Digital Girl, Inc. is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering our communities’ underserved youth, especially girls, to pursue interests in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) with an emphasis on technology and computer science. We have daily after-school programs at schools in Brooklyn and Manhattan in addition to weekend workshops. Volunteers commit to about two hours per week for the after-school programs, and with no recurring commitment in the weekend workshops.
Join us on Sundays from 3-6 pm at Masbia. Brooklyn’s own Kosher soup kitchen has expanded rapidly in the past few months and volunteers are more needed than ever. You can also volunteer Monday–Friday.
Where: 1372 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn
Join us at St. John’s Bread & Life in either the food pantry on Tuesdays from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM or the soup kitchen on Fridays from 6:00 AM – 9:00 AM. St. John’s serves over 2,500 people every week and each helping hand goes a long way. Can’t wait to see you there!
Where: 795 Lexington Ave, Brooklyn
On Mondays 10am – 1pm, volunteers help pack senior bags, help clients select food choices, and restock the pantry at Brooklyn’s largest food pantry – Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger (BSCAH). Volunteers allow BSCAH’s 30,000+ individual clients select their own food to reduce waste and increase agency.
Where: 2010 Fulton Street, Brooklyn
Brooklyn Community Services supports Brooklyn’s most vulnerable residents. Repair the World volunteers tutor K-5th grade students, as well as support special projects.
When: 3-6pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays.
Where: PS 21, 180 Chauncey St., Brooklyn
New York Cares is the largest volunteer network in NYC. Make an impact by selecting from hundreds of opportunities each month. New volunteers attend a quick orientation session that will introduces year-round volunteer opportunities. Repair the World hosts monthly orientations.
When: 6:30 – 7:30pm One Tuesday Every Month
Where: Repair the World Workshop, 808 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn
Interested in learning more about hunger in NYC and around the country and what you can do to make lasting change? Hunger Free America has year-round high-impact opportunities such as connecting low-income families to SNAP (food stamps), WIC, and Summer Meals for kids. If you have a professional skill to offer such as website design or grant writing, we can match you with a soup kitchen or food pantry that needs your help. Check out the website here.
Are you interested in an incredible weekly volunteering opportunity in Brooklyn? Consider attending a tutor orientation to become a reading tutor for Reading Partners NYC! Tutors can spend as little as one hour per week tutoring elementary school students at PS 3 or PS 305 in Brooklyn.
When: There are multiple tutor orientations each week. Find one that works for you here.
Legal Hand volunteers eliminate barriers to legal access for low-income residents by helping community members with laws, rules, and forms that affect daily life out of Legal Hand’s storefront office, run by the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center. The information sessions will teach volunteers how to give legal advice. No prior legal experience is required.
Where: 250 Kingston Ave, Brooklyn