Be a force for kindness and healing for our communities, and give in ways that matter. Check out these great places to volunteer. Virtual opportunities are available as well to provide support from home. Check the link for each listing for details.Less
Literacy Action builds better futures for its students, by teaching undereducated adults literacy, life and work skills that empower them to reach their potential as self-sufficient individuals, parents, employees and citizens. Find opportunities to volunteer with LAI today!
The Arthritis Foundation is boldly pursuing a cure for America's #1 cause of disability while championing the fight against arthritis with life-changing resources, science, advocacy and community connections. Lend your skills to one of their business development volunteer opportunities.
Trees Atlanta is a nationally recognized non-profit citizens' group that protects and improves Atlanta’s urban forest. Volunteers help through planting, conservation, and education.
Give kids the experience of a lifetime by providing support to Wilderness Works. Wilderness Works organizes camps and field trips to give homeless and kids in underserved communities an adventure they will never forget.
AID Atlanta is the oldest and largest AIDS service organization in the southeast. Their mission is to empower HIV positive Georgians to live independent, productive lives, and to deliver world class educational programs that help stop the spread of HIV by reducing at-risk behaviors in targeted populations. Support their information hotline as a volunteer!
Volunteer to support the health of others. The Empowerment Resource Center provides testing services and education to under-resourced communities across Atlanta. Be of service as an office volunteer, assistant, or intake specialist at ERC's headquarters or mobile units.
Roll up your sleeves to support our senior neighbors. One of the first nursing organizations to be licensed in Georgia, A.G. Rhodes has been providing nursing home services and long-term care support for seniors in three locations in the Atlanta area.
The American Red Cross is there where they are needed most. The organization prevents and alleviates human suffering when emergencies strike. Donate blood, be trained as a disaster-preparedness volunteer, help families recover from home fires, or support our armed forces. There are many ways to provide support to the mission of the American Red Cross.
Help change lives by supporting people who are impacted by breast cancer and at a high risk to suffer from the disease. There are several volunteer positions available, including seasonal internships.
Connect seniors to services that will help them continue to live fulfilling lives. Visit our website to find ongoing volunteer opportunities.