Volunteer To Serve's long-term collaboration with each community enables us to meet their needs in a sustainable and continuous manner. There are no set start dates and programs run continuously throughout the year.

Volunteer To Serve programs are designed to engage skilled volunteers, the corporate sector and academic institutions in raising public awareness and engagement on important issues in communities. We also curate and distribute news reports to help stimulate awareness and action, especially on issues that may not be covered extensively by mainstream media but are, nevertheless, extremely important to publicize.

We welcome both established groups and those wishing to participate individually.

We are a 501(c)(3) non profit. All donations are tax deductible.

Become a Mentor

Now is the time to get involved and change the life of a young person who needs your support!

Teacher and school kid using digital table in library at school

Serving Rural America’s Kids and Families

A national effort to enlist volunteers to help build thriving rural communities.

Three teenage girls harvesting plants in the garden. Shot at Chicken'lypse.

Cancer Service Opportunity

Here's the ultimate goal: To make a decade worth of advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, in five years.

Beautiful senior woman and young woman flex their muscles confidently after finishing breast cancer charity 5k walk/run. The women are wearing pink tank tops. It is a pretty sunny day.

Serving Veterans and Military Families

Positively impacting the lives of the military community through volunteering and national service.


9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance

An annual and forward-looking tribute to the 9/11 victims, survivors, and those who rose up in service.


Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

How you can get involved and make the King Day of Service, "A Day On, Not a Day Off!"

Philadelphia, PA, USA - January 18, 2016; Girard College President Clarence D. Armbriste speaks at the openings ceremony of the 21st Annual Martin Luther King Day of Service, in Philadelphia, PA.

Supporting Orlando

We can always do more to help our neighbors or those in need in a different state.

New York, USA - June 28, 2015: Participants at the Gay Pride Parade in Greenwich Village. Two days after the Supreme Court ruling that the right to same-sex marriage is guaranteed by the Constitution, the New York City Pride Parade which passes by the site where a police raid in 1969 launched the modern Gay Rights Movement carried with it a sense of triumph.

Volunteering and Civic Life in America

Volunteering is a part of the fabric of our nation and momentum is growing.

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Cesar Chavez Day

In honor of his legacy, we encourage everyone to join in service activities on this day.


Volunteer and Help End Hunger

Energize the fight to end hunger. The fight against hunger lie within the individual communities where hunger is most prevalent.

Soup kitchen

American Graduate Day

A long term commitment to helping communities tackle the nation’s dropout crisis and preparing students for success with a high school diploma.

Teenage African American male wearing a plaid button-up shirt sitting at a desk in class. He is writing in a notebook on his desk using a pencil. Around him are his classmates, also writing on their papers. They are all concentrating on their own work.

Aid Refugees

Assistance is so important to refugees as they work to rebuild their lives in America.

Idomeni, Greece - March 1, 2016: Refugee kids playing at train tracks in Idomeni refugee camp. Borders with Former Yugoslavic Republic of Macedonia. 12000 immigrants are in a wait at the border between Greece and FYROM waiting for the right time to continue their journey from unguarded passages. The borders have been closed and guarded against immigrants passing.

Volunteer and Support the New Americans Project

Helping newcomers adjust to life in the United States and opportunities for newcomers to get involved.

Milton, Canada - July 1, 2011: New Canadian Citizens are sworn in during a Canada Day new citizenship ceremony at Milton, Ontario fairgrounds the morning of July 1st, 2011. July 1st--or "Canada Day"--is the national day of Canada. The ceremony included new citizens who had immigrated from a variety of regions and countries including; Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nigeria, Australia, Great Britain, South Africa, Iraq, and China.

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work

Help us inspire millions of young people to dream big about their career opportunities. Together, we can help more kids participate!

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