Volunteering

Volunteering transforms your passion into action and gives you the satisfaction of making a real difference.

AIM Abroad is a Community Interest Volunteer Company Registered in US and India, affiliated with Global Orphanage Trust in india.

AIM Abroad works to provide volunteering opportunities in India for people who want to offer their services and travel with a grassroots organization. We realize that your skills and interest in helping the needy are valuable assets, which will support these struggling communities in India.

One of the largest and most well-established volunteer communities, Peace Corps provides its volunteers with international opportunities in areas such as education, youth outreach and community development, the environment and information technology.

Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit and faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.

Enter a location and a keyword, and VolunteerMatch will connect you to nonprofits that best suit your interest from its database of more than 70,000 organizations.

Volunteer.gov/gov is an online resource that allows you to search for volunteer opportunities by using keywords, locations, types of opportunities and specific agencies.

Senior Corps connects seniors with people and organizations that need them most. It provides guidance and training on becoming a mentor. Choose from various organizations and programs that suit your talents, interests and availability.

Civic Ventures is leading the call to engage millions of baby boomers as a vital workforce for change. Through an inventive program portfolio, original research, strategic alliances, and the power of people´s own life stories, Civic Ventures demonstrates the value of experience in solving serious social problems – from education to the environment and health care to homelessness. Founded in 1998 by social entrepreneur and author Marc Freedman, Civic Ventures works to define the second half of adult life as a time of individual and social renewal.

A 160-year old institution, Community Service Society New York (CSS) offers baby boomers a chance to work with over 500 non-profit organizations throughout New York City in order to facilitate the economic mobility of low-income New Yorkers.

Managed by the Corporation for National and Community ServiceServe.gov is your online resource for not only finding volunteer opportunities in your community, but also creating your own. You can register your project and recruit volunteers from this website. 

For those interested in running your own RSVP projects, National Association of RSVP Directors serves as your link to the Corporation for National Service, Congress and potential funders.

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