We are anonprofit volunteer management organization. We address community needs by coordinating volunteer opportunities for individuals from all walks of life. We partner with a wide range of community service organizations and government agencies to tackle issues like homelessness, hunger, education, animal welfare, environmental challenges, and so much more.
Whether you're interested in one-time volunteer opportunities or making a long-term commitment, we have a way for YOU to give back to your community.
Habitat Greater Fresno Area
Spring Clean Up Days!
Saturday, April 27th
Saturday, May 4th
8:45am - 12:00pm
Project Locations in Fresno
Specific meeting locations will be sent closer to the project date.
A great weekend volunteer opportunity for families, companies, groups and individuals to complete beautification projects throughout the community! Volunteers must be 7 years or older. Volunteers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Join Habitat Greater Fresno Area staff and volunteers to build our community through minor beautification projects! Projects may include painting, basic landscaping/gardening, clean up and more! Specific age-appropriate tasks will be assigned to youth attending the volunteer event.
Volunteers will help with projects, build community with each other, and support Habitat Greater Fresno Area's mission of building safe, affordable shelter!
The Star Spangled Ball is one of our most important fundraisers. The funds collected go back to serving our central valley veterans. Central Valley Veterans step in when there is a need that other community resources can't help due to policy. We might help get a veteran's lights turned back or pay for emergency vehicle repairs. Help us to help them.
Volunteers needed to help with event set up - decoration
Volunteers needed to help with event clean up
Volunteers needed to help sell tickets
Skilled marketing volunteers welcome!
The Stand Down is an annual event started to help connect homeless veterans to resources to get them off the streets. The event is open to all active military, veterans, reservists, and national guard. The event allows homeless veterans to camp out for the duration of the event. They are fed three meals a day and have access to showers, hair cuts, clothing, dental services, flu shots, and eye exams. Attendees are connected to resources in the community on housing, education, mental health services, health services, VA benefits, and more.
Volunteers are needed September 16th to help with event set up.
Volunteers are needed throughout the event to help with event logistics such as trash collection and security.
Volunteers are needed to help with food prep and serving
Volunteers are needed to help sort clothing
Skilled volunteers with guard cards or off duty/retired law enforcement officers are requested to help with site security in the evenings and to help with traffic control.
Volunteers skilled in fundraising and marketing welcome!