Ongoing Opportunities

The following volunteer opportunities are ongoing, meaning you will work with the nonprofit to establish a regular schedule of participation.
We are actively recruiting individual volunteers for our weekday project crews, and to assist with other task supporting our work in the community. If you are interested in volunteering in an capacity, please contact us at : info@rebuildingtogethertriangle.org Thank you!
Live in the Triangle? Have an active local network or looking for opportunities to meet people? Get your friends or networks together to share an afternoon or evening of live music. Your plans can include a social component before or after the show.
The Americorp VISTA Fundraising and Communications Coordinator will be responsible for supporting Benevolence staff, board and volunteers to generate sufficient funds for the organization to flourish and continue carrying out our mission.
The Friends of Wake Guardian ad Litem is searching for a dynamic person interested in serving a voluntary two year term on our board that has experience in fund raising for non-profits. Experience with grant writing would be a benefit as well.
POD is seeking a new President for its Board of Directors. This is a volunteer position requiring strong leadership skills, some fundraising capabilities, and the drive to serve as a champion for the organization and the rights of adults with autism and intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD).
Hotline and textline responders with HopeLine are trained in active listening to provide the best caring, nonjudgmental support and resources possible to those in times of crisis.
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.
We are seeking individuals or groups to collect hygiene products by hosting a hygiene drive at work, school, church, with neighbors, or another group.
Help children and adults with disabilities learn to ride in our Therapeutic Riding classes, or accomplish physical therapy goals in our Hippotherapy classes. We serve approx 70 clients per week, and need volunteers with and without horse experience!
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.
The Assistant Group Leader will assist facilitate Building Bridges over Barriers G.O.A.T Mentoring Program at The School of Creative Studies in Durham on Fridays from 9am-10:30am.