January Edition: Let's ❤️ Our Community Back
Within our team at GoodAgent.org we strongly believe that the more we give, the happier we feel. When we are doing good for others and the community, we get the gift 🎁 of a natural sense of accomplishment and higher levels of self-confidence. Our role as a volunteer can not only enhance our sense of pride and identity but also reduce stress, help us find friends, increase our reach to the community, help us learn new skills, and so much more.
So we volunteer a lot, and now as part of our Vision for 2019, we want you to Volunteer with us, and this is why we will be publishing a monthly guide to Volunteering in the San Francisco East Bay Area. 🏙
If you have more questions, want us to add your cause on our list, have more recommendations, or would like to be featured with an interview by our Team, shoot us an email at [email protected] or call us directly at 925.899.7779
We are here to serve!
Featured Organizations for the Month of January:
Town of Danville Volunteers
"Opportunities for residents to contribute to their community by volunteering for various events and programs. Volunteers will have the opportunity to discover new interests, meet new people, and develop new skills. Many different opportunities are posted throughout the year for volunteers 12 years and up."
Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area
"Passionate and dedicated to encouraging the unlimited potential in children and adults with Down syndrome throughout the San Francisco Bay Area since 1998." Fill out the form and apply to volunteer to help with various events!
Donor Network West
"Donate Life Ambassadors are the heart and soul of our community program at Donor Network West. Our ambassadors touch the hearts of those in their communities by sharing their story and spreading hope to heal through organ and tissue donation."
Golden State Greyhound Adoption
"All-volunteer nonprofit organization that places retired racing greyhounds in adoptive homes in Northern California, including the San Francisco Bay Area, greater Sacramento area and beyond."
"We are actively seeking volunteers and board members. Some areas where we could use help: Onsite volunteers for 4 hour shifts to help in the food pantry, clothing shed, answer phones, and to share community. Trinity Center serves people who are homeless and those experiencing poverty. The Center is an opportunity for community and a safe place off the street."