The UCLA Volunteer Center works with many external partners to provide this list of current volunteer opportunities. Interested in technology? Mentoring? Search here for an opportunity in the community that suits your interests or skills.

Ready to volunteer? Reach out directly to the contact listed for each organization. Be prepared to provide your own transportation and meet any of the organization’s training requirements. Good luck!

Glamour Gowns and Suit Up

Since 2001 the Glamour Gowns and Suit Up event has provided more than 6,000 dresses, suits, shoes and accessories for thousands of foster children in LA County. The event is produced each year by the Glamour Gowns and Suit Up committee in conjunction with CASA of Los Angeles. This year, Glamour Gowns and Suit Up will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center! To volunteer at this event, please ...
7 April, 2017   •   Multiple Days
Los Angeles Convention Center 1201 South Figueroa Street, West Hall, Los Angeles

Help Refugee Families and Immigrants

3rd Annual I.CARE Interfaith Outreach And Community ServiceCome join us on April 8th 2017 to "Share the Love. Share the Warmth." Together we can make a positive impact in the lives of hundreds of our Syrian Refugee brothers and sisters. Please donate what you do not want anymore as many are in desperate need of those items. Help sort and package donated items for refugees locally and globally. All...
8 April, 2017   •   Multiple Days
1209 S Manhattan pl, Los angeles
special needs,youth,poverty,international,hunger,health,environment,education,disaster relief,disabilities,at-risk youthongoing

READING TO KIDS: April 8th Reading Clubs

Reading to Kids organizes monthly reading clubs on the second Saturday of every month at eight downtown Los Angeles elementary schools. The reading clubs run from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pairs of volunteer readers read aloud to small groups of students from the elementary school (typically between 4 and 6 children per group) in a fun environment. Teachers at the elementary school provide supervisi...
8 April, 2017   •   Single Day
8 Elementary Schools, Los Angeles

Museum Event with Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Valley Village's mission is to protect, foster, develop and advance the rights and interests of people with developmental disabilities. Valley Village serves about 400 adults with developmental disabilities through three day programs and 18 residential homes.Community-at-Large is an opportunity for those with developmental and intellectual challenges to interact with old and new friends while tour...
15 April, 2017   •   Single Day
4777 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles
art,disabilities,seniors,special needssingle

14th Annual World Brain Mapping & Therapeutic Congress of SBMT

The Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics (SBMT) is a non-profit society organized for the purpose of encouraging basic and clinical scientists who are interested in areas of Brain Mapping, engineering, stem cell, nanotechnology, imaging and medical device to improve the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients afflicted with neurological disorders. This society promotes the public...
18 April, 2017   •   Multiple Days
506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles

Bringer of Hope Foundation: Reel Talk Film Series at UCLA

The Bringer of Hope Foundation at UCLA presents it first annual Reel Talk Film Series April 20-24. Come volunteer and also enjoy one or more of the free campus screenings of 24 films that speak to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.  Most volunteer shifts are 2-3 hours in length between the hours of 10:00 am and 7:00 pm.  The Reel Talk Film Series is our exciting lead-in to MLK Rem...
20 April, 2017   •   Multiple Days
UCLA, Los Angeles
education,art,on campusongoing

Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

The Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: Bring together the people who create books and the people who love to read them. The Festival was an immediate success and has become Southern California's major literary event. The 2017 Festival will be held on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 at the University of Southern California and we would love to have you join us as a voluntee...
22 April, 2017   •   Multiple Days
3450 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles

MLK Remembrance Day Events at UCLA

The Bringer of Hope Foundation at UCLA is proud to present the 3rd annual MLK Remembrance Day at UCLA, Tuesday, April 25. Please join this new campus tradition that commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1965 UCLA visit! See below for the various opportunities: -Volunteer at the X-S.T.R.E.A.M. Interaction Stations for 4th & 5th graders (9a-12p)- Hold signs as part of Dr. King’s “Th...
25 April, 2017   •   Single Day
UCLA campus, Los Angeles
education,youth,on campussingle


YALLWEST is a Young Adult literary book festival held in Santa Monica. We bring in over a hundred authors for a weekend of books and fun. As a volunteer you would receive lunch and t-shirt for the day you worked. There is a one hour training session held the week before the festival.WHEN: April 27-29 (there are morning and afternoon shifts when you can sign up for on our site) WHERE: Santa Mo...
27 April, 2017   •   Multiple Days

Learning Enterprises Volunteer

Learning Enterprises is an education-focused nonprofit that, since our founding in 1992, has recruited hundreds of college-age volunteers to spend their summers teaching conversation-based English language in rural villages and developing areas around the world. We are entirely staffed by volunteer alumni who return to LE to continue serving our mission of expanding horizons and spreading voluntee...
1 May, 2017   •   Multiple Days

Transform Compton May 6th, 2017

The Compton Initiative organizes over 1,500 volunteers to complete quarterly beautification days in Compton. Each beautification day includes projects like: painting of schools, murals, homes, and other nonprofits, block clean-ups, community gardens, and other similar activities. We dream that through these beautification days and local partnerships,Compton can be transformed.   Program De...
6 May, 2017   •   Multiple Days

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the world's largest international pre-college science competition. The Intel ISEF is the premier science competition in the world and provides a forum for the more than 1,750 high school students from more than 75 countries, regions and territories to showcase their independent ...
14 May, 2017   •   Multiple Days
Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles

Girls Play L.A. Sports Day

Girls Play L.A. Sports Day  is a day long event that seeks to engage girls in the community through sports. This day long event will have FREE softball, soccer, volleyball, and basketball clinics for all attendees. Additionally, Sports Day will have a variety of fun activities, free prizes, inflatables, and live music. Girls Play L.A. is seeking between 20-30 volunteers to assist wi...
20 May, 2017   •   Multiple Days
Sepulveda Basin Sports Complex, Encino
at-risk youth,youth,sustainability,health,mentoring,education,sportsongoing

Hopewalk & Kids Healthy Activity Fair

Hands4Hope LA  provides support to parents of at-risk youth ages 8 to 18 from low-income, predominantly minority households with a semi-annual parent resource fair and other assistance to improve the quality of life for their families, including free S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) based after-school programs and a low cost summer camp.
20 May, 2017   •   Single Day
11210 Otsego Street, Los Angeles County
tutoring,youth,education,at-risk youth,art,disabilitiessingle


30 May, 2017   •   Single Day

Black Pre-Health Organization’s 5th Annual Youth Health Festival

As a nonprofit organization, the Black Pre-Health Organization is dedicated to increasing the matriculation and retention of traditionally underrepresented pre-health students while also servicing our community with information regarding health, education, and holistic development. Every year, we put on a health festival for underrepresented youth to teach them about various aspect of health, nutr...
3 June, 2017   •   Single Day
health,education,youth,on campussingle

Volunteer with Youth Affected by HIV/AIDS- Be a Camp Counselor!

Interested in making a difference in the lives of youth affected by HIV/AIDS? Come be a camp counselor this summer!The mission of The Laurel Foundation is to empower children, youth and families affected by HIV/AIDS, transgender youth, and the at-risk youth population through educational and support programs in a safe and trusting environment.Training Dates: June 3-4Session Dates: July 28-Aug 2Fo...
16 June, 2017   •   Multiple Days
75 S Grand Ave, Pasadena
at-risk youth,health,mentoring,youthongoing

Summer Elite Special: 6-week EduCare in China

                                     Summer Elite Special: 6-week EduCare in China Completely FREE and FUNDED! Including round way airfare and travel insurance! General Description: Spend 6 weeks with a selected Chinese host family and light up their summer this year! You will be a great role mo...
30 June, 2017   •   Multiple Days
Hopson World Trade Center, 7-5F, Tianmushan Road 327, hangzhou

MDA Summer Camp

The Muscular Dystrophy Association fights to free individuals — and the families who love them — from the harmful effects of muscular dystrophy, ALS and related life-threatening diseases so they can live longer and grow stronger.Each Summer, nearly 75 week-long Summer camps are held across the country. The Los Angeles/ Orange County camp is held in Orange, CA at the Irvine Ranch Outdoor Educat...
9 July, 2017   •   Multiple Days
6167 Bristol Pkwy Suite 325, Culver City
disabilities,health,special needs,mentoring,youthongoing

Manna Project International: Ecuador

Mission: To foster communities of talented young leaders to become the next generation of social change agents by engaging in collaborative, on-the ground service with international communities in need. Our vision is to create communities of young leaders that help break the cycle of poverty in undeserved communities around the world. Manna Project International: Ecuador, located just outside of Q...
15 July, 2017   •   Multiple Days
Manna Project International PO Box 536144 Orlando, FL 32853
at-risk youth,disabilities,education,environment,health,international,poverty,youth,tutoring,special needs,artongoing

Transform Compton July 22,2017!

The Compton Initiative organizes over 1,500 volunteers to complete quarterly beautification days in Compton. Each beautification day includes projects like: painting of schools, murals, homes, and other nonprofits, block clean-ups, community gardens, and other similar activities. We dream that through these beautification days and local partnerships,Compton can be transformed.   Program De...
22 July, 2017   •   Multiple Days

Empower Trans Youth- Volunteer at Summer Camp!

Want to make a difference in the lives of trans youth this summer? Come be a camp counselor at a residential summer camp for trans youth!The mission of The Laurel Foundation is to empower children, youth and families affected by HIV/AIDS, transgender youth, and the at-risk youth population through educational and support programs in a safe and trusting environment.Training: July 22-23Volunteer Da...
28 July, 2017   •   Multiple Days
75 S Grand Ave, Pasadena
at-risk youth,youth,mentoringongoing

Summer Volunteer Opportunity

The mission of The ELM Project is to enhance the lives of youth living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease by providing an enriching summer camp experience, year-round skill building and a supported transition to adulthood.
4 August, 2017   •   Multiple Days
88 Hamilton Avenue, Stamford

Transform Compton Oct 21,2017

The Compton Initiative organizes over 1,500 volunteers to complete quarterly beautification days in Compton. Each beautification day includes projects like: painting of schools, murals, homes, and other nonprofits, block clean-ups, community gardens, and other similar activities. We dream that through these beautification days and local partnerships,Compton can be transformed.   Program De...
21 October, 2017   •   Multiple Days
environment,painting houses,planting,communityongoing

Finance Intern Gaumont Television

Gaumont Television USA LLC is a Los Angeles based television production company in search of a finance/ account intern for spring quarter. Please submit resumes to the above email address if interested in applying. Tasks include reporting and analysis, accounting, and finance related tasks.Applicants must:Be a senior studying finance and or accountingHave a desire to work in finance and/ or accoun...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

Westchester Pacific Villages

\"Neighbors Helping Neighbors.\" WPV aims to help seniors continue living independently in their homes for as long as possible by providing transportation resources and hosting community events.
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
8939 S Sepuilveda Blvd Suite 326, Los ANgeles

Need someone to help write, research, and promote our “Free Alternative Treatments for Mental Health” web page

Established in 1998, Safe Harbor's mission is to educate the public, the medical field, and government agencies about nondrug treatments in mental health.  We get about 1500 visits a day to our web site at
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
2333 Lincoln Ave, Altadena

The Facing Project at UCLA

The Facing Project at UCLA (FP) connects people through stories to strengthen communities. FP enlists a team of writers to be paired one-on-one with students who have come forward to share their story (storytellers) to better educate the community around them. The stories revolve around a theme which changes annually.   At the end of each year, the project will culminate into a publishe...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
art,education,on campus,storytellingongoing

Have Some Fun and Give Back

Hello! We are a small, loving skilled nursing facility (59 beds) in beautiful Santa Monica.  We are looking for caring volunteers to read stories, help with BINGO and other activities. Just visiting someone brings a smile. Our patients are a mix of people needing physical therapy for rehabilitation and long term elderly patients. It can be depressing to see them. But, if you focus o...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
1321 Franklin St, Santa Monica

Housing Locator

Jovenes, Inc. helps homeless youth ages 18-25 leave homelessness behind. A home and family for those without, Jovenes provides an innovative program of stable housing options, compassionate care, life skills training, and employment support to young adults seeking a path to life change. Our mission is to help homeless and at-risk youth become productive and integrated members of our community. Jov...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
1208 Pleasant Ave, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,youthongoing

Leadership and Educational Advancement Program (LEAP) mentoring and tutoring

The Leadership and Educational Advancement Program (LEAP) is a mentoring and tutoring program at Bethune Middle School and 75th Street Elementary School, both in which are in South Central, Los Angeles. We strive for personal growth, student achievement, and a college going mentality for our service recipients. Our weekly sites for each school include educational activities, sports, and a por...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
220 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles

Coaching Corps – Coach Youth Basketball in Venice

Coaching Corps is recruiting 10 volunteer basketball coaches to coach a Nike league at our partner site, Boys and Girls Club Venice. League holds practices on Monday evenings and games on Wednesday. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to give back, develop leadership, and impact kids in a positive way. No experience is necessary. Coaching Corps provides FREE training!Boys and ...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
at-risk youth,basketball,coach,coaching corps,youth,mentor,sports,veniceongoing

WeThrive Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program

WeThrive is an entrepreneurial mentoring program that pairs college students with middle school students at local schools nearby. Youth participants will create ventures of their own and earn real revenues. Currently, WeThrive is looking for UCLA students to mentor students at a middle school nearby. The time commitment is 90 minutes/week and mentors are trained before entering the classroo...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
education,at-risk youth,mentoring,youth,tutoringongoing

Theraputic Riding lessons for Special Needs children

Special Spirit Inc. provides PATH certified instruction for theraputic riding lessons to students with special needs such as autism, down syndrome, and cerebral palsy. Our volunteers aid instructors in lessons by grooming and leading horses, playing games during lessons, and helping maintain a clean and safe barn environment for our students and horses. Volunteers have the opportunity to earn disc...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
9889 Helen Ave, Shadow Hills
special needs,youth,animals,disabilitiesongoing

Become a Youth Mentor Today!

Organizations Mission:The Youth Policy Institute transforms Los Angeles neighborhoods using a holistic approach to reduce poverty by ensuring families have access to high quality schools, wrap-around education and technology services, enabling a successful transition from cradle to college and career.Who are the youth?Students who are eligible for services are between the ages of 16-24 and are cur...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
2140 W Olympic Blvd, Suite 101, Los Angeles
education,at-risk youth,youth,mentoringongoing

Technology Instructor w/ First Fridays (BruinTech)

The BruinTech mission is to share technical knowledge and experience, encourage innovation and promote participation among all Bruin technologists. 
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
seniors,technology,tutoring,on campusongoing

Social Media Intern

The idea of the pilot light is that we will light a small spark that can grow into a larger fire, after we are gone. We are committed to empowering people to help themselves in the fight against extreme poverty through sustainable income.We are looking for an intern to post a couple times a week on social media (facebook, twitter, instagram). They would work with me, the founder/president on devel...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
10960 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 700, Los Angeles

Tutor/ Mentor with The Ed Center in West Adams

We provide low-cost tutoring services to the residents around West Adams. Along with tutoring, we strive to be a positive influence in our students lives. We have after school programs here from 3:00-7:00pm Monday through Thursday and Saturdays from 10:00am-2:00pm.  We also provide adult tutoring and adult computer literacy courses during the day. Volunteer tutors are expected to be abl...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
4505 West Adams Blvd, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,environment,mentoring,sustainability,technology,tutoring,youthongoing

Spanish speaking student needed to talk to parents of Special Ed. Students

Nonprofit organization provides Speech Therapy Services to students with Special Needs. Bi-lingual student needed to coordinate the schedule for volunteer therapist. Speech Pathologist/s works with disabled students in South Central Los Angeles.. We need a bright student who can help us contact the parents of children with special needs. Confirm scheduled appointments. Weekly phone calls re...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
1802 Oak St Unit 4, Santa Monica
disabilities,education,special needs,poverty,healthongoing

Venice Art Walk Volunteers/Interns Needed!

Venice Family Clinic has been providing quality primary healthcare to people in need since 1970. Thanks to the support of our generous volunteers and donors, we are able to help more than 24,000 patients each year. We have exciting opportunities for volunteers and interns to assist us with the Venice Art Walk & Auctions, Venice Family Clinic’s largest annual fundraiser. This event is host...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
2509 Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles County

Community Leadership Summer Internships in DC – Dec. 6 Early Deadline

Community Leadership + NGO Internships – the Ultimate DC Experience!   Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service June 3 – July 28, 2017 Early Application Deadline: December 6, 2016 - 5% tuition discount   Immerse yourself in community leadership and engagement this summer in Washington, DC! The 8-week program allows students to intern with n...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

Cosmetologists Needed for New Patient Program at UCLA Health

Volunteer Services at UCLA Health is currently seeking licensed cosmetologists who would be willing to donate 1 - 2 hours of service a month for our long-term hospitalized patients requesting a haircut. Many are awaiting a transplant, or facing other serious illnesses and a haircut would make a huge difference in their outlook and well-being.   Training and on-boarding as a volunteer re...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
health,on campusongoing

Veterans Food Program

 VA Mission- To honor America's veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well being.  The Veterans Food Program occurs every Thursday from 12noon to 2:00pm excluding holidays at the outdoor pavilion near Bldg. 500 & 304.  Volunteer opportunities include set up of event, meet/greet veterans and distributing free farm fresh produce to veterans.
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
11301 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles


STEAM: CODERS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring underrepresented and underserved students and families through the fundamentals of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM). Our mission is to unlock the potential of each participant through an innovative and enjoyable curriculum focused on critical thinking, access to opportunities, and attainable pathways to academ...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

MindRight Volunteer Coach

About MindRight: 1 in 4 inner-city youth witness a murder by age 17. According to the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, 1 in 3 inner-city youth suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). MindRight is changing the status quo for at-risk youth experiencing trauma. Our texting service provides high schoolers with daily, personalized psychoeducation around positive coping skills for ma...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
641 S St NW, 3rd Floor, Washington
health,technology,tutoring,youth,poverty,mentoring,education,at-risk youthongoing

One Heart Source Global Mentorship Programs

One Heart Source is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization and top-rated nonprofit organization headquartered in the LA area. We run experiential learning programs for university undergraduate and post-graduate students seeking international experience via service. Our programs focus on global mentorship, youth empowerment, and cultural immersion. Programs available in Cape Town, South Afr...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
at-risk youth,education,poverty,international,mentoring,tutoring,youthongoing

Educating Young Minds

Educating Young Minds’ mission is to provide a multi-faceted, holistic approach to learning, in a rich and nurturing environment, where at-risk students grades Pre K-12th are held accountable, as they realize their highest academic, emotional and social potential. OpportunityTeachers...Math and SciencesIT SpecialistsProgrammersDesignersPR Marketing and Branding Specialists
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
3325 Wilsire Blvd, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,mentoring,technology,tutoring,youthongoing

Zimmer Children’s Museum Volunteers!

he Zimmer Children's Museum's mission is to make a better society through interactive learning, creative self-expression and art experiences for children and families. We are dedicated to teaching people about the BIG IDEAS of global citizenship, community responsibility, and cultural sensitivity. The Zimmer Children’s Museum is a non-profit cultural institution located on Museum Row in...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
6505 Wilshire Blvd #100, Los Angeles

Assistant Theater Director; Assistant Stage Tech Director

The School of History and Dramatic Arts (SoHDA) is an LAUSD Pilot school* in Glassell Park with opportunities for short and long term internships. SoHDA is an all-public school serving students of the surrounding neighborhood with a college-prep academic program blended with a robust drama and stage tech program. Staffed with a dedicated (group of teachers, community volunteers and interns play a ...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
2050 North San Fernando Road, Los Angeles
art,education,youth,tutoring,at-risk youth,mentoringongoing

Counseling/Guidance Internship (High School)

The School of History and Dramatic Arts (SoHDA is an LAUSD Pilot school* in Glassell Park with opportunities for short and long term internship positions. SoHDA is an all-public school serving students of the surrounding neighborhood with a college-prep academic program blended with a robust drama and stage tech program. Joining a dedicated group of teachers--the community volunteers and interns p...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
2050 North San Fernando Road, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,disabilities,education,mentoring,youth,special needsongoing

Think you want to be a teacher? Get experience as an intern/volunteer!

The School of History and Dramatic Arts (SoHDA is an LAUSD Pilot school* in Glassell Park with opportunities for short and long term internship positions. SoHDA is an all-public school serving students of the surrounding neighborhood with a college-prep academic program blended with a robust drama and stage tech program. Joining a dedicated group of teachers--the community volunteers and interns p...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
2050 North San Fernando Road, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,disabilities,mentoring,education,special needs,tutoring,youthongoing

AmeriCorps VISTA Project Coordinator with Maker Ed

The Maker VISTA Project is a national service project with partners across the US.Our Maker VISTA Project is focused on transforming education for youth disadvantaged by poverty. As a Project Coordinator, your work onsite will impact the organization and greater community through partnership development, volunteer facilitation, community building, resource creation, educator training, and much mor...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

Visiting Hospice Patients

Care One Hospice provides high quality, compassionate care to patients by easing the journey through serious illness and loss. We provide guidance and support during the end of life with dignity and comfort along side the people you know and trust.
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

College Counseling -Intern

HEART OF LOS ANGELS(HOLA) provides under-served youth in the McArthur Park area of LA with exceptional programs in academics, arts and athletics within a nurturing environment, empowering them to develop their potential, pursue their education and strengthen their communities. HOLA is looking for college counseling students who are committed to learn about and work in college admissions & f...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
2701 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles

Sojourn’s Volunteer Training

Volunteer opportunities at Sojourn include answering our 24-hour hotline, facilitation of support groups and participation in children’s empowerment play groups. In addition to signing up for one of these core programs, you may also participate with court accompaniment, our horticultural therapy program, donations sorting, fund raising, clerical work, and everyday operations of our shelters.The...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
1453 16th Street, Santa Monica
health,violence prevention,domestic violence,gender based violence,intimate partner violence,women,children,youthongoing

Brothers Respecting Others

The BRO program, facilitated by Sojourn, is joining the effort to give men a space in preventing future violence by opening up the discourse around masculinity. If you’re looking for a space to get involved, receive more information, or begin a conversation about the violence you witness, hear about, or are victim to in your community, then you’re in the right place. You don’t need to...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
1453 16th Street, Santa Monica
at-risk youth,education,health,mentoring,youth,violence prevention,domestic violence,intimate partner violence,gender based violence,systemic oppression,trauma informed care,empowerment,men,toxic masculinity,sexism,male victimsongoing

Mmanze Centre for Rural Development & Training – Uganda

The Mmanze Centre for Rural Development & Training (MACERUDET) is a community-based Ugandan NGO engaged in empowering self-help projects & sustainable development programs in marginalized rural communities. ​The Mmanze Centre takes its name from Mmanze Community, of Masulita Sub County in Wakiso District, north-west of Kampala. ONSITE VOLUNTEER SUPPORT MACERUDET vitally re...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
Unnamed Road, Wakiso

Evidence-Based Workshop Leader

Our mission today, as it was then, is to design and implement new models of evidence-based care that address the key social determinants of health. We raise the quality and effectiveness of community-based health care and social services, while also simplifying the delivery of those services, and in so doing, create a continuum of care that can better help everyone.
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
732 Mott St, # 150, Greater Los Angeles Area

Inspire a girl! Volunteer with WriteGirl!

WriteGirl is accepting applications for volunteers! WriteGirl is a non-profit organization that empowers at-risk teen girls through creative writing and self-expression. Use your professional skills to help with fundraising, collecting journals and other supplies, or assist at WriteGirl events. WriteGirl teens receive creative techniques and insights through one-on-one mentoring, school progr...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
1330 Factory Place, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,mentoring,youthongoing


Hathaway-Sycamores has opportunities for adults, 21 and over to mentor youth at our residential treatment center in Altadena. Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services’ Mentoring for Life program was developed to provide youth, ages 10-18 in foster/residential care with the opportunity to develop a relationship with a caring adult who is there to listen, support, guide and be a friend. Study ...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
youth,at-risk youth,mentoringongoing

Special Needs Volunteering Overseas

The well-being of people with special needs is often left to social services if their families do not have have the ability to care for them. Our Special Needs Care projects are best suited to volunteers of a caring and compassionate nature who are patient and open to helping with a range of duties, or for physical therapy students looking to offer their experience.   Volunteer work v...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

Education Volunteering Overseas

The impact of education is boundless and the influence our Teaching volunteers have on the communities we work in goes well beyond the classroom. Whether teaching English, other subjects or working on extracurricular activities, the students are eager to learn and participate. Volunteers may teach independently, provide support to local teachers or team up with other international volunteers in tr...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

Animal and Wildlife Volunteering Overseas

Whether you\'re supporting turtle conservation efforts, improving the protected natural habitats of wildlife in Africa and Asia, or providing care for abandoned dogs and cats in the animal shelters of South America or Central America, there is no shortage of help needed in our Wildlife and Animal Care volunteer projects.  In the projects focused on habitat conservation, volunteers have t...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

Bruin Shelter

According to the 2013 FAFSA, 58,000+ college students reported being homeless in the United States. As students, we face a lot in our lives. Classes, extracurriculars, research, jobs, family, etc. give us a lot to worry about. Imagine undertaking those challenges, while also not knowing where you'd sleep that night. Bruin Shelter will be the 3rd student-run, student-initiated homeless shelter...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing

Odyssey Theatre Ensemble

The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble is a 46-year-old producing theatre company, which operates a three 99-seat-theatre complex in West Los Angeles. In its 46 year run, the OTE has been awarded over 500 times, including an unprecedented two time win of the Los Angeles Drama Critics prestigious MARGARET HARTFORD AWARD. Its six play season consists of challenging new work, revitalizing classics and the best...
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2055 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles

Save young lives, become a TrevorChat/TrevorText Volunteer!

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth. TrevorChat is a free, confidential, secure online messaging service that provides live help through our website. TrevorChat is available every day between the hours of 12PM-6PM Pacific. TrevorText is available on Thursdays and Fridays from 1PM-5PM Pacifi...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
at-risk youth,health,youth,lgbt,lgbtq trans,transgender,mental health,counselingongoing

Save young lives, become a Trevor Lifeline Volunteer!

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention to LGBTQ+ youth. The Trevor Lifeline is the nation’s only 24/7 helpline that serves LGBTQ+ youth ages 13-24. Trevor Lifeline volunteers are trained to answer calls on the Trevor Lifeline from young people who are feeling suicidal or need a safe, non-judgmental place to talk. We ...
Times May Vary   •   Ongoing
at-risk youth,health,youth,lgbt,lgbtq ,gay,trans,transgender,mental health,counselingongoing

Expand the Worlds of Individuals with Disabilities

Live Advance LA is a non-profit independent living program that serves 18-29 year olds who are learning the necessary skills to eventually live on their own. We are looking for volunteers to share their talents and/or interests with our residents to help expand their worlds and expose them to new things. Volunteers would host a 30-60 minute "workshop" anytime Monday through Friday during the ...
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disabilities,education,mentoring,health,special needs,youth,artongoing

Public Art Ambassador- Sepulveda Basin

Go here to get more info on the event.Formed in 1925, Department of Cultural Affairs promotes arts and culture as a way to ignite a powerful dialogue, engage LA’s residents and visitors, and ensure LA’s varied cultures are recognized, acknowledged, and experienced. Event Description: CURRENT:LA Water is looking for passionate art enthusiasts to assist in Los Angeles’ first citywide Publ...
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570 West Avenue 26 Suite 400, Los Angeles
art,environment,sustainability,non-profit/ governmentongoing

CURRENT:LA Water Public Art Ambassador

Go here for more information.Formed in 1925, Department of Cultural Affairs promotes arts and culture as a way to ignite a powerful dialogue, engage LA’s residents and visitors, and ensure LA’s varied cultures are recognized, acknowledged, and experienced. Event Description: CURRENT:LA Water is looking for passionate art enthusiasts to assist in Los Angeles’ first citywide Public Art Bi...
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570 West Avenue 26 Suite 400, Los Angeles
art,environment,non-profit/ government,sustainabilityongoing

Public Art Ambassador

L.A. Works is collaborating with the City of L.A. to help recruit volunteers to support the artists at 15 sites across LA. From taking a look Under LA at the First Street Bridge, to having prime seating at the open air screening of a new film, volunteers will get a unique look at LA.CURRENT:LA Water is looking for passionate art enthusiasts to assist in Los Angeles’ first citywide Public Art Bie...
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570 West Avenue 26 Suite 400, Los Angeles

Help tutor underserved students in STEM!

9 Dots Community Learning Center is a non-profit organization housed in Hollywood, CA that provides after-school homework help and enrichment programming to underserved elementary and middle school students. We aim to bridge the gap in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education services between underserved students and those with more resources. Our program works to increase the a...
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931 Highland Avenue, Los Angeles

Hospice- Patient Care Volunteer

Tranquil Care Hospice provides support and comfort to those diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. Our mission is to support and provide care for a patient to deal with death in a “tranquil” and peaceful manner, allowing them to comfortably move on with positive thoughts and memories. As a patient care Volunteer, you may read a book, listen to a life story, give a break to family caregive...
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3250 Ocean Park Blvd, Suite 120, Santa Monica
health,seniors,hospice,health care,volunteer,medicalongoing

Military Makeover

Community Counts Inc. We are launching a program called Military Makeover. Our vision is to help decorate the homes of our Vets and their families. We are in the process of developing a prototype process. We need a Project Manager to initiate the process We need with the following tasks: • Web designer to develop our simple Webpage. • Students to develop a social media progra...
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1802 Oak Street, Santa Monica

Provide supplies to the homeless and their animal companions

We are into education and solution. Assisting the homeless and their animals on the front lines! Program Description: To assist the homeless and their animals with education and solution. To bring much needed comfort items, food, etc. Volunteer Role & Responsibilities: Volunteers will be setting up for the gathering; organizing stations; handing out comfort items, clothing, resources; taki...
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Volunteer Child Advocate to Unaccompanied Immigrant Children

We are looking for Spanish-speaking volunteers to be paired with children in federal custody undergoing deportation removal proceedings. Our Child Advocates attend a two-day training, undergo federal and local background checks, and are matched with an individual child. Once a volunteer Child Advocate is matched with a child, they will meet once a week for an hour each week at the facility where t...
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at-risk youth,education,international,mentoring,special needs,youthongoing

Volunteer In Ecuador

Eco Volunteer UP (EVUP) was founded 12 years ago. EVUP is a non-profit Ecuadorian organization that supports local projects in needs around the country: unprivileged children, community and environment. - Help children to provide educational support, care and protection to disadvantaged children and teenagers in social risk. - Assist local communities to improve their lives and achieve a comm...
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Marsella E8-45 y Shyris, Quito
animals,seniors,special needs,sustainability,international,health,disabilities,education,environmentongoing

Arts and Athletics with Children Impacted by Chronic Illness

CoachArt’s mission is to create a transformative arts and athletics community for families impacted by childhood chronic illness. Program Description: Volunteers can choose to participate in individual "in-home lessons" at the home of a CoachArt student, or in a "CoachArt Club" involving groups of volunteers and groups of students at a community site in Los Angeles. Volunteer Role & Respo...
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art,disabilities,special needs,youthongoing

The Dream Center

Volunteer Opportunities
 (Please note: we do not run outreaches on Monday or Sunday) TUESDAY: Morning: Foster Care Intervention 9:00am Food Truck 9:00am Afternoon: Food Truck 1:00pm Kids Jam (Nickerson Gardens) 12:45pm Adopt-A-Block (MacArthur Park)
 1:00pm Hot Dog outreach (Skid Row) 4:00pm WEDNESDAY: Morning: 
 Food Truck 9:00am Foster Care Inter...
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2301 Bellevue Ave, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,poverty,hunger,health,tutoring,veteransongoing

Communications and Engagement Intern

About Foundation for Second Chances is a community based organization which utilizes hands-on education, mentoring, health awareness and community service to maximize the potential of youth. We strive to create an empowering environment of love, compassion, and safety for youth and families in South Los Angeles. Our holistic approach recognizes the importance of each individual component necessar...
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youth,education,at-risk youthongoing

Education and Recreation – Youth Center in South LA

If you care about kids and want to help them succeed in life, the Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center may be the place for you. We are a nonprofit youth center founded in 1990 by a mother in honor of her son, killed in a drive-by shooting (Google Myrtle Faye Rumph). Our afterschool and summer programs have up to 60 students each in grades 3-12. Looking for college students who know the meaning of "fu...
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9106 South Western Avenue, Los Angeles
art,at-risk youth,education,health,mentoring,poverty,technology,tutoring,youthongoing

Community Outings Volunteer!

TAP II and EPI Center are seeking volunteers with friendly, patient demeanor to assist staff and students on community outings! This is our way of spreading and practicing the message of inclusion by immersing our students into places of community. TAP II is going to a recycling facility, Target/Starbucks and a garden center this month. Time and dates TBD. EPI Center will be going to the H...
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art,disabilities,education,special needsongoing

Education and recreation — youth center in South LA

If you care about kids and want to help them succeed in life, the Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center may be the place for you. Homework is the main thing at our nonprofit youth center in South Los Angeles. Kids come in (picked up at school in our van), grab their snacks and head straight to the computer lab where staff and volunteers help them complete their homework and their online tutori...
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9106 South Western Avenue, Los Angeles County
at-risk youth,art,education,health,mentoring,poverty,youth,tutoring,technologyongoing

Seeking Class Volunteer at TAP II Facility!

TAP II is seeking a dedicated, reliable and responsible volunteer to assist staff and clients with classroom activities! Must be 18 or over to apply and submit a Livescan clearance and TB Test within last 2 years. Livescan paperwork will be provided at volunteer orientation; there is a processing fee of $20 which will be reimbursed with proof of receipt after 6 hours of volunteering.
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1903 W 169th St, Gardena
art,special needs,disabilities,educationongoing

Share your passion for the arts and athletics with children impacted by chronic illness!

CoachArt's mission is to create a transformative arts and athletics community for families impacted by childhood chronic illness. You don't have to be Pablo Picasso or Steph Curry to get involved. If you like to take pictures, paint, dance, play sports, or engage in other hobbies, we have a special opportunity for you to share your passion with a CoachArt student! CoachArt Volunteer Opportuniti...
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3303 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles
art,disabilities,education,mentoring,health,tutoring,special needs,youth,arts,sports,illness,coach,athleticsongoing

Program Support Intern

Pathway is a 2-year certificate program at UCLA Extension that provides a blend of educational, social, and vocational experiences to students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our students are fully engaged in the UCLA campus while receiving specialized instruction and support. We are looking for individuals who are interested in volunteering with Pathway to provide some additi...
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10995 Le Conte Ave Ste 639, Los Angeles

Rewarding Opportunity to Give Back and Get Credit!

Hello! We are a small, loving skilled nursing facility (59 beds) in beautiful Santa Monica. We are looking for caring volunteers to read stories, help with BINGO and other activities. Our patients enjoy our volunteers! We are happy to sign for community service hours. If you have some free time and feel you would like doing this, please call our Activities De...
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1321 Franklin Street, Santa Monica

Change Lives Through Jobs! Volunteer in the San Fernando Valley – Spanish Speakers Needed!

Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization in Los Angeles dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment. Since 1984, Chrysalis has assisted over 51,000 individuals, providing them with a hand-up, rather than a hand-out at three centers located where pockets of poverty are most perva...
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13545 Van Nuys Blvd, Pacoima

Translation Volunteers for Alzheimer’s Disease Resources

Alzheimer's Greater Los Angeles is looking for bilingual volunteers to help us translate materials and resources about Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and caregiving into different API languages including Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and Thai. There is a need for resources about Alzheimer's Disease in the API community in the Greater Los Angeles area. Research on Alzheimer's in v...
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4221 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 400, Los Angeles
seniors,special needs,healthongoing

CSA Box Distribution

Every Wednesday from 1pm - 6:30pm help pass out CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) boxes to students and staff. Volunteers are given 1 free box to share, for their time and contribution! This is a great opportunity to network with students and faculty from the Center for Health Sciences community. Time slots are flexible and you are not required to stay the full 5 1/2 hours. Volunteers must sig...
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633 Charles E Young Drive South, Los Angeles
health,sustainability,on campusongoing

Seeking Alumni to talk UCLA Sports

Seeking volunteer to serve one hour a week talking UCLA sports & current events, reading the newspaper and playing games with UCLA alumni with Alzheimer's. For more information, please contact Marti Sato at (760) 716-1661.
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Nepal volunteers

My name is Ruplal Sunar, i live in Nepal and i am a programs director of the Jungle book volunteers of We are a non-governmental, non-political organization that has been registered in the Chitwan District Administration Office since 2000. It was established for the sole purpose of supporting children and women who are socially, economically, and educationally d...
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animals,art,at-risk youth,disabilities,education,environment,health,sustainability,tutoring,youthongoing

Online Skilled Volunteering Opportunities – Help Nonprofits with Professional Projects

give&score connects college graduate-volunteers and nonprofit organizations together, helping nonprofits further their impact and giving volunteers the opportunity to prove their professional competence to employers while simultaneously putting their talents to use toward causes that positively impact the world. Our projects are a quick and meaningful way to prove your skills and competence to ...
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animals,art,at-risk youth,disabilities,disaster relief,education,environment,health,hunger,international,mentoring,military,poverty,seniors,special needs,sustainability,technology,veterans,youthongoing

Fun STEM activities with Youth

CSC Youth Center – Los Angeles, CA Chinatown Service Center’s Youth Center is looking for an a Volunteer STEM Activity Instructor. We are looking for someone dedicated to promoting STEM education to disadvantaged youth. We are looking for someone who loves doing hands on STEM activities with the youth. If you have a background in STEM or a love for science and youth, we want your help....
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767 N Hill St, Suite 400, Los Angeles
education,at-risk youth,youth,tutoring,technologyongoing

Tutoring Middle School Students

We are a community youth center that provide free services for disadvantaged students. Hence, we are in need of volunteers. Many of our youth are recent immigrants from lower socioeconomic and education families and need additional help to help them succeed in school. We are looking for volunteer tutors/mentors who wants to make a difference in their lives. Our program take place at our youth ...
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767 N Hill Street, Los Angeles

DART Advocate

In Los Angeles, LAPD and domestic violence advocates, have joined forces to address complaints about antiquated laws that limit action by both survivors and police, and are often blamed for why survivors have a hard time finding safety and justice. Known as the Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART), their mission is to provide immediate crisis intervention and follow-up services to survivors of dome...
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2561 W Venice Blvd, Los Angeles

Imagine HEALTH

Do your part in the fight against childhood obesity. Be a mentor for the Imagine HEALTH program at Hamilton High School! - Be a healthy role model and help make a positive change in the health and wellness of students. - Be a mentor in an interactive nutrition, health and fitness curriculum - Support high school students for 1.25 hours a week for 6 weeks they learn the basics of nutrition ...
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health,at-risk youth,education,mentoring,youthongoing

Big Sunday’s thePROBOlist

Every week we hear from people in the Big Sunday community who have special skills or talents that they’d like to share - everything from legal and medical skills to graphic design to being able to teach meditation. At the same time, our nonprofit partners call us looking for all kinds of services – yet often without the resources to pay for them. We’ve happily played matchmaker for years. F...
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6111 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles

Citizenship Program Volunteer

Category: Citizenship; Immigration; Legal Services; Interpretation Position: U.S. Citizenship Application Assistance, Volunteer Location: Los Angeles, CA Type: Part-time (unpaid) Cycle : 2016 Spring (and on-going) Interfaith Refugee and Immigration Service (IRIS) is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the lives of immigrant and refugee communities in Los Angeles, CA. IRIS is a ref...
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3621 Brunswick Avenue, Los Angeles

Tumaini Miles of Smiles

Tumaini Miles of Smiles Centre run a school, a children's home and a trade school. There are also other outreach programs in the community including home visits. The minimum age is 18 years old and you need to send your resume upfront. Volunteers can stay up to one year and the minimum duration is two weeks. Our volunteers experience real village life and get to know more about our living. Y...
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Administrative Volunteer

Families In Schools envisions a public education system where students have all the opportunities and resources necessary to succeed in school and in life. Assist FIS’ busy staff by updating their database. Volunteers will gain administrative experience and work with staff on the day-to-day operations. Commitment of 2 hours a week.
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1545 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700, Los Angeles

Latino Resource Organization seeks tutors for after-school program

The Latino Resource Organization is a non-profit, community based, social service organization whose primary purpose is to improve the quality of life of low-income families through the services and resources we provide. Currently, we are in need of volunteers to assist with our Youth Program which provides academic enrichment through the form of tutoring, mentoring, and other activities. At this...
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610 California Ave, Venice
tutoring,youth,education,at-risk youthongoing

Event Planning Volunteer (Families in Schools)

Families In Schools envisions a public education system where students have all the opportunities and resources necessary to succeed in school and in life. Are you a go getter, and interested in event planning? Families In Schools has many events throughout the year, and the organization needs someone interested in helping with several important tasks, including researching and scouting locations,...
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1545 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700, Los Angeles

UCLA Alumni Scholarships Program

Since 1936, volunteers from around the globe have played a vital role in the UCLA Alumni Scholarships Program. Volunteers are able to interact with like-minded Bruins and exceptional scholarship applicants, while giving back to the university in a tangible way. We invite UCLA Alumni and friends to help in the selection process of our exceptional candidates by reviewing applications, interviewin...
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WriteGirl Mentor

In-Schools Writing Mentors Needed! WriteGirl is currently seeking women and men writers to empower & inspire diverse teens in our Bold Ink Writers/In-School’s program at various sites around Los Angeles county. Our In-Schools program is growing and we need co-ed volunteers with daytime availability. Help our teens explore their creative voice! APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday January 15, 2016 ...
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mentoring,at-risk youth,youth,educationongoing

Tutoring High School Students @ University High School

We are a UCLA Program that is in partnership with Los Angeles Unified School District's Beyond the Bell After School Program and we are a full service after school program offering tutoring, sports and arts activities after school. We are especially in need of Math and Science tutors who are capable of tutoring high school math and science. However, if you have a special skill or area of interest,...
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11800 Texas Ave, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,tutoring,education,youth,mentoring,poverty,artongoing

Westside German Sheperd Rescue

Westside German Shepherd Rescue of Los Angeles is a 501(c)3 non profit, no-kill rescue committed to saving all types of German Shepherd Dogs from high kill shelters and adopting them to loving, qualified homes. We depend on volunteers to help us walk our dogs, which are all waiting for their forever homes. Please view the following video to see the impact volunteers make at Westside German Sh...
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3016 South Hill Street, Los Angeles County

East Hollywood Certified Farmers’ Market

The East Hollywood Certified Farmers' Market (EHCFM) located on Hollywood Boulevard and Western Avenue, above the Metro Red Line station, was created by Thai Community Development Center to improve access to fresh affordable locally-grown fruits and vegetables and encourage healthy behavior among low-income and vulnerable populations in the underserved neighborhood of East Hollywood & Hollywood. ...
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5448 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles

In-Schools Writing Mentors Needed!

In-Schools Writing Mentors Needed! WriteGirl is currently seeking women and men writers to empower & inspire diverse teens in our Bold Ink Writers/In-School’s program at various sites around Los Angeles county. Our In-Schools program is growing and we need co-ed volunteers with daytime availability. Help our teens explore their creative voice! APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday January 15, 2016 ...
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1330 Factory Place, Unit F104, Los Angeles
art,at-risk youth,education,youth,writing,mentoringongoing

Volunteer at a Retirement Facility (Westwood)

Westwood Plaza is an independent and assisted living community. Residents choose the level of assistance they need, from independent living to personal care. Our goal is to offer a safe and positive environment, with an emphasis on independence, activity and quality of life. Our individual approach to care, combined with an emphasis on compassion and respect, are the basis of our success and found...
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2228 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles
seniors,special needs,veterans,health,disabilities,artongoing

Mindfulness – Healing Arts at Salvation Army

The Healing Arts Program teaches children mindfulness practices through meditation, worksheets, and art. True Connection is seeking volunteers to assist once a week for an hour.
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1401 S Sepulveda, Los Angeles

Volunteering with children in Uganda

This Volunteer post is for the self-supporting volunteers wishing to work with children as teachers of children age 3 to 12 years young. You may be interested in medical work, this can also be arranged for you. Student who wish to join in as internship program you are also welcome to apply. There are other programs available depending on your experience or skills.
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Ntenjeru Trading Centre - Mpatta Road, Mukono

Make a Difference: One Child at a Time

Keep Youth Doing Something (KYDS), Inc. is a community-based organization with a mission to empower low-income, at-risk youth to fulfill their individual potential and become productive members of the community. KYDS has been providing after school programs for youth and their families since 1989 and currently serves over 2,700 youth each day throughout Los Angeles. KYDS Inc. is offering a ...
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18437 Saticoy Street, Los Angeles
tutoring,at-risk youth,education,povertyongoing

Rescuing Leftover Cuisine

Hey Bruins! Ever wonder where all that leftover food from your favorite restaurant or dining hall end up? Every year, millions of Americans go hungry even as 40% of our food ends up uneaten. What if we were able to bridge that gap between leftover cuisine and food insecurity, right here in LA county? Thus, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine was born. We're a dedicated crew of volunteers who go ou...
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Become a School on Wheels tutor

Homeless children and youth fall behind in their education because of attending school inconsistently. They are capable students but their lives are filled with chaos; much of the family’s time is spent seeking shelter and nourishment, and the children frequently change schools. Los Angeles Unified School District reported 14,000 homeless children and youth in the 2014/2015 school year. Woul...
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600 East 7th Street, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,poverty,tutoring,mentoringongoing

Flying Samaritans at UCLA

Flying Samaritans at UCLA is a coalition of students and doctors working to bring free healthcare to the underserved community of Colonia Margarita Moran, Mexico. Our program takes a unique approach to healthcare by promoting public health awareness and preventive medicine. We work to enable the people of this community to take their health into their own hands and make healthy lifestyle choices ...
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Med Students, RNs, MPHs, and MSNs Wanted – Be a Referral Coordinator for a Community Clinic!

We are currently recruiting volunteers like you to assist with our patient referral program! TIME COMMITMENT: Minimum of 4 hours per week for at least 6 months TRAINING: 12 hours IDEAL CANDIDATES: RNs, MSNs, MPHs, Medical Students, and all applicants that are confidently familiar with medical terminology. Bilingual Spanish is a plus. This role entails assisting our staff with extending...
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2509 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica
health,at-risk youth,poverty,healthcare administration,healthcare,nursing,medical students,medical,community health,public healthongoing

Reading Buddies

We are looking for volunteers to listen to our students read OR read to them. Our classes are very large and it would be extremely helpful for teachers and the students to have a time to be in a small group to practice their reading with a caring adult. No special education skills are required, just a kind and patient adult who is willing to listen. We are a K-6 school, so if you are intereste...
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142 W 75th Street, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,mentoring,poverty,tutoring,youthongoing

Fight Hunger at the Larchmont Farmers Market

Join Food Forward at the Larchmont Farmers Market! We are there every Sunday from 1 pm to 3 pm. Our volunteers collect donations of fresh produce from farmers and help box, carry, sort, and weigh the produce. 100% of the produce we collect is donated to Los Angeles Community College's Food Pantry for Low-Income Students! Email or sign up online at https://foodforward.o...
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Larchmont Farmers Market, Larchmont


Many poor children and orphans are likely to drop from school in Cameroon especially due to several reasons which include; geographical remoteness, cultural practices like early marriages and female genital mutilation (FGM), poverty, HIV/AIDS, inadequate facilities, high cost of education post primary, high school dropout rate, poor management and supervisory and under ...
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N3, Limbe
technology,special needs,sustainability,youthongoing

UCLA Health Volunteer Services – Wayfinding Ambasador

UCLA Health Volunteer Services located in the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is looking for individuals to assist patients and visitors by greeting each visitor/patient and providing wheelchair and escort assistance. Wayfinding Ambassadors are essential in the first impression and operations of the medical center. Must be 18 years old or older, friendly, proactive, and have good communication a...
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757 WESTWOOD PLAZA, Los Angeles
health,on campusongoing

Volunteer in Kenya – Community Development Projects

As a volunteer on our Kenya Community Development Projects, you will have the opportunity to explore the vibrant country of Kenya. GVA’s Volunteer in Kenya program offers unique and rewarding volunteer experience, ranging from helping local underprivileged communities to environmental conservation. Go Volunteer Africa offers in-demand, challenging, and diverse community development volunteer ...
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art,at-risk youth,education,environment,disabilities,health,youth,technology,sustainability,special needs,poverty,hunger,mentoringongoing

2 Feet 4 Paws: Walking Dogs for a Cause

Westside German Shepherd Rescue is a no-kill dog rescue run completely by volunteers. Dogs are pulled from nearby kill shelters to save them from euthanasia and give them a second chance at finding what is affectionately called their \\\"forever home\\\". Every week, nearly 100 dogs await their opportunity to make a family happy with their doggy-love. In the meantime, the only times these wonderfu...
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3016 S Hill St, Los Angeles

Indulge Your Inner Fashionista at Silverlining Resale Boutique & Vocational Training Center!

MAKE A DIFFERENCE AT SILVERLINING! The number of children affected by autism spectrum disorders, ADHD and other special needs continues to rise. As these kids approach adulthood, centers that develop life skills are more important than ever. Silverlining, an initiative of The Help Group, is a Resale Boutique that serves as an innovative Vocational Training Center for students with special needs...
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12211 West Washington Boulevard, Culver City
disabilities,education,special needs,youthongoing

Volunteer at UCLA Lab School

Student volunteer opportunities: Elena Perez Upper 3 and 4 M-F 8:15-10:15am LTL Spanish Sylvia Gentile Upper 3 and 4 M-F 11:50-12:20pm/1:15-2:55pm Science-Interest or background in Life, Earth or ...
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330 Charles E Young Dr North, Los Angeles
education,on campusongoing

Volunteer at Birthday Parties for Underprivileged Kids

Cause for Celebration - our mission is to provide homeless and foster youth with the opportunity to build positive self-worth through the power of celebration. We have an ongoing need for 3 types of volunteers: those who plan, those who party and those who perform at birthday parties. We hold Volunteer Orientations on at least a quarterly basis. Requirements for Volunteering: 1-...
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at-risk youth,youthongoing

Teach & Give Technology to Those in Need

human-I-T transforms unwanted or inoperative technology into operational and educational tools for the millions in need. Striving to go beyond recycling by taking a progressive approach to E-waste management, vocational training and the Digital Divide. Make a difference in your community by donating your unwanted technology so it may be reused by others. No matter your technological comfort lev...
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2202 South Atlantic Boulevard, Los Angeles County
at-risk youth,environment,education,sustainability,technology,veterans,youthongoing

Carecycle: Recycling + Volunteerism

Carecycle Foundation is a new nonprofit launching in Santa Monica. Our mission is to raise funds for humanitarian projects from donated recyclable goods. Our current campaigns include a community well-building project with Charity: Water and an ongoing fundraising campaign for UNICEF to help bring food, medicine,& shelter to refugee & migrant children. We are a registered 501c3 org as well as...
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1223 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles County
health,hunger,international,poverty,environment,at-risk youth,sustainability,youth,mentoring,technologyongoing

Volunteer Opportunities in Morocco (Teaching and more)

MCAS has a wide range of volunteering projects in Morocco, including Teaching English, Teaching French, Childcare, and working with Women. There are always places for volunteer activities, for students wishing to donate their time and effort to improving the city as well as their Arabic. Volunteers work with underprivileged children, providing training in English, French and information techno...
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Av, Hassan II Immeuble 83, Rabat
disabilities,mentoring,special needs,education,youth,sustainability,health,childcare,women's impowermentongoing

Tutor a homeless child w/ School on Wheels

One in every 30 children in the United States experiences homelessness every year - that's one student in every classroom in America; and, California has one of the highest homeless populations of any state. School on Wheels is a 501 (C)(3) nonprofit in Southern California with the mission of enhancing the education of children and youth who are homeless: those living in shelters, motels, camp gr...
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600 East 7th Street, Los Angeles
education,at-risk youth,tutoring,youth,povertyongoing

Tutoring + More Opportunities at LA High School

COLLEGE GUIDANCE VOLUNTEERS & INTERNS Nearly all students at the School of History and Dramatic Arts (SoHDA) will be the first in their families to go to college. Volunteers are needed throughout the Fall to work with students on their applications, test preparation, and admission essays. No experience needed–just a willingness to help students work through the application process. All trai...
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2050 North San Fernando Road, Los Angeles
tutoring,youth,at-risk youth,education,mentoring,drama,theater,history,stage tech,teachingongoing

EnrichLA – Building Edible Gardens

EnrichLA, is a non-profit that builds edible gardens in 77 schools within the Los Angeles area. We welcome any volunteers willing to work hard outdoors who are passionate/interested in serving the youth by building gardens. Tasks range from weeding, planting seedlings, harvesting, painting, cutting wood, and shoveling bark. To volunteer simply visit and click on the engage tab...
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INSPIRE A GIRL: WriteGirl Volunteers Needed!

WriteGirl is a creative writing organization that helps teen girls from diverse backgrounds develop their creative voices. Mentor a girl and share your writing skills! Join us for monthly workshops on all genres of creative writing from poetry to songwriting to journalism. These full-day extravaganzas include special celebrity writers and multi-sensory writing activities. Events are held at some o...
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1330 Factory Place Unit 104, Los Angeles
art,at-risk youth,education,mentoring,youth,tutoring,writing,poetry,journalism,fiction,writegirlongoing

Career Coach to Empower Women

Dress for Success provides services to women who are unemployed and searching, recently employed and adjusting, and gainfully employed and succeeding! Assist our clients in job application and interview preparation in our Career Center or workshops, anytime Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Duties include helping with job search, providing feedback on resumes or cover letters and conducting mock...
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2100 S Hill Street, Los Angeles
mentoring,poverty, womenongoing

Volunteer with Dress for Success Worldwide – West!

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Personal Shopper: Work one-on-one with clients in our Suiting Program to select professional clothing and accessories for their job search and new employment. If you have an eye for tailoring and appearance, are creative and personable with a flexible schedule on the weekdays, we’d love to have you on board! Public Speaking & Tabling Events: If you would like to s...
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2100 S Hill Street, Los Angeles

Silverlining Resale Boutique & Vocational Center

BUILDING BRIGHTER FUTURES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS! Silverlining Resale Boutique needs you! The number of children affected by autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and other special needs continues to rise. As these kids approach adulthood, centers that develop life skills are more important than ever. Silverlining, an initiative of The Help Group, is a resale boutique that serves as an ...
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12211 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles
disabilities,education,special needs,youthongoing

Volunteer in The Miracle Project!

Are you studying Psychology, Special Education, Child Development, Theater Arts, Music or a related discipline? The Miracle Project, an awe-inspiring musical theater production for children on the autism spectrum, is holding two 22-week Miracle Project programs at The Help Group this fall, one in Culver City (Mondays 3-530) and one in Sherman Oaks (Thursdays 3-530). They will start the last week o...
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4160 Grand View Blvd (Park in parking structure @ 4173 Inglewood Boulevard), Los Angeles
disabilities,education,special needs,youthongoing

UCLA Companion Care Program

The Geriatrics unit at Santa Monica is proud to announce the launch of the Companion Care program – a volunteer-driven program that provides older adults with individualized companionship while in the hospital. We are currently recruiting volunteers to serve as companions to provide therapeutic and sensory stimulation activities that include, but are not limited to: reading, playing games, assi...
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10945 Le Conte Ave, Suite 2339, Los Angeles

EmpowHer Girls Academy

Activities of EMPOWHER: 1) group mentoring (mentor and mentees); 2) monthly workshops on campus during school; 3) field trips; and 4) group activities. Program Description: EmpowHer Girls Program matches middle school girls (mentees) and professional women, who act as mentors. A mentor is described as a mature woman over the age of 21 who is a professional or businesswoman who will prov...
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1055 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1660, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,on campus,youth,sustainability,technology,tutoring,mentoring,environment,educationongoing

Care One Hospice Volunteer Opportunities

Care One Hospice Volunteers Volunteers are an integral part of the Care One Hospice interdisciplinary team. Our trained volunteers spend time with patients and families to provide support and love in many ways. They keep patients company, read to them, or take them for walks. They give care relief to weary caregivers, run errands, help in the office and provide bereavement support to grieving f...
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18520 Burbank Blvd #103, Tarzana

After School Instructor

We are seeking Math, Science and English Instructors to join our After School Enrichment program. Instructors play an important role in assisting inner-city students to graduate school on-time and ready to excel in college-level courses. Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Administration, Instructors work to improve the academic performance of students who have difficulty unders...
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3045 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles

Hospice Volunteer

Promise Hospice’s mission is to “comfort always” and to provide individualized care to all who are facing the end of life. Promise Hospice provides comprehensive physical, emotional, and spiritual care and subsequent bereavement services during life-limiting illness to promote successful grieving in patients and their families. Hospice is not a place, but a philosophy of care. We care f...
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2140 W Olympic Blvd Suite 326, Los Angeles
health,hospice,healthcare,palliative care,end-of-life careongoing

Mentoring at Vista Del Mar Child & Family Services

Vista Del Mar is currently seeking dedicated and trustworthy adult volunteers to commit to a one-on-one friendship with an at-risk teen between 12-18 years old. The Relationship Mentor program was created for our residential youth who have little to no contact with their parent or guardian. These teens are commonly placed in our care due to severe cases of abuse, neglect, and abandonment. We ar...
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3200 Motor Ave, Los Angeles
mentoring,at-risk youthongoing

Fight Hunger at the Brentwood Farmers Market

Food Forward recovers good fresh and healthy food that would otherwise get thrown away and donates it to local food banks. We are at the Brentwood Farmers Market every Sunday from 1 pm - 3 pm collecting donations from Farmers who have extra fruits and vegetables at the end of the market. All of the produce we collect gets donated to food banks in the Brentwood area. Volunteers pass out boxes ...
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hunger,environment,sustainability,farmers market,food waste,local agricultureongoing

Comfort Zone Camp Volunteer Training

Comfort Zone Camp is a nonprofit 501(c)3 bereavement camp that transforms the lives of children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. The free camps include confidence building programs and age-based support groups that break the emotional isolation grief often brings. Comfort Zone Camps are offered to children 7-17, and are held year-round across the Country. ...
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6300 Wilshire Blvd 22 Floor Training Room, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,mentoring,youthongoing

Community Helpline Crisis & Referral Hotline

Be a Lifeline of Hope for thousands of callers in crisis and in need... Community Helpline, a Division of Helpline Youth Counseling, Inc. is a confidential crisis and referral hotline that has been a lifeline of hope to thousands of individuals, by providing support to the callers in crisis and in need throughout the state of California since 1971. Community Helpline is located in the South ...
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PO Box 2503, Palos Verdes Peninsula
crisis hotline,suicide prevention,hotline,crisis,helpline,listening,mental health,mental illness,warmline,youth,veterans,seniors,poverty,health,hunger,at-risk youth,disabilities,psychology,social work,healthongoing

Volunteer in India – Delhi With Volunteering Solutions

Volunteering Solutions (VolSol) has many volunteering projects and programs in Delhi which can be easily clubbed with weekend trips. Volunteering opportunities in Delhi include orphanage, street children, women empowerment and health care volunteering programs. Age Limit: Volunteers must be 17 years or older at the time of joining the project. Medical Program volunteers must be at least 18 at t...
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disabilities,health,education,childcare,women empowerment,street children,english teachingongoing


Soccer program for people with special needs. AYSO's motto is everyone plays! The VIP program is a wonderful way For all to be a part of a team. Buddies help our players stay in the game and help them enjoy the experience. Buddies are encouraged to come as much as possible, but we understand that every Saturday may not be possible. Volunteers need to register at
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disabilities,youth,special needsongoing

Operation Blankets of Love

Operation Blankets of Love's (OBOL) mission is to improve the well-being of homeless animals and increase chances for survival and adoption – with the ultimate aim of eliminating animal homelessness. OBOL provides donated recycled and new aid and comfort items to homeless animals that consists of stray, sick, neglected, owner-dumped and abused animals to shelters, rescues, pets of the homeless, ...
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11931 Paso Robles Avenue, Granada Hills

Hospice Patient/Caregiver Visiting Volunteer

Help us Provide Soul Support to Hospice Patients and Their Families. Roze Room Hospice offers our volunteers important and rewarding work. Join our Roze Room Hospice team and help us provide warmth, wisdom and compassion to our patients and their families. We need volunteers with a caring heart who will offer soul support and companionship to our patients and their families. We have 5 office thr...
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Volunteer at AHEAD With Horses Therapeutic Riding Program

We are always happy to have people interested in volunteering! We have a short orientation every Saturday morning at 8:45am in Shadow Hills. (Rain will normally cancel and we are closed for major 3-day holiday weekends.) Volunteers must be at least 12 years old to volunteer. If you are under 18, a parent or guardian must accompany you to sign some paperwork. Closed-toe shoes (should b...
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10157 Johanna Ave, Shadow Hills
animals,disabilities,health,special needs,youthongoing

Benefits Enrollment Counselor

WISE & Healthy Aging's Benefits Enrollment Center is the first program in California designed to provide a one-stop shop to help low-income seniors throughout Los Angeles find and apply for public benefits programs to help them pay for prescription drugs, medical care, food and utilities. A volunteer will work with individuals age 50 and older to provide screening for eligibility, counseling of...
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1527 4th Street, 2nd Floor, Santa Monica

Free Arts Volunteers

We would love for you to join us in our mission of empowering youth to use art as a vehicle for self-expression and community awareness by becoming a Free Arts volunteer. Free Arts is a nonprofit dedicated to providing underserved youth, age four to eighteen years, with programs that use art as a vehicle for positive self-expression, leadership development, and foster positive youth-adult partne...
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5301 Beethoven Street, Los Angeles
art,at-risk youth,education,health,hunger,mentoring,poverty,youth,child development,community service,underserved youth,social justiceongoing


WANT TO EARN A $1,195 SCHOLARSHIP? • Do you like to work with under-served youth? • Interested in mentoring others? • Looking to go into the educational field? • Looking for work experience and letters of recommendation? THEN CONSIDER BEING AN AMERICORPS MENTOR WITH CCEO YOUTHBUILD!!! ABOUT THE POSITION: Seeking individuals 21 years of age and over to mentor our YouthBuild Students. Yo...
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5021 Lennox Blvd, Lennox
education,poverty,mentoring,at-risk youth,tutoring,youthongoing

Fundraising & Development Volunteer

We are seeking an ongoing Fundraising and Development Volunteer. Tasks include but are not limited to securing in-kind gifts, planning and organizing a fundraising event, recruiting sponsors, research and compile materials to be sent to funding organization, etc. If you are interested in developing or enhancing your development and fundraising experience please contact us. When: Ongoing Where:...
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1545 Wilshire Blvd, Suite #700, Los Angeles

UCLA OCD Intensive Treatment Program

Description of Organization & Population Served: The UCLA Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Intensive Outpatient Program is a 30-day intensive treatment program specifically designed for adults with severe or disabling OCD. It operates Mon.-Fri. 9-1 p.m. and provides both individual and group therapy for OCD. Treatments include cognitive behavior therapy and medication management. Description ...
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300 Medical Plaza, Los Angeles

Art Bridges Culture

Volunteers help to teach a culturally based, art education program that is currently provided to approximately 100 third-grade students at one Title 1 Los Angeles area elementary school. Over a period of 14 weeks, NCJW/LA volunteer art educators help children explore cutural traditions through art, music, cultural artifacts, slides, discussions and related hands-on art activities. Each lesson is f...
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2450 S Shenandoah St, LA

LIFE Mentoring Program at A Place Called Home

Be Someone Who Matters to Someone Who Matters. Become a MENTOR. Mentoring is a life-changing experience for everyone involved. By spending only a few hours a month—whether it’s exploring the community, playing sports or just hanging out—YOU can broaden the horizons of youth in your community. Mentor Requirements: -21+ years of age -Live within a 20 mile radius of the agency -Established r...
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2830 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,mentoring,youthongoing

Hospice Volunteer

Reliance Hospice and Palliative Care is a healthcare agency dedicated to providing quality services with compassion to our patients and their families during the end of life’s journey. We are a growing agency serving patients across the Greater Los Angeles Area, including various neighborhoods of South and Central L.A., South Bay, the Harbor, and north Orange County. Hospice is not a place, ...
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5120 W Goldleaf Cir, Ste 250, Los Angeles
health,seniors,end-of-life careongoing

CoachArt: Share your skills & hobbies with chronically ill youth and their siblings.

CoachArt’s mission is to create a transformative arts and athletics community for families impacted by childhood chronic illness. We serve chronically ill youth ages 5-18, their siblings and families. Our volunteering opportunities: 1) In-home lessons: Share your skills or hobbies with a student in their home for 8 weeks, typically 1 hour a week. 2) Clubs: Lead or support an 8-week club in the...
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3303 Wilshire Blvd Suite 1200, Los Angeles
health,art,disabilities,education,at-risk youth,mentoring,youth,special needs,sports,athletics,cooking,dance,music,acting,visual arts,performing artsongoing

Love to play? Love art? Join us at the museum!

Zimmer volunteers are a very important part of the Zimmer’s day to day awesome-ness! From volunteering on the floor of the museum, to helping us prepare for all of our fun classes and programs--we have lots of opportunities for community members to join in on the fun! Volunteer opportunities vary depending on age, interest, and skill level of each volunteer. Schedules may vary, but we welcome we...
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6505 Wilshire Blvd, #100, Los Angeles
education,youth,art,special needsongoing

Jewish Healing Center of Los Angeles Needs Volunteers!

The Jewish Healing Center of Los Angeles is looking for volunteers to help out in our main office. We would like to find a few volunteers who are motivated, energetic and want to work in a non-profit setting. The Jewish Healing Center helps individuals during their time of crisis– no matter their religious affiliation– so it is critical that volunteers remain discreet and professional. Volunt...
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10573, Los Angeles
health,seniors,special needs,at-risk youthongoing

JHCLA Needs In Office Volunteers!

The Jewish Healing Center of Los Angeles is looking for volunteers to help out in our main office. We would like to find a few volunteers who are motivated, energetic and want to work in a non-profit setting. The Jewish Healing Center helps individuals during their time of crisis-- no matter their religious affiliation-- so it is critical that volunteers remain discreet and professional. Volunteer...
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10573 West Pico Blvd Suite 850, Los Angeles
health,seniors,special needs,at-risk youth,disabilitiesongoing


About College Track Founded in 1997, College Track is a national non-profit organization that empowers students to achieve their dream of a college education. This organization exists to increase high school graduation, enrollment, and college graduation rates among students from low-income communities, thereby closing the achievement gap for students who are under-represented in higher education...
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2130 E First Street, Los Angeles
at-risk youth,education,tutoring,youth,mentoringongoing

Vascular Outcomes Research Help

We are looking for volunteers to help us with some data entry for the Vascular Quality Initiative (VQI). This is a national database of vascular surgery outcomes, and one that has been used to publish multiple papers as well as change standards of care because of the information that has been extracted. This database is dependent on entry of information for all vascular surgeries, and we are loo...
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200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 526, Los Angeles
health,on campusongoing
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