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Volunteer in North America with Children and Local Communities

94% 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.

97% response rate
Improving access to economic opportunities through social inclusion and good governance for vulnerable communities in Latin America and the Caribbean.

73% response rate
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.

100% response rate
Paramedics for Children International (PFCI) provides medical care, education programs, and disaster relief to children, families, and communities in Central America and beyond. We serve without regard to religious beliefs, gender, race, or ethnic background.

100% response rate , 74 hour(s) response time.
Adanu ignites the passion of Ghanaian communities to bring about a future filled with opportunity and hope.

BYP is for the LGBTQA+ community for communication and help to those individuals.

100% response rate
The African Development Imperative empowers young people of African descent through entrepreneurship, conflict mitigation strategies and intentional activism

92% response rate
United Saints Recovery Project is a grassroots, volunteer-based nonprofit organization working to help restore the homes and hearts of communities affected by natural disasters.

82% response rate
FNEI brings together the longstanding work of Michael Cipoletti and SF60K in Nicaragua with the work of other executive board members to enact education and sustainable development projects in Nicaragua and Peru.

The Institute for Justice Education Reform

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