Various volunteer opportunities in SF sponsored by the Dept of Public Works. Gleaning, graffiti removal,internships, adopt-a-street, cleanup
The Department of Public Works is working with San Francisco residents and businesses to help collect and distribute food grown from trees and Community Gardens for distribution to shelters, food banks and other communities of need.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County is a unique organization consisting of 3 Club facilities and 2 school site programs. Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, …
Breathe California has many services to promote lung health and clean air. Our current focus is on Asthma, Air Quality, Tobacco Prevention and Control and Lung Health Research
Rebuilding Together East Bay-North (RTEBN) is a non-profit that provides free critical home repairs to low-income seniors and people with disabilities. RTEBN is a volunteer based organization that is constantly looking to expand it’s volunteer base. We look for volunteers …
Want to do fun science experiments with elementary school kids? The time commitment is only two hours a month during the week. Science is Elementary (SIE) needs volunteers that love to show off science.
Provide concert evening support, including pre- and post-concert receptions; help at outdoor community events, social fundraisers, and at the Music in the Schools program; assist with office projects such as mailing and other administrative tasks
18 Reasons is a non-profit based in SF’s Mission District. It is the only organization in the Bay Area running Cooking Matters, a Share Our Strength nationwide program. Through Cooking Matters 18 Reasons brings free 6 week nutrition and cooking …
SCRAP is a creative reuse center in San Francisco. Essentially, the way SCRAP works is businesses and individuals donate unwanted art parts and materials (things like upholstery sample books, misprinted stickers, or an old yarn collection), then we sort them, …
According to a 2013 study by Code.org, 90% of US high schools do not teach computer science. TEALS helps high schools offer computer science by providing a team of trained volunteers to partner with a classroom teacher and teach a …