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Volunteer in United States in General related activities

Homeland Security Support & Public Safety and Disaster Response

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

AMNH

Accommodation Meals
83% 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.

MentorPrize recruits quality mentors for non-profit organizations in the Greater Washington area and advocates for more and better mentoring programs.

Street Child US

Accommodation
Street Child makes sure that the poorest children in the world can go to school and stay there. Since 2008, we have helped more than 45,000 children into school, including 17,000 Ebola orphans.

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.

The Fit and Food Connection is a non-profit organization whose passion is to empower individuals, mostly in northern St. Louis, with smiles and confidence through fitness and nutrition offerings and education.

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.

Soldiers' Angels supports deployed service members, our wounded heroes and the growing veteran population.

WE are a charity that helps children that are "at risk" , low income, disabilities, to provide free activities and meals. We then teach these kids how to give back to society and their communities in which they serve.