Volunteer Opportunities for Teens
Marin Museum of Bicycling is a premier bicycle history museum and cultural center in Fairfax, California.
A gathering place for seniors, children and young adults featuring programs in art, games, yoga, literature, technology and more... sometimes together, sometimes separately.
LITA Marin improves the quality of life for persons living in long-term care facilities throughout Marin County by providing volunteer visitors
Marin County Parks offers for public use and enjoyment an extensive system of regional and community parks, open space preserves, and trails.
The River Otter Ecology Project engages the public in supporting conservation and restoration by linking river otter recovery to the health of our watersheds through education, research, and community science.
Marin Headlands Institute TEEM is a paid environmental education internship and leadership program for San Francisco and Marin high school students. TEEM interns gain first-hand knowledge about the field of environmental education through field trips, one-on-one mentorships with our professional educators, and by leading interactive activities with our elementary school participants.
Marin Audubon works to protect wildlife habitat in Marin, sometimes stepping in to buy land that is slated for development.
Volunteering is a great way to take part in Runyon Up and there are plenty of tall tasks we need help with on event day! We're looking for enthusiastic and reliable volunteers to help out with everything from set-up and breakdown to cheering on participants as they climb the stairwell of Salesforce Tower on Sunday, October 21, 2018.
Project Awareness and Special Sports creates an inclusive, supportive environment for individuals with developmental delays and learning challenges allowing them to participate in community-based sports and recreational programs.
Recreation, Education and Community, Inc. brings the maximum number of people with developmental disabilities into recreational activities, local events, and philanthropic service, thereby empowering them and helping them find a place in the larger community.
Cedars has supported individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead creative, productive, joyous lives.
Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center is a non-profit therapeutic equestrian program creating a supportive and dynamic environment to enhance the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Enriching Lives through Music (ELM) enriches the lives of over 120 students from the largely Latino immigrant Canal neighborhood of San Rafael, California through free and intensive music programs.
The Children’s Creativity Museum you will have the chance to gain first-hand experience working in a museum environment and see what happens behind the scenes.