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Kids can learn about how to volunteer for organizations around the United States. Search tools empower kids to find kid-friendly opportunities by geographic area and cause. Some kids may be part of a group looking for volunteers -- they’ll find plenty of materials to help with recruitment and training. Whether in person or from afar, volunteer opportunities are everywhere, and kids can use this site to find the opportunities that fit them best.
Can inspire young people to become active in causes that interest them.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this site offers lots of opportunities for teens interested in volunteering in their own communities. Registration is not required, but doing so includes additional features such as email alerts, newsletters, and the ability to create your own volunteer resume.
Is It Any Good?
Volunteering has never been so easy, and in these tough times, more necessary. Volunteer Match takes the toil and intimidation out of signing up for service. Easy-to-use tools like email alerts, time-tracking, and a personal volunteering resume support kids' efforts by helping them stay organized -- which in turn will help them stay committed.
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