Pick from a list of volunteering opportunities including event promotion and event day assistance, writing letters to the editor, contacting legislators, hosting fundraising get-togethers, and more!
The Nature Connection is currently seeking new animals to “volunteer” with us at our therapeutic nature programs. If you live in Concord, MA or the surrounding towns (anywhere in Middlesex County would be considered) and have a small pet with therapeutic/educational potential, we would love to hear from you. Learn more at https://www.nature-connection.org/volunteering-your-animal/
CLF established the Senior Fellows Program to harness the capacity of mid-and late-career professionals who want to donate their time and expertise during a professional transition such as returning from a career break, switching from private sector to nonprofit work, or moving into retirement. The program offers flexible, part-time opportunities to gain valuable pro bono…
If you can spare 2 to 12 weeks, Lend a hand International has volunteer placements with locally-led, community-based initiatives in south central Uganda. The organizations we work with provide primary education, community empowerment, public health services, and modern agriculture techniques in their own communities. They support real people – improving their lives, on their terms.
EMAP exhibits at many events, farmers markets and special events. Quite often we are double booked and volunteer help is crucial to maintaining our high level of outreach and education on local food and sustainable farming. In short, we can’t do it without you!
Want to get volunteer at the largest agricultural event on the eastern seaboard and the sixth-largest fair in the nation? Mass Farmers Markets is looking for volunteers to assist us with running our booth this year.
Individuals with experience in data management, Square POS as well as individuals with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, Publisher, and PowerPoint and fundraising.