Apply to Work with Feeding South Dakota

Feeding South Dakota is currently accepting applications for the position of Rapid City Food Security Manager to work with the Rapid City Food Bank. Applications are due January 31, at 12:00 p.m. Click on the application here!

Apply for the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis – Katherine Dunham Internship

The Regional Arts Commission of St Louis (RAC) is now accepting applications for the Katherine Dunham Internship during the 2017 spring semester (January – May). The Katherine Dunham Internship is a 16-week learning opportunity designed to prepare students who have been historically under-represented in the field of arts administration for careers in the nonprofit arts […]

Susan G. Komen Missouri Internship Opportunity

Susan G. Komen Missouri is a nonprofit that works to save lives and end breast cancer by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all, and energizing science to find the cure. Komen Missouri is looking for an Events and Fundraising intern to provide support to and complete development tasks in the Greater St. Louis office. Internship hours are […]

Join Cycle St. Louis: Cycling of All Ages and Abilities

Cycle St. Louis is a group of nonprofit organizations and individuals who come together to create cycling opportunities for children and adults of all abilities in the St. Louis Metro area. Join Cycle St. Louis for a fun morning on Saturday, April 9 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Grant’s Farm (10501 Gravois Road, St. Louis). This […]

Paid Summer Internship Opportunity at Open Space Council in St. Louis

The Open Space Council is offering a paid intern position for this summer. The intern will assist with the implementation of Open Space Council programs and projects with an emphasis on Operation Clean Stream and helping with an online silent auction. Candidates should possess a strong interest in the nonprofit sector and land/water conservation. The internship is June […]

Apply to AAFA-STL Rising Leaders Program

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, St. Louis Chapter (AAFA-STL) is seeking qualified individuals from the St. Louis area to be a part of its Rising Leaders program. The program is for young professionals who are passionate about health care initiatives, interested in making an impact in the St. Louis asthma and allergy community, and […]

Volunteer to Help with Missouri Flood Relief

All Hands Volunteers, a disaster relief non-profit organization, is looking for volunteers to help the hundreds of St. Louis families whose homes were damaged by the flood waters. This disaster relief will occur every Tuesday through Sunday until March 15. Meet at the United Methodist Church in Eureka at 8:00 a.m. and work until 4:00 p.m. Tools, safety […]

Campaign Organizer Jobs Available with Impact

Impact is a nonprofit that runs campaigns in states to positively change the environment, democracy and the future. It is made up of a team of passionate people making an impact on issues such as global warming, clean water, and big money’s influence over democracy. Impact is now accepting applications to join the team in […]

Assist with HavenHouse’s Old Newsboys Campaign

HavenHouse is looking for 3 – 4 volunteers to help with the Old Newsboys campaign, a charitable project run by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The Old Newsboys campaign will take place on Thursday, November 19 from 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. (two shifts: 6:00 – 7:30 and 7:30 – 9:00). Volunteers will sell newspapers at a designated selling location […]

Apply to AVODAH’s Jewish Service Corps

Applications to AVODAH’s 2017-2018 Jewish Service Corps are now open. AVODAH is looking for young adults ages 21-26 interested in Judaism, social justice and developing leadership skills. The Jewish Service Corps is a one-year program that involves working full time for a nonprofit centered around issues such as immigration, hunger, public health, and more. This program is […]

Rock ‘n’ Roll St. Louis Half Marathon — Volunteers Needed

Volunteer for the Rock ‘n’ Roll St. Louis Half Marathon the weekend of Oct. 16-18! The Rock ‘n’ Roll St. Louis Half Marathon, 10K, and 5K will serve over 10,000 runners this year and organizers are in need of volunteers at the individual and group level to help throughout the weekend at the Expo, Saturday 5K and the main […]

STEM Resources Needed! ASCEND Enrichment Program

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (AKA)’s St. Louis chapter (Omicron Eta Omega) is seeking a STEM resource, who would be interested in teaching STEM principles (such as robotics or designing a website) to a group of 10-15 teenage girls and boys. AKA was founded in 1908 on a mission to cultivate and encourage high scholastic […]

United Way Student Grant Program Supports Student Groups

The United Way Student Grant Program awards one-time grants – up to $1,000 each – to provide financial support for student-led community service projects within the greater St. Louis region. Student applicants can apply for the grant in collaboration with service organizations including, but not limited to: student clubs, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and religious […]

Help Package 300,000 Meals To Feed The Hungry

On Friday, October 16, 2015, St. Louisans will join together to participate in St. Louis World Food Day 2015, an annual food-packaging event providing nutritious meals to hungry children and families living locally and internationally. Packaging Partners register for a one-hour packaging session and their registration fees ($10 students/educators; $20 adults), along with sponsorships and […]

Guardian Angel Settlement – Angel Boutique Volunteers

Help struggling families and individuals in St. Louis meet basic needs during any available afternoon or morning by volunteering at the Angel Boutique, opening at 2700 Cherokee Street on October 5, 2015. The Boutique is in need of dependable, regular volunteers to staff the store and generate money to fund our services. The Angel Boutique […]

GreenCorps Accepting Senior Applicants for Class of 2017

Green Corps is looking for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our time. In Green Corps’ yearlong paid program, graduates will get intensive training in the skills needed to make a difference in the world. Get hands-on experience fighting to solve urgent environmental problems — climate change, deforestation, water […]

Sukkot Brunch to “Turn the Tables on Food Justice”

WashU students and young alumni are invited to attend a “Turn the Tables on Food Justice” Potluck Brunch this Sunday, September 27 on the Danforth campus, hosted by Repair the World. As the Jewish community prepares to welcome Sukkot, the Jewish Harvest Festival, bring a dish to share and take time to learn about and […]

Honeysuckle Hack with the Open Space Council of St. Louis

Open Space Council’s Operation Wild Lands (OWLs) prepares citizen volunteers of all ages to restore and maintain public lands throughout the St. Louis region.  These trained volunteer land stewards assist with the proactive management of public open space to improve wildlife habitat and nature-related outdoor recreation. Each fall, OWLs take part in “Honeysuckle Hack.” Volunteers […]

Volunteers Needed to Weatherize Homes with EnergyCare

EnergyCare helps low-income St. Louisans struggling to stay warm in winter and cool in summer by providing a range of practical heating, cooling and energy saving services. The organization is currently seeking volunteer groups (6 – 60 volunteers) from October to February to help us get the homes of vulnerable, low-income families ready for the winter […]