Volunteers can help lead workshops and seminars for Tierra associates, participate in campus clean-up days, gather new art supplies for artists in Tierra’s Careers in the Arts program, set up and greet guests at special events (such as the golf tournament or tile workshops), and explore serving on Tierra’s Board of Directors.

Help with various charity and community event projects. We do an annual 1-5K event each year that focuses on children and we always need help before the event and on the day of the event.

Braille Challenge is a national braille reading and writing competition for students in first through twelfth grades in the United States and Canada. The program encourages and rewards braille literacy, and a large number of volunteers are required. While digital tools are helpful, braille is the gold standard and critically important for academic achievement in…

Join KYCC to clean up our neighborhood and make it more livable for our community members. We can’t do it alone and need your help! Every year, KYCC removes thousands of bags of trash from our neighborhood to improve the quality of life for our residents, keeping trash out of our oceans and building a…

Support underserved children who need to catch up with reading and math, post pandemic! Tutor online afterschool to get students caught up with reading and math!

Volunteers lead our Conversations Cafe every Friday with our adult ESL students. As a volunteer you will lead an activity with a small group of adult students tailored around various conversation topics, activities’ and games. Our goal is to empower our English adult learners to have the confidence and knowledge to be successful in learning…

Our goal is to create a climate that encourages learning and academic success to help our students build the skills and confidence to succeed.Sign up to tutor one on one during afterschool hours twice a week Monday-Friday

Be a champion for food access to all by volunteering. Help us sort and distribute fresh produce to students and families from PUENTE from Boyle Heights and beyond.

Be amongst the hustle and bustle of a farmers’ market while connecting with community members dropping off their food scraps. You’ll be monitoring for contamination of non-compostable materials, assisting with logging drop-off metrics, and generally being a welcoming compost host! You’ll be stationed at the LA Compost booth under a pop-up canopy within the farmers’…

Compost Hub Support volunteers can anticipate getting moderately dirty and sweaty, but loving every minute. You will enjoy chatting with your Compost Manager and fellow volunteers while turning a compost pile or bin. These events take place at our network of sites which include LA County’s most cherished green spaces including community gardens, urban farms,…

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