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Volunteer in North America for the Environment

100% response rate , 58 hour(s) response time.
We are a nonprofit that uses volunteer tourism to restore cultural heritage sites alongside communities around the world, advancing sustainable development, cross-cultural understanding and celebration of their cultures and histories.

100% response rate , 2 hour(s) response time.
Ganga Library, Online, provides you the Thought Processes and Ideas of Alfred Nobel, Nobel Prize Winners and National Medal of Science and Technology Innovation Winners, to solve your scientific, social and planetary problems.

Homeland Security Support & Public Safety and Disaster Response

THE INTERNATIONAL YOUTH MEDIA SUMMIT BUILDS BRIDGES ACROSS CULTURES ONE FILM AT A TIME, ONE YOUTH AT A TIME.

Using music as the vehicle for environmental change: local genres, local languages, local issues, starting in Southern Africa!

FSD strives to make lasting, sustainable change that is deeply rooted in the community and driven by the community members themselves.

AMNH

Accommodation Meals
77% response rate , 51 hour(s) response time.
The Southwestern Research Station (SWRS) is a non-profit biological field station owned by the American Museum of Natural History, NY and has been operational since 1955. We house/feed/provide lab facilities for researchers from around the world who come to study the amazing biodiversity found here.

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of over 200,000 volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. Volunteers include medical and public health professionals, as well as other community members without healthcare backgrounds.

The Tandana Foundation

Spring Valley, United States, North America.
Accommodation Meals
The Tandana Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization that connects indigenous Ecuadorian and Malian people to volunteers from the U.S. in order to create win-win situations where everyone walks away with a better understanding of one's self, all people, and the Earth.

Currently Not Seeking Volunteers
organized to motivate all generations and create a movement of young leaders, to provide for the less fortunate and support areas in need.

Latest Reviews


A meaningful way to give and to receive reviewed by Jamie Bryant
"To have the guidance of the knowledgable RWI staff for everything from flight plans to day trips outside the main work trip itself was a relief. I don't think I would have been brave enough to take a trip like this on my own. But beyond that, the trip I took to RWI's most recent project (Udaipur, India) was meaningful in a way that goes beyond the standard "one-off" trips of many other organizations that sometimes cater to the visitor's experience over the long term sustainability of the project to the local community.

It was very clear to me while in India that RWI concretely acts out its values and fulfills its mission. RWI expertly manages and brings together teams of people from around the world to work alongside the local community to preserve and renew historic sites (in my case, a haveli in the historic part of Udaipur). On a daily basis, I saw RWI's tireless efforts to empower local women to help them provide for the long term financial security of their families. I worked alongside those women, got to know them and a little bit about their families, and they taught me so much too! RWI is interested in creating an awesome experience for its volunteers while 100% committed to ensuring the longevity and success of its projects far beyond any single trip.

My own contribution during the two weeks on the project was small, but I will forever be grateful for the honor of working alongside an organization and group of people (local and volunteer) that truly practice what they preach.



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34 days ago

Informative, inspiring, and motivating; A place for my art to call home reviewed by Kelsey Wheeler
"Volunteering as a visual artist for Ganga Library has been fulfilling, and given meaning for my art. I've created pieces that I would have never made without it.

I believe that the organization is an important resource to others, as I've found inspiration in the Nobel Laureates' biographies for myself.

Whenever I get the chance, I love to talk about the site and the work I do! It's been the perfect volunteer match for me, between my love for the sciences and art. Dr. Nagaveni has been incredibly supportive, especially when I can't do work because I'm busy with classes or being sick. It's very motivating, and I aim to always do better because of the mutual compassion. Even without face-to-face interactions, I feel like I'm doing something worthwhile, like I'm helping in some way; that's why I continue to volunteer for her and her organization."
34 days ago