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.MoreLess
Deliver fresh, nutritious meals to severely ill people by joining Meals on Wheels as a volunteer. There are also opportunities to help with pet care and assist clients as a “tech buddy” to help them stay in touch with family.
Austin Voices for Education and Youth specializes in bettering public education and making sure that students get as many opportunities at school and in their communities as possible. This group receives help from community leaders and they can even get our help with a current volunteer opportunity of theirs: being a part of their weekly drive-thru food distribution. For more information on this food distribution, please visit their website.
Feed hungry kids by helping to prepare and distribute lunch to kids in the Austin area. Help delivering meals is needed year-round.
Help girls reach their full potential by teaching life skills and sharing your experience. There are virtual volunteering experiences available, including the opportunity to record video messages to boost confidence and self-esteem.
Are you passionate about helping to create a caring community to aid personal growth and mental health? The Human Potential Center has several (virtual) opportunities available to make a difference.
Advocate for fair housing practices by supporting the Austin Tenants’ Council. Visit the website or contact the organization to see the most current list of volunteering opportunities.
Save lives and do good by supporting We Are Blood, which protects the community blood supply in Austin. Currently, the organization is looking for drivers who can help pick up and deliver blood components.
Help provide easy-to-access technology and internet for all—regardless of skill or age. Everybody should be able to get access to and take part in the digital economy to have equal opportunity.