During these uncertain times, how can we help?
See below to access our COVID-19 Resource Hub, and to explore our growing directory of both COVID-19-specific and virtual volunteering opportunities.
The NAMI Greater Boston Peer Support and Advocacy Network (PSAN): www.namiboston.org/people-living-mental-illness/ is a peer-run organization helping people advance in their recovery from mental health and/or addictions. The public policy associate will help PSAN advocate for policies and laws which improve the quality of life for people with mental health and/or addictions. The associate will be be helping to organize existing advocates and recruit new advocates and teaching them how to do individual and systemic advocacy. The associate will also analyze state and Federal legislation and report back to our staff and members. We will participate in various lobby days at the State House, preparing people to meet with legislators and in emailing, calling or writing public officials. We also will be partnering with allied organizations. You will be working closely co-founder Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP, COAPS a nationally recognized mental health advocate. NAMI GB CAN also helps staff the Hope Center www.hoperlc.org and is a partner of the Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community www.metrobostonrlc.org Some work can be done outside of the office. To apply or if you have any questions, please contact Howard D. Trachtman, BS, CPS, CPRP, COAPS co-founder and President Emeritus. Email firstname.lastname@example.org home/office (781) 642-0368
Forest Unlimited need to stay abreast of legal developments related to forestry at the California Legislature and the California Board of Forestry & Fire Protection. This involves monitoring state web sites, meetings of the Board of Forestry and the legislature's Natural Resources Committees and analyzing the affects on our mission. Our Legislative Liaison reports to our Executive Director once every two weeks. All of this can be done online.
Study Abroad and VOTE! - that's the goal of the program - and what you would shoot for as the program manager. Did you know that the sooner a person votes in their life, the more likely they are to continuing voting in the future? An that the over 300,000 students going abroad to study this year could request their ballots and vote in the 2020 elections? We have a program, a toolkit ready to go and need a manager to take these tools and make the program hum. Is that you? We need a program manager and support team ready and able to help us promote our Study Abroad and Vote! program to Universities and Colleges who have such programs underway. Student Votes matter. Many students don't even know they can vote while away at school abroad, or how to go about it. We have those answers. But we need help to roll the program out. Requires a computer, phone capability and an enthusiastic attitude! That's it! Let us know if you are interested. Be prepared to send us information about you as well. For example, a resume, your LinkedIn profile, etc.
Helping and giving back to neighbors, health care workers and others is how we can be powerful during this critical time. Share your good acts on socials and use #ShowUsYourGood Add your voice to ours to inform change through legislation! We support several provisions of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which: Guarantees free coronavirus testing Increases manufacturing of protective equipment Enhances federal nutrition programs Increases Medicaid funding Other immediate and important actions for volunteers include electronically signing a petition calling on the federal government to address medical equipment shortages and encouraging support of legislation addressing Surprise Medical Billing as thousands of American are seeking emergency medical care and worrying about the staggering bills that could result. Visit www.yourethecure.org to register with the American Heart Association’s Advocacy Network and take action.
We need two free lance writers to write articles for publication in magazines and newspapers about our various projects and concerns. Topics will be selected in consultation with our Writers. Generally these topics will concern forestry practices, the Board of Forestry, specific logging plans, reforestation projects and other parts of Forest Unlimited"s programs and projects.
Editing & Proofreading To increase the quality and volume of our written content, we are looking for a volunteer to help provide editorial feedback, suggestions, and edits on documents. Our nonprofit organization produces documents for our Board, funders, and groups we serve. The content consists of strategy documents, short proposals (6-10 pages), issue briefs, reports, and occasionally content for the web. We need help developing content from original drafts to final versions for distribution. This volunteer opportunity involves suggestions on organization, style, editorial feedback, writing, and copyediting. The content is usually related to organizing and campaign work on justice, human rights, environmental, refugee protection, anti-gun violence, and public health issues. The work will be done in our google docs. The time working on the document will be spaced out. To start, we will provide you with context, the goal, background on the audience, and an outline or a draft. You will organize content, make suggestions on development, or do a rewrite. We will then respond. kicking the document back and forth 2 or 3 times over several days. The final request will be to give it a copyedit. Rinse. Repeat.
We are an exciting and innovative start-up (Fiscally Sponsored 501(C)(3)) with a strong Volunteer Team, strategic partnerships, and notable partners in the nonprofit sector. We are ready to launch and need a dynamic Fundraising Specialist to join our team. We need that special person with experience, connections, and the ability to make the ask. We thank you in advance for your service! Desired Skills: Good listener Ability to motivate Hard worker Concern for people High expectations Love the work High energy Perseverance Presence
Welcome Committee volunteers make sure the processes for participating in Halt the Harm Network are smooth, inclusive and friendly. We support network participants via the "Welcome Committee". We are looking for people that are passionate about the environment, helping others, good at customer service, and willing to go the extra mile to help users understand what our network offers. We are looking for people that want to promote an inclusive and supportive network for people fighting the harms of fracking and gas development. The volunteers cultivate the relationships of people to each other in Halt the Harm Network. Work includes: Completing a checklist including the online orientation video and document review that explains HHN and the branding and tone guide for the project. Reach out to welcome leaders that have joined the network as part of a "Welcome Committee". Serve as a credible source of knowledge and information about our network (with training) to new leaders. Develop notes and ideas on how the network can best serve the new user. Share issue support, moral support, empathy, and feedback to peers across the environmental movement that are interacting with Halt the Harm Network as new or targeted members for boosted engagement. Respond to and provide feedback and decision guidance to the operations team on participant issues that are raised from Halt the Harm Network members. Provide detailed feedback and improvements which helps us improve the welcome committee documentation, orientation, and process for volunteers and users of our network. Taking detailed notes at those online working sessions and following up on the work outlined. Independent project management, time tracking, reporting, and coordination communication as needed to complete the work outlined.
The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that is working to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. This is a 12-week, part-time, unpaid internship. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and set their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog. - Interview sources and research topics in-depth. - Write 2 well-researched articles per week. - Communicate with editors and supervisors. - Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets. - Attend training and orientation the first and third Monday of the internship, at 4pm PST. Qualifications: Strong journalism writing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines with very little supervision. Experience writing for newspapers is helpful, but not required.
The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that is working to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. This is a part-time 14-hours per week, unpaid telecommuting internship. The internship is 4-months and responsible for leading public and political outreach in the state and district assigned to. - Meet with members of Congress and/or Congressional staffers in your State and District. - Represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events. - Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets. - Mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation. - As needed, speak to groups, classes and organizations. - Write letters of support for key programs to political leaders, media and other groups. Qualifications: - Outstanding writing skills. - Self-starter who can produce great results with limited supervision. - Strong oral communication skills and ability to lead meetings and give speeches.
Writer Location: Nationwide (telecommute volunteer role) Salary: Unpaid Duration: 3-months Hours: 10-15 hours per week This is a 12-week, part-time volunteer role. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Write 2 articles per week for The Borgen Project’s blog and Magazine. Writing will focus on quality, but also improving search ranking. Assist with advocacy and fundraising. Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Must be able to work independently and meet deadlines with very little supervision. Experience writing SEO friendly content is helpful, but not required. How to Apply: To apply, send your resume and two writing samples to email@example.com.
introduces youth to United States political system. The Campaign Manger will work with the youth on the structure of our political system. youth will choose to run for a seat in the within the local offices, house or the US Senate. They will create her own campaign and the Campaign manger will help them with a platform, campaign slogan, campaign finance plan, campaign marketing materials and a political ad for YouTube. All youth participants will register to vote and then vote in an election. Once elected for office and sworn in, the newly installed members of Congress will learn how to introduce a bill, debate the merits of the bill, lobby fellow legislators, collaborate with the Executive branch and finally vote on the proposed bill. This is a nonpartisan program designed to educate the youth about the our Government and political structure in a way that they can be engaged. It is all virtual and flexible. You will choose to work your own hours. If you have Campaign Management Experience then that is a plus.
Note: the following is an opportunity for volunteer, part time, flexible work. Please DO NOT APPLY if you are only looking for paid employment.* Minimum 6 months commitment required. Company Overview The nonprofit news organization WhoWhatWhy is looking for volunteer technical writers to join our team. You are a skilled, empathetic, and creative writer who can research and explain complex concepts simply. You are driven to problem-solve and you care deeply about helping others. If you fit the following description, please send us your resume and a customized cover letter. Who We Are We are a remarkable news organization and community that is making a difference, setting a new standard, and innovating on every front. A nonprofit that accepts no advertising, WhoWhatWhy is staffed largely with skilled volunteers dedicated to elevating public awareness and fostering a more vigorous democracy. Expectations You will work remotely and on your own schedule, though we require a minimum commitment of 5-8 hours a week. Because our staff is spread throughout the world, we communicate mostly through email. All staff are required to respond to emails on a daily basis. Because it usually takes two to four weeks before volunteers become fully functional and require less supervision, we prefer candidates who can commit a minimum of three months to our organization. This is a work at home position. To Apply Please send us a resume and carefully reasoned, customized cover letter that shows that you have studied and thought about what we do at WhoWhatWhy. Our mission must resonate deeply with you. We will not review applications that appear to be mass submissions. You must confirm your understanding that this is a volunteer position. Responsibilities Write and maintain manuals that clearly and concisely outline the responsibilities and thought process behind functions Work closely with the all the teams in defining the content of System Manuals, User Guides, and other technical documents. Communicate regularly with all department heads to learn about their training requirements Research, outline, write, and edit new and existing content, working closely with various departments to understand project requirements Develop content in alternative media forms for maximum usability, with a consistent and cohesive voice across all documentation Qualifications 2 years of relevant experience as a technical writer and with preparing instructional manuals Good attention to detail and follows procedures/protocols. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as inquisitive mind that guides the user to answer specific questions. BA/BS degree in Technical Writing or a related field or equivalent practical experience. To Apply please visit our career page : https://whowhatwhyrb.applytojob.com/apply/ZskOgoR313/Technical-Writer-Volunteer
We are looking for volunteers within the realm of content creation, for the purpose of significantly building up our brand/audience as an organization. We are searching for volunteers/creatives who would be interested in being apart of our cause in building a political movement by and for the working class. Skills including but not limited to: Illustrator proficiency Graphic Design Video Editing (Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, After Effects, etc.) Creative minds We hope that you can use this opportunity to build up your portfolio within a means that contributes to a positive impact on society.
We are looking for a volunteer or intern to assist with managing our documentation resources and repositories to increase Clear Blue Sea’s productivity and effectiveness in performing our mission and completing over 15 ongoing projects, all of which involve documentation. By documentation, we mean an umbrella term for text files, engineering drawings, photos, videos, research papers, news articles, and other documented information relevant to ocean conservancy and Clear Blue Sea’s projects ranging from engineering to social media. This position offers flexible hours with specific roles and responsibilities defined in collaboration with the CBSea team. If you are passionate about saving the oceans and have a knack for business management, please get in touch! Don’t worry about what your major is, since we have all sorts of student interns working on projects that are both inside and outside their academic field. Specific documentation administration tasks include: Review current multiple Clear Blue Sea (CBSea) documentation repositories to gain familiarity with their structure and content Identify duplicative files that can be delete to conserve repository space Develop CBSea documentation guidelines regarding format, structure, design, glossary, writing style, document review processes, and document approval policies Provide training on CBSea document management to all volunteers/interns Identify emergent research papers on the topics of ocean plastic, unmanned robotics, ocean conservancy, etc. that would be important for CBSea Identify documentation issues with potential resolutions for review by CBSea management Attend weekly management meetings with Clear Blue Sea leadership to present status, brainstorm issues, discuss next steps, and secure guidance and collaboration as needed Here are capabilities and attributes we look for in our interns and volunteers: Committed to completing work assignments on time and with high quality Passionate about remediating the oceans of plastic pollution Interested in strengthening brainstorming and teamwork skills on CBSea projects Effective verbal and written communication skills Experienced in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) for CBSea documentation
PROJECT DESCRIPTION Queens Public Library is seeking volunteers to serve as Census 2020 Online Ambassadors. Online Ambassadors are tasked with spreading the word about the Census to family and friends and encouraging them to complete the survey. Receive training to learn the facts and provide your networks with accurate information about the survey--what it asks, who is eligible to participate; and how personal data is protected. Specific duties: Conduct an Outreach Tree - contact a minimum of five (5) people per week to determine who has complete the Census survey Answer any questions about the survey and refer others to available resources Track your outreach on a weekly basis Attend a weekly meeting to share feedback and stay updated about Census-related news and activities REQUIREMENTS 16 years and older Attend two 90-minute trainings Comfortable using digital technology possess access to the internet Available through June 30th Must complete an online training session and readiness quiz prior to start VISIT THE QPL VOLUNTEER PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION - VOLUNTEER.QUEENSLIBRARY.ORG
Are you looking for a chance to make a difference in your community? A way to have a real impact on climate issues that directly affect you, your business, your friends and neighbors and future generations? Then join our petition committee that is working to create presentations that combine hard facts and true stories to persuade our local government to enact policies that will protect our climate and our community. Our goal with this petition is to eventually get all of Deschutes county on board with adopting clean energy into its infrastructure. In this petition, we ask that the County begin an evaluation process to determine how to capitalize on the clean energy economy. This includes working with efficiency programs, fleet evaluation to support the transition away from dirty fuels, and incentivization of energy, efficiency, and cleaner fuel programs. The committee will meet approximately once per month for about an hour. Tasks for individuals to accomplish to further the cause will be designated during meetings.
Are you looking for a chance to make a difference in your community? A way to have a real impact on climate issues that directly affect you, your business, your friends and neighbors and future generations? Then join our petition committee that is working to create presentations that combine hard facts and true stories to persuade our local government to enact policies that will protect our climate and our community. The number of trains carrying highly flammable petroleum products by rail through Oregon is increasing, and a recent executive order from the White House opens the door for liquified natural gas (LNG) to be transported by rail as well. In our city, the tracks run through busy and highly developed areas. In the case of a potential spill or derailment, disaster response and cleanup efforts could easily total in the millions or even billions of dollars. In this petition, we ask that the city council codify that any corporation transporting oil or LNG by rail through our community needs to carry insurance equal to the cost of a worst-case spill or fire, and to carry a surety bond obligating them to pay the cost of response and cleanup, and disclose the dangerous cargo to first responders with at least 24 hours notice. The committee will meet approximately once per month for about an hour. Tasks for individuals to accomplish to further the cause will be designated during meetings.
While the pandemic may prevent us from being politically active in real life, it won’t stop us from mobilizing online! Turnout Nation is a non-partisan network of passionate people working to increase turnout in US elections. Our movement is carried by Captains, volunteers who recruit 10 people in their social circle to vote. The main responsibility of a Captain is to get their friends to commit to voting by creating an ongoing dialog about the importance of voting and how to get it done. They use our easy to access resources to provide up-to-date information on registration and voting to their connections until election day. We are invested in this methodology because it works! In a randomized control trial run by Dr. Donald Green from Columbia University, our relational organizing was proven to be 10x more effective than door-to-door canvassing. How you can join the network: Join our Captain community by finding 10 family members, friends, and acquaintances you’ll get to vote! Captains enter their 10 names in our android/iOS app to check their registration and voting status, and can recruit other Captains, thereby multiplying their impact. We only use data to give Captains this information and will never sell data. We will never ask for the contact information of voters or attempt to contact them. Protecting the information of Captains and voters is our top priority. Captains that want to contribute more time outside of helping their 10 voters can Join the Support Team and help with research, content creation, and other technical projects, and help us recruit more Captains in our target states. Why it Matters: Just over half US citizens voted in 2016 and states are increasingly decided by razor thin margins. By using an effective turnout method, you can have a big impact. The work doesn’t stop after the 2020 presidential election. Our community is invited to keep using our platform to increase voter turnout for other local and statewide initiatives and elections. Turnout Nation is a non-partisan, fiscally sponsored project under the Social Good Fund, a 501(C3) non-profit. For general inquiries, please visit our website.
Every month we host a free public speaking tournament and essay contest on a different topic for any students (elementary, middle school, high school and college!). Please note this volunteer opportunity is for the Essay and Speechwriting Tournament. You will be judging essays and written speeches . But you can sign up for the Public Speaking (Video) Tournament on our other monthly volunteer opportunity! All students (K-College) are invited to participate. Please share the word as well! We invite all students (Elementary, Middle School, High School and College) in the United States to participate! Students submit either a written speech and/or video speech. We need judges to judge about 5-10 students each and provide written feedback on their written speeches. No speech or debate experience is required to be a judge. If you are interested in an orientation and training, our staff can provide any training at your convenience. The top student submissions will then compete in a "Final Round." All our student participants receive a certificate of participation and top students receive ribbons, medals, or trophies. This is an incredible program for youth because Public Speaking is one of the #1 fears but it is also one of the most critical skills for college, career and civic success. We need your help in empowering our future generations of leaders. Our mission is that every student and every school should have access to speech and debate opportunities. All students are Great Debaters! THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR PROGRAM POSSIBLE. Our program is entirely free. We rely on incredible and inspirational volunteers like you to support students in developing their speech, debate and public speaking skills.
Every month we host a free public speaking tournament and essay contest on a different topic for any students (elementary, middle school, high school and college!). Please note this volunteer opportunity is for the Public Speaking (Video) competition. But you can sign up to Judge Essays on our other monthly volunteer opportunity! All students (K-College) are invited to participate. Please share the word as well! We invite all students (Elementary, Middle School, High School and College) in the United States to participate! Any student and family member can visit our website - www.greatdebatersonline.org for more information! Students submit either a written speech and/or video speech. Students submit either a written speech and/or video speech. We need judges to judge about 5-10 students each and provide written feedback on their video speeches. No speech or debate experience is required to be a judge. If you are interested in an orientation and training, our staff can provide any training at your convenience. The top student submissions will then compete in a "Final Round." All our student participants receive a certificate of participation and top students receive ribbons, medals, or trophies. This is an incredible program for youth because Public Speaking is one of the #1 fears but it is also one of the most critical skills for college, career and civic success. We need your help in empowering our future generations of leaders. Our mission is that every student and every school should have access to speech and debate opportunities. All students are Great Debaters! THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR PROGRAM POSSIBLE. Our program is entirely free. We rely on incredible and inspirational volunteers like you to support students in developing their speech, debate and public speaking skills.
You must submit your application at https://pasquines.us/join-us/ Applications on other websites will not be considered. Pasquines is looking for students and recent graduates who wish to gain experience in the field of journalism, writing, and policy. All majors accepted, but previous experience in editing and writing is a must. Accepted experience includes: leading a college newspaper, or writing for an established media outlet. The Federal Affairs Assistant Editor will assist in editing, writing, and spreading news coverage about the US territories in the context of the federal government. They will assist our content writers, and serve as journalists for the assigned topics, helping to guide our content in order to fulfill our mission. What are the position’s duties? In the respective area: Assist with news coverage, topic assignment Help report, research and write breaking news and long-form journalism, including features, analyses, personality profiles, Q&As, among others Contribute at least one (1) story every 2 weeks Monitor events in designated areas for development of stories Oversee and edit the work of assigned writers For these topics: Federal government and policy issues that affect the US territories National general news affect by policy, and government that affect the US territories National history that affected the US territories We prefer candidates that: Have knowledge of and comfort in writing about current events across beats Have an entrepreneurial and independent streak, and the ability to stay motivated Have good news judgment Have concise and clever headline writing skills Have a demonstrated ability to bring analysis and sharp angles to daily news stories Have at least a basic understanding of the fast speed of web journalism and the importance of careful editing Have some knowledge of SEO and social media Have a strong interest or knowledge of the US Virgin Islands
About the opportunity We need an Android developer to help finish the MVP of our incredible app! We are about 50% the way through developing it already. About The Climate App The Climate app is an easy and fun way to track your actions and progress in reducing CO2 while getting inspired by what your friends and network are doing too. We are a group of climate enthusiasts coming together from around the world in order to solve the biggest threat of our time (even more than Corona!) We are a team of experienced entrepreneurs, developers, designers and community-builders. We look forward to other brilliant people joining us! What are we looking for? Ideally someone with app / android dev experience. Open to other possibilities such as to highly skilled java devs. Website: www.theclimateapp.earth/ The team: https://www.theclimateapp.earth/team FB community: www.facebook.com/groups/8billionminds Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_climate_app/
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Purpose/Objective: Hunger Free America (HFA) is a national advocacy and direct service organization focused on effecting policy change. We are a dynamic, progressive, and growing organization - founded in 1983 as the New York City Coalition Against Hunger - that now both facilitates immediate food assistance through safety net and other programs and helps lead the national fight to improve anti-hunger public policies. In 2013, the Nation called the organization one of the country’s "leading direct service and advocacy organizations on hunger and poverty."’ We monitor legislative actions regarding safety net programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Woman, Infant and Children’s (WIC) program, and school meals. We seek improvements in these programs like a boost to SNAP benefit levels, universal school meals, and online access for the application and management of social programs. The activities for this volunteer role depend on current legislative priorities which is ideal for someone who is flexible and wants to take initiative to accomplish our goals. Key Responsibilities: Report to the Director of Advocacy, Policy, and Research Contact elected officials and government entities about our legislative priorities Schedule meetings with key stake holders regarding budget and legislative priorities Prepare draft materials - e.g. public testimony, grant proposals, fact sheets, press releases, outreach materials - for the media, funders, elected officials, partner organizations, and the public. Create content for social media channels calling for action on our legislative priorities Qualifications: An Associate’s Degree or 1-2 years related work experience in social work, education, public health, public administration, nutrition, public policy. Knowledge of federal nutrition programs like SNAP, WIC, and/or the NYC School System Willingness/experience working with non-profit organizations and government agencies Excellent writing, communication, research, and analysis skills. Strong interpersonal, collaborative, and relationship-building skills. Positive, self-starter attitude; ability to take initiative, think creatively, and work independently. Commitment to Hunger Free America’s mission to end hunger in the United States. Training/Support Provided: The Director of Advocacy, Policy, and Research support Hunger Volunteers by providing background and materials on our previous body of research and technical instruction for any task assigned. You will be added to a community of passionate hunger advocates that will organize opportunities for emotional support and collaborative brainstorming. Please send a basic resume describing work experience and relevant interests to Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every month we host a free public speaking tournament and essay contest on a different topic for any students (elementary, middle school, high school and college!). Please note this volunteer opportunity is for the Essay and Speechwriting Tournament. But you can sign up for the Public Speaking (Video) Tournament on our other monthly volunteer opportunity! All students (K-College) are invited to participate. Students submit either a written speech and/or video speech. We need judges to judge about 5-10 students each and provide written feedback on their video speeches. No speech or debate experience is required to be a judge. If you are interested in an orientation and training, our staff can provide any training at your convenience. The top student submissions will then compete in a "Final Round." All our student participants receive a certificate of participation and top students receive ribbons, medals, or trophies. This is an incredible program for youth because Public Speaking is one of the #1 fears but it is also one of the most critical skills for college, career and civic success. We need your help in empowering our future generations of leaders. Our mission is that every student and every school should have access to speech and debate opportunities. All students are Great Debaters! THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR PROGRAM POSSIBLE. Our program is entirely free. We rely on incredible and inspirational volunteers like you to support students in developing their speech, debate and public speaking skills.
Recruit a team of 8-12 volunteers in your community. Lead like-minded friends with CCL activities including contacting and meeting with Congressional leaders, writing letters to the editors of national and local newspapers, plan outreach activities to educate the community and recruit new CCL partners Host (at your home or community venue) monthly national conference calls with your group. Educate Congress and the public about global warming and legislative solutions. Make the verbal and written case for specific action items. Learn, improve and actively use communication and civics skills to address current climate change issues. Opportunity for college or university internship (unpaid). Great training and support.
Be a human rights activist without leaving home! You can be an integral part of ending the death penalty in Pennsylvania. You don't even have to be a PA resident. We are looking for help managing our contact list, We need someone who can enter information without any errors. Work at your own pace at times that are most convenient for you. We will set deadlines together rather than impose them on you. What's key is that you meet those deadlines. A minimum of two hours per week is required. Pennsylvanians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty needs help managing some key administrative processes such as: Transferring contact information from handwritten signups via google sheets Editing pdfs Deduping data Tracking media coverage Idenitifying potential allies
Our website needs a makeover so that we can provide the best information possible to the public. We have the content, but not the tech skills to make our website awesome. Do you? We'll meet by video conference. Ending the deah penalty is important work. Will you help us?
We need information on the position of elected officials on the death penalty. This will include the reasons that legislators hold these positions, what else is important to them, and more. Some of them will be state level, while others will be more local. The work can be done remotely.
We train! Host a radio show while you learn. Get a wealth of knowledge and experience for your next radio job. Volunteer from home or office in your own spare time. We show you how, thanks to technology. ALL YOU NEED IS A CELL PHONE AND EMAIL ACCESS! Contact us and become a member today! Simply view info here https://www.blackberryradio.com/how-it-works and fill out the volunteer form here https://www.blackberryradio.com/volunteer * BlackBerry radio Incorporated believes in the right to free speech, and may not censor some or all of music across our radio platforms. We thank you for respecting our decision to uphold and embrace our First Amendment rights.
Every Voice is an all-volunteer organization of students and survivors working to combat sexual violence on college campuses (everyvoicema.org). For five years, we have advocated for comprehensive measures to support survivors, including access to healthcare and counseling services, as well as improved prevention and bystander intervention education and more transparent data collection. Today, we have student-written legislation filed in five states, and we are trying to bring on staff that can oversee our 100+ volunteers and see this work through to completion (30 out of the 50 states still have no legislation at all in place regarding campus sexual violence). Along with my co-founders, I have worked on this advocacy as a volunteer on nights and weekends over the past 6 years. Last month, I quit my job to go all-in on our advocacy, but right now we have little money and no staff. As we try to build a stronger organization that can empower the next generation of students to make their voices heard, our first step is going to be to put together a "case for support" so that we can raise the money we need to launch this campaign nationwide. We have an official logo and some written materials, but we want to think about how to put together a core "case for support" that will be professional, engaging, and compelling to foundations and donors. Any help would be greatly appreciated - thank you so much!!
Serve as the customer support agent supporting Red Cross managers, employees and volunteers who submit COVID-19-related exposure/diagnosis information to the HR mailbox: HR_COVID_Exposure@redcross.org. This position supports the National Headquarters (NHQ) Human Resources (HR) team. This is a remote (volunteer-from-home opportunity). Due to the ongoing business need for this work, we regret that this position is not ideal for an individual who are temporarily home due to COVID-19. Serve as customer support supporting Red Cross managers, employees and volunteers who submit COVID-19-related exposure/diagnosis information to the HR mailbox: HR_COVID_Exposure email Confirm details of staff’s exposure. Confirm medical guidance received by staff. Identify exposure to additional staff and clients. Open cases for all additional staff exposure. Report cases of client exposure to management team and appropriate medical director. Provide guidance on leave, alternate work, and pay. Take HR action based on each staff case. Review case information to identify gaps in data and/or needed follow-up. Follow up with managers, employees and/or volunteers for additional information. Data entry to bring a case to resolved status. All qualifications are required: Professional experience maintaining sensitive and confidential information Minimum of 6 years of experience working in human resources, labor relations or managing a team of employees Strong analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills to escalate cases as needed Proficient in Microsoft Office (i.e. Excel tracking and managing a shared inbox in Outlook) Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to demonstrate concern, patience, warmth, compassion High degree of attention to detail Comfortable with ambiguity and the ability to adapt to a fast-paced, ever-changing environment Reliable internet service A phone with the ability to make and receive long distance calls
Habitat loss and fragmentation are the biggest drivers of species decline and extinction worldwide. Over a million species are currently at risk of extinction. Fragmentation reduces the ability of wildlife to migrate, find mates, disperse (establish new territories), and may limit their access to food and water. Fragmentation also limits wildlife’s ability to adapt to climate change. As the climate warms, wildlife will need to move to more suitable habitats. Connections northward and upward will be particularly important as our climate warms to provide pathways to cooler climates, including mountain ranges. Colorado is in a unique position to be a leader for habitat connectivity in the West. Last August, Governor Jared Polis signed the executive order, "Conserving Colorado’s Big Game Winter Range and Migration Corridors," which will protect migration corridors through partnerships, technology, and collaborative funding efforts. Governor Polis has championed connectivity with his executive order, but in order to secure lasting and durable policies, we'll be working to build local support in key areas along the key wildlife migration routes and potential corridors. Come join us to build support across the state, making biodiversity and habitat connectivity a priority for cities, counties, and our state legislators! You will help with social media outreach, planning lobby meetings, expanding and strengthening our network of volunteers, and a lot more!
Turnout Nation needs legal volunteers to help us continue to protect our Captain's data and privacy as they help people vote on a larger scale. Please reach out if you'd like to help us with: Data-trust Incorporation General legal document review There are three ways you can volunteer with Turnout Nation depending on your availability. Quick-Fixers: Choose how much time you want to commit to work on more contained projects. Volunteer Consultants: Chime in with professional advice and support when your schedule allows. Sustained Effort Volunteers: Take on more long term initiatives and projects on a weekly basis. We look forward to hearing from you!
If you're interested in helping take on creative projects, consider joining our Support Team as a Volunteer Creative. There’s a lot of work to be done to support Captains and we’re excited for volunteers to contribute big ideas as the Turnout Nation community grows. You can choose how much you want to contribute and work on your own schedule. Turnout Nation needs skilled creatives to help us with: Social media strategy Graphic design Content creation Digital marketing Research There are three ways you can volunteer with Turnout Nation depending on your availability and expertise: Quick-Fixers: Choose how much time you want to commit every week to research and content creation projects. Volunteer Consultant: Chime in with professional advice and support when your schedule allows. Sustained Effort Volunteers: Take on more long term initiatives and projects on a weekly basis. We look forward to hearing from you!
This volunteer opportunity is with Movement Voter Project (MVP) and Community Change Action (CCA), organizations that funnel money and strategic support to upwards of 400 get-out-the-vote (GOTV) groups in +40 states across the country. MVP and CCA focus in particular on mobilizing marginalized and disenfranchised communities, those that are critical to the left's chances of winning elections this fall. MVP and CCA are sponsoring a digital media campaign for the benefit and use of the hundreds of grassroots get-out-the-vote organizations in their networks. That's where we need your design talent. The left does not have a cohesive visual lexicon right now, one that celebrates the values and inspirational heroes that are our true motivation to get to the polls this fall, more so than any particular politician. Our ask is for several hours of your time to participate in a "design jam" with other designers. During this design jam, the goal is to develop templates we can customize with a variety of images and language that would resonate with specific niches across the GOTV groups that MVP and CCA support. Think of this as going door-to-door to get voters out to the polls, but from the comfort of your home, and with your design skills. We will be creating graphics that support numerous causes, including climate justice, immigrant rights, protecting national forests, LGBTQ+ rights, women's rights, gun control, opioid addiction treatment, and other major policy areas in dire need of support. You will be able to dedicate your efforts to any and all values that you personally cherish and seek to uphold.
Miles needs your help! He left Active Duty Navy to run for this seat because of his love of country. Given the Coronavirus, his ability to get out has been significantly reduced. He requires your assistance in calling potential voters! Work is 100% remote and only requires a phone and connection to the internet. Check out https://www.milesforoklahoma.com/volunteer for more details.
Climate change is here and there’s no time to waste. In October 2018, the UN released its Special Report on Global Warming and confirmed that aggressive and unprecedented measures must be taken to reduce emissions and limit the global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius. 2020 is a critical year for climate change in the US and across the world. In order to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, we need to build an unprecedented amount of public support for climate action in Iowa and beyond. While our world is faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, we can still come together (online) to work for climate progress. Environment Iowa is launching a summer campaign to engage Iowans from all corners of the state while calling on our elected leaders to act on climate now while building long term support for federal climate policy. Environment Iowa is launching a volunteer Iowa Environmental Defense Network to cooridinate a statewide initiative to support federal climate policy while joining a local volunteer team. Join the team to build awareness about climate and other environmental issues, collect petitions, call elected officials, work with the media, learn grassroots organizing skills, and meet other Iowans who want to protect our beautiful state and make a difference.
Habitat loss and fragmentation are the biggest drivers of species decline and extinction worldwide. O ver a million species are currently at risk of extinction. Fragmentation reduces the ability of wildlife to migrate, find mates, disperse (establish new territories), and may limit their access to food and water. Fragmentation also limits wildlife’s ability to adapt to climate change. As the climate warms, wildlife will need to move to more suitable habitats. Connections northward and upward will be particularly important as our climate warms to provide pathways to cooler climates, including mountain ranges. Pennsylvania is primed to augment the leadership role the state has already taken around connectivity. That's why we're working to pass a bill through the state legislature to commission a study on the feasibility of and need for wildlife corridors in Pennsylvania. Come join us to build support across the state, making biodiversity and habitat connectivity a priority for cities, counties, and our state legislators! You will help with social media outreach, planning lobby meetings, expanding and strengthening our network of volunteers, and a lot more!
Join our Advocacy team from anywhere! Accepting online volunteers for our task forces and future ground teams. When you're accepted you'll be able to take part in our 3 Task forces: Economic Equality Task Force Democracy & Information Task Force Peacebuilding Task Force We help you train, and offer advocacy tools to directly create an impact in the world around you. For more information or to apply to become a volunteer please visit: https://www.CitizenShield.org/about
Throughout history, thousands of men and women have served in the United States military armed forces. Putting aside regard for themselves and leaving behind family and friends, they chose to defend our coUntry and its ideals. Peace, freedom, justice, opportunity and individualism are just dreams without someone to turn these ideals into reality. At Crossroads Hospice, we want to recognize the sacrifices that many of our patients have made in serving their country. In doing so, we have created a Veterans Recognition Program. Interested volunteers would present a Certificate of Appreciation to Veterans who are receiving care from Crossroads Hospice and spend time sharing their experiences in the armed forces. We have patients in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware counties. Please contact Kimberly Mumper at 215-956-5110 for more information.
This volunteer role is perfect for the experienced email marketing manager who is looking for a small monthly volunteer commitment to keep their skills current, or a full-time employee looking for a manageable opportunity to contribute their skills to a good cause. The email marketing manager’s responsibility will be to prepare and send an email newsletter to the database list 1x per month, prepare and set up an automated member "onboarding" welcome email, and send out an email advertising an event such as a webinar approximately 2-3x per quarter. Prior experience with Mailchimp or similar is required. Six-month commitment requested. Business For America (BFA) is a nonprofit organization that is encouraging businesses from the Fortune 500 to Main Street to get involved in promoting a healthy democracy. Volunteering for BFA means you’ll support a movement that’s about giving employees time off to vote, investing in election security, and promoting civic engagement in local communities. BFA is currently mobilizing the business community to support Vote by Mail to protect voters and elections during the COVID-19 crisis.
This volunteer role is perfect for the experienced digital marketing manager who is looking for a small monthly volunteer commitment to keep their skills current, or a full-time employee looking for a manageable opportunity to contribute their skills to a good cause. The digital marketing manager’s responsibility will be to use direct-to-consumer media channels to acquire new customer sign-ups for a lead gen campaign (possibly a "pledge") - part of the fun is figuring out the best campaign concept. Prior experience with user acquisition on Google AdWords, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and/or LinkedIn is required. Monthly spend will be quite small, with lots of small tests in the first few months to determine the best approach. Ideal candidate has funnel optimization experience as well and would enjoy A/B testing various approaches. Six-month commitment requested. Business For America (BFA) is a nonprofit organization that is encouraging businesses from the Fortune 500 to Main Street to get involved in promoting a healthy democracy. Volunteering for BFA means you’ll support a movement that’s about giving employees time off to vote, investing in election security, and promoting civic engagement in local communities. BFA is currently mobilizing the business community to support Vote by Mail to protect voters and elections during the COVID-19 crisis.
This volunteer role is perfect for the experienced web manager who is looking for a small monthly volunteer commitment to keep their skills current, or a full-time employee looking for a manageable opportunity to contribute their skills to a good cause. The website manager’s responsibility will be to maintain and improve the Business For America website, ensuring usability, SEO, site performance, and content are all current and functioning well. Additional opportunity exists to build landing pages and perform A/B tests for digital acquisition campaigns. Prior experience with managing web pages is required. Experience with Webflow platform is preferred. Six-month commitment of 3-5 hours per week requested. Business For America (BFA) is a nonprofit organization that is encouraging businesses from the Fortune 500 to Main Street to get involved in promoting a healthy democracy. Volunteering for BFA means you’ll support a movement that’s about giving employees time off to vote, investing in election security, and promoting civic engagement in local communities. BFA is currently mobilizing the business community to support Vote by Mail to protect voters and elections during the COVID-19 crisis.
We want to write and pass a Bill in California and other states. We need all the help we can get, this is our first time. If you like to see a world without exploitation, injustice, torture, illegal sales of humans & animals, slaughterhouses, greed, war, and all the negativity, you need to know this. There are two things we can do: Overturn laws that turned animals into a property (making animal farming legal and protected by law) Make all human-made conflict/war impossible to occur again. We know we can do this easily as the information we are about to present has never been available or known to most humans. Are you interested?
Advocate for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Make your voice heard by signing petitions and writing letters to your government. Our opportunities and issues can be found on our website at our Action Center page: https://BethesdaLC.org/get-involved/advocate/action-center/#.Xpcxe2i6OUk
Just prior to the whole pandemic issue I attempted to bring individuals together to discuss how we can get traction to deploy some very innovative tools and strategies to address climate change, digital divide and urban congestion. (Pandemic preparations were part of the tool kit but not part of the focus then). We had used the e-Consensus forum in our year long Community Dialogue Process with great results and wanted to update the software and include a phone app. I managed to gather all of the relevant asp files into hostgator but the old system was embedded in frames (remember those?) and the navigation no longer works. Being a non-techie, it would seem that this should not be a big deal but the software companies I have spoken with want a lot of money and they make it sound like a massive challenge. I need someone that can simply "de-frame" it and allow the navigation to work. There is an embedded survey tool that is no longer marketed. Big question if it will come up or if it needs to be replaced. Fingers crossed as the software is heavily integrated into the forum screens If it is not pretty enough that is another issue, right now I want to launch some forums and I am quite happy the way it is laid out, but open to recommendations. Step 1- diagnose the challenge Step 2- get it running again Step 3- discuss future enhancements Happy to discuss it in detail. There are videos that explain it and a homepage with all of the website support files/screens available
-Volunteers needed for database work and data correction/validation.
Do you want to help the HSUS build an even stronger platform of protection for all animals? Then consider becoming a part of our volunteer leadership by applying to be a district leader here: www.humanesociety.org/districtleaders District leaders are at the forefront of the Humane Society of the United States’ efforts to fight the big fights for animals and thereby create a more humane society. As a district leader, you will serve as an HSUS ambassador in your congressional district and advance the HSUS' federal, state and local animal protection legislative priorities. To learn more, review the district leader volunteer position description here (PDF): http://volunteers.humanesociety.org/theHub/?downloadFile=1&table=resources&field=file&check=83fd8f6318bd4031c883843505cad9ad&key=256 The district leader volunteer responsibilities include: Actively participate in ongoing federal, state and local legislative advocacy and reform campaigns. Cultivate and maintain effective professional relationships with legislators. Politely, clearly and consistently relay HSUS animal protection positions to your legislators, encourage their support of those positions and thank them for their efforts. Build a network of HSUS allies in your community who will take action with you on animal protection issues. Participate in Humane Lobby Day in your state capitol and, when possible, participate in federal Humane Lobby Day in Washington, D.C. Submit letters to the editor to your local newspaper. Collaborate with your HSUS state director and fellow volunteers on priority animal protection issues. Represent the organization and help raise awareness on animal protection issues at community events. Optional: Under the guidance of your HSUS state director and district leader staff, develop and implement a local animal protection project in your community. Benefits of becoming a district leader volunteer As part of the HSUS volunteer leadership, you will reflect the spirit of the organization and communicate our mission, approach and positions, and foster a stronger and more visible animal protection presence in your state and community. You will join a community of others who are dedicated to protecting all animals. You will become a highly trained volunteer leader in the rapidly growing animal protection movement, receiving advanced training and ongoing support in effective animal advocacy from HSUS staff. District leader volunteers will be provided with an orientation and background information, including information on the HSUS’s policies, programs and campaigns through an online, self-paced training course. You will be provided with a volunteer leader toolkit which highlights effective engagement strategies relative to animal protection. You will also gain access to numerous additional resources via our volunteer database. You will develop your legislative advocacy, networking, leadership and strategic thinking skills and you will have the opportunity to share your expertise and experiences with others in your community. The efforts of our district leaders, coupled with the support of the nation’s most effective animal protection organization, serve to advance animal protection priorities in the 435 congressional districts across the nation. Join us! Requirements for our volunteers Commitment to the HSUS mission ( https://www.humanesociety.org/our-mission). Willingness to cultivate professional relationships with legislators and relay HSUS animal protection positions to them. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to take initiative. Strong leadership skills and experience. Active engagement in your community. Strong computer literacy skills including a general knowledge of and willingness to use social media platforms to advance animal protection initiatives. Ability to communicate with a variety of people effectively and without judgment. Ability to work both as a team member and also as an independent self-starter. Ability to think strategically and to adapt to rapidly-changing priorities. Commitment Policy District leaders commit to work an average of one to three hours per week for a minimum of one year. Time commitment varies by week. Ongoing participation is preferred. Restrictions Must be a current HSUS member or have provided greater philanthropic commitment. Must be a minimum of 18 years of age and willing to register to vote, if not already registered. Must be able to learn and follow all HSUS guidelines and policies and follow directions given by staff. Access to a computer with Microsoft Office and internet capabilities, as well as a phone. Must not be participating in the district leader program to fulfill court-ordered community service obligations. Must submit the required paperwork before being assigned. Please see full details about the District Leader Volunteer position and apply through our web page at www.humanesociety.org/districtleaders. Before becoming an official volunteer, you must sign a volunteer agreement and a waiver/release of liability.
On behalf of the European Union Delegation to the United States, and in partnership with Brookings Institution, B&S Europe is coordinating a major international security and defense conference and seeks volunteers interested international relations and security issues to assist with note-taking, writing, and potentially interviewing notable security leaders participating in the event. This forum will be held online July 8 - 9, 2020. We seek volunteers to: Assist with research for outreach, particularly to help build lists of potentially interested high-level participants from security and defense related sectors throughout the United States Take notes during selected panels, speeches for same-day delivery Write short draft blog items (300-400) encapsulating panels Potentially interview speakers or senior level participants This is a great opportunity to be involved with the EU, EU Member States and meet high level speakers from US defense and diplomatic agencies, Congress and think tanks. ***Interested volunteers should include either a resume or link to their LinkedIn profile, email address, and phone number.***
DOSOMETHING SUMMER AMBASSADOR PROGRAM Don’t miss out on your chance to make a real impact this Summer! When: June 15, 2020 - August 14, 2020 Where: Remote Join us for an intensive 8-week virtual program where you’ll learn directly from DoSomething staffers on how to be an effective change agent and community leader. Ambassadors will dive deep into the causes young people care about, from poverty alleviation to mental health, and will play an integral role in our national Voter Registration drive leading up to the 2020 Presidential Election. Plus, you’ll have access to career development seminars and workshops including one-on-one resume consultations, career mapping, and mock interviews. As an Ambassador, you’ll: Gain practical, hands-on experience leading community activations. Connect with a cohort of young people across the country through online communities and webinars. Network with industry professionals, social good experts, and DoSomething leadership. Earn volunteer credits. And (drumroll, please) get the chance to pitch your own national campaign for DoSomething.org! What does it take to be an Ambassador? To participate in the DoSomething Summer Ambassador Program, you must be: Between the ages of 18 and 25 years old by June 15, 2020 Currently residing in the United States Able to commit to 10 hours a week for 8-weeks (12 PM - 2 PM ET Mon - Fri) A current DoSomething member ( register here today!) Here are a few key traits that we’re looking for: Leadership. You have a track record of rallying people around a cause. Whether it’s on-campus or within your community, your peers look to you as the one with a clear point-of-view and plan of action. A Passion for Impact. You believe that large scale change can happen and that all young people have both the agency and ability to make an impact in their communities. Open and Clear Communication. You have incredible communication skills, and are able to succinctly and passionately persuade others to take action. Self-motivation. You’re self-motivated, resourceful and creative about problem-solving, and know when to ask for help when it’s needed it. You 'Get’ Young People. You understand what makes young people tick and love being immersed in pop culture, emerging tech, and social platforms. It’d also be great if you had experience or an interest in grassroots and online organizing. How do I apply to the Summer Ambassador Program? All applicants who wish to be considered must fill out our application form, and submit a resume and 500-word personal statement before the June 5, 2020 deadline. Protip: Use your personal statement to tell us more about who you are, what causes you care about, and why you want to be a DoSomething Ambassador this summer. **This is an unpaid volunteer position**
Are you a computer-savvy individual who is looking for an opportunity to help spread the word about clean energy solutions? We are looking for 5-6 people to moderate 10 different webinar sessions for our virtual Go Clean Energy Conference (gocleanenergy.org) the week of September 28 - October 2. The purpose of the conference is to bring together government, legislators, businesses, organizations, professionals and individuals to share ideas and help build support for a low carbon economy. Speakers are sought who can address clean energies, waste reduction, strategies for companies and individuals to engage in ghg reduction. Individuals interested in energy, waste, and sustainability issues are encouraged to participate on this 350Deschutes opportunity. There will be 2 webinars at 12pm and 4pm each day for the entire week. For each webinar we need individuals to make sure it runs smoothly, this includes introducing the speaker, moderating questions from virtual attendees, and closing out the virtual room after the webinar is over. The webinar platform will be Zoom or a similar online meeting software. Training in hosting a webinar on the chosen platform will be provided, as well as a virtual orientation to familiarize volunteers with the procedure. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about clean energy solutions, as well as to build your skills in an online meeting platform!