When it comes to helping out, would you rather volunteer your services than simply donate money? Choosing a nonprofit to get involved or volunteer at can be overwhelming. That’s why we narrowed down our top nonprofits focused on helping children in
The National Court Appointed Special Advocates Associates vows to make sure that every abused or neglected child has a volunteer advocacy on their side. Being an advocate can be quite involved, but absolutely worth it. You’ll be gathering information about the child’s life to give the judge the most informed decision. You’re basically a child’s superhero.
Process donations, count inventory, and assemble bags to create the perfect backpack for a child who’s in transition.
With multiple programs to choose from, you won’t get bored. Their focus is to ease the transitions for foster children. Gather your friends together and start building care packages, bikes, birthday boxes, or skateboards. They even host community events to take kids shopping or to amusement parks!
Coach a college-bound teenager to success. Communication can be done remote–from email to Skype.
Want a new best friend? Be a Big for a child and brighten up their future. You’re already going to the park on Sundays; take your Little with you.
Are you a Texas musician who wants to give back? Meet and teach a child in foster care and show how music can heal. These children have a 100% graduation rate compared to the national 50% graduation rate.