Where smiling faces make a difference.
There are 3,442 not-for-profit organizations in CapNY. Some serve our locals, some serve those abroad – all of them make a positive impact. Get involved.
United Way of the Greater Capital Region
Whether you’re looking for hands-on or skill-based volunteer experiences, they’ve got the right gig for you.
Group Volunteer Opportunities
Looking for viable group volunteer options? Whether it’s for one day or an ongoing commitment, we can help you find the perfect fit that caters to a cause you care about.
Whether it’s time, goods, or funds – all donations are appreciated. Here are organizations looking for your support.
Your Community Connector
Hey! It’s me, Gabby Fisher! This region has countless nonprofits that work toward making our own community and communities across the globe a better place. Our goal is to provide locals and tourists effective volunteer opportunities to serve CapNY in a meaningful and impactful way.
I’m your resource. Whether you’re an experienced volunteer or don’t know where to start, I can help you get connected!
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