Category Archives: South Bay

Citizen Schools

Teach what you know and love to low-income middle schoolers in the East Bay, South Bay, or on the Peninsula with Citizen Schools! Volunteers are needed to teach students topics from robotics to soccer to law in 10-week apprenticeships (90 …
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A New America

Develop your professional skills while making a direct impact in your community by helping immigrant and low income families become self-sufficient through asset building, entrepreneurship, and community-building. Get involved at any stage of the process from providing clients with a …
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Raising A Reader provides high-quality, age-appropriate books and shared reading techniques to low-income families to ensure that all children enter school with the tools they need to succeed. We have a number of ongoing volunteer opportunities including book sorting, bag …
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Planned Parenthood Mar Monte improves and transforms the lives of over 250,000 women, men and children every year in 29 counties throughout mid-California and 13 counties in Northern Nevada. We reach people through our medical services, education programs and advocacy …
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Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm

Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm, a nonprofit corporation, is made up of staff and volunteers from the Silicon Valley working toward building a better community and a better world. The goal of Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm is to educate the community on food …
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Books for the Barrios

BOOKS for the BARRIOS (BftB) is an all ¬≠volunteer non-profit orgaization 501(c)(3)) that began in 1981 and operates out of its headquarters in the San Francisco East Bay, in Concord, Northern California. BftB aims to improve the quality of education …
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Jumpstart

Jumpstart aims to close the gap in educational achievement between children from low-income communities and their wealthier peers, before that gap appears. In pursuit of this goal, Jumpstart recruits and trains college students, called Corps members, to help preschool-aged children …
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Stanford Historical Society

The Stanford Historical Society conducts oral history interviews with faculty, staff and other individuals regularly to document the history of Stanford University. As a volunteer-supported organization, we have the following volunteer opportunities: conducting interviews, copy editing, indexing, writing biographies or …
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Reader’s Gym

Readers Gym is a nonprofit organization originally founded by middle school and high school students who are committed to dedicate time and effort in helping others to maximize their learning abilities. The founders understand that not everyone are given the …
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America SCORES Bay Area

Founded in 2001, America SCORES Bay Area inspires urban youth to lead healthy lives, be engaged students, and have the confidence and character to make a difference in the world. America SCORES partners with urban schools to provide a high …
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