People with limited time

In today’s fast-paced world, people are increasingly looking for flexible volunteering options that fit in with their busy lifestyles

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Online volunteers contribute to their community or a cause they care about via the internet. Many people prefer to use technology to volunteer as it gives them the flexibility to volunteer anywhere at any time. It also helps to overcome some of the barriers to volunteering such as lack of time, transport and disability.

Volunteering online allows people to use small amounts of spare time effectively. It also gives people the opportunity to get involved with a cause or issue when there are no suitable volunteer options where they live.


Online volunteering

Online volunteering includes:

  • projects to raise awareness, educate or advocate on a specific cause
  • facilitating online discussions via social media and networking sites
  • providing legal and business advice
  • website design, creating online resources, managing news and blogs or participating in online forums
  • fundraising
  • media promotion
  • training and mentoring
  • translating documents
  • researching, writing and editing.

Micro-volunteering: New ways to make a difference!

Lots of people have spare time – moments when they are sitting in airports, waiting for appointments – imagine if these people could be empowered to help out during this time. Anyone with an iPhone, Android phone or laptop could be a potential volunteer.

Micro-volunteering opportunities requires low commitment, doesn't involve scheduling and you as a volunteer can help as many organisations as many times as you like and can. Organisations post micro-volunteering opportunities to mobile phones and computers that can be done remotely and when convenient for the volunteer. It’s volunteering on-the-spot and on-demand.


Volunteering to suit your schedule is only a click away!

Search online volunteer opportunities and micro-volunteering roles today!