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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 San Francisco. 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

  • Have a hankering to hang with some puppers? Bring a few friends and snag a group session at Family Dog Rescue. Half of your shift will involve cleaning and organizing and the other half will be walking, bathing, and playing with dogs.

  • Join Chromium and Newport LLC for a cocktail networking event with some of the Bay Area's most inspiring business leaders. The suggested donation is $50, and the funds raised will go to California wildfire victims.

  • Love animals and want to help some furry companions in need of forever homes? Join the Hopalong volunteer orientation to learn about opportunities to lend a hand with animal care, adoptions, and more.

  • The Presidio Nursery grows up to 85,000 indigenous plants each year, which end up at restoration sites across the Presidio. Come get your hands dirty while helping to restore the park’s biological integrity.

  • Want to make an impact for the homeless and hungry in our community? Prep and serve a meal at Martin’s on Potrero! Martin’s serves free sit-down lunches on Saturdays to around 100 guests, many of whom have been coming for years.

  • The Lake Merritt Food Pantry gives out fresh produce and healthy packaged food one Saturday a month. Volunteers are needed for food distribution, line monitoring, and clean up. Big plus if you speak Cantonese, Mandarin, or Vietnamese and are willing to help out as an interpreter!

  • Offer up some human connection this Thanksgiving morning. Visit an elder with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly along with a hot turkey dinner in hand!

  • Serve lunch to seniors, followed by Bingo. Curry Senior Center does lunch and bingo on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays, and every other Monday. Please bring a few prizes for the Bingo winners! Keep note that CVS gift cards and word puzzle books work well.

  • Want to exercise that green thumb? Hang out on top of Mount Sutro and enjoy a morning of sowing, planting, and weeding.

  • Join Project Homeless Connect on a walk through the Tenderloin. Volunteers will share info about local homeless services with neighbors who are experiencing homelessness.

  • Help restore the wetlands at Pier 94 by planting, pulling up invasive plants, and picking up trash.

  • Have a hankering to hang with some puppers? Bring a few friends and snag a group session at Family Dog Rescue. Half of your shift will involve cleaning and organizing and the other half will be walking, bathing, and playing with dogs.

  • Join Chromium and Newport LLC for a cocktail networking event with some of the Bay Area's most inspiring business leaders. The suggested donation is $50, and the funds raised will go to California wildfire victims.

  • Love animals and want to help some furry companions in need of forever homes? Join the Hopalong volunteer orientation to learn about opportunities to lend a hand with animal care, adoptions, and more.

  • The Presidio Nursery grows up to 85,000 indigenous plants each year, which end up at restoration sites across the Presidio. Come get your hands dirty while helping to restore the park’s biological integrity.

  • Want to make an impact for the homeless and hungry in our community? Prep and serve a meal at Martin’s on Potrero! Martin’s serves free sit-down lunches on Saturdays to around 100 guests, many of whom have been coming for years.

  • The Lake Merritt Food Pantry gives out fresh produce and healthy packaged food one Saturday a month. Volunteers are needed for food distribution, line monitoring, and clean up. Big plus if you speak Cantonese, Mandarin, or Vietnamese and are willing to help out as an interpreter!

  • Offer up some human connection this Thanksgiving morning. Visit an elder with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly along with a hot turkey dinner in hand!

  • Serve lunch to seniors, followed by Bingo. Curry Senior Center does lunch and bingo on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays, and every other Monday. Please bring a few prizes for the Bingo winners! Keep note that CVS gift cards and word puzzle books work well.

  • Want to exercise that green thumb? Hang out on top of Mount Sutro and enjoy a morning of sowing, planting, and weeding.

  • Join Project Homeless Connect on a walk through the Tenderloin. Volunteers will share info about local homeless services with neighbors who are experiencing homelessness.

  • Help restore the wetlands at Pier 94 by planting, pulling up invasive plants, and picking up trash.

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 San Francisco. 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 San Francisco. Make the most of your time with this curated collection of local volunteer events making the biggest impact on our community this Thanksgiving season.
  • Have a hankering to hang with some puppers? Bring a few friends and snag a group session at Family Dog Rescue. Half of your shift will involve cleaning and organizing and the other half will be walking, bathing, and playing with dogs.

  • Join Chromium and Newport LLC for a cocktail networking event with some of the Bay Area's most inspiring business leaders. The suggested donation is $50, and the funds raised will go to California wildfire victims.

  • Love animals and want to help some furry companions in need of forever homes? Join the Hopalong volunteer orientation to learn about opportunities to lend a hand with animal care, adoptions, and more.

  • The Presidio Nursery grows up to 85,000 indigenous plants each year, which end up at restoration sites across the Presidio. Come get your hands dirty while helping to restore the park’s biological integrity.

  • Want to make an impact for the homeless and hungry in our community? Prep and serve a meal at Martin’s on Potrero! Martin’s serves free sit-down lunches on Saturdays to around 100 guests, many of whom have been coming for years.

  • The Lake Merritt Food Pantry gives out fresh produce and healthy packaged food one Saturday a month. Volunteers are needed for food distribution, line monitoring, and clean up. Big plus if you speak Cantonese, Mandarin, or Vietnamese and are willing to help out as an interpreter!

  • Offer up some human connection this Thanksgiving morning. Visit an elder with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly along with a hot turkey dinner in hand!

  • Serve lunch to seniors, followed by Bingo. Curry Senior Center does lunch and bingo on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays, and every other Monday. Please bring a few prizes for the Bingo winners! Keep note that CVS gift cards and word puzzle books work well.

  • Want to exercise that green thumb? Hang out on top of Mount Sutro and enjoy a morning of sowing, planting, and weeding.

  • Join Project Homeless Connect on a walk through the Tenderloin. Volunteers will share info about local homeless services with neighbors who are experiencing homelessness.

  • Help restore the wetlands at Pier 94 by planting, pulling up invasive plants, and picking up trash.

  • Have a hankering to hang with some puppers? Bring a few friends and snag a group session at Family Dog Rescue. Half of your shift will involve cleaning and organizing and the other half will be walking, bathing, and playing with dogs.

  • Join Chromium and Newport LLC for a cocktail networking event with some of the Bay Area's most inspiring business leaders. The suggested donation is $50, and the funds raised will go to California wildfire victims.

  • Love animals and want to help some furry companions in need of forever homes? Join the Hopalong volunteer orientation to learn about opportunities to lend a hand with animal care, adoptions, and more.

  • The Presidio Nursery grows up to 85,000 indigenous plants each year, which end up at restoration sites across the Presidio. Come get your hands dirty while helping to restore the park’s biological integrity.

  • Want to make an impact for the homeless and hungry in our community? Prep and serve a meal at Martin’s on Potrero! Martin’s serves free sit-down lunches on Saturdays to around 100 guests, many of whom have been coming for years.

  • The Lake Merritt Food Pantry gives out fresh produce and healthy packaged food one Saturday a month. Volunteers are needed for food distribution, line monitoring, and clean up. Big plus if you speak Cantonese, Mandarin, or Vietnamese and are willing to help out as an interpreter!

  • Offer up some human connection this Thanksgiving morning. Visit an elder with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly along with a hot turkey dinner in hand!

  • Serve lunch to seniors, followed by Bingo. Curry Senior Center does lunch and bingo on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays, and every other Monday. Please bring a few prizes for the Bingo winners! Keep note that CVS gift cards and word puzzle books work well.

  • Want to exercise that green thumb? Hang out on top of Mount Sutro and enjoy a morning of sowing, planting, and weeding.

  • Join Project Homeless Connect on a walk through the Tenderloin. Volunteers will share info about local homeless services with neighbors who are experiencing homelessness.

  • Help restore the wetlands at Pier 94 by planting, pulling up invasive plants, and picking up trash.