There are a number of organizations offering virtual volunteering opportunities. To name a few: Catchafire, VolunteerMatch, All for Good, UN Volunteers, and Taproot provide you with a number of volunteer options based on your skill set, interests, or location. These are some of the largest volunteer databases online so you'll be sure to find something and find the way you can give back!
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Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for you Gilbert. The right match can help you to find friends, connect with the community, learn new skills, or be lead to your career. You’re donating your valuable time, so it’s important that you enjoy and benefit from your volunteering. To make sure that your volunteer position is a good fit for you.
Here are some tips to get you stated:
√ Volunteer at your school as a tutor.
√ Visit a Senior Center.
√ Volunteer making or delivery food
√ Coach a local youth team.
√ Volunteer at your church.
√ Serve on a Community Board.
√ Become a Docent.
√ Volunteer at a Hospital.
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If you would like to try a potential new hobby and make paracord bracelets or write letters to veterans, you can do so here: https://www.operationgratitude.com
If you would like to volunteer as a digital Red Cross member and look for at-risk people using social media in shifts of ~4 hours, you can do so here: https://redcrosschat.org/digitalvolunteer/
There is also a comprehensive list of volunteering ideas here: https://www.pointsoflight.org/blog/at-home-service-project-ideas-for-kids-and-teens/
Thank you for your question. May I suggest researching Volunteer Match Virtual Opportunities. Here's the link to the site. https://www.volunteermatch.org/virtual-volunteering
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I hope you find this helpful & good luck as you look for an opportunity that fits you Gilbert!
It’s so great to see you have interest in volunteering online to help others. In addition to great organizations, like CareerVillage, here are a few other virtual or remote volunteer opportunities to consider.
You can volunteer to help with cutting edge research and projects in fields across the sciences, humanities and many more. Zooniverse creates opportunities for you to help contribute to real projects and discoveries.
Kids Food Basket http://kidsfoodbasket.org
Decorate paper lunch sacks for Kids Food Basket, from home. You can order your own brown or white paper lunch sacks and decorating them with pictures and words of encouragement for children facing hunger issues in Western MI.
Visit this link https://www.operationgratitude.com/virtual-volunteerism/ and learn more about writing cards of gratitude or making items, like paracord bracelets from home, and mail your completed items to Operation Gratitude.
St Jude Kids
Send a virtual card to encourage pediatric patients undergoing cancer and other life threatening diseases. Visit this link to send a card online https://www.stjude.org/get-involved/other-ways/online-card-message-patients.html
Cards and blankets for cancer patients http://philsfriends.org
Visit the link below, for the card making guide and templates you can print and color from home. Once completed, you can mail back to Phil’s Friends, Phil’s Friends | 1350 Lake Street Suite I | Roselle, IL 60172 (or drop them off if you live near Roselle, IL or Crown Point, IN). You can also purchase your own no sew fleece blankets to make and donate those completed tied blankets to Phil’s Friends as well. Blankets and cards are sent to individuals facing cancer, across the U.S. Learn more at https://philsfriends.org/cards-of-hope/
Best wishes to you in all of your volunteering, career and educational goals.
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