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The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
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Whether you want to clean up our beaches or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in New York City. Make the most of your time with this curated collection of local volunteer events making the biggest impact on our community this Thanksgiving season.
The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back

St. Anthony's / Serve Meals at St. Anthony's / San Francisco, CA

  • When it comes to tutoring with The Parris Foundation, you don't need to be a math genius — or have previous education skills — to help NYC students fall in love with science and engineering. Learn about the S.T.E.M.ulating Minds Tutoring Program at this introductory meeting.

  • Love animals? Love directly improving people's lives? After attending this orientation, you'll make house calls to walk pups, clean litter boxes, and help with other daily tasks that this organization's vulnerable clients can't do on their own.

  • BK ROT is the city's first bike-powered, community-supported composting service, and they need your help to turn biodegradable trash into nutrient-rich treasure. Dress for the outdoors and get ready to work with some dirt.

  • Help deliver a little light to Bronx families in need. Donate a new toy, then stay for a free Thanksgiving turkey raffle, local shopping booths, kids' entertainment, and more.

  • Thanksgiving volunteer spots fill up quickly in the city, so sign on ASAP. Be sure to wear something warm to help Kings Theatre feed hungry Brooklynites under their outdoor courtyard tent.

  • It only takes 30 minutes to feed 40 people with local nonprofit, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine. At this one-hour volunteer event, you'll package leftover restaurant food and bring it to a local homeless shelter for that evening's dinner.

  • This community garden needs regular maintenance and care to achieve its goal of educating young New Yorkers about farming. Help repair garden beds, spread mulch, and pull weeds — all while learning about urban gardening.

  • Bring your mountain bike to Wolfe's Pond Park in Staten Island, where you can help the NYC Mountain Bike Association conduct their monthly trail inspection and regular maintenance paths. Arrive early for a group bike ride.

  • In 2012, The New York Irish Center filled shoeboxes with gifts for families displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Seven years later, help them continue the tradition by making shoebox gifts for children in need on the Rockaways.

  • Head to the non-sectarian Ascension School Homeless Shelter to set up beds, cook dishes, serve meals, and meet the people you're helping in person.

  • Sip wine and enjoy holiday treats while you craft a personalized gift for a survivor of domestic violence. Enjoy this holiday party by The Shine Foundation, an organization helping domestic violence survivors get back on their feet.

  • Safe Families for Children provides momentous support for parents in crisis by offering them coaching, therapy, and even safe spaces for their children. Learn more about the various roles you could provide, from resource donation to becoming a host family, at this info session.

  • This winter, beat your seasonal depression by getting your hands dirty. Repair garden beds, plant fruits and veggies, and pull weeds to help beautify this community garden before the snow melts.

  • Join the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce in welcoming guests and distributing meals to hungry New Yorkers on the Saturday before Christmas.

  • When it comes to tutoring with The Parris Foundation, you don't need to be a math genius — or have previous education skills — to help NYC students fall in love with science and engineering. Learn about the S.T.E.M.ulating Minds Tutoring Program at this introductory meeting.

  • Love animals? Love directly improving people's lives? After attending this orientation, you'll make house calls to walk pups, clean litter boxes, and help with other daily tasks that this organization's vulnerable clients can't do on their own.

  • BK ROT is the city's first bike-powered, community-supported composting service, and they need your help to turn biodegradable trash into nutrient-rich treasure. Dress for the outdoors and get ready to work with some dirt.

  • Help deliver a little light to Bronx families in need. Donate a new toy, then stay for a free Thanksgiving turkey raffle, local shopping booths, kids' entertainment, and more.

  • Thanksgiving volunteer spots fill up quickly in the city, so sign on ASAP. Be sure to wear something warm to help Kings Theatre feed hungry Brooklynites under their outdoor courtyard tent.

  • It only takes 30 minutes to feed 40 people with local nonprofit, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine. At this one-hour volunteer event, you'll package leftover restaurant food and bring it to a local homeless shelter for that evening's dinner.

  • This community garden needs regular maintenance and care to achieve its goal of educating young New Yorkers about farming. Help repair garden beds, spread mulch, and pull weeds — all while learning about urban gardening.

  • Bring your mountain bike to Wolfe's Pond Park in Staten Island, where you can help the NYC Mountain Bike Association conduct their monthly trail inspection and regular maintenance paths. Arrive early for a group bike ride.

  • In 2012, The New York Irish Center filled shoeboxes with gifts for families displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Seven years later, help them continue the tradition by making shoebox gifts for children in need on the Rockaways.

  • Head to the non-sectarian Ascension School Homeless Shelter to set up beds, cook dishes, serve meals, and meet the people you're helping in person.

  • Sip wine and enjoy holiday treats while you craft a personalized gift for a survivor of domestic violence. Enjoy this holiday party by The Shine Foundation, an organization helping domestic violence survivors get back on their feet.

  • Safe Families for Children provides momentous support for parents in crisis by offering them coaching, therapy, and even safe spaces for their children. Learn more about the various roles you could provide, from resource donation to becoming a host family, at this info session.

  • This winter, beat your seasonal depression by getting your hands dirty. Repair garden beds, plant fruits and veggies, and pull weeds to help beautify this community garden before the snow melts.

  • Join the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce in welcoming guests and distributing meals to hungry New Yorkers on the Saturday before Christmas.

The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back

St. Anthony's / Serve Meals at St. Anthony's / San Francisco, CA

The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
Collection by Eventbrite
Whether you want to clean up our beaches or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in New York City. Make the most of your time with this curated collection of local volunteer events making the biggest impact on our community this Thanksgiving season.
Whether you want to clean up our beaches or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in New York City. Make the most of your time with this curated collection of local volunteer events making the biggest impact on our community this Thanksgiving season.
  • When it comes to tutoring with The Parris Foundation, you don't need to be a math genius — or have previous education skills — to help NYC students fall in love with science and engineering. Learn about the S.T.E.M.ulating Minds Tutoring Program at this introductory meeting.

  • Love animals? Love directly improving people's lives? After attending this orientation, you'll make house calls to walk pups, clean litter boxes, and help with other daily tasks that this organization's vulnerable clients can't do on their own.

  • BK ROT is the city's first bike-powered, community-supported composting service, and they need your help to turn biodegradable trash into nutrient-rich treasure. Dress for the outdoors and get ready to work with some dirt.

  • Help deliver a little light to Bronx families in need. Donate a new toy, then stay for a free Thanksgiving turkey raffle, local shopping booths, kids' entertainment, and more.

  • Thanksgiving volunteer spots fill up quickly in the city, so sign on ASAP. Be sure to wear something warm to help Kings Theatre feed hungry Brooklynites under their outdoor courtyard tent.

  • It only takes 30 minutes to feed 40 people with local nonprofit, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine. At this one-hour volunteer event, you'll package leftover restaurant food and bring it to a local homeless shelter for that evening's dinner.

  • This community garden needs regular maintenance and care to achieve its goal of educating young New Yorkers about farming. Help repair garden beds, spread mulch, and pull weeds — all while learning about urban gardening.

  • Bring your mountain bike to Wolfe's Pond Park in Staten Island, where you can help the NYC Mountain Bike Association conduct their monthly trail inspection and regular maintenance paths. Arrive early for a group bike ride.

  • In 2012, The New York Irish Center filled shoeboxes with gifts for families displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Seven years later, help them continue the tradition by making shoebox gifts for children in need on the Rockaways.

  • Head to the non-sectarian Ascension School Homeless Shelter to set up beds, cook dishes, serve meals, and meet the people you're helping in person.

  • Sip wine and enjoy holiday treats while you craft a personalized gift for a survivor of domestic violence. Enjoy this holiday party by The Shine Foundation, an organization helping domestic violence survivors get back on their feet.

  • Safe Families for Children provides momentous support for parents in crisis by offering them coaching, therapy, and even safe spaces for their children. Learn more about the various roles you could provide, from resource donation to becoming a host family, at this info session.

  • This winter, beat your seasonal depression by getting your hands dirty. Repair garden beds, plant fruits and veggies, and pull weeds to help beautify this community garden before the snow melts.

  • Join the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce in welcoming guests and distributing meals to hungry New Yorkers on the Saturday before Christmas.

  • When it comes to tutoring with The Parris Foundation, you don't need to be a math genius — or have previous education skills — to help NYC students fall in love with science and engineering. Learn about the S.T.E.M.ulating Minds Tutoring Program at this introductory meeting.

  • Love animals? Love directly improving people's lives? After attending this orientation, you'll make house calls to walk pups, clean litter boxes, and help with other daily tasks that this organization's vulnerable clients can't do on their own.

  • BK ROT is the city's first bike-powered, community-supported composting service, and they need your help to turn biodegradable trash into nutrient-rich treasure. Dress for the outdoors and get ready to work with some dirt.

  • Help deliver a little light to Bronx families in need. Donate a new toy, then stay for a free Thanksgiving turkey raffle, local shopping booths, kids' entertainment, and more.

  • Thanksgiving volunteer spots fill up quickly in the city, so sign on ASAP. Be sure to wear something warm to help Kings Theatre feed hungry Brooklynites under their outdoor courtyard tent.

  • It only takes 30 minutes to feed 40 people with local nonprofit, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine. At this one-hour volunteer event, you'll package leftover restaurant food and bring it to a local homeless shelter for that evening's dinner.

  • This community garden needs regular maintenance and care to achieve its goal of educating young New Yorkers about farming. Help repair garden beds, spread mulch, and pull weeds — all while learning about urban gardening.

  • Bring your mountain bike to Wolfe's Pond Park in Staten Island, where you can help the NYC Mountain Bike Association conduct their monthly trail inspection and regular maintenance paths. Arrive early for a group bike ride.

  • In 2012, The New York Irish Center filled shoeboxes with gifts for families displaced by Hurricane Sandy. Seven years later, help them continue the tradition by making shoebox gifts for children in need on the Rockaways.

  • Head to the non-sectarian Ascension School Homeless Shelter to set up beds, cook dishes, serve meals, and meet the people you're helping in person.

  • Sip wine and enjoy holiday treats while you craft a personalized gift for a survivor of domestic violence. Enjoy this holiday party by The Shine Foundation, an organization helping domestic violence survivors get back on their feet.

  • Safe Families for Children provides momentous support for parents in crisis by offering them coaching, therapy, and even safe spaces for their children. Learn more about the various roles you could provide, from resource donation to becoming a host family, at this info session.

  • This winter, beat your seasonal depression by getting your hands dirty. Repair garden beds, plant fruits and veggies, and pull weeds to help beautify this community garden before the snow melts.

  • Join the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce in welcoming guests and distributing meals to hungry New Yorkers on the Saturday before Christmas.