the Run of the Bay Area is a local chapter of a national organization, and a registered 501(c)3 non-profit. For more information visit our website at www.gotrbayarea.org., or contact us at (415) 863-8942

    Date Posted: September 21, 2021
  • Oakland Youth Soccer Coach

    417 29th StreetOakland, CA 94609
    Mon, September 20, 2021 - Tue, November 30, 2021

    About Street Soccer USA: Street Soccer USA uses the power of soccer to help people of all ages and backgrounds discover their strengths and take positive steps forward in their lives. Our unique curriculum connects soccer skills to life skills, giving our players the tools they need to unlock the promise in themselves. By hosting community-based events, connecting with community partners, and showing up for practices and games, we create the space for our players to cultivate trusting relationships and develop the confidence to succeed. Duties and Responsibilities : Coach SSUSA practices 1-5 times per week (Opportunities Monday-Saturday) Deliver and reinforce SSUSA curriculum with youth participants on a daily basis Complete SSUSA Coach Training & Accreditation process which includes but is not limited to the following trainings: Street Soccer USA Orientation Introduction to SSUSA Youth Methodology Trauma Informed Coaches Training Online Sports for Social Development, Group Management Training & Practice Mechanics On-the-Field Coach Workshop Organize, schedule and coordinate social and educational community based activities Actively recruit volunteers, including parent participation in mentoring activities Qualifications : Passionate about soccer and sports Experience working with or volunteering with under-resourced communities & youth Adherence to the SSUSA mission, values and strategy Must be at least 16 years with high school diploma or GED US Citizen, US National, Lawful Permanent Resident Alien, or have a legal permit or VISA Good interpersonal skills, excellent organizational skills, patience and follow-through required Minimum of 1-year experience playing or coaching soccer To Apply: Please send a brief cover letter and current resume to avery@streetsoccerusa.org https://www.streetsoccerusa.org

    Date Posted: September 20, 2021
  • Food Distribution

    101 Town Green LaneFoster City, CA 94404
    Tue, October 12, 2021 - Tue, December 14, 2021

    MASKS ARE REQUIRED Volunteers will be lifting and carrying food boxes to each apartment doorstep. Volunteers will need to carry the heavy food boxes up short flights of stairs. Wear closed-toe shoes. Please dress modestly and comfortably. Please do not bring valuables. We do not have a secure place for volunteers to leave belongings. If you would like to bring a group, please email dolores@leahspantry.org Children must be 10+ to volunteer with their parent and both parent & child need to be registered individually. At the start of the shift, please meet in front of the apartment lobby. For the privacy of the residents, if you arrive early, please remain in your car until the start of your shift.

    Date Posted: September 20, 2021
  • Pet Foster Care & Pet Transportation Volunteers Needed

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

    We are looking for volunteers to help our PAWS (Pets Are Wonderful Support) program. PAWS provides pet care services to clients who are physically unable to perform pet care tasks without assistance. These services are available based on client need and volunteer availability. Pet Foster Care services are for emergency situations, such as when a client has a crisis related to health, family, housing, etc. PAWS will provide pet foster volunteers with food and supplies, and will assist with any veterinary care that should arise. Pet Transportation services are for clients who are physically unable to transport their pet to and from the vet. Volunteers pick up and drop off the client’s pet for veterinary appointments. We do not expect our volunteers to be available for this all the time, yet if you are able and interested in helping with this, please apply.

    Date Posted: September 20, 2021
  • The Belmont Water Dog Run - Race Day Clean Up

    Twin Pines Park1 Twin Pines LaneBelmont, CA 94002
    Sat, October 9, 2021 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM

    Help with tear down, consolidation, and clean up of race day events. Event is outdoors and we follow all CDC/State/County guidelines to keep our volunteers safe.

    Date Posted: September 20, 2021
  • 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. 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. This training is on Zoom. The next training dates are: October Training Friday, October 8th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Saturday, October 9th 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday, October 10th 10:30 am - 6:00 pm (Please note ALL of the above dates are mandatory) 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: September 20, 2021
  • 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. 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. This training is in-person at our PAWS office in the Mission, and volunteers must be fully vaccinated and wear a mask. The next training dates are: October Training Friday, October 8th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Saturday, October 9th 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday, October 10th 10:30 am - 6:00 pm (Please note ALL of the above dates are mandatory) 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: September 20, 2021
  • Co-Leaders needed! Put your people skills to use helping veterans through Soldiers' Angels!

    Palo Alto VAPalo Alto, CA 94304
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    VA Deputy Representative Leaders needed! Put your people skills to use helping veterans through Soldiers’ Angels! As the VA Representative, you will lead and help organize fun and engaging programs to boost the morale of veterans! From recruitment of volunteers to coordinating the distribution of goods and services to hosting special events for veterans, you and the volunteers will show our veterans how much we appreciate their service. This position will also be responsible for the documentation of donations and the monthly reporting for the volunteers they lead. Are you ready to represent an amazing nonprofit through great works at your local VA Hospital? Reach out today for more information!

    Date Posted: September 20, 2021
  • Holiday Event: An Evening on the Stage

    301 VAN NESS AVESAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102
    Tue, November 30, 2021 03:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    We are looking for volunteers to participate in our upcoming Holiday Event, An Evening on the Stage. It will take place on Tuesday November 30th at the War Memorial Opera House. We are looking for volunteers who are available from 3:00 - 7:30pm or 5:00-9:30pm. We will need volunteers to help with Set-Up, Greeting & Directing and Guest Check-In. This event is black tie, (a tuxedo or dark suit for men and a long or cocktail length dress for women). If you are able to volunteer, please complete our volunteer application at the link below and send it to us at sfoguild@sfopera.com or the mailing address provided on the form. https://sfopera.com/about-us/volunteer/ An Evening on the Stage could not be such a huge success without your help! Thank you so much for helping us kick-off the holiday season!

    Date Posted: September 20, 2021
  • Swim A Mile/Move A Mile for Women with Cancer

    5000 MacArthur BoulevardOakland, CA 94613
    Sat, October 2, 2021 - Sun, October 3, 2021

    Since 1986, the Women’s Cancer Resource Center (WCRC) has provided programs and a network of supportive services for women with cancer in the Bay Area. All of WCRC's services are provided 100% free of charge -- and are 100% funded by charitable giving. Swim A Mile/Move A Mile is WCRC's biggest annual fundraising event and an incredibly uplifting way to support WCRC and its clients. We are thrilled that Swim A Mile/Move A Mile will be in person this October, and we would love to see you there! Swim A Mile/Move A Mile will take place on Saturday & Sunday, October 2-3, 2021 at Mills College in Oakland. The event is a fun, safe and inspiring weekend bringing together water-walkers, swimmers, joggers, hikers, bikers and friends and family, all in support of those in our community affected by cancer. Come join the fun as a volunteer and help make this a great event, all while enjoying tunes spun by our fabulous DJ, amazing homemade food and drinks, and cheering on all of our participants. Best of all, you are helping to make possible the life-changing and life-affirming programs and resources provided by the Women's Cancer Resource Center (WCRC) www.wcrc.org . There are a variety of volunteer roles, please take a look and see if there is something for you. Details are in the sign-up. Please sign up directly here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080f44a8a72aabf94-swim4 There is also useful information attached to the sign-up (direction to Mills, a Waiver and a Checklist of things to remember). WCRC is strongly encouraging all attendees to wear masks at all times unless they are actively eating and drinking, and masks are required for all kitchen and smoothie volunteers, and for anyone when they are using the bathrooms. This is an outdoor event. Physical distancing will be required of all volunteers. The requirements are included in the volunteer job descriptions and repeated in the checklist attached to the sign up. Thank you for your consideration and we hope to see you there!

    Date Posted: September 19, 2021
  • Interact Clubs! Set Up a Group Volunteer Event!

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

    Attention Interact Clubs! Uhuru Furniture invites you to set up a group volunteer event with us! 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! Uhuru Furniture will work with you to set up a group volunteer event. Your group is invited to volunteer together on a single day, for a four hour block of time. We go out every Saturday from 11am-3pm but we can tailor the day and times you need. What is the volunteer activity? Community outreach in the form of hanging cards on doorknobs in a specific neighborhood. Groups love this 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, all materials needed, snacks and a thank you prize. Organize a meaningful and fun event for your group and contact us today!

    Date Posted: September 18, 2021
  • Key Clubs! Set Up a Group Volunteer Event!

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

    Attention Key Clubs! Uhuru Furniture invites you to set up a volunteer event with us! 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! Your group is invited to volunteer together on a single day, for a four hour block of time. We go out every Saturday from 11am-3pm but we can tailor the day and times you need. What is volunteer activity? Community outreach in the form of hanging cards on doorknobs in a specific neighborhood. Groups love this 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, all the materials needed, snacks and a thank you treat. Organize a meaningful and fun event for your group and contact us today!

    Date Posted: September 18, 2021
  • 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: September 18, 2021
  • Fresh Approach: East Palo Alto Farmers' Market Volunteer

    2555 Pulgas AveEast Palo Alto, CA 94303
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Want to learn more about local food systems and matching programs, and get the opportunity to shadow employees involved in a wide range of food systems? The EPA Community Farmers’ Market is a crucial resource for ensuring affordable, healthy food access to the East Palo Alto community while supporting local family farms. Every week the East Palo Alto Community Farmers’ Market creates opportunities for stronger relationships between the people of our community, the farmers who produce our food, and community-serving organizations. Tasks may include, but are not limited to the following: Assist coordinator with setting up for the market (Set-up canopy, tables, chairs etc.) Greet customers. Create a warm and welcoming environment for all customers. Volunteers will navigate shoppers to entrance and exit points to ensure CDC guidelines. Assist with crowd control at the farmers’ market. Monitor wash station(s) at the entrance and exit points Assist at the information booth with market match transactions. Market Manager and coordinator will train you on protocol Support the packing of produce boxes for community members Assist with counting customers (Every hour for 15 minutes). Volunteers will use a hand tally counter. Support outreach efforts toward current and potential recipients of public benefits including WIC, CalFresh (SNAP or food stamps), SSI, SSDI, Medi-Cal, and the Senior Food Program At the end of the market, assist Market Manager and coordinator with clean up and transporting materials to the shed located on the premises. When: Wednesdays, 8:00AM - 1:30PM Where: 2555 Pulgas Ave, East Palo Alto, CA 94303 The East Palo Alto Community Farmers’ Market is a program of Fresh Approach , a non-profit, whose mission is to create long-term change in local food systems by connecting California communities with healthy food from California farmers and expanding knowledge about food and nutrition. Fresh Approach envisions healthy communities where all people have access to fresh, healthy food from California farmers. Learn more here: http://www.freshapproach.org/

    Date Posted: September 17, 2021
  • Photographer & Videographer Needed ASAP

    TBDOakland, CA 94601
    Sat, September 25, 2021 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

    We are looking for a photographer/videographer that can help us capture the event! Love My Neighbor Foundation is a non-profit organization that has served the homeless fresh produce, clothes, and hygiene products on Skid Row in Los Angeles for over six years. Our founder, Hayley, has partnered with a music artist to travel to major cities such as Atlanta, Harlem, Houston, and next up Oakland to give back to the homeless community. We are expanding our efforts to Oakland, CA on September 25th, 2021 for our Block Party Tour and we need someone who is able to take photos and videos during the event from 12pm-2pm. We will be practicing social distancing and masks will be required. If interested, please let us know. Thank you in advance!

    Date Posted: September 17, 2021
  • Hospice Volunteers Needed (Pleasanton)

    42808 Christy StSuite 216FremontFremont, CA 94538
    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 in their homes! We serve families in Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara Counties. 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: nurse, nurse assistant, social worker, chaplain, and volunteers, we help the patient and family walk through their journey. As a volunteer, you can choose between many opportunities: the gift of companionship, emotional support to the patient and the family, listening to music, running errands, birthday celebrations, clerical support in the office, or community outreach and events. Suncrest also is a participant in the national We Honor Veterans Program and global Dementia Friends movement. Volunteers are trained in their role with patients, we are required to conduct background checks and TB testing, at no charge to all volunteers.

    Date Posted: September 16, 2021
  • Adopt a Building

    230 Jones StSan Francisco, CA 94102
    Sun, September 26, 2021 - Sun, December 19, 2021

    Our Mission To intervene through building relationships that will lead people to life transformation. We gather from 2-5pm on Sundays at 230 Jones St., San Francisco, CA 94102. Ways to Get Involved 1. GATHER Gather with us at 230 Jones St at 2pm on Sundays. You'll break out into teams and walk to the nearby apartment buildings to deliver food and connect with the residents. 2. INVITE PEOPLE Invite friends and local church members to serve alongside and partner with City Impact to adopt a building in the inner city of San Francisco.

    Date Posted: September 16, 2021
  • Direct Patient Care Volunteers Needed (Cupertino)

    42808 Christy St216FremontFremont, CA 94538
    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 in their homes! We serve families in Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara Counties. 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: nurse, nurse assistant, social worker, chaplain, and volunteers, we help the patient and family walk through their journey. As a volunteer, you can choose between many opportunities: the gift of companionship, emotional support to the patient and the family, listening to music, running errands, birthday celebrations, clerical support in the office, or community outreach and events. Suncrest also is a participant in the national We Honor Veterans Program and global Dementia Friends movement. Volunteers are trained in their role with patients, we are required to conduct background checks and TB testing, at no charge to all volunteers. Please contact the office at 408-900-8838 or email volunteerbayarea@suncrestcare.com for more information.

    Date Posted: September 16, 2021
  • 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 3:30pm - 5:30pm. 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.

    Date Posted: September 16, 2021
  • 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: September 16, 2021
  • Hospice Volunteers Needed (Mountain View)

    42808 Christy Street,FremontFremont, CA 94538
    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 in their homes! We serve families in Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara Counties. 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: nurse, nurse assistant, social worker, chaplain, and volunteers, we help the patient and family walk through their journey. As a volunteer, you can choose between many opportunities: the gift of companionship, emotional support to the patient and the family, listening to music, running errands, birthday celebrations, clerical support in the office, or community outreach and events. Suncrest also is a participant in the national We Honor Veterans Program and global Dementia Friends movement. Volunteers are trained in their role with patients, we are required to conduct background checks and TB testing, at no charge to all volunteers. Please contact the office at 408-900-8838 or email volunteerbayarea@suncrestcare.com for more information.

    Date Posted: September 16, 2021
  • Covid-19: Refurbish N95s from home for donation to vulnerable populations

    1720 BroadwayOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Help us refurbish N95s for donation to vulnerable populations. We have been donating these to homeless and family shelters, schools, food banks, and other community organizations. The N95 is the best mask for Covid-19 protection. These Kimberly Clark masks came from the national stockpile. We replace the expired rubber bands with elastic so these masks can be re-worn multiple times. The populations we donate these to are desperate for masks. You can refurbish these from your home. All you need is a hole punch. We deliver kits and pick-up for donations. This activity is perfect for youth or adult community groups such as boy or girl scout groups or church groups. We can sign off on community service hours.

    Date Posted: September 16, 2021
  • 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: September 16, 2021
  • (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: September 15, 2021
  • Want to reduce food waste by feeding the hungry? Become a Peninsula Food Runner!

    VariousSF Bay Area, CA 94061
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Please sign up at www.peninsulafoodrunners.org or call us at 650-996-2812 Peninsula Food Runners pick up generously donated excess food and takes it directly to the shelters in their community. A typical run take an hour to complete. Come and meet the donors who donate wonderful food to feed the hungry, and in the process reduce food insecurities, and many secondary effects from food waste (rodents, household gas, landfill waste, pollutions etc.) Meet recipients who will greet you and are so ever thankful that they don't have to worry about their next meal. Peninsula Food Runners donors and recipients are in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties (covering cities from South San Francisco to San Jose). You can volunteer for a regular weekly food run or share a biweekly with another individual. You can also sign up for a one time run. You can volunteer as an individual, with family, co-workers or friends. Thank you and we look forward to having you join us. Please sign up at www.peninsulafoodrunners.org or call us at 650-996-2812

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • GET SERVICE CREDITS 9/25-Pear & Wine Festival Volunteers Needed-

    Moraga Commons Park, Corner of Moraga Rd/St.Mary'sMoraga, CA 94556
    Sat, September 25, 2021 09:30 AM - 03:30 PM

    SUPER FUN DAY with easy service credits: You are invited to volunteer with us on Saturday, September 25th at the Pear and Wine Festival in Moraga. Be the Star You Are! is hosting a booth where we will be offering free mask decorating and book mark making for kids, reading circle, and requesting donations for our Operation WILDFIRE Disaster Relief program. Our youth volunteers and Express Yourself! Teen Radio hosts will be in attendance. We are seeking four volunteers per shift for our two shifts from 9:30-12: 30 pm (with set-up from 9:30-11) and 12:30pm-3:30 pm (including takedown). Event is outdoors, however, masks are required to be worn at all times and we will adhere to all CDC social distancing guidelines. Choose a shift 9:30-12:30 12:30-3:30 You can also volunteer for the full day. Grab a good friend and enjoy the day together! EASY, FUN, and you can get credits for community service for every hour served. Duties will include helping with booth set-up, carrying boxes of books to/from car, walking the festival to hand out about BTSYA, asking festival goers to support our outreach project to help our outreach programs, and interacting with the public. We seek outgoing, upbeat, positive, bubbly individuals who are willing to talk to festival goers. If you play a portable musical instrument, let us know as we want to do a pop up concert with our volunteers, The Pear and Wine Festival is a very fun event for the entire family. For information about our booth, visit http://www.bethestaryouare.org/events and scroll down a bit. Be the Star You Are! is proud to have been honored as a TOP NON PROFIT for eight consecutive years by GuideStar and Great Non-Profits. http://greatnonprofits.org/organizations/view/be-the-star-you-are-inc No volunteer questionnaire form is required for signing up for this one-day event. It's a very fun family day, so please be in touch soon. Community Service Credits will be signed off for those who need them. One hour of credit for each hour of participation. Teen Chairperson is Drew Ebner.

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • VIDEOGRAPHER-EDITOR FOR YOU TUBE SERIES

    PO Box 376Moraga, CA 94556
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    VIDEOGRAPHER/EDITOR for YOU TUBE series Be the Star You Are! is a charity increasing literacy and positive media. We produce short videos to be uploaded to social networking sites. We are seeking volunteers who have digital cameras to shoot videos of people, places, and things that exhibit the positive, happy side of life. Need to also have creative editing skills and the knowledge to upload movies to the internet. We currently have two series in production-SHINE and STAR MINUTE. If you are an aspiring film maker and editor, this is a terrific opportunity to practice your skills while making a difference in your community. Volunteer MUST live in the San Francisco Bay area, have transportation to and from Moraga, and be available to meet with other volunteers, shoot events, and attend occasional meetings. This is a volunteer position. There is no pay. Please visit our web site at www.bethestaryouare.org for more information about our charity. Please respond ONLY if you have the skills listed above and know how to make movies, edit, and upload. In your email to us, please list your qualifications and provide information on any projects you have already done. Thanks so much for your expertise. This is a FUN opportunity!

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • 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: September 15, 2021
  • Prepare Medically-Tailored Meals for Chronically ill Clients!

    730 Polk StreetSan FranciscoSan Francisco, CA 94109
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Project Open Hand’s mission is to improve health outcomes and quality of life by providing nutritious meals to the sick and vulnerable, caring for and educating our community. As an essential services provider and public health partner, POH continues to operate during this medical crisis and serve the community. We are looking for volunteers to help prepare and package meals at our 730 Polk St. location in San Francisco. Tasks include packaging and labeling prepared meals in containers and assembling frozen-meal bags. Volunteers must: Practice safe steps in food handling and preparation: wear protective gear (hats/hairnet, beard guard, and gloves) during entire shift and thoroughly wash and sanitize hands. Be able to lift up to 25 lbs. and stand for the entire shift as sitting on stools and chairs pose a safety risk to everyone in the new kitchen layout. Follow all instructions and directions given by staff, whose main goals are the quality of the meals and safety of clients, volunteers and staff alike.

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Heritage Homes - SF)

    243 Rey St.San Francisco, CA 94134
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Many families are just one "bad month" away from becoming food insecure, according to Feeding America. An emergency expense, like a car repair or medical bill, or a job loss can put a family in the tough position of choosing between groceries and paying for other essential needs. Food security has been the #1 pressing need for families during the pandemic. We need just 60 minutes of your time a month to connect with staff, link neighbors with critical resources, and help families through the challenges of the pandemic. Food Bank Assistant Distributions are held Mondays to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 10:30pm - 2:30pm. We’d love if you’d Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with set up, organizing, distributing and enforcing social distancing guidelines. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers wear sturdy tennis shoes or boots and bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Heritage Homes is an affordable housing community serving 148 households in San Francisco, California.

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (The Hamilton - Oakland)

    510 21st StreetOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs, and YOU can help us meet those needs while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our biweekly distributions are held every 2nd and 4th Tuesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 11:00 am - 2:30 pm to help set up, sorting, distribution, enforce social distance guidelines, and break down. We'll work with your schedule if you only have availability for part of the shift. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers wear sturdy tennis shoes or boots and bring a mask and gloves. The Hamilton is an affordable housing community serving 92 households in Oakland, California.

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Volunteer Shelf Reader

    1044 Middlefield RoadRedwood City, CA 94063
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Keeping the books in proper Dewey order and/or alphabetical order on designated shelves. Keeping shelves neat by aligning books with front edge of shelf whenever possible and shifting books when necessary to make them evenly distributed on designated shelves. Three month commitment.

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • 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: September 15, 2021
  • Volunteer Book Event Coordinator

    P. O. Box 376Moraga, CA 94556
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    BTSYA is seeking an outgoing personality to schedule book signings and speaking engagements in the San Francisco Bay Area. Event Coordinator would contact schools, bookstores, libraries, and other venues that can benefit from having our author and teen contributors visit in person. This could be a virtual opportunity if you are willing to make calls from your home/office. Schedule book signing and speaking engagements for "Be the Star You Are", "99 Gifts", and "Be the Star You Are! For TEENS", and Be the Star You Are! Millennials to Boomers. More info about books at https://www.CynthiaBrian.com/books Maintain current contact listings and augment as time goes on. Establish, build and maintain good rapport with event partners. Please visit our web site at www.bethestaryouare.org for information about the charity and https://www.CynthiaBrian.com/books for information about the books and the store for all of the books that benefit the charity.. Also peruse our web site to learn about our outreach programs, including our teen radio show, Express Yourself! Teen Radio at http://www.ExpressYourselfTeenRadio.com

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Urban Garden Project - Oakland (Sundays)

    5316 Telegraph AveOakland, CA 94609
    Sun, August 22, 2021 - Sun, November 14, 2021

    The Urban Garden Project provides direct assistance to Yolanda Burrell, a small business owner and master gardener. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Yolanda made the difficult decision to close her brick & mortar store Pollinate Farm & Garden, which she owned and operated in Oakland for nearly eight years. Yolanda is in the process of expanding her home garden into an urban farm with the goal of bringing her produce directly to market via the Farms to Grow CSA program. You are needed to help out with a variety of gardening tasks, including but not limited to soil preparation, weeding, transplanting starter plants into the ground, sowing seeds, harvesting fruits and vegetables, and collecting honey. You have the privilege of working alongside Yolanda and learning from her immense knowledge of gardening, beekeeping, and urban farming. This Urban Garden Project takes place Sundays from 8:30am-12:30pm in Oakland. We look forward to you joining the FTG Volunteer Team! In Gratitude, Elaine

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Help Students Catch Up. Public School Students and Teachers Need You!

    1501 O'Farrell StSan Francisco, CA 94115
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Every student needs someone who believes in them, who says, "You can do this!" Here in the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), volunteers are needed in just about every subject. Spend one hour, once a week sharing your skills with a public school student. Last year was a difficult year. Help students catch up! Volunteers in SFUSD are trained, placed and supported by the San Francisco Education Fund. We know you are looking for a way to get involved, and we are eager to help you find a placement that works for you and the students you will serve. Volunteer close to home or close to work, read with an elementary school student, practice math with a middle schooler, encourage the arts, or emphasize STEM. To register for a Volunteer Training class visit: https://sfedfund.org/volunteer-interest-form/

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Become a reading tutor! Help a student get back to grade level

    2633 Telegraph AvenueOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Become a reading tutor - Two hours a week is all it takes Learning loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted children of color. As the achievement gap widens, elementary school students most impacted by poverty and educational inequity will be robbed of the education they need to build bridges to a better future. Volunteer opportunities are for 1:1 reading tutoring ( in-person or online) of elementary school children. No prior experience is necessary. Tutors receive all the training, materials and weekly coaching required to help a second or third-grade girl or boy gain the confidence and academic skills required to be successful in elementary school, middle school and beyond. Children Rising programs are structured so that it is easy for you to step in and be effective immediately. And the reward of watching a student progress as they reach their potential is priceless. We invite you to join the hundreds of volunteers... ...who are nurturing and equipping students to rise above the challenges they face inside and outside of school. An engaged, caring community reaching children at a critical time in their life is the key to our approach. Together, we are empowering children in Oakland and surrounding East Bay communities to overcome learning loss, reduce the achievement gap created by educational inequity, and rise to their God-given potential. "’Children Rising cares so much about these kids that it invests the time and effort to train the tutors and provide us with tools to do a good job." - Linda Hawkins, Reading Tutor

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Become a math tutor! Help a student get back to grade level

    2633 Telegraph AvenueOakland, CA 94612
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Become a math tutor - Two hours a week is all it takes Learning loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted children of color. As the achievement gap widens, elementary school students most impacted by poverty and educational inequity will be robbed of the education they need to build bridges to a better future. Volunteer opportunities are for 1:1 math tutoring ( in-person or online) of elementary school children. No prior experience is necessary. Tutors receive all the training, materials and weekly coaching required to help a second or third-grade girl or boy gain the confidence and academic skills required to be successful in elementary school, middle school and beyond. Children Rising programs are structured so that it is easy for you to step in and be effective immediately. And the reward of watching a student progress as they reach their potential is priceless. We invite you to join the hundreds of volunteers... ...who are nurturing and equipping students to rise above the challenges they face inside and outside of school. An engaged, caring community reaching children at a critical time in their life is the key to our approach. Together, we are empowering children in Oakland and surrounding East Bay communities to overcome learning loss, reduce the achievement gap created by educational inequity, and rise to their God-given potential. "’Children Rising cares so much about these kids that it invests the time and effort to train the tutors and provide us with tools to do a good job." - Linda Hawkins, Reading Tutor

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Be a Math Tutor Students Can Count On

    San Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Help a student gain the confidence they need to succeed in math. San Francisco public school students have been hit hard by the pandemic. Research shows that students will face an academic deficit this school year. At this point in time, we do not know whether volunteering will be in-person or virtual for the start of the 2021-2022 school year. To register for an upcoming Volunteer Training class: https://sfedfund.org/volunteer-interest-form/

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Help Students Develop a Love of Reading

    San Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Help a struggling reader become a successful reader: Foster the habit of reading Provide one-on-one or group reading support Boost comprehension San Francisco public school students have been hit hard by the pandemic. Research shows that students will face an academic deficit next year. We don't yet know whether volunteering will be in-person or virtual for the Fall semester. To register for an upcoming Volunteer Training class, please click on this link: https://sfedfund.org/volunteer-interest-form/ Volunteer to help students get back on the path to academic success!

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • [Daily City] Help deliver groceries to seniors

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

    Join Helping Hands Community and Second Harvest, a nonprofit that provides hunger relief to extremely low-income families and individuals in Daly City, every Tuesday morning to deliver much needed food and grocery items to homebound seniors in the area during COVID-19. Due to their higher risk for COVID-19 infection, seniors are unable to pick up these essential items and need our help. To sign up for the event, you must: Create an account on the Helping Hands Community website - www.helpinghands.community. Sign up is free and you'll be required to complete a brief background check. You will only receive your delivery list through your account so it's important that you create one before the event. Once you complete the background check, navigate to the " Help Someone" tab and " All help requests". This will let you view community and individual requests within your area that you can help with! Select " I can help" for the Second Harvest Community Delivery event. Volunteers will receive an email with information on what to expect, how and when to pick up the food pantry boxes, how you'll receive your delivery list (includes recipient's name, address, and phone number), and a cool link to your driving route!) Community Delivery allows Helping Hands to support local organizations by enabling volunteers to deliver donated groceries to homebound community members that are at high-risk for COVID-19. Deliveries are located within 5 miles of Second Harvest location, and we'll provide a link when you check in with a suggested driving route on Google Maps. Sign up for more information! Thank you for helping your community members during these challenging times! For questions, contact rheasanchez@helpinghands.community

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • Honor life and offer hope - become a volunteer with Seasons Hospice - Oakland!

    Homes & facilities in Alameda/Contra Costa CountyOakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Use your compassion and talents to make a difference! Volunteer with hospice in Alameda and Contra Costa County, CA! Seasons strives to provide excellence in end of life care for patients and families. All of our volunteers are given careful training by a team of hospice professionals. This orientation happens either in-person or via an interactive online learning format at your convenience. Seasons has developed several specialty roles, which allow volunteers to utilize their own strengths and interests. This offers a more meaningful and rewarding volunteer experience, and enhances the quality of life for our patients and families. Have a special skill? Please review all the unique ways of volunteering below: Direct Care Volunteer: Provides a range of companionship and support to patients and caregivers at the bedside. Administrative Volunteer: Supports the important office operations of the program. Loyal Friends Pet Companion Volunteer: Uses certified therapy animals to engage patients. Smile Squad Volunteer: Young volunteers visit patients along with their adult guardian, and light up the room with the special joy that children bring. Music Companion Volunteer: Share the gift of music with our patients and families. Vigil Volunteer: When family support is not available, we want to make sure that no patient dies alone. Spiritual Presence Volunteer: Engage patients in familiar activities that provide spiritual comfort. Massage Volunteer: Put your massage expertise to work, providing gentle touch and healing massage for hospice patients. Legacy Volunteer: Use crafts and multi-media to capture special memories and the unique legacy of each patient. Veteran Volunteer: No one understands the unique needs of our Veterans better than active or retired military personnel. Memory Bear Sewing Volunteer: Turn a patient’s clothing into a personalized stuffed bear for the family to cherish. Bereavement Volunteer: After a loved one has passed away, Seasons Hospice is committed to checking in with our families to see how they are doing on a regular basis. Make phone calls that offer support and comfort to families grieving a loss. Calls can be made from your own home! Circle of Care Phone Call Volunteers: Check in with our patients' families before the weekend to make sure they have all of their needs met! (medications, supplies, etc.) Calls can be made from your own home! If any of these opportunities sound interesting to you, contact our friendly Volunteer Services Coordinator Brian Fraser at bfraser@seasons.org to learn more!

    Date Posted: September 15, 2021
  • 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: September 14, 2021
  • Home Delivery Drivers

    7900 Edgewater DriveOakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Alameda County Community Food Bank is looking for volunteer home delivery drivers! We are seeking volunteers (ages 18+) who can commit to joining us at least once a week for at least 4 weeks. All deliveries are contactless. Volunteer drivers pick up food from the Food Bank, choose from the available routes, and then deliver nutritious food boxes to the community. Volunteers with SUVs or trucks are in high need! All volunteers will be required to: Complete a daily health survey addressing areas including but not limited to symptoms, social distancing, and travel. Adhere to distancing guidelines. Wear self-provided face coverings that meet CDC standards. Due to the work involved in our emergency response, we ask that volunteers are able to: Lift 30-pound boxes without risk of injury. What does a volunteer driver do? First time volunteer drivers will arrive at the Food Bank and receive a 30 minute orientation, complete their COVID questionnaire, and sign their volunteer waiver. Volunteers then choose a route that varies by city or number of stops. Volunteers will meet under the tent in the back parking for all activities and to load their vehicles. All the deliveries are CONTACTLESS. Clients are asked to not interact with drivers. Deliveries should be left on the doorstep of the client. Volunteers will then call or text clients to let them know their delivery has been made. Once routes are complete, volunteers will: Contact the ACCFB staff member to let them know their route has been complete, and provide any feedback. Either shred their client list, or return it to the Food Bank. COVID-19 safety guidelines will be enforced as follows: DO NOT come on-site if you're experiencing any signs of illness, even if you think it's not COVID-19. Stay home. You'll need to provide your own face covering (multi-layered masks are preferred) to be worn at all times when on-site except while eating and drinking. Masks with valves aren't allowed. Maintain at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and others at all times. All volunteers will complete a health screening (including a temperature check) at the start of each day confirming: no pending COVID-19 test results, no symptoms, no violation of the County's shelter-in-place order, and your understanding and agreement to follow our safety guidelines. For any questions, please contact: Clarissa Broughton, cbroughton@accfb.org. To sign up, please go to www.accfb.org/volunteer.

    Date Posted: September 14, 2021
  • Community Market Vehicle Loader Volunteers

    7900 Edgewater DriveOakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Every weekday, representatives from Food Bank partner organizations come to pick up food to distribute in their respective communities. Volunteers are needed to help these reps load their vehicles with food that can include items, e.g. sacks of potatoes, onions, weighing up to 50 lbs. We are seeking volunteers (ages 18+) who can commit to joining us for full days (7:30am-2:00pm) , at least once a week, for at least 4 weeks. Volunteers are welcome to sign up for more than one day. To sign up, please go to www.accfb.org/volunteer.

    Date Posted: September 14, 2021
  • Food Bank Volunteers - Weekday Food Sorting

    7900 Edgewater DriveOakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Volunteers needed to build emergency food bags, as well as sort and package produce in our warehouse. To minimize the risk of virus exposure we are limiting the initial number of unduplicated visitors and are seeking volunteers (age 18+) who can commit to joining us for at least one full day (8:30am-3pm) for at least 4 weeks. IMPORTANT: For your safety and the safety of our staff and community, please note: Volunteers must be age 18 or older. Volunteers must register. Volunteers cannot be admitted on a drop-in basis. All volunteers will be required to: Complete a daily health survey addressing areas including (but not limited) to symptoms, social distance practicing, and travel. Adhere to distancing guidelines at all times. Wear self-provided face coverings that meet CDC standards and Food Bank-provided gloves. Wash hands frequently, assist in facility sanitizing, and follow all CDC recommendations. To sign up, please go to www.accfb.org/volunteer.

    Date Posted: September 14, 2021
  • Cantonese/Mandarin Speaking Volunteers for Food Pantry

    1330 Lakeshore AveOakland, CA 94606
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are seeking Cantonese/Mandarin speaking volunteers to assist food pantry visitors in the monthly food pantry, helping to communicate safety guidelines, and registration and check in procedures and to gather information about who would be interested in a possible food delivery program.

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • 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: September 13, 2021
  • Become a sewing volunteer with Seasons Hospice! Help us honor life and offer hope!

    Oakland Metropolitan AreaOakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Use your compassion and talents to make a difference! Volunteer with hospice! We are currently looking for volunteers to help us create memory bears, a legacy gift, for patients' families. Turn a patient’s clothing into a personalized stuffed bear for the family to cherish. If you want to put your sewing expertise to a good cause, please get in touch. Here's some more info on the bears: https://www.seasons.org/blog/2017/06/07/memory-bears-offer-a-material-connection/ Seasons strives to provide excellence in end of life care for patients and families. All of our volunteers are given careful training by a team of hospice professionals. This orientation happens either in-person or via an interactive online learning format at your convenience. Seasons has developed several specialty roles, which allow volunteers to utilize their own strengths and interests. This offers a more meaningful and rewarding volunteer experience, and enhances the quality of life for our patients and families. Have a special skill? In addition to sewing, please review all the unique ways of volunteering below: Direct Care Volunteer: Provides a range of companionship and support to patients and caregivers at the bedside. Administrative Volunteer: Supports the important office operations of the program. Loyal Friends Pet Companion Volunteer: Uses certified therapy animals to engage patients. Smile Squad Volunteer: Young volunteers visit patients along with their adult guardian, and light up the room with the special joy that children bring. Music Companion Volunteer: Share the gift of music with our patients and families. Vigil Volunteer: When family support is not available, we want to make sure that no patient dies alone. Spiritual Presence Volunteer: Engage patients in familiar activities that provide spiritual comfort. Legacy Volunteer: Use crafts and multi-media to capture special memories and the unique legacy of each patient. Veteran Volunteer: No one understands the unique needs of our Veterans better than active or retired military personnel. Memory Bear Sewing Volunteer: Turn a patient’s clothing into a personalized stuffed bear for the family to cherish. Bereavement Volunteer: Provide support to families throughout their first year of bereavement services.

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • Volunteer with Oakland First Fridays Street Festival (Multiple Positions)

    2633 Telegraph AveSuite 109OAKLAND, CA 94612
    Fri, October 1, 2021 01:00 PM - 09:00 PM

    We thank you for your interest in volunteering with Oakland First Fridays! Please consider at least one of the following options: VOLUNTEER POSITIONS: Pre-Event Support: 1pm - 3pm We are looking for someone friendly and cooperative to help with last minute volunteer tasks and lead packets. Vendor Check-In: 2pm - 5pm Volunteers will make sure the vendors are in their correct spaces and keep track of who has arrived. We're looking for someone friendly, outgoing, and cooperative! Photographers: 4 pm - 9 pm We're looking for someone with a great artistic eye! We will provide credit for the photographer wherever we place the images. Must have some photography experience! Ability to photograph action, low lighting and outdoors. You'll need to provide your own equipment, edit and post final photos to our shared Google drive within 7 days after the event. Performance Area Coordinator: 4:30 pm - 8:30pm Volunteers will manage performance line up & troubleshoot informal performances. We're looking for someone with great people skills! Volunteer Coordination: 5pm - 9pm Volunteers will work the Oakland First Fridays by checking in and out our volunteers. Videographer: 4pm - 9pm We're looking for someone with a great artistic eye! We will provide credit for the videographer wherever we place the media. You'll need to provide your own equipment, edit and post final photos to our shared Google drive within 7 days after the event. Runner: 3pm - 5pm OR 5pm - 9pm Volunteers will provide support wherever needed during the festival. We're looking for someone friendly, cooperative, and able to work in a team! Bar Support: 4 pm - 7 pm or 7 pm - 9 pm *Must be at least 21 years old* Volunteers will assist the KONO garden with setting up the bar. We're looking for someone friendly, upbeat, and outgoing! Social Media Volunteer: 4 pm - 9pm Cover the first Friday event on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. You’ll use your personality and social media knowledge to speak to the audience while promoting the event. You’ll capture and promote the variety of performances happening on the different stages throughout the festival. You’ll also capture the diversity of people and engage attendees in the story you create online. You will work directly with the marketing director. Recycling and Sorting Volunteer: 5pm- 8:30 pm Volunteers will advise our patrons how to properly separate and place their discards into the correct receptacles. Inventory Check-out 4 pm - 9 pm Volunteers will monitor which vendors are checking out materials to use for the event. HOW TO APPLY Visit this link to register: https://forms.gle/a4ZiMZ6deBrCr6Q16 You can also email us at volunteers@oaklandfirstfridays.org Check out our website for more information: http://oaklandfirstfridays.org/volunteers Oakland First Fridays provides thousands of people from across the Bay Area and beyond with encounters and experiences with local art forms, inspiration, food, music, and the energy of the electric city of Oakland, California. Oakland First Fridays volunteers will receive free food whenever they volunteer, community hours, and resume building skills. On behalf of KONO (Koreatown Northgate) Community Benefit District, a 501(c)3 non-profit- Oakland First Fridays, art and community street festival celebrating and sustaining the arts, we would like to thank for your support! Being almost an entirely volunteer run organization, it takes a massive collaborative effort between the volunteers and the Oakland First Friday team to keep this event thriving each month.

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • Tutor and Teach San Francisco Students this Fall!

    350 Masonic AvenueSan Francisco, CA 94118
    Mon, October 4, 2021 - Fri, December 3, 2021

    What is Breakthrough? Breakthrough San Francisco is an educational non-profit that supports young people in San Francisco on the path to college and trains outstanding college students for education careers. What will volunteers be doing? We're looking for volunteers to tutor and teach enthusiastic 5th-8th graders from across San Francisco through our comprehensive, tuition-free after-school program. All volunteers receive extensive training and ongoing support from Breakthrough’s program staff; all programming takes place at SF Day School (350 Masonic Avenue at Golden Gate Avenue). In addition, we're excited to continue the 1:1 virtual academic support for our high school students that we launched during the pandemic. What is the commitment? After a year and a half on Zoom, we're excited to resume in-person programming in fall 2021, helping our students deepen their academic skills and sense of community following the pandemic. Anticipated Schedule: *Mon, Tue, Wed, and Thu from 4:30 - 6:30 pm, in-person at SF Day School Back-Up Schedule (if required by public health conditions, due to COVID): *Tue and Thu from 4:30 - 6:30 pm, in-person at SF Day School *Sat from 10 am - 12 pm (tentative timing), in-person at SF Day School *Wed from 4:30 - 6:30 pm, on Zoom The volunteer commitment is one session per week, beginning the week of October 4 and running through the week of November 29 (except for Thanksgiving week). Volunteers are also required to attend training sessions, take part in a mid-semester check-in conversation, and complete other work as needed. Volunteers must be fully vaccinated in order to work with students in-person. Please see the application for more details. How to Apply The application can be found at www.breakthroughsf.org/tutor and is due by Fri, Sept 17. Questions can be directed to Sara Marcopulos, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, at sara@breakthroughsf.org.

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • Lake Lunches - Food Prep and Distributors Needed

    1255 First AveOaklandOakland, CA 94606
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Lake Lunches is a food ministry of Lake Merritt United Methodist Church. Serving 95 lunches twice a week to the hungry and unsheltered no questions asked in the areas surrounding Lake Merritt. Volunteers are needed to assist in preparing & packing lunches and walking the lake area near by to distribute the meals. Due to COVID-19 spread concerns, we are limiting the number of volunteers we typically have to run the distribution and reduced the prep days to Mondays for this season. When tickets run out on Eventbrite we have reached our maximum. If you are willing to be on call if a vacancy occurs unexpectedly, please select that ticket. Lunch preparation & packing takes place on Mondays weekly from 2-4 pm Mobile Lunch distribution takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays weekly from 11:30 am-1:15 pm. Curbside Lunch distribution takes place on Tuesdays weekly from 1:15-2:30. Special needs include baking cookies, preparing granola, preparing meats for sandwiches. Food resources are generously sourced through donations and through our partnership with Alameda County Community Food Bank. We also distribute hygiene items and are always seeking donations for this purpose. To sign up or learn more, email liftconcertoakland@gmail.com or go to: https://lakelunchesoakland.eventbrite.com/?aff=VolunteerMatch

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • The Excelsior Community Food Pantry is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

    San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living302 Silver AvenueSan Francisco, CA 94112
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The Excelsior Community Food Pantry is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. We plan to reopen as soon as it is safe to do so. Please check back in the future as we will need volunteers once we are allowed to reopen.

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • 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: September 13, 2021
  • Honor life and offer hope - become a pet therapy volunteer with Seasons Hospice - Oakland!

    Homes & facilities in Alameda/Contra Costa CountyOakland, CA 94621
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Use your compassion and talents to make a difference! Volunteer with hospice in Alameda and Contra Costa County, CA! Seasons strives to provide excellence in end of life care for patients and families. All of our volunteers are given careful training by a team of hospice professionals. This orientation happens either in-person or via an interactive online learning format at your convenience. Seasons is looking for pet therapy animals and their human companions to visit our patients in facilities and in homes throughout Alameda and Contra Costa County. If you have a certified pet therapy animal and would like to make a difference in the lives of hospice patients and their families, please contact our friendly Volunteer Services Coordinator Brian Fraser at bfraser@seasons.org to learn more!

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • Food Pantry Volunteers and Language Interpreters Needed!

    1330 Lakeshore AveOakland, CA 94606
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are in unprecedented times with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting our communities. The Lake Merritt United Methodist Church (LMUMC) Food Pantry has been serving the Oakland community and the Alameda County for over 35 years by providing free food to individuals and families. The Food Pantry distributes fresh produce and nutritious shelf stable food (such as tofu, canned chicken, dried beans, rice and hot cereal). We are continuing the work of the food pantry with modifications to our typical procedures to ensure safety for volunteers and community members seeking food. When: Food Bagging: Friday before distribution 12:30-1:30 and 1:30-3:30 pm Food Distribution: Saturday (typically 4th Saturday of the month, holidays may vary) 7:45-11 am Help Needed: Due to COVID-19 spread concerns, we are limiting the number of volunteers we typically have to run the distribution. When tickets run out on Eventbrite we have reached our maximum. If you are willing to be on call if a vacancy occurs unexpectedly, please select that ticket. Friday Food Baggers: Volunteers are needed to bag food resources. While we typically gather over thirty volunteers each month, we will be reducing our operation to meet the safety levels of those gathering. Note that the work space allows for good social distancing and frequent handwashing. Saturday Distributors: A few consistent volunteers are needed to hand out bags on the Saturday. Language Interpreters: We are also seeking individuals who are able and willing to serve as language interpreters in the primary languages of the food pantry visitors including Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and others. Drivers: We are working on setting up a drop off system to enable seniors to shelter in place. Please indicate if you are volunteering with a group, if you are also able to support as a language interpreter, food bagger, distributor, or driver. Needs are subject to change. Why and Impact Hunger is a serious problem in Alameda County. 1 in 5 families in the county rely on ACCFB Agencies for food. Our Food Pantry fills an important need in the Lake Merritt area. An average of 430 families come for food each time, with an aggregate total for the year of almost 10,000 families. Last year, we distributed 127,910 pounds of food to these families, including 55,775 pounds of fresh produce. The ACCFB supplies the fresh produce free of charge and subsidizes the cost of the shelf stable food. We are staffed completely by volunteers from the church and community; students from several Oakland youth organizations volunteer regularly, as do a number of the food recipients. Sign up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lake-merritt-umc-food-pantry-tickets-87444818807

    Date Posted: September 13, 2021
  • Will you be their SAFE place? (Let me crash on your couch...please?) - Oakland, CA

    EverywhereOakland, CA 94603
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you tired of waking up alone in an empty bed? Do you have plenty of extra time but no one to spend it with? Why not enrich your life while saving another by fostering a pet? Every year, almost 2 million healthy and adoptable animals are euthanized in shelters in the U.S. in large part due to lack of space. But the good news is that through fostering, YOU can make a difference. By opening your home to an animal in need, you create a space in the shelter for another life to be saved. Together, we can spare more animals from suffering and euthanasia. If you decide that fostering is for you, just tap on the "I Want to Help" button above to learn more.

    Date Posted: September 10, 2021
  • Will you be their SAFE place? (Let me crash on your couch...please?) - San Francisco, CA

    everywhereSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you tired of waking up alone in an empty bed? Do you have plenty of extra time but no one to spend it with? Why not enrich your life while saving another by fostering a pet? Every year, almost 2 million healthy and adoptable animals are euthanized in shelters in the U.S. in large part due to lack of space. But the good news is that through fostering, YOU can make a difference. By opening your home to an animal in need, you create a space in the shelter for another life to be saved. Together, we can spare more animals from suffering and euthanasia. If you decide that fostering is for you, just tap on the "I Want to Help" button above to learn more.

    Date Posted: September 10, 2021
  • Drive a leg, Save a Life! - San Francisco, CA

    EverywhereSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Donating a little of your time and driving skills will make a tremendous difference in helping our furry friends. We are seeking dedicated and compassionate people who are willing to be a Transport Volunteer. Animal Rescues and Shelters are always in need of transporting animals who are at risk of euthanasia. If you love animals and have a vehicle then you can help! If you would like to learn more just tap on the "I Want to Help" button above to get started."

    Date Posted: September 10, 2021
  • Just a "Swoop and Soar" to help save the animals! (Punch holes in the sky) - San Francisco, CA

    EverywhereSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Do you want to be the Animal’s superhero? Well, now's your chance! Rescues and Shelters do their best to transport animals to other locations to give them their best chance at finding their new forever home. They create the transport requests to get the animals where they need to go and Volunteers like YOU sign up for legs of the trip. It’s really that simple! We are seeking dedicated and compassionate people who are willing to help animals in need by being their PILOT. If you would like to learn more just tap on the "I Want to Help" button above!

    Date Posted: September 10, 2021
  • Let me crash on your couch...please? - San Francisco, CA

    everywhereSan Francisco, CA 94110
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you tired of waking up alone in an empty bed? Do you have plenty of extra time but no one to spend it with? Why not enrich your life while saving another by fostering a pet? Every year, almost 2 million healthy and adoptable animals are euthanized in shelters in the U.S. in large part due to lack of space. But the good news is that through fostering, YOU can make a difference. By opening your home to an animal in need, you create a space in the shelter for another life to be saved. Together, we can spare more animals from suffering and euthanasia. If you decide that fostering is for you, just tap on the "I Want to Help" button above to learn more.

    Date Posted: September 10, 2021
  • Let me crash on your couch...please? - Oakland, CA

    EverywhereOakland, CA 94603
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you tired of waking up alone in an empty bed? Do you have plenty of extra time but no one to spend it with? Why not enrich your life while saving another by fostering a pet? Every year, almost 2 million healthy and adoptable animals are euthanized in shelters in the U.S. in large part due to lack of space. But the good news is that through fostering, YOU can make a difference. By opening your home to an animal in need, you create a space in the shelter for another life to be saved. Together, we can spare more animals from suffering and euthanasia. If you decide that fostering is for you, just tap on the "I Want to Help" button above to learn more.

    Date Posted: September 10, 2021