Giving back

At the current time face-to-face volunteering opportunities are limited. We will provide updated information in the future.

New Virtual Volunteering Opportunities

From: 9 Places to Volunteer On Line 

1. United Nations Volunteers

 UNV connects you with organizations working for peace and development in need of skills like research, writing, art, and design. 

2. Catchafire

This volunteer search tool is exclusively for online volunteer projects. Each one has a timeline that can range anywhere from an hour to a few weeks. 

3. Smithsonian Digital Volunteers

Help make their collections more accessible by volunteering online to transcribe historical documents or edit Wikipedia articles related to their artifacts and research.

4. Amnesty Decoders

This network of digital volunteers helps conduct research into global human rights violations. 

5. Translators Without Borders

Volunteers provide translations (10 million words a year!) to international organizations that focus on crisis relief, health and education.

6. Crisis Text Line

Here’s a perfect example of technology being used for good. Become a volunteer to help the Crisis Text Line continue to offer free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. 

7. Zooniverse

Zooniverse is a platform for people-powered research. Spend as much or as little time as you’d like identifying endangered animals, classifying galaxy systems, or transcribing Shakespearean manuscripts.

8. Project Gutenberg

The goal is to create the largest digital library/ Volunteer by donating eligible materials, transcribing books into a digital form, or proofreading others’ work.