Microvolunteering enables people to offer their time in small chunks. Volunteers can manage how often they take part in micro volunteering activities, and can fit them flexibly around other commitments.
A series of easy tasks that can be done anytime, anywhere – Whether you’ve got two minutes or two hours to give – It’s time to find out how you can make a difference.
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Loving Hands bring together like-minded crafters to knit, crochet and sew for charities and groups from all over the world. Through careful vetting Loving Hands makes sure that every charity, group or individual we recommend is taking the items directly to the areas of most need.
Be My Eyes is a free app that connects blind and low-vision people with sighted volunteers and company representatives for visual assistance through a live video call. Sighted volunteers lend their eyes to solve tasks big and small to help blind and low-vision people lead more independent lives.
Whether you want to campaign for change in your local community, learn about the latest research and best practice or connect with like-minded people to share ideas, we have plenty of ways you can get involved.
A Dementia Friend is somebody that learns about dementia so they can help their community by raising awareness and understanding, so that people living with dementia can continue to live in the way they want.
The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide. Online volunteering allows organisations and volunteers to team up to address sustainable development challenges – anywhere in the world, from any device.
The Zooniverse enables everyone to take part in real cutting edge research in many fields across the sciences, humanities, and more. The Zooniverse creates opportunities for you to unlock answers and contribute to real discoveries. Participate in research of all kinds.
Each year, disasters around the world kill nearly 100,000 and affect or displace 200 million people. Missing Maps is an open, collaborative project in which you can help to map areas where humanitarian organisations are trying to meet the needs of vulnerable people.