Virtual volunteering in today’s world includes giving your virtual time and skills. There are many places where you can volunteer virtually. Since COVID-19, nonprofit organizations or NGO’s all over the world have adapted to the virtual world, where many people are working from home, giving their time to organizations and the process is start is pretty simple. Check organizations websites for volunteer applications and submit them to get a call back.
Many organizations give the opportunity to the individual to take part in the organization as a volunteer. I Will Survive, Inc. (IWS) is a top-rated breast cancer charity organization that allows you serve as a volunteer. You can work on various projects, grants, research, social work assistance or patient navigators for resources, host events/classes online, write birthday cards to survivors, and more. Hospital and home visits are on hold currently as well as any in-person events due to the health pandemic. IWS had 2 families impacted with COVID-19 since 2020 and survived. One woman was 83 years of age. Nutritious food was delivered to her while in quarantine for two weeks and family members were advised to stay elsewhere temporarily to reduce the spread.
Individuals impacted with breast cancer are selected through an application process without any discrimination on the basis of sex, class, gender, religion, nationality, background, etc.
VolunteerMatch.com is the main volunteer website to keep updated on new volunteer opportunities. Court ordered volunteer service is accepted at IWS, depending on the crime. IWS always wants to abide by HIPAA and keep patients safe. The majority of volunteers in this need have been minor traffic violations from all over the nation.
There are many other organizations that help you to work as a volunteer and help people with various needs. Volunteers critical time and help is always appreciated.