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The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
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Whether you want to clean up our beaches or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in Los Angeles. Make the most of your time with this curated collection of local volunteer events making the biggest impact on our community this Thanksgiving season.
The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back

St. Anthony's / Serve Meals at St. Anthony's / San Francisco, CA

  • "As winter descends upon L.A., tens of thousands of our homeless neighbors will be without the items they need to get through the season. Prepare a few supplies for fellow Los Angelenos this December.

  • Hunger touches every part of L.A. County. Meals on Wheels West provides meals to homebound seniors, veterans, recovering hospital and rehabilitation patients, and formerly homeless people in West L.A.

  • Want to be part of a humble plan to restore an idyllic canyon near Los Angeles? Earthroots is planning to do just that, and they're enlisting volunteers who enjoy the great outdoors to help them out.

  • Let's create a sustainable environment for wildlife along the L.A River. Plant native flora and pick up trash with the Audubon Center at Debs Park to ensure that we preserve this greenery for generations to come.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.

  • United by Blue is headed to the Bolsa Chica Wetlands for their 2019 Waterway Cleanup Tour, and they want you to join the cause. Help beautify our waterways and make some friends along the way.

  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for its new food pantry in San Bernardino.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition as we engage with our neighbors to provide basic necessities and resources.

  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.

  • Clean up may not be the sexiest part of any parade, but it's just as vital. Clean-up shifts are still available for the City of Hope's decorating event for their 2020 Rose Float parade in Irwindale.

  • Families without nutritious food suffer in numerous ways. Prepare bags of food and spearhead children's craft activities as part of The Raise Foundation's efforts at the Costa Mesa Family Resource Center.

  • One of the simplest ways to help another person is by offering a sympathetic ear. Sidewalk Talk fosters meaningful human connections through listening events organized in public spaces. Sign up today.

  • Looking to make a meaningful difference in the Long Beach community? You'll want to attend this information session about volunteering opportunities at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach.

  • Spread the Christmas cheer at St. Margaret's Center in Inglewood. Volunteers are needed for their holiday program that will serve 500 low-income families in the LAX-area community.

  • Is your green thumb itching for a new project? Take a trip to the scenic Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and nurse native plants to life.

  • If political engagement and environmental advocacy are your things, look no further. The Citizens' Climate Lobby offers volunteers opportunities to connect with their legislators on climate concerns.

  • "Join a few good souls to share some soles. The Giving Youth Opportunities organization is canvassing Inglewood to gather gently worn shoes for families in developing countries. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided for volunteers.

  • Does spending a Saturday reading with kids sound like your ideal way of unwinding on the weekend? Join Ready to Learn and help improve children's vocabulary and their self-confidence. Art projects included!

  • It's Once Upon Christmas in the city of Pomona, and Santa needs a few little elves to get the annual parade up and running. All volunteers receive food vouchers and a free shirt.

  • The L.A. Conservation Corps needs your help to maintain this beautiful park in Compton. Volunteer for planting, weeding, and conducting equipment repair alongside the young people of the Corps.

  • Want to paint a mural and put your handyman skills to the test for a good cause? Join Richer Poorer as they help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles beautify their space.

  • Get into the holiday spirit with a volunteer shift. It's the annual "Impact Day" in South L.A., and they need your help. If you are unable to donate your time, consider dropping off toys, non-perishable food, and clothing.

  • Older adults and families require community support, too, but they don't always get the help they need. Join the Council on Aging to see how you can support aging communities in Southern California.

  • Bring your pup along as you join other volunteers at Rosie's Dog Beach for a quick beach cleanup. A great way to motivate yourself to take care of Mother Earth — and walk the dog.

  • "As winter descends upon L.A., tens of thousands of our homeless neighbors will be without the items they need to get through the season. Prepare a few supplies for fellow Los Angelenos this December.

  • Hunger touches every part of L.A. County. Meals on Wheels West provides meals to homebound seniors, veterans, recovering hospital and rehabilitation patients, and formerly homeless people in West L.A.

  • Want to be part of a humble plan to restore an idyllic canyon near Los Angeles? Earthroots is planning to do just that, and they're enlisting volunteers who enjoy the great outdoors to help them out.

  • Let's create a sustainable environment for wildlife along the L.A River. Plant native flora and pick up trash with the Audubon Center at Debs Park to ensure that we preserve this greenery for generations to come.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.

  • United by Blue is headed to the Bolsa Chica Wetlands for their 2019 Waterway Cleanup Tour, and they want you to join the cause. Help beautify our waterways and make some friends along the way.

  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for its new food pantry in San Bernardino.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition as we engage with our neighbors to provide basic necessities and resources.

  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.

  • Clean up may not be the sexiest part of any parade, but it's just as vital. Clean-up shifts are still available for the City of Hope's decorating event for their 2020 Rose Float parade in Irwindale.

  • Families without nutritious food suffer in numerous ways. Prepare bags of food and spearhead children's craft activities as part of The Raise Foundation's efforts at the Costa Mesa Family Resource Center.

  • One of the simplest ways to help another person is by offering a sympathetic ear. Sidewalk Talk fosters meaningful human connections through listening events organized in public spaces. Sign up today.

  • Looking to make a meaningful difference in the Long Beach community? You'll want to attend this information session about volunteering opportunities at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach.

  • Spread the Christmas cheer at St. Margaret's Center in Inglewood. Volunteers are needed for their holiday program that will serve 500 low-income families in the LAX-area community.

  • Is your green thumb itching for a new project? Take a trip to the scenic Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and nurse native plants to life.

  • If political engagement and environmental advocacy are your things, look no further. The Citizens' Climate Lobby offers volunteers opportunities to connect with their legislators on climate concerns.

  • "Join a few good souls to share some soles. The Giving Youth Opportunities organization is canvassing Inglewood to gather gently worn shoes for families in developing countries. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided for volunteers.

  • Does spending a Saturday reading with kids sound like your ideal way of unwinding on the weekend? Join Ready to Learn and help improve children's vocabulary and their self-confidence. Art projects included!

  • It's Once Upon Christmas in the city of Pomona, and Santa needs a few little elves to get the annual parade up and running. All volunteers receive food vouchers and a free shirt.

  • The L.A. Conservation Corps needs your help to maintain this beautiful park in Compton. Volunteer for planting, weeding, and conducting equipment repair alongside the young people of the Corps.

  • Want to paint a mural and put your handyman skills to the test for a good cause? Join Richer Poorer as they help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles beautify their space.

  • Get into the holiday spirit with a volunteer shift. It's the annual "Impact Day" in South L.A., and they need your help. If you are unable to donate your time, consider dropping off toys, non-perishable food, and clothing.

  • Older adults and families require community support, too, but they don't always get the help they need. Join the Council on Aging to see how you can support aging communities in Southern California.

  • Bring your pup along as you join other volunteers at Rosie's Dog Beach for a quick beach cleanup. A great way to motivate yourself to take care of Mother Earth — and walk the dog.

The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back

St. Anthony's / Serve Meals at St. Anthony's / San Francisco, CA

The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
The Volunteer Collection: Made for Those Who Give Back
Colección por Eventbrite
Whether you want to clean up our beaches or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in Los Angeles. Make the most of your time with this curated collection of local volunteer events making the biggest impact on our community this Thanksgiving season.
Whether you want to clean up our beaches or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in Los Angeles. Make the most of your time with this curated collection of local volunteer events making the biggest impact on our community this Thanksgiving season.
  • "As winter descends upon L.A., tens of thousands of our homeless neighbors will be without the items they need to get through the season. Prepare a few supplies for fellow Los Angelenos this December.

  • Hunger touches every part of L.A. County. Meals on Wheels West provides meals to homebound seniors, veterans, recovering hospital and rehabilitation patients, and formerly homeless people in West L.A.

  • Want to be part of a humble plan to restore an idyllic canyon near Los Angeles? Earthroots is planning to do just that, and they're enlisting volunteers who enjoy the great outdoors to help them out.

  • Let's create a sustainable environment for wildlife along the L.A River. Plant native flora and pick up trash with the Audubon Center at Debs Park to ensure that we preserve this greenery for generations to come.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.

  • United by Blue is headed to the Bolsa Chica Wetlands for their 2019 Waterway Cleanup Tour, and they want you to join the cause. Help beautify our waterways and make some friends along the way.

  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for its new food pantry in San Bernardino.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition as we engage with our neighbors to provide basic necessities and resources.

  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.

  • Clean up may not be the sexiest part of any parade, but it's just as vital. Clean-up shifts are still available for the City of Hope's decorating event for their 2020 Rose Float parade in Irwindale.

  • Families without nutritious food suffer in numerous ways. Prepare bags of food and spearhead children's craft activities as part of The Raise Foundation's efforts at the Costa Mesa Family Resource Center.

  • One of the simplest ways to help another person is by offering a sympathetic ear. Sidewalk Talk fosters meaningful human connections through listening events organized in public spaces. Sign up today.

  • Looking to make a meaningful difference in the Long Beach community? You'll want to attend this information session about volunteering opportunities at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach.

  • Spread the Christmas cheer at St. Margaret's Center in Inglewood. Volunteers are needed for their holiday program that will serve 500 low-income families in the LAX-area community.

  • Is your green thumb itching for a new project? Take a trip to the scenic Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and nurse native plants to life.

  • If political engagement and environmental advocacy are your things, look no further. The Citizens' Climate Lobby offers volunteers opportunities to connect with their legislators on climate concerns.

  • "Join a few good souls to share some soles. The Giving Youth Opportunities organization is canvassing Inglewood to gather gently worn shoes for families in developing countries. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided for volunteers.

  • Does spending a Saturday reading with kids sound like your ideal way of unwinding on the weekend? Join Ready to Learn and help improve children's vocabulary and their self-confidence. Art projects included!

  • It's Once Upon Christmas in the city of Pomona, and Santa needs a few little elves to get the annual parade up and running. All volunteers receive food vouchers and a free shirt.

  • The L.A. Conservation Corps needs your help to maintain this beautiful park in Compton. Volunteer for planting, weeding, and conducting equipment repair alongside the young people of the Corps.

  • Want to paint a mural and put your handyman skills to the test for a good cause? Join Richer Poorer as they help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles beautify their space.

  • Get into the holiday spirit with a volunteer shift. It's the annual "Impact Day" in South L.A., and they need your help. If you are unable to donate your time, consider dropping off toys, non-perishable food, and clothing.

  • Older adults and families require community support, too, but they don't always get the help they need. Join the Council on Aging to see how you can support aging communities in Southern California.

  • Bring your pup along as you join other volunteers at Rosie's Dog Beach for a quick beach cleanup. A great way to motivate yourself to take care of Mother Earth — and walk the dog.

  • "As winter descends upon L.A., tens of thousands of our homeless neighbors will be without the items they need to get through the season. Prepare a few supplies for fellow Los Angelenos this December.

  • Hunger touches every part of L.A. County. Meals on Wheels West provides meals to homebound seniors, veterans, recovering hospital and rehabilitation patients, and formerly homeless people in West L.A.

  • Want to be part of a humble plan to restore an idyllic canyon near Los Angeles? Earthroots is planning to do just that, and they're enlisting volunteers who enjoy the great outdoors to help them out.

  • Let's create a sustainable environment for wildlife along the L.A River. Plant native flora and pick up trash with the Audubon Center at Debs Park to ensure that we preserve this greenery for generations to come.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.

  • United by Blue is headed to the Bolsa Chica Wetlands for their 2019 Waterway Cleanup Tour, and they want you to join the cause. Help beautify our waterways and make some friends along the way.

  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for its new food pantry in San Bernardino.

  • With homelessness on the rise in L.A. County, it's our job to lend a helping hand. Join the SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition as we engage with our neighbors to provide basic necessities and resources.

  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.

  • Clean up may not be the sexiest part of any parade, but it's just as vital. Clean-up shifts are still available for the City of Hope's decorating event for their 2020 Rose Float parade in Irwindale.

  • Families without nutritious food suffer in numerous ways. Prepare bags of food and spearhead children's craft activities as part of The Raise Foundation's efforts at the Costa Mesa Family Resource Center.

  • One of the simplest ways to help another person is by offering a sympathetic ear. Sidewalk Talk fosters meaningful human connections through listening events organized in public spaces. Sign up today.

  • Looking to make a meaningful difference in the Long Beach community? You'll want to attend this information session about volunteering opportunities at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach.

  • Spread the Christmas cheer at St. Margaret's Center in Inglewood. Volunteers are needed for their holiday program that will serve 500 low-income families in the LAX-area community.

  • Is your green thumb itching for a new project? Take a trip to the scenic Laguna Coast Wilderness Park and nurse native plants to life.

  • If political engagement and environmental advocacy are your things, look no further. The Citizens' Climate Lobby offers volunteers opportunities to connect with their legislators on climate concerns.

  • "Join a few good souls to share some soles. The Giving Youth Opportunities organization is canvassing Inglewood to gather gently worn shoes for families in developing countries. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided for volunteers.

  • Does spending a Saturday reading with kids sound like your ideal way of unwinding on the weekend? Join Ready to Learn and help improve children's vocabulary and their self-confidence. Art projects included!

  • It's Once Upon Christmas in the city of Pomona, and Santa needs a few little elves to get the annual parade up and running. All volunteers receive food vouchers and a free shirt.

  • The L.A. Conservation Corps needs your help to maintain this beautiful park in Compton. Volunteer for planting, weeding, and conducting equipment repair alongside the young people of the Corps.

  • Want to paint a mural and put your handyman skills to the test for a good cause? Join Richer Poorer as they help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles beautify their space.

  • Get into the holiday spirit with a volunteer shift. It's the annual "Impact Day" in South L.A., and they need your help. If you are unable to donate your time, consider dropping off toys, non-perishable food, and clothing.

  • Older adults and families require community support, too, but they don't always get the help they need. Join the Council on Aging to see how you can support aging communities in Southern California.

  • Bring your pup along as you join other volunteers at Rosie's Dog Beach for a quick beach cleanup. A great way to motivate yourself to take care of Mother Earth — and walk the dog.