Help kids have the best summer ever
4 ways to help children in your community have a summer they'll never forget.
Make summer vacation a time to give back
Help children and teens make a difference this summer. Volunteering teaches young people the power of helping others.
Be the "village"
5 ways to help youth in your community thrive.
Pay it forward as a mentor
Use your skills and experience to help others succeed.
Back to school is better than ever with you as a volunteer
Here are a few traditional, and outside-the-box, ideas to make a difference this back-to-school season.
Volunteer vicariously. Help kids who volunteer
You don't have to be the difference to make a difference! Help students meet their community service milestones.
Coach more than sports
There are many ways to consider coaching that don’t involve a field, rink, or court.
Draw volunteer inspiration from the next generation
Learn about amazing young volunteer leaders and get involved!
Get kids into the volunteer spirit
Here are a few creative ideas to get kids into the volunteer spirit.
Battle the bullies
Here are a few ways you can help make a difference in your community by helping to curb the bullying trend.
Can’t be a Foster Parent? Be a Foster Volunteer
You can make a difference in the life of a foster child without making the ultimate commitment of becoming a foster parent.
Go Back to School
Whether you’re a high-school student looking for a way to meet community service course requirements, a parent or grandparent with a little extra time, or just someone looking for a way to lend a helping hand, local schools are great places to start.
One for the Record Books
One of the great contributions you can make as a volunteer is helping individuals and organizations create an accurate record of history for generations to come.
Experiment with Volunteering in Science
Go Back to School, So to Speak .Become an Armchair Scientist. Befriend the Planet. Help Predict the Weather.
Inspire the Next Generation of Volunteer Leaders
You can give the next generation of volunteers a head start simply by giving them some examples to follow. And the more they see, the more likely they’ll want to do.
So Many Kids. So Many Ways to Help
You don't have to have children or grandchildren to help. You just need a little time and willingness to make a difference.
Teach Our Children Well
Children really are the future - and the present is the perfect time to introduce them to service.