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Virtual Volunteering Resources

Look for Virtual Volunteer opportunities posted on the following sites:

Hearts to Serve: A partnership between the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the St. Vincent de Paul Society, and the Knights of Columbus is playing a vital role in helping the most vulnerable members in LA. Tasks include running the hotline, stocking parish food pantries, delivering to the homebound, and calling to stay updated about which (and when and where) community resources are open. To find out how you can help, call the Hearts to Serve hotline at 855-423-6780 or visit https://lacatholics.org/hearts-serve/

TeensVolunteer.org: A free service created to help teens find the latest volunteer opportunities in California.  There are opportunities in many local cities including LaVerne, Glendora, Pomona, Covina, Upland, Ontario, Chino, Chino Hills, Rancho Cucamonga, Montclair and many more. http://TeensVolunteer.org

California Volunteers: This is a state office tasked with engaging Californians in service, volunteering and civic action to tackle the State’s most pressing challenges. California Volunteers administers over 80 programs providing critical services to more than 160,000 Californians annually. https://californiavolunteers.ca.gov/get-involved/covid-19/

VolunteerMatch: Lists ways to support a broad range of causes, including education, the environment, homelessness and many more. volunteermatch.org

United Nations Volunteers (UNV): Connects volunteers to opportunities to address sustainable development challenges around the world. unv.org

All for Good: Includes detailed descriptions of volunteer positions as well as estimated time commitments. allforgood.org

Idealist.org:  Use the "Take Action” or “Find and Action” link to look for volunteer opportunities Idealist.org

Catchafire.org: Great resource for posting and sharing skills and volunteering: Catchafire.org

AmeriCorps & Senior Corps: National and Community Service Database: Serve.gov