Volunteer Opportunity Search Results

AARP State-Wide Opportunities

These opportunities occur throughout VA

  1. Volunteer for the nation's largest free tax service and be appreciated more than you can imagine! Become a tax volunteer, greeter or work on communications or technology. Read More

  2. Hospice Volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    Heartland Hospice in Newport News is look for Volunteers! We serve the Peninsula area including Williamsburg, Gloucester, Poquoson, Hampton, Yorktown, and Newport News. Volunteer opportunities are on an ongoing and continuous basis, and they include visiting with patients, assisting in our office, becoming a ... Read More

  3. Bilingual Life Reimagined Guide

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    Become a trained Life Reimagined guide to help members of your community uncover their own special gifts, connect with people who can support them, and explore new directions. If you are a retired teacher, life coach, facilitators/trainers/educators or simply passionate about making a difference in the lives of ... Read More

  4. Christmas Stockings - Like To Sew??

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    Small, local nonprofit looking for volunteers to sew Christmas Stockings. Stockings are filled and distributed to underprivileged children between the ages of 5 and 12. Organization supplies material (cut out) - they just need your time (and a little thread!). Read More

  5. ClassWish Volunteering Opportunities

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    Improve Schools for Children in Your Community - Volunteer With ClassWish.org We seek dedicated volunteers from anywhere in the country to help on a bold education nonprofit that will improve education for children in their communities. Now, you can volunteer: *online or in-person *on your own schedule *to ... Read More

  6. Volunteer Trainers Needed

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    AARP Virginia is seeking articulate, experienced professionals who would be willing to speak to groups on topics aligning with AARP's Mission. Read More

  7. As the young women in your life enter adulthood, they need the guidance and answers that only someone who has experience can offer. That's where you, as the mother and future grandmother, come in. The Grandmothers Campaign is a call to action for all grandmothers to help reduce infant mortality and make sure that ... Read More

  8. Fraud Watch Network Facilitator

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    Become a trained Fraud Watch volunteer to help members of your community safeguard themselves against identity theft and fraud ヨ join the team of Fraud Watch volunteers today! AARP is arming Virginians with the tools they need to spot and avoid fraud and scams so they can protect themselves and their families. ... Read More

  9. representative payee volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    The RRCSB Protective Money Management Program manages finances for low income seniors and persons with a disability in 5 Virginia counties - Rappahannock, Culpeper, Orange, Fauquier and Madison. You must be good with finances and budgeting, have fast internet access and decent computer skills. We do a full ... Read More

  10. representative payee volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    The RRCSB Protective Money Management Program manages finances for low income seniors and persons with a disability in 5 Virginia counties - Rappahannock, Culpeper, Orange, Fauquier and Madison. You must be good with finances and budgeting, have fast internet access and decent computer skills. We do a full ... Read More

  11. Hospice Volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    Impact another suffering from terminal illness with your companionship & support to patients and their families as a volunteer for Medi Home Health & Hospice. Help with house keeping, errands, or with simple conversation and your presence. Visits with patients last 1-4 hours per week depending upon your schedule ... Read More

  12. Did you know that transportation is a top need of cancer patients - and you can help? For many cancer patients, getting to and from treatment is one of their toughest challenges. The American Cancer Society needs volunteer drivers to provide rides to treatment for people with cancer. For more than 30 years, ... Read More

  13. Become a trained Fraud Watch volunteer to help members of your community safeguard themselves against identity theft and fraud ヨ join the team of Fraud Watch volunteers today! AARP is arming Virginians with the tools they need to spot and avoid fraud and scams so they can protect themselves and their families. ... Read More

  14. Tax-Aide Volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nation's largest volunteer-run FREE tax preparation and assistance service. And we want you to join us. Who will you help as a volunteer? Almost four out of five of the people who turn to AARP Foundation Tax-Aide are 60 or older. Read More

  15. Spend a few hours helping keep our homes for individuals with intellectual disabilities and mental health issues beautiful on the inside and out. We're looking for a team of 10-15 (or more!) folks to help with a variety of property management projects including tasks such as yard work, landscaping, organizing, ... Read More

  16. Dance Teacher/Manager

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    Dancing is a pure form of self-expression. It forces one to become familiar with their body via mind, body and spirit. Confiance Dance allows all children to have dance classes available to them for free. Children are able to have a fun extracurricular environment where they can go learn from others and learn ... Read More

  17. Volunteer with Driver Safety

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    If youメre passionate about safety, enjoy helping others and strive to make your community a better place, then AARP Driver Safety would like to meet you. AARP Driver Safety, the nationメs first and largest older driver safety initiative, is recruiting unpaid volunteers to instruct, coordinate and promote its ... Read More

  18. Read-Aloud Volunteers Needed -- Visits shelters on a monthly basis to read to children as well as engage them in activities. Each shelter has a designated weekly team, so the volunteer requirement is generally one hour per month in the evening. These volunteers will need to attend volunteer orientation, have ... Read More

  19. Deliverer of Meals on Wheels

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: VA

    We have an opportunity in the City of Suffolk and the Isle of Wight County region for Volunteers to give back to the community by delivering meals to recipients who cannot get out and purchase or prepare their own meals. We also deliver SMILES. Read More

Hide all State-Wide Opportunities

Senior Center in Annandale Needs Volunteer Instructors

Date: Ongoing
Where: 8100 Braddock Road, Annandale, VA, 22003

The Wakefield Senior Center in Annandale needs an Art Instructor, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday 1-3p.m. A Ballroom Dance Instructor and a Garden group leader to meet once a week for one hour. Call 703-324-5406, TTY 711, visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/olderadults and link to Volunteer Solutions or email ... Read More

Drive seniors to medical appointments

Date: Ongoing
Where: 7610 Newcastle Dr., Annandale, VA, 22003

Shepard Center of Annandale - Springfield Drivers are desperately needed to take seniors to medical appointments. If you have some time and a car, this is a great chance to make a real difference in someones life. Drive only when and as often as your schedule will allow. Read More

Become a Study Buddy for Elementary School Children

Date: February 17, 2015 - June 4, 2015
Where: 300 Windy Hill Road Middleburg VA 20117 United States, Middleburg, VA, 20117

Study Buddies supports Wesley Housing's educational program at the Windy Hill Community Resource Center by helping elementary school children in Middleburg, VA achieve academic success through homework help. This is an opportunity to work with youth in their communities. We serve children in low- an

Helping Hands

Date: May 1, 2015 - May 31, 2015
Where: 12011 Government Center Pkwy Fairfax VA 22035 United States, Fairfax, VA, 22035

Helping Hands was created in honor of Older Americans Month in support of engaging groups to volunteer. Volunteers assist clients with the following tasks: deep cleaning, organization, de-cluttering and yard work.

Teach individuals with disabilities how to ride a bike!

Date: May 26, 2015 - May 30, 2015
Where: 5601 Massachesetts Ave Bethesda Maryland 20816 United States, Bethesda, MARYLAND, 20816

iCanBike is looking for 16 volunteers 16 years old or older to help staff their first ever iCanBike Camp, a 4-day camp geared toward people on the autism spectrum “aged 8 to 88”iCan Bike is a specialized instructional program that uses a fleet of adapted bicycles, and a trained staff to teach indivi

Teen Program Tutors

Date: March 3, 2015 - June 9, 2015
Where: 5128-B Lincoln Avenue Alexandria VA 22312 United States, Alexandria, VA, 22312

Wesley Housing’s Teen Program addresses the needs of at-risk teens by providing community based learning through the service of adult tutors at its Lincolnia Community Resource Center in Alexandria, VA. It supports program participants in developing positive organizational habits, consistent schoo

Administrative Volunteer

Date: February 18, 2015 - February 14, 2016
Where: Leesburg VA 20175 United States, Leesburg, VA, 20175

Loudoun County Fire-Rescue seeks administrative volunteers to provide services to support our fire and ems providers. Administrative volunteers help keep the station running smoothly from day to day. Volunteers are required to clear a background check. Volunteer opportunities vary from station to st

Firefighter

Date: February 18, 2015 - February 14, 2016
Where: Leesburg VA 20175 United States, Leesburg, VA, 20175

Volunteers must pass a physical and background check, provided by the agency. Volunteers are trained, free of charge, to be a state certified Firefighter II. Advanced training as Officer is available if the volunteer continues advanced training and maintains their activity level as a firefighter in

Emergency Medical Technician

Date: February 18, 2015 - February 14, 2016
Where: Leesburg VA 20175 United States, Leesburg, VA, 20175

Volunteer must pass a physical and a background check, provided by the agency and affiliate with one of our 16 volunteer fire-EMS stations in Loudoun. Volunteers will be trained as Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technicians. Volunteers may continue their training up to the Advanced Life Ser

Volunteer

Date: October 19, 2014 - August 15, 2015
Where: 16820 Black Rock Road Germantown Maryland 20874 United States, Germantown, MARYLAND, 20874

The Button Farm Living History Center is looking for volunteers to serve as farm hands, garden helpers, restoration workers, docents, history interpreters, administrative aides and tour guides. Farm hands will feed and clean animals while collecting eggs from the chickens. Garden helpers will pick p

Civic Engagement Volunteer Opportunity

Date: Ongoing
Where: Merrifield VA 22116 United States, Merrifield, VA, 22116

Volunteer work available in several different areas throughout the US- Social Media, Field Canvassing Follow Up, Technology, Prayer and Projects. Develop your skills, meet new people and make your positions known on the issues that matter to you most! Click here for Dr. Ben Carson's position on the

Mediators

Date: November 1, 2014 - December 31, 2015
Where: Bethesda MD 20814 United States, Bethesda, MD, 20814

The Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County offers conflict resolution and prevention services to residents, businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations throughout the County, except for the City of Rockville whose residents may be served by the Rockville Community Mediatio

MAAF Affiliate Coordinator - Alexandria, VA

Date: April 23, 2014 - December 31, 2015
Where: Alexandria Virginia 22312 United States, Alexandria, VIRGINIA, 22312

This is an ongoing opportunity.We are looking for leaders willing to help organize established Affiliate group events, build membership, create community, and support and advocate for local military servicemembers as needed. Military members, veterans, or family of servicemembers are preferred, but

Community outreach & Education Volunteer

Date: March 30, 2015 - September 18, 2015
Where: Washington District of Columbia 20008 United States, Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 20008

Engage in varying outreach activities and community education. Possibilities include:planning different events, participating in panel to raise awareness about our cause, participate in community events, etc,.

Bread Donation Pick up for Families in Need

Date: May 20, 2015 - December 30, 2015
Where: 2101 18th Street N. Arlington VA 22201 United States, Arlington, VA, 22201

Help pick up bread donations from the Panera Day-End Dough-Nation program to benefit low- to moderate-income families who face economic and accessibility challenges to food each week. This is a great opportunity for "night owls" who desire to serve others in need.Key Responsibilities: Arrive at the

Help Military Families

Date: Ongoing

Operation Energy Save

Date: Ongoing

Video Editor

Date: Ongoing

A Family For Every Child is looking for a volunteer Video Editor. This position can work from anywhere in the U.S. The Video Editor will be responsible for taking our organizations previously filmed footage and editing it. This volunteer must have access to a computer and previous video editing experience. Read More

There are lots of hands-on ways to make an impact in childrenメs lives. Donate your time and spread awareness by telling friends and family, create your own fundraising event, or volunteer at one of our many LIVE! concerts. The more people tell the ChildFund story, the more children will benefit. See more at: ... Read More

Learn how to protect family members, friends, and yourself by planning an investment protection workshop or documentary viewing gathering using materials from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Read this how-to guide for more information. Read More

Organize a food drive

Date: Ongoing

Many community based organizations and food pantries don't have the capacity or resources to meet the needs of the growing population of hungry Americans. They also run short on food for special diets, such as low sodium items, culturally appropriate foods, and fresh foods. Read More

At some point, many of us face difficult circumstances, from aging-related challenges to major life events -- having a baby, battling illness, caring for a frail family member, or recovering from a loss. A neighborhood support network can help organize meals, shovel snow, run errands, or care for pets. Read More

Growing your own fruits and veggies is a great way to use your existing green thumb or discover new gardening talents while helping your community. Read More

Caregiving is an enormous task, and caregivers often put themselves at the bottom of the list of people who need care. By offering rides to the doctor, preparing meals, or helping find resources for the person in need, you help support the caregiver and the loved one they care for. Read More

The Hartford and the MIT AgeLab have created a document title "The Calm Before the Storm: Family Conversations about Disaster Planning, Caregiving, Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia." The 44-page .PDF booklet is aimed at helping caregivers better plan for natural disasters by talking to and planning with family, ... Read More

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other state and local government agencies are working hard to protect and prepare our nation for emergencies. The ready.gov website has information on how you can reach your state or local government to see how you can prepare for events that happen in your area. Simply ... Read More

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believes that the possibility of public health emergencies arising in the United States concerns many people in the wake of recent hurricanes, tsunamis, acts of terrorism, and the threat of pandemic influenza. They also state that although some people feel ... Read More

AARP's Money Matters Tip Sheets cover the full range of Money Matters that are on your mind. They have answers about creating a budget, cutting costs, and the basics of 401(k) plans. They provide information on investment scams and college savings plans, and more. Each Tip Sheet has a specific "to-do" list to set ... Read More

Donate used eyeglasses

Date: Ongoing

When you donate used prescription eyeglasses, you will help someone in the world see again. Collect eyeglasses for Lions Club or Onesight.org Please visit: http://www.onesight.org/ or http://donateglasses.net/search.html Read More

Volunteer your time in bite sized chunks, from your own home and when you want to. Benefit worthy causes to suit your lifestyle at your own convenience. Dip in, dip out with absolutely no commitment. Over 800 actions to choose from that last between 10 seconds to 30 minutes. No specialized skills ... Read More

Letter Writer

Date: Ongoing

Write a letter to young men ages 10-16 addressing what it means to Be A Man in today's society. Topics are endless, but here are some suggestions to get you started: Balancing work and family Making mistakes Being a community member Good relationships The Be A Man project brings young men and men ... Read More

CareerVillage.org is looking for working professionals in a variety of careers to give online career advice to high school students from low-income communities. Students in High Schools throughout America want to know what it's like to be you! We work with their schools to start conversations around careers, and ... Read More

YouTube experiment

Date: Ongoing

We are researchers from IMDEA Networks, a research institute whose purpose is conduct research in the area of networking. We are performing an experiment in which we are analyzing the behavior of YouTube and the view-counter. For this purpose, we would greatly appreciate you as we need to gather a sufficient ... Read More

Market Save South Kordofan to a larger audience!

Date: Ongoing

Save South Kordofan is an organization aiming to raise global awareness about the crisis in South Kordofan, Sudan's new Darfur, that remains largely unknown internationally. Help the plight of the people of South Kordofan be heard internationally, by raising people's awareness about Save South Kordofan, where we post news/photos/videos about the crisis. Do this by liking our FB page and inviting all of your friends to do the same: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Save-South-Kordofan/319513881493005 Also, visit out our website and recommend it to friends: http://www.freewebs.com/southkordofan/

Your Search Criteria: "20147", "25 miles"

Refine Your Search 

Hide this
Print Your Search

Volunteer Opportunity Search Results

Volunteer Opportunity Search Results