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By Lucy Nightingale
In January 2012, a group of deaf volunteers from the UK will be travelling to Sri Lanka to volunteer at Deaf Schools and Special Needs centres.The placement is organised by SL Volunteers who are looking for more volunteers to join the team.
By Good Measures
Good Measures, champions of improved workplace sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR), is delighted to announce that third-sector expert Tom Levitt will be joining its consulting team as lead associate, community engagement.
By Raleigh International
A recent study by Raleigh International has found that 90% of Raleigh volunteers had a more positive attitude to work and life at the end of their expedition.
By Fort Adams Trust: Fortress of Nightmares
The Fortress of Nightmares is currently seeking volunteers to aid is in creating the perfect nightmare at Historic Fort Adams in Newport, RI.
By Mzungu Volunteers
Quality Volunteer Opportunities to volunteer overseas with Orphans, Teaching and Building Projects in Rural Villages across Uganda. Starting from $120 a Week, Please No Hidden fees!. Come and join us in this beautiful country!
Volunteers from one of Fife’s leading legal, financial and property specialists, Pagan Osborne, are gearing up for a move of a very different kind this weekend as they prepare for the inaugural Turn Back Time @ Tentsmuir event this Saturday.
By Real Gap Experience and i-to-i Volunteering
Real Gap Experience and i-to-i Volunteering are Offering Two Lucky Students the Chance to Travel the World with Guaranteed Work Placements Globally
By Raleigh International
With 220,000 school leavers unable to get into university this year, many people will be left with a sudden unplanned gap year. Raleigh International is urging people to use the time constructively and turn it into a positive experience.
With record numbers of UK university applicants set to be disappointed on A-Level results day, GapGuru explains why taking a gap year is a worthwhile alternative to university.
By Carr Engineering, Inc.
Carr Engineering, Inc. announced today that its volunteer management software, VolunteerHub, has surpassed one million event registrations.
What Has Been the Fallout of the "Dumbing Down" of Modern Women?
By Ben Davies
Fierce debate is raging over land use in rural Kenya. While ranchers benefit from government schemes, conservationists argue that wildlife is being destroyed and that tourism offers a more sustainable option.
By The Lioness Group
Volunteers are needed for the annual Western Massachusetts Kidney Walk scheduled for Sunday, June 5, 2011 at Forest Park in Springfield.
By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Carolina Rodriguez' volunteer work with Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida was so impressive at the agency's Lehigh Acres Retail & Donation Center that her supervisors recommended her for a management position with Goodwill.
By Laura Hamlin
Those that want a gap month instead of a gap year can take advantage of travel deals with 15% off
By United Way of San Diego County
It’s no surprise that some residents of the San Diego area are thriving, while others are merely surviving.
By Volunteer Africa 32 Degrees South
The modern Xhosa people are a divided people. South Africa is still a developing country; in some ways highly developed, in others lacking. International Volunteers are given the opportunity to experience both sides of the modern Xhosa lifestyle.
By Ben Davies
A new volunteer project has been established to help conserve the last remaining Qinling panda, a subspecies of the giant panda.
By Forte PR
The Legacy at Preston Hollow, a family service-oriented community, recently hosted an event to honor and show appreciation towards the loyal volunteers.
By BARD Marketing
The Fort Lauderdale Law Firm of Farmer, Jaffe, Weissing, Edwards, Fistos & Lehrman supports National Volunteer Week (April 10 - 16, 2011).
By James Muraguri Gichohi
Kenya's health care and provision suffers as much as any other public service sector in the country. Whilst structures are in place for an effective health service, there is an enormous deficit in terms of staff and resources.
By Save The Bay
Save The Bay, the oldest and largest organization working to protect and restore San Francisco Bay, today launches the celebration of its 50th Anniversary with a memorial planting honoring one of its co-founders – Catherine “Kay” Kerr.
By Inspired Actions, Akiba Howard
‘The opportunity to join VolunteerFest 2011 just made sense, as we (Rebuilding Together Sacramento) would have direct access to the public.” Stephen Miller, Board President RTS
By Nina Olson
12 teens and three adults from Boys & Girls Harbor will go to Africa to volunteer at Soft Power Health’s Uganda Project, to explain to villagers how malaria is contracted and how they can protect themselves through the use of mosquito nets.
By Asante Health System
The Asante Hospice team needs volunteers to give companionship to patients and respite for their families. Hospice volunteers provide a caring touch at a profound moment in the life of another person. Call Sally Melton at 541-789-6859.
By CKR Interactive
Recruitment marketing agency CKR Interactive's Craig Freitag shares his creative design expertise with local classroom.
By Jennifer Robinson
Birmingham, AL (March 7, 2011) - MVP Concepts, a Birmingham-based sales and marketing firm, recently announced that President Austin Smith was honored by the Sacramento Metro Fire Department with the Life Saving Commendation Award.
By Jill van Voorhis
Community demand for volunteer events with Little Helping Hands has become so high that a new Board has been established to help expand their capacity.
By New Forest National Park Authority
People with a passion for the New Forest are invited to a Volunteer Fair showcasing the best of volunteering opportunities in the National Park.
By New Forest National Park Authority
The New Forest National Park Authority has recruited its first international volunteer. However they will not be found at the Authority’s headquarters but behind a laptop in Perth, Western Australia.
By US Markerboard
US Makerboard's President & CEO Scott Newman was interviewed by Terry Barber, the Chief Inspiration Officer and CEO of the Global Institute for Inspiration.
By donna zeigfinger
Green Earth Travel has announced “trips that make a difference” vacations that enable animal lovers to care for orphaned animals, then kick back camping at the Grand Canyon or at a eco spa resort at Zion National Park
By Volunteer Maldives
Following the success of last year’s football tournament, we’re really pleased to offer for 2011 a bumper football and netball inter island spectacular!
By Waban Improvement Society
Led by one woman, a small community breathed new life into its branch library and transformed it into a center for village life. A year and a half later, Jacobs shares the lessons she has learned.
By Greening Australia
Greening Australia at Norman Park was awarded a certificate of appreciation by local MPs last week in recognition of its contribution to the community during the recent floods.
By Dog's Eye View Media
The Voluntary Traveler is hosting an online scavenger hunt, designed for those who understand the value of international voluntourism Prizes, including books and a first place prize of $100 cash or a $100 Kiva gift certificate are up for grabs.
By Sarah Greenough, Princeton Properties
Lowell, MA based Princeton Properties is honored to receive Building Impact's highest award, the 2010 Gold Footprint Award for their commitment to corporate volunteerism and giving back to local communities.
Hanoi - Hue - Khe Sanh - Vinh Moc - DMZ - Da Nang - China Beach - Chu Lai - Quy Nhon - Nha Trang - Da Lat - Ho Chi Minh City - Cu Chi Tunnels - Iron Triangle
By Zan Jones
It’s a fact that 2/3 of people suffer from seasonal holiday depression. If you’ve had significant changes in your life this year (divorce, job loss, death in the family, a big move) then you can easily figure out a way to be the ultimate Scrooge.
By SL Volunteers
A team of Graduates set up a their own volunteer Organisation in Sri Lanka. 'SL Volunteers', organise volunteer placements giving skills training and experience for Graduates, at low cost.
By Lee Love
With the national unemployment rate at 9.2 percent in September, one Washington-area businessman is using an unique approach to help those looking for work.
By Bay Coast & Consulting Partners
Volunteers prepare food baskets for holiday giving; prepare toys and clothes for holiday Christmas toy distribution in December; need donations of food and toys
Local Teen Pursues Girl Scout Gold Award While Helping The Atrium's Residents Share Life Experiences
By Amy Rohrbeck
Specially Designed Seasonal Arts and Crafts Class Provides History and Discussion Forum
By Yaneisy Blanco, Bristol Public Relations
Help girls in grades K-12 discover what they can do, learn to connect with others, and take action to improve the world around them
Volunteering for people in Edinburgh came one step closer today with the launch of Volunteer Centre Edinburgh’s new interactive website designed by CIVIC.
By Lisa McLaughlin
Discount Office Services of Irvine, CA pledges to raise awareness for breast cancer through donations and community involvement.
By James Wandera Ouma
Wezesha is in need of $ 4000 to help run the daily activities
Janelle Barker Gibson Joins 501CONNECT, A St. Louis Online Magazine and Not For Profit Resource As A Contributing Writer.
By Annie Anthony
For the 4th year the Cape Fear Volunteer Center and its partners bring to Wilmington National Make A Difference Day on October 23, 2011 all over town! Be a part of the excitement and GO MAD!! Make A Difference!
By Quan Vu
Shoe Metro's retail store is celebrating its first year in business by offering customers a sale and great prizes. Shoe Metro has reached out to the community in a number of ways in the past year and will continue to do so in the future.