• Here you will find Long Island based organizations and additional resources for Community Service opportunities
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  • Greater Long Island Running Club

    by ms Year Published:

    A non-profit that puts on races throughout the year and often requires the help of volunteers. Contact information:

    phone 516.349.7646

    email: glirc@aol.com

    website: www.glirc.org

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  • Island Harvest

    by Island Harvest Year Published:

    Fighting hunger and touching lives, Island Harvest — Long Island’s largest hunger relief organization — serves as the bridge between those who have surplus food and those who need it.


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  • Friends of Karen

    by Friends of Karen Year Published:

    Dedicated to providing emotional, financial and advocacy support to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. We have served children throughout the New York metropolitan area for more than twenty-five years.



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  • Life's WORC

    by Life's WORC Year Published:

    Provides services that facilitate an independent life experience for individuals with developmental disabilities.


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  • Nassau County AHRC Foundation

    by Nassau County AHRC Foundation Year Published:

    The Nassau County AHRC Foundation supports programs that help children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to get the best possible opportunity to learn, grow and succeed.



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  • OneSight

    by OneSight Year Published:

    Nearly every day, OneSight volunteers are helping the world see in their local communities, regions and around the world. Each year, OneSight conducts two-week Clinics in developing countries where our doctors and trained volunteers provide free eye exams and recycled eyewear to thousands of people in need.



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  • The Inn Soup Kitchen

    by The Inn Soup Kitchen Year Published:

    Kitchen - Assist in preparing, serving and clean-up of meal; one day per week; shifts vary in different soup kitchens, Stock and inventory pantry, Sort clothing and help distribute during meal time, Bag groceries or personal care items for distribution to guests



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  • Long Island Volunteer Job Board

    by Long Island Volunteer Job Board Year Published:

    The Long Island Volunteer Job Board was created to serve as a go-between for Long Island New York non-profit charities to connect with Long Islanders looking to donate their time and talents. Volunteer jobs are varied and range from helping out at a local soup kitchen, to assisting seniors, participating in a charity fundraiser or helping to restore a bit of Long Island history by volunteering at a museum.



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  • New York Cares

    by New York Cares Year Published:

    New York Cares was founded by a group of friends who wanted to take action against serious social issues that faced our city in the late 1980s. Finding few options to help, they created their own organization to address the problems from the ground up.

    New York Cares is now the city's largest volunteer organization, running volunteer programs for 1,200 nonprofits, city agencies and public schools. Today's volunteers share our founders' vision that we all have a role to play in making our city a better place.


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  • Serve.gov

    by Serve.gov Year Published:

    Serve.gov is your online resource for not only finding volunteer opportunities in your community, but also creating your own. Use Serve.gov to help you do your part. America’s foundation will be built one community at a time – and it starts with you.


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  • United Way of Long Island

    by United Way of Long Island Year Published:

    United Way of Long Island, together with community partners, is committed to changing lives on Long Island by investing in Improving Access to Health Care Supporting Children and Youth Reducing Hunger Assisting Neighbors in Need


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