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AARP State-Wide Opportunities

These opportunities occur throughout DC

  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. Help A Military and Veterans Charity

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    The National Remember Our Troops Campaign is looking for a few good people There are several ways you can help: This is Volunteer-From-Home. Anywhere in the USA. Court Ordered Service Okay To learn more, please visit: http://www.nrotc.org/volunteer.htm (If the link does not work, just copy and paste) Read More

  3. Welcome Home Reentry Program Mentoring - Each year approximately 20,000 persons in our region return home from serving their time in prison. Most of these men and women will experience great difficulty in managing basic necessities for successful reintegration: finding work and housing, reunifying with family, ... Read More

  4. ClassWish Volunteering Opportunities

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    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

  5. Monitor House and Senate hearings and federal agency hearings on topics related to biofuels and advanced biofuels. Possibly attend other events such as local conferences as a representative of Advanced Biofuels USA. Write reports on hearings and events for organization use and for possible online publication. ... Read More

  6. Act Local, Think Global! Join Oxfam Action Corps in D.C.!

    Date: April 1, 2015 - June 1, 2016
    Where: DC

    Oxfam America seeks qualified individuals for volunteer leadership positions in a grassroots advocacy and organizing project, the Oxfam Action Corps. The Oxfam Action Corps is a nonpartisan volunteer initiative whose purpose is to inform, inspire, and mobilize public support for policies to end hunger, poverty, and ... Read More

  7. Volunteer with Driver Safety

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    If you are 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

  8. JOBS Mentoring - The JOBS Program (Job Opportunities and Basic Skills) is committed to train, mentor and coach those who are unemployed and homeless in basic life and occupational skills to enable them to obtain and retain employment and housing. Mentors must be at least 25 years of age and have a minimum of 5 ... Read More

  9. Holiday Bell Ringer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    The Salvation Army Sherman Avenue Corp is seeking volunteer bell ringers for their Red Kettle Christmas Drive. Our red kettles are located at store-fronts throughout Washington DC, Silver Spring, and Bethesda. Bell ringing hours are Monday--Saturday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. All ages are welcome to ring, ... Read More

  10. Front Desk Greeters

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    FRONT DESK GREETERS perform a variety of public relations tasks. Iona's front desk team are part of the public face of DC's most respected senior services non profit organzation. Our Greeters: Provide information to visitors about Iona's services. Guide guests to meetings, classes and day program. Make ... Read More

  11. 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 ... Read More

  12. Tax-Aide Volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    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

  13. Grocery Store Tour Leader DC

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    As a volunteer for AARP Foundation Cooking Matters at the Store, you will have the satisfaction of helping low-income older adults gain new skills to make healthy meals on a budget. Volunteers lead interactive, guided grocery store tours that teach and empower low-income older adults to make healthy shopping ... Read More

  14. Grocery Store Tour Leader DC

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    As a volunteer for AARP Foundation Cooking Matters at the Store, you will have the satisfaction of helping low-income older adults gain new skills to make healthy meals on a budget. Volunteers lead interactive, guided grocery store tours that teach and empower low-income older adults to make healthy shopping ... Read More

  15. GDR brings free dental care to impoverished children in Cambodia, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Nepal and Vietnam. Groups of volunteer dentists, hygienists, and non dental volunteers work together to deliver care in partnership with local schools and orphanages. Six day clinics are followed by opportunities to ... Read More

  16. Neighborhood Web Site Content Volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    NSC Partners is looking for a volunteer local web content volunteer to assist our organization. We need your help to manage web site content updates the organization's introduction of new services, events and partnerships to our community. No HTML expertise. Can be done remotely. We are based in Washington DC Read More

  17. Neighborhood Web Site Content Volunteer

    Date: Ongoing
    Where: DC

    NSC Partners is looking for a volunteer local web content volunteer to assist our organization. We need your help to manage web site content updates the organization's introduction of new services, events and partnerships to our community. No HTML expertise. Can be done remotely. We are based in Washington DC Read More

  18. Translators, any language, needed for Nobel Prize media Digital, Global, Multilingual, Comprehensive, Interactive and Nonprofit Library. Obtain info pertaining to Nobel Laureates in internet. Translate biographies. Plenty of opportunity to work independently. Associate with great minds! Opportunity to be ... Read More

  19. Translators, any language, needed for Nobel Prize media Digital, Global, Multilingual, Comprehensive, Interactive and Nonprofit Library. Obtain info pertaining to Nobel Laureates in internet. Translate biographies. Plenty of opportunity to work independently. Associate with great minds! Opportunity to be ... Read More

  20. Translators, any language, needed for Nobel Prize media Digital, Global, Multilingual, Comprehensive, Interactive and Nonprofit Library. Obtain info pertaining to Nobel Laureates in internet. Translate biographies. Plenty of opportunity to work independently. Associate with great minds! Opportunity to be ... Read More

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Hospice of the Chesapeake Office Volunteer

Date: Ongoing
Where: 9500 Arena Drive, Suite 250, Largo, MD, 20774

Hospice of the Chesapeake is seeking volunteers to provide weekly office and clerical support. Duties include greeting visitors, answering phones and staffing the reception desk. Hours are 9am-12noon or 1pm-4pm. Duties Include: Answering telephones, greeting visitors, photocopying, filing, taking supply ... Read More

Sign Language Volunteers Needed

Date: Ongoing
Where: 9500 Arena Drive, Suite 250, Largo, MD, 20774

Hospice of the Chesapeake is seeking volunteers who are American Sign Language interpreters to assist patients and staff. For additional information please contact Hospice of the Chesapeake's volunteer office at (240) 487-1065. Read More

Community Outreach Volunteers Needed

Date: Ongoing
Where: 9500 Arena Drive, Suite 250, Largo, MD, 20774

Hospice of the Chesapeake is seeking volunteers to staff our informational display booth at health fairs and community events throughout Prince George's County. Volunteers will attend community events and provide the community with information on Hospice of the Chesapeake programs and services. Training provided. 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

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

Senior Center in Alexandria Needs Volunteer Instructors

Date: Ongoing
Where: 6488 Landsdowne Center, Alexandria, VA, 22315

The Kingstowne Center for Active Adults in Alexandria needs: a Belly Dance Instructor to teach a beginner's class, a Mosaic Art Instructor or Jewelry Maker to teach a class; and an ESL Teacher, all classes to meet one hour, once a week. Call 703-324-5406, TTY 711, visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/olderadults and link ... Read More

Volunteer to help elders for the activities you enjoy, on a schedule that works best for you. Go to www.ElderHelpers.org to create a volunteer profile and start today!. Providing help with Shopping, giving rides, entertaining, reading, cleaning, cooking, gardening and handiwork. Read More

ServiceWorks Skills Trainer

Date: March 9, 2015 - July 31, 2015
Where: 7 New York Ave NE Washington DC 20002 United States, Washington, DC, 20002

ServiceWorks is a groundbreaking, national program that uses volunteer service as a strategy to help low-income youth and young adults in 10 cities develop the skills they need to prepare for college and careers. The ServiceWorks Skills Training Facilitator will deliver curricular training(s) to gro

Prevent summer learning loss... tutor with FLOC this summer!

Date: June 22, 2015 - July 30, 2015
Where: 1763 Columbia Rd NW Washington DC 20019 United States, Washington, DC, 20019

Nearly 75% of DC students perform at or below basic levels in reading and math, and without intervention, low-income students are at risk to lose 2 months of proficiency in reading and math this summer. YOU can change that!FLOC is currently recruiting volunteer tutors for summer 2015. Our one-on-one

Mentor

Date: January 12, 2015 - August 20, 2015
Where: 260 54th street northeast Washington District of Columbia 20019 United States, Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 20019

Connecting with marginalized youth, to engage and empower through building relationships and cultivating each youths goals.

AmeriCorps Spanish and Culture Instructor

Date: September 1, 2014 - August 15, 2015
Where: Arlington Virginia 22204 United States, Arlington, VIRGINIA, 22204

Make a difference! Serve with AmeriCorps, gain experience with a diverse population, and learn new skills! Applications are now being accepted for the 2014-15 Arlington Works! AmeriCorps program year in Arlington, Virginia (Beginning on or about September 1, 2014). Eight full-time AmeriCorps members

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Event Planning, Community Outreach, IT Support, General Office Work and Fundraising

Date: March 31, 2015 - August 31, 2015
Where: Washington DC 200101 United States, Washington, DC, 200101

There are a number of volunteer opportunities with The Person Center. If you have a talent or skill that you like to share with us, please contact us.

Learn to Fix Bikes! Save the World! At Gearin Up Bicycles!

Date: April 3, 2015 - April 22, 2016
Where: 314 Randolph Place NE Washington DC DC 20002 United States, Washington DC, DC, 20002

Hello there! Do you have an interest in biking or cycling? Do you like to have fun? Do you want to meet new people? Well come join us at Gearin’ Up as volunteer.We have openings for volunteer mechanics and peer teachers. you can volunteer for our youth or adult programs.No experience is necessary! W

Learn to Fix Bikes! Help Expand Cycling in DC!

Date: April 3, 2015 - December 22, 2016
Where: 314 Randolph Place NE Washington DC DC 20002 United States, Washington DC, DC, 20002

Hello there! Do you have an interest in biking or cycling? Do you like to have fun? Do you want to meet new people? Well come join us at Gearin’ Up as volunteer.We have openings for volunteer mechanics and peer teachers. you can volunteer for our youth or adult programs.No experience is necessary! W

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

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

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

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/

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

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

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