Do Something For NYC
New York Cares (NY Cares) focuses on facilitating volunteers for other nonprofit organizations across the city. NY Cares provides year-round opportunities in areas such as educating children and adults, serving those impacted by hunger and homelessness, and caring for parks and community gardens.
On the NYC Service website, New Yorkers can search meaningful volunteer opportunities and sign up to volunteer with local nonprofits or City agencies. Create an online volunteer account to manage your volunteer schedule and track your volunteer hours! Begin browsing volunteer opportunities by impact area, location, or po...
9/11 Day organizes large-scale volunteer projects on 9/11, with thousands of volunteers packing millions of meals for people in need. These projects happen annually in NYC and many other cities across the nation.
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross provides vital services after disasters; supplies about 40% of the nation's blood; teaches lifesaving skills; distributes international humanitarian aid; and supports veterans, military members and their families. The Red Cross depends on generous volunteers and donors to deliver its mission.
Back on My Feet
Back on My Feet uses the power of fitness and community to motivate and support individuals every step of the way from homelessness to independence. Volunteers provide encouragement, career mentoring, professional development, and skill building workshops, in addition to referrals to education and employment opportunities.
Bike New York
Bike New York empowers New Yorkers to transform their lives and communities through bicycling. Its vision is to increase ridership, to empower youth to lead healthy, productive lives, to remove barriers to cycling, and to advocate for and expand services to reach more New Yorkers.