volunteer

The following Robin Hood grantees have select volunteer opportunities available. Please visit the respective websites, to learn about their work, and parameters of the volunteer programs.

Yorkville Common Pantry serves over two million meals per year in East Harlem at the city's only food pantry open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
http://www.ycp.org/volunteer.html

Food Bank distributes 68 million pounds of food to approximately 1,200 emergency and community food programs.
http://www.foodbanknyc.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer

Doe Fund provides housing and transitional work for homeless men who have histories of addiction and incarceration.
Email
Madeline Kaye.

Association to Benefit Children provides pre-school programs, housing and medical services and crisis intervention to 3,000 families with children in East Harlem, most of whom suffer from mental and physical disabilities.
http://www.a-b-c.org/volunteer.htm

Part of the Solution operates a soup kitchen and food pantry for 1,300 people a day in the Bronx providing social services, a Single Stop site and a small men’s shelter.
Email Kimberly Roginski.

GO Project offers Saturday tutoring and mentoring and an academically focused summer program to high-poverty, low performing children in grades kindergarten through five.
http://www.goprojectnyc.org/get-involved/volunteer-opportunities

City Harvest links the food industry and countless organizations, foundations, corporations and private citizens together to help feed their hungry neighbors. City Harvest helps feed the more than one million New Yorkers that face hunger each year.
http://www.cityharvest.org/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities

Upwardly Global works to eliminate employment barriers for skilled immigrants and refugees and integrate this population into the professional U.S. workforce.
http://www.upwardlyglobal.org/volunteers/volunteer-opportunities/become-a-volunteer

HOPE Program empowers New Yorkers to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment and by blending vocational, education, and social services. 
http://www.thehopeprogram.org/get-involved

Center for Employment Opportunities provides immediate, effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women with recent criminal convictions.
Email Gabrielle Breslow.

Fortune Society Supports successful reentry from prison and promotes alternatives to incarceration.
http://fortunesociety.org/get-involved/volunteer/

iMentor improves the lives of high school students from underserved communities through evidence-based, technology-enabled mentoring.
http://www.imentor.org/become-a-mentor

Reading Partners is dedicated to transforming struggling young readers into confident readers who are excited about learning through one-on-one instruction.
http://www.readingpartners.org/volunteer