Earth Day may only come once a year, but these celebrities show us how to give back like it’s Earth day, every day! Do more than be inspired by their work and have a hands on celebration of your own. Each celebrity is paired with a nonprofit doing work for the environment that you can support.
Whether you have your own zoo back home or need some more animal loving in your life, volunteer with animals and your mood will be instantly lifted. Here’s a collection of places you can snuggle animals and give back at the same time.
Are you looking for a place to volunteer in Denver? Hear from people who have already volunteered or interned in Denver about what nonprofits they love and why.
In 2014, there were 415,129 kids in foster care. These children were pulled from all types of situations and asked to leave behind everything they’d ever known.
Not only does volunteering increase your happiness, but it allows you to make a difference in someone else’s life. The benefits don’t stop there though, it gets even better.
Giving back can seriously help out your career.
Volunteering experience adds an edge to your resume and can hook you up with valuable connections. Check out these five ways that it can give your career a boost.
So the day we’ve all been waiting for is here! #GivingTuesday – a national movement and brainchild of the 92nd Street Y– The idea is to create a daylong national... Read More
The summer months certainly flew by. Suddenly we are faced with the usual barrage of “Back-to-School” sales, lists of school supplies to buy, and getting... Read More
In a recent blog post, Helping Kids Make a Difference, we covered simple ways to get kids involved in philanthropy and giving – ideas as simple as a peanut butter and... Read More
Amid the woods and swamps of rural Citrus Country, Fla., Mission in Citrus—a small nonprofit offering homeless shelters and services—has garnered a whopping 178 reviews... Read More
The World Of Corporate Giving Has Changed Did you know that: Less than 6% of the $320 Billion that is donated annually to North American charities is done online. Less... Read More
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. I’m still rounding up stray pine needles stuck in the rug and eating the few remaining arms and legs of broken gingerbread... Read More
Pine trees. Gilded glass ornaments. Big gold boxes wrapped with shiny red ribbons. The image of the holidays we have is one of people cozying up next to the... Read More
Most of us reach a point in our careers where we need a new challenge. A little change once in a while spices up our lives and motivates our work. What better way to... Read More
Typhoon Haiyan has left millions of families and children in need in the Philippines. As many as 2.5 million people require assistance. In this video, the Governor of... Read More
By Brad Jamison: contributing writer and founder of Good Citizen. Back-to-school time is an annual reminder of the many service opportunities we have to help ensure... Read More
“America is another word for opportunity.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson This Independence Day, take the opportunity to thank those who dedicate themselves to the... Read More
Gandhi once said that, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” An interesting new study written about by UC... Read More
When was the last time you checked in on a neighbor? Been awhile? According to a new survey published in Atlantic Monthly, you aren’t alone. The survey showed... Read More
Feel like you don’t have the time to volunteer? A study published in Psychological Science revealed that... Read More
Can you think of a local nonprofit in your city? Can you guess how many nonprofits are near you? We decided to do an experiment: we walked around our San Francisco Bay... Read More