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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.
Become a Mentor
The Administration for Children's Services (ACS) Mentoring Program is designed to meet the needs of older youths in foster care.
NYC Service
NYC Service brings together individuals, corporations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations in order to connect people and facilitate meaningful volunteer opportunities that significantly improve the quality of life in New York City.
For more information on a variety of volunteer opportunities in NYC
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Get Involved - Be an iMentor
If you have the drive to help young people, iMentor provides a fun, flexible, safe, and meaningful way for busy professionals to mentor young people.
Mentoring USA (MUSA)
MUSA serves young people ages 7-15 in public schools and community-based organizations throughout New York City.
New York Cares
New York Cares provides busy New Yorkers a variety of flexibly-scheduled, team oriented volunteer opportunities. The organization provides virtually every volunteer service, including those related to homelessness, hunger, kids, education, seniors and the elderly, HIV/AIDS, the environment, and urban renewal.
New Yorkers for Children
This nonprofit organization works in conjunction with the Administration for Children's Services to provide foster children with comfort, support, and guidance.
Partnership for Parks
Help beautify New York City's parks.
Robin Hood Foundation
Since 1988, Robin Hood has targeted poverty in New York City. Find out how you can volunteer on one of their many projects.
Support for Youth
Learn about the range of resources and programs available to support youth through the Administration for Children’s Services website.
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