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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

  • More than one million people in L.A. experience food insecurity. What can you do to help out? Learn some best practices for how new and existing food rescue organizations can improve their programs.
  • It's a triple threat for good this Thanksgiving in San Bernardino. Volunteer with Project Boon, Kids Against Drug,s and the Inland Valley Recovery Services to provide a hot Thanksgiving meal for those in need.
  • 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.
  • Every second counts in an emergency. Stop the Bleed is a nationwide campaign that offers free training so that bystanders can stop bleeding injuries before first responders arrive.
  • The Census makes sure that every individual is counted in our nation's democracy. Be part of the outreach and education around Census 2020 in your community.
  • Calling all nature lovers: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles needs your help pruning and weeding their spellbinding nature gardens during their monthly service days. Sign up today.
  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for their 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 and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.
  • The Los Angeles LGBT Center works toward a world where "LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society." You can be a part of that movement toward a better world. Volunteer today.
  • Got a green thumb? Spend a day mulching, weeding and watering some stunning oak trees in Topanga State Park with the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains.
  • For the vegans struggling during Thanksgiving, this one's for you. Participate in the Tofurky Trot 5K to get a great workout, swag, and hearty vegan food. Proceeds benefit the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition.
  • Do you enjoy working with youth? Youth Leadership Consortium, aka YLC, offers free workshops to educate students and their parents from diverse backgrounds on how they can best prepare and pay for college.
  • When it comes to disasters, pets are often overlooked victims. Sign up for SoCal Animal Response Team in order to educate yourself and the general public about how to keep our beloved animals safe.
  • 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.
  • The Woolsey Fire devastated many native plants and local flora. Join the National Park Service and Community Nature Connection to help restore this beautiful habitat.
  • Want to help a pup in need of a loving home? Wags and Walks offers opportunities for dog lovers to support their foster and adoption programs in a variety of ways, from grant writing to dog walking.
  • Birders, look out! Don't miss out on this chance to identify local fauna and assist volunteers from Sea & Sage Audubon during a visit to the Newport Bay Conservancy.
  • Get into the spirit of giving this Thanksgiving. Join Project Boon at their annual Eat & Be Well event to offer hot food and essential health services to those in need.
  • Share in the joy — and get a good workout — on Turkey Day. Bring water/snacks for runners and canned goods for the food bank so that all families in the L.A. area can enjoy a delicious meal this Thanksgiving.
  • 'Tis the season to do good. Join Lost Angels in Venice Beach to provide a Thanksgiving feast for hundreds of community members in need of a good meal, clean clothes, and a kind smile.
  • It's the most festive gathering of do-gooder motorcyclists in the city. Volunteer with your fellow friends in leather vests and serve a hot meal to a family in need this Thanksgiving.
  • Kabbalah is all about sharing one's good fortune with others. This Thanksgiving, give back to families in need in Los Angeles with the Kabbalah Centre and the Salvation Army.
  • Giving Tuesday is known as the "Global day of giving," and Team PLUS ME wants you to give back by sharing your story with children in schools across Los Angeles. Find out more by signing up to volunteer.
  • 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.
  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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!
  • More than one million people in L.A. experience food insecurity. What can you do to help out? Learn some best practices for how new and existing food rescue organizations can improve their programs.
  • It's a triple threat for good this Thanksgiving in San Bernardino. Volunteer with Project Boon, Kids Against Drug,s and the Inland Valley Recovery Services to provide a hot Thanksgiving meal for those in need.
  • 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.
  • Every second counts in an emergency. Stop the Bleed is a nationwide campaign that offers free training so that bystanders can stop bleeding injuries before first responders arrive.
  • The Census makes sure that every individual is counted in our nation's democracy. Be part of the outreach and education around Census 2020 in your community.
  • Calling all nature lovers: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles needs your help pruning and weeding their spellbinding nature gardens during their monthly service days. Sign up today.
  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for their 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 and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.
  • The Los Angeles LGBT Center works toward a world where "LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society." You can be a part of that movement toward a better world. Volunteer today.
  • Got a green thumb? Spend a day mulching, weeding and watering some stunning oak trees in Topanga State Park with the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains.
  • For the vegans struggling during Thanksgiving, this one's for you. Participate in the Tofurky Trot 5K to get a great workout, swag, and hearty vegan food. Proceeds benefit the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition.
  • Do you enjoy working with youth? Youth Leadership Consortium, aka YLC, offers free workshops to educate students and their parents from diverse backgrounds on how they can best prepare and pay for college.
  • When it comes to disasters, pets are often overlooked victims. Sign up for SoCal Animal Response Team in order to educate yourself and the general public about how to keep our beloved animals safe.
  • 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.
  • The Woolsey Fire devastated many native plants and local flora. Join the National Park Service and Community Nature Connection to help restore this beautiful habitat.
  • Want to help a pup in need of a loving home? Wags and Walks offers opportunities for dog lovers to support their foster and adoption programs in a variety of ways, from grant writing to dog walking.
  • Birders, look out! Don't miss out on this chance to identify local fauna and assist volunteers from Sea & Sage Audubon during a visit to the Newport Bay Conservancy.
  • Get into the spirit of giving this Thanksgiving. Join Project Boon at their annual Eat & Be Well event to offer hot food and essential health services to those in need.
  • Share in the joy — and get a good workout — on Turkey Day. Bring water/snacks for runners and canned goods for the food bank so that all families in the L.A. area can enjoy a delicious meal this Thanksgiving.
  • 'Tis the season to do good. Join Lost Angels in Venice Beach to provide a Thanksgiving feast for hundreds of community members in need of a good meal, clean clothes, and a kind smile.
  • It's the most festive gathering of do-gooder motorcyclists in the city. Volunteer with your fellow friends in leather vests and serve a hot meal to a family in need this Thanksgiving.
  • Kabbalah is all about sharing one's good fortune with others. This Thanksgiving, give back to families in need in Los Angeles with the Kabbalah Centre and the Salvation Army.
  • Giving Tuesday is known as the "Global day of giving," and Team PLUS ME wants you to give back by sharing your story with children in schools across Los Angeles. Find out more by signing up to volunteer.
  • 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.
  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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
Collection by 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.
  • More than one million people in L.A. experience food insecurity. What can you do to help out? Learn some best practices for how new and existing food rescue organizations can improve their programs.
  • It's a triple threat for good this Thanksgiving in San Bernardino. Volunteer with Project Boon, Kids Against Drug,s and the Inland Valley Recovery Services to provide a hot Thanksgiving meal for those in need.
  • 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.
  • Every second counts in an emergency. Stop the Bleed is a nationwide campaign that offers free training so that bystanders can stop bleeding injuries before first responders arrive.
  • The Census makes sure that every individual is counted in our nation's democracy. Be part of the outreach and education around Census 2020 in your community.
  • Calling all nature lovers: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles needs your help pruning and weeding their spellbinding nature gardens during their monthly service days. Sign up today.
  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for their 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 and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.
  • The Los Angeles LGBT Center works toward a world where "LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society." You can be a part of that movement toward a better world. Volunteer today.
  • Got a green thumb? Spend a day mulching, weeding and watering some stunning oak trees in Topanga State Park with the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains.
  • For the vegans struggling during Thanksgiving, this one's for you. Participate in the Tofurky Trot 5K to get a great workout, swag, and hearty vegan food. Proceeds benefit the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition.
  • Do you enjoy working with youth? Youth Leadership Consortium, aka YLC, offers free workshops to educate students and their parents from diverse backgrounds on how they can best prepare and pay for college.
  • When it comes to disasters, pets are often overlooked victims. Sign up for SoCal Animal Response Team in order to educate yourself and the general public about how to keep our beloved animals safe.
  • 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.
  • The Woolsey Fire devastated many native plants and local flora. Join the National Park Service and Community Nature Connection to help restore this beautiful habitat.
  • Want to help a pup in need of a loving home? Wags and Walks offers opportunities for dog lovers to support their foster and adoption programs in a variety of ways, from grant writing to dog walking.
  • Birders, look out! Don't miss out on this chance to identify local fauna and assist volunteers from Sea & Sage Audubon during a visit to the Newport Bay Conservancy.
  • Get into the spirit of giving this Thanksgiving. Join Project Boon at their annual Eat & Be Well event to offer hot food and essential health services to those in need.
  • Share in the joy — and get a good workout — on Turkey Day. Bring water/snacks for runners and canned goods for the food bank so that all families in the L.A. area can enjoy a delicious meal this Thanksgiving.
  • 'Tis the season to do good. Join Lost Angels in Venice Beach to provide a Thanksgiving feast for hundreds of community members in need of a good meal, clean clothes, and a kind smile.
  • It's the most festive gathering of do-gooder motorcyclists in the city. Volunteer with your fellow friends in leather vests and serve a hot meal to a family in need this Thanksgiving.
  • Kabbalah is all about sharing one's good fortune with others. This Thanksgiving, give back to families in need in Los Angeles with the Kabbalah Centre and the Salvation Army.
  • Giving Tuesday is known as the "Global day of giving," and Team PLUS ME wants you to give back by sharing your story with children in schools across Los Angeles. Find out more by signing up to volunteer.
  • 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.
  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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!
  • More than one million people in L.A. experience food insecurity. What can you do to help out? Learn some best practices for how new and existing food rescue organizations can improve their programs.
  • It's a triple threat for good this Thanksgiving in San Bernardino. Volunteer with Project Boon, Kids Against Drug,s and the Inland Valley Recovery Services to provide a hot Thanksgiving meal for those in need.
  • 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.
  • Every second counts in an emergency. Stop the Bleed is a nationwide campaign that offers free training so that bystanders can stop bleeding injuries before first responders arrive.
  • The Census makes sure that every individual is counted in our nation's democracy. Be part of the outreach and education around Census 2020 in your community.
  • Calling all nature lovers: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles needs your help pruning and weeding their spellbinding nature gardens during their monthly service days. Sign up today.
  • Local food banks offer a lifeline to families in need — and you can help. Sahaba Initiative is seeking volunteers for their 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 and provide a safe space for our neighbors to enjoy a hot meal.
  • The Los Angeles LGBT Center works toward a world where "LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society." You can be a part of that movement toward a better world. Volunteer today.
  • Got a green thumb? Spend a day mulching, weeding and watering some stunning oak trees in Topanga State Park with the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains.
  • For the vegans struggling during Thanksgiving, this one's for you. Participate in the Tofurky Trot 5K to get a great workout, swag, and hearty vegan food. Proceeds benefit the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition.
  • Do you enjoy working with youth? Youth Leadership Consortium, aka YLC, offers free workshops to educate students and their parents from diverse backgrounds on how they can best prepare and pay for college.
  • When it comes to disasters, pets are often overlooked victims. Sign up for SoCal Animal Response Team in order to educate yourself and the general public about how to keep our beloved animals safe.
  • 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.
  • The Woolsey Fire devastated many native plants and local flora. Join the National Park Service and Community Nature Connection to help restore this beautiful habitat.
  • Want to help a pup in need of a loving home? Wags and Walks offers opportunities for dog lovers to support their foster and adoption programs in a variety of ways, from grant writing to dog walking.
  • Birders, look out! Don't miss out on this chance to identify local fauna and assist volunteers from Sea & Sage Audubon during a visit to the Newport Bay Conservancy.
  • Get into the spirit of giving this Thanksgiving. Join Project Boon at their annual Eat & Be Well event to offer hot food and essential health services to those in need.
  • Share in the joy — and get a good workout — on Turkey Day. Bring water/snacks for runners and canned goods for the food bank so that all families in the L.A. area can enjoy a delicious meal this Thanksgiving.
  • 'Tis the season to do good. Join Lost Angels in Venice Beach to provide a Thanksgiving feast for hundreds of community members in need of a good meal, clean clothes, and a kind smile.
  • It's the most festive gathering of do-gooder motorcyclists in the city. Volunteer with your fellow friends in leather vests and serve a hot meal to a family in need this Thanksgiving.
  • Kabbalah is all about sharing one's good fortune with others. This Thanksgiving, give back to families in need in Los Angeles with the Kabbalah Centre and the Salvation Army.
  • Giving Tuesday is known as the "Global day of giving," and Team PLUS ME wants you to give back by sharing your story with children in schools across Los Angeles. Find out more by signing up to volunteer.
  • 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.
  • Mother Earth can't do it alone. Work with volunteers at the Yerba Mansa Meadow to restore native habitats for bird and plant life.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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!