Use your personal skills to make a difference and keep a life-saving organization running smoothly. HopeLine is a nonprofit crisis intervention and suicide prevention hotline and textline, and we are looking for qualified members to help grow our organization by serving on the Board of Directors.
For a time investment of only an hour each week, you may be the difference between a young person in your community just making ends meet or getting a more fulfilling career and life.
Volunteer needed to pick up flowers from Whole Foods in Chapel Hill Wednesdays at 9:00 am and deliver them to classroom in Chapel Hill.
The Un-Conference and Cook Out is a community event designed to connect low-resource families with community partners that facilitate movement towards self sufficiency.
Boys & Girls Clubs are looking for mentors for our national teen recognition program where you will have the opportunity to serve as a role model for 7 months.
The YMCA of the Triangle's Annual Campaign is a community-wide effort to raise funds for children, teens, families and adults who need the Y.
Crayons2Calculators needs your help organizing our new warehouse location
Join us as we unveil the newly reinstalled African art gallery with a celebration of African art, nature, music, and culture! The Museum Park comes alive with music and dance performances, workshops, African cultural activities, and more!
*NEW DATE / VENUE: Due to Hurricane Irma, this event is now 9/19 inside the Raleigh Convention Center.* We need your leadership skills to help lead Service Project Stations at this year's 9/11 Commemoration and Service Event. We'll train you on leading your assigned project 1 hour before the event.
RESCHEDULED TO TUESDAY, September 19, 2017 at 6 PM at NEW VENUE, the Raleigh Convention Center (Exhibit Hall A). Join fellow citizens for Service Projects and a Commemoration as part of the 9/11 Day of Service.