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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 the parks or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in Chicago. 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

  • The Virtual Run Challenge and ComplexTruths Inc have partnered to raise money in hopes of finding a cure for CRPS. The proceeds from the 5k will go towards building technology and infrastructure for ComplexTruths.org to keep the website running, which has 400+ pages of info.
  • New Life Volunteering Society (NLVS) is a not-for-profit organization, with a free clinic located in the West Rogers Park in Chicago. In addition to the clinic, there's free tutoring, food pantry volunteering, and a yearly trip abroad to offer free medical care.
  • Enjoy an open bar, raffle, live music, and bites at this year's SELF event. All proceeds go towards finding a cure for CUP (Cancer of the Unknown Primary), which affects around 3 - 5% of cancer patients. Dress code is trendy chic, and tickets are $75.
  • Come out on a Saturday to put together lunch bags and distribute a full 1,000 lunches for Chicago's homeless community. While attendance is free, a suggested $10 donation will go a long way in making a greater impact for the organization.
  • Head to The Cabin at Old Irving for an evening of raffles and prizes to support the Chicago Police Marines. By participating in the raffle, 20% of the ring and 50% of the tips will go towards benefiting the organization. The event itself is free.
  • Join Vision Zero Chicago to commemorate World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) with a memorial event to remember millions of people who have been killed and/or injured on the road. Vision Zero Chicago seeks to provide resources to prevent car crashes.
  • Hosted by Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, join a night of networking to learn more about impactful Jewish organizations and how you can provide resources for educational growth. The organization offers workshops and programs for Jewish leaders.
  • The CLA Confab meets monthly to discuss how to improve literacy across Chicago, and this event will have speakers from the organization and open commentary around the theme and question: "What makes reading and writing accessible and enjoyable for everyone?"
  • The National Runway Safeline needs volunteers aged 16+ to spend 2-4 hours a week for 6 months to aid in crisis intervention. A great cause, it helps keep struggling youth off the streets from loving care and support. You will engage in chats, forums, and e-mail communication.
  • The Chicago Lights Tutoring Program has been around for 55 years, helping students hone their math and reading skills, express themselves through art, and enjoy new books from the library to learn what interests them. This orientation session will offer info about the program.
  • The Virtual Run Challenge and ComplexTruths Inc have partnered to raise money in hopes of finding a cure for CRPS. The proceeds from the 5k will go towards building technology and infrastructure for ComplexTruths.org to keep the website running, which has 400+ pages of info.
  • New Life Volunteering Society (NLVS) is a not-for-profit organization, with a free clinic located in the West Rogers Park in Chicago. In addition to the clinic, there's free tutoring, food pantry volunteering, and a yearly trip abroad to offer free medical care.
  • Enjoy an open bar, raffle, live music, and bites at this year's SELF event. All proceeds go towards finding a cure for CUP (Cancer of the Unknown Primary), which affects around 3 - 5% of cancer patients. Dress code is trendy chic, and tickets are $75.
  • Come out on a Saturday to put together lunch bags and distribute a full 1,000 lunches for Chicago's homeless community. While attendance is free, a suggested $10 donation will go a long way in making a greater impact for the organization.
  • Head to The Cabin at Old Irving for an evening of raffles and prizes to support the Chicago Police Marines. By participating in the raffle, 20% of the ring and 50% of the tips will go towards benefiting the organization. The event itself is free.
  • Join Vision Zero Chicago to commemorate World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) with a memorial event to remember millions of people who have been killed and/or injured on the road. Vision Zero Chicago seeks to provide resources to prevent car crashes.
  • Hosted by Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, join a night of networking to learn more about impactful Jewish organizations and how you can provide resources for educational growth. The organization offers workshops and programs for Jewish leaders.
  • The CLA Confab meets monthly to discuss how to improve literacy across Chicago, and this event will have speakers from the organization and open commentary around the theme and question: "What makes reading and writing accessible and enjoyable for everyone?"
  • The National Runway Safeline needs volunteers aged 16+ to spend 2-4 hours a week for 6 months to aid in crisis intervention. A great cause, it helps keep struggling youth off the streets from loving care and support. You will engage in chats, forums, and e-mail communication.
  • The Chicago Lights Tutoring Program has been around for 55 years, helping students hone their math and reading skills, express themselves through art, and enjoy new books from the library to learn what interests them. This orientation session will offer info about the program.
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 the parks or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in Chicago. 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 the parks or help the homeless, there are tons of opportunities to volunteer in Chicago. 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 Virtual Run Challenge and ComplexTruths Inc have partnered to raise money in hopes of finding a cure for CRPS. The proceeds from the 5k will go towards building technology and infrastructure for ComplexTruths.org to keep the website running, which has 400+ pages of info.
  • New Life Volunteering Society (NLVS) is a not-for-profit organization, with a free clinic located in the West Rogers Park in Chicago. In addition to the clinic, there's free tutoring, food pantry volunteering, and a yearly trip abroad to offer free medical care.
  • Enjoy an open bar, raffle, live music, and bites at this year's SELF event. All proceeds go towards finding a cure for CUP (Cancer of the Unknown Primary), which affects around 3 - 5% of cancer patients. Dress code is trendy chic, and tickets are $75.
  • Come out on a Saturday to put together lunch bags and distribute a full 1,000 lunches for Chicago's homeless community. While attendance is free, a suggested $10 donation will go a long way in making a greater impact for the organization.
  • Head to The Cabin at Old Irving for an evening of raffles and prizes to support the Chicago Police Marines. By participating in the raffle, 20% of the ring and 50% of the tips will go towards benefiting the organization. The event itself is free.
  • Join Vision Zero Chicago to commemorate World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) with a memorial event to remember millions of people who have been killed and/or injured on the road. Vision Zero Chicago seeks to provide resources to prevent car crashes.
  • Hosted by Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, join a night of networking to learn more about impactful Jewish organizations and how you can provide resources for educational growth. The organization offers workshops and programs for Jewish leaders.
  • The CLA Confab meets monthly to discuss how to improve literacy across Chicago, and this event will have speakers from the organization and open commentary around the theme and question: "What makes reading and writing accessible and enjoyable for everyone?"
  • The National Runway Safeline needs volunteers aged 16+ to spend 2-4 hours a week for 6 months to aid in crisis intervention. A great cause, it helps keep struggling youth off the streets from loving care and support. You will engage in chats, forums, and e-mail communication.
  • The Chicago Lights Tutoring Program has been around for 55 years, helping students hone their math and reading skills, express themselves through art, and enjoy new books from the library to learn what interests them. This orientation session will offer info about the program.
  • The Virtual Run Challenge and ComplexTruths Inc have partnered to raise money in hopes of finding a cure for CRPS. The proceeds from the 5k will go towards building technology and infrastructure for ComplexTruths.org to keep the website running, which has 400+ pages of info.
  • New Life Volunteering Society (NLVS) is a not-for-profit organization, with a free clinic located in the West Rogers Park in Chicago. In addition to the clinic, there's free tutoring, food pantry volunteering, and a yearly trip abroad to offer free medical care.
  • Enjoy an open bar, raffle, live music, and bites at this year's SELF event. All proceeds go towards finding a cure for CUP (Cancer of the Unknown Primary), which affects around 3 - 5% of cancer patients. Dress code is trendy chic, and tickets are $75.
  • Come out on a Saturday to put together lunch bags and distribute a full 1,000 lunches for Chicago's homeless community. While attendance is free, a suggested $10 donation will go a long way in making a greater impact for the organization.
  • Head to The Cabin at Old Irving for an evening of raffles and prizes to support the Chicago Police Marines. By participating in the raffle, 20% of the ring and 50% of the tips will go towards benefiting the organization. The event itself is free.
  • Join Vision Zero Chicago to commemorate World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) with a memorial event to remember millions of people who have been killed and/or injured on the road. Vision Zero Chicago seeks to provide resources to prevent car crashes.
  • Hosted by Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, join a night of networking to learn more about impactful Jewish organizations and how you can provide resources for educational growth. The organization offers workshops and programs for Jewish leaders.
  • The CLA Confab meets monthly to discuss how to improve literacy across Chicago, and this event will have speakers from the organization and open commentary around the theme and question: "What makes reading and writing accessible and enjoyable for everyone?"
  • The National Runway Safeline needs volunteers aged 16+ to spend 2-4 hours a week for 6 months to aid in crisis intervention. A great cause, it helps keep struggling youth off the streets from loving care and support. You will engage in chats, forums, and e-mail communication.
  • The Chicago Lights Tutoring Program has been around for 55 years, helping students hone their math and reading skills, express themselves through art, and enjoy new books from the library to learn what interests them. This orientation session will offer info about the program.