Among large cities, the Twin Cities are #1 in volunteering but Minnesota is at #2. Details for States here, for Cities here.
Keep up the good work.
The Community Calendar. The iHeart Community Calendar has upcoming events that need your support. In some cases, you can have fun and help a good cause. These organizations can also use volunteers, contact them to see what you can do to help.
Volunteer Match. To find volunteer opportunities, go to VolunteerMatch.org and enter your location and zip code.
Goodwill/Easter Seals needs male volunteers in the Twin Cities to become mentors. This is your chance to help someone succeed. You'll work with people from diverse backgrounds, provide a listening ear and offer constructive feedback and support. You only need to commit four hours a month. For more information, visit GoodWillEasterSeals.org or call Marlana at 651-379-5867.
Greater Twin Cities United Way addresses our community's most critical issues in three key areas: Basic Needs, Education and Health. United Way attacks poverty on multiple, interconnected fronts to create solutions and to LIVE UNITED. They encourage you to Give. Advocate. Volunteer. Visit UnitedWayTwinCities.org for more information.
No matter your age or ability, you can volunteer on your own or with a group with Twin Cities Caring Connection. To learn more, visit UnitedWayTwinCities.org/Caring Connection, send an email or call 612-340-7440.
RSVP of the Greater Twin Cities: Find a great place to volunteer! RSVP connects people 55+ with volunteer opportunities. They will personally match your location, interests and skills with organizations impacting hunger, literacy and education, independence for older adults, employment, housing and veterans. For east metro, contact Jyni at 712-704-6116 or email@example.com. For west metro contact Mary at 612-704-6114. Learn more at RSVPmn.org.