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Administration for Children's Services Volunteer Programs
Find out about the Mentor and Family Preservation volunteer programs through the Administration for Children's Services.
Adult Education
Become part of the We Are New York Community Project, and help adults in your community improve their English skills and learn about helpful NYC services.
Art Commission Volunteer Opportunities
Find out how to become a docent at City Hall or Tweed Courthouse by calling 311.
Auxiliary Police
Auxiliary Police provide extra "eyes and ears" for the Police Department by performing uniformed foot, vehicle, and bicycle patrols. They are trained to observe and report conditions requiring the services of the regular police.
Be a Foster Grandparent
Share your time with New York City kids in need.
Brooklyn Public Library Volunteer Opportunities
Download the volunteer application and find out details about how you can help the Brooklyn Public Library.
Commission for the United Nations, Consular Corps, and Protocol Volunteer Opportunities
Find out how to help members of the diplomatic community feel at home in New York City.
Department for the Aging's Volunteer Opportunities
Help visually impaired elderly remain as independent as possible through the Volunteer Support Project.
Department of Corrections Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers for the Department of Correction can help improve the social environment in city jails by providing religious, social, educational, recreational, and other services that connect inmates to the outside world.
Donate Your Phone to Help Combat Domestic Violence
Drop off your old wireless phone at any Verizon Wireless Communications Store in New York City (no matter what brand, with or without a charger), and either phones or cash will be donated to nonprofit domestic violence agencies, including the Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence for distribution to City agencies.
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