#VolunTweet

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What is #VolunTweet?

#VolunTweet is a new way to talk about volunteer opportunities via social media.  Follow #VolunTweet on Twitter to see all of the opportunities – it’s one more way to connect good people with good causes!

How are #VolunTweet opportunities chosen?

VolunteerMatch #VolunTweets are volunteer opportunities that nonprofits have posted to VolunteerMatch, but anyone can post a #VolunTweet if you have a great opportunity to share. For now, #VolunTweets are national – virtual opportunities, so anyone that sees them on Twitter can potentially sign up to volunteer, even from across the world.

What is a virtual volunteer opportunity?

A virtual volunteer opportunity is any task that you can perform from anywhere for a nonprofit.  The Internet has made the sky the limit in terms of how you can help remotely, from Web design, translation, accounting, crowdsourced micro-volunteering, or even mentoring from afar.  Virtual volunteering makes it easier for volunteers to squeeze service into their lives and easier for nonprofits to recruit the help they need.

I work for a nonprofit – how do I post a virtual volunteer opportunity?

Good news – posting volunteer listings on VolunteerMatch is quick, easy and free.  Just head to this page and register your organization. When you’re describing your opportunity’s location, be sure to click the option indicating it’s a virtual volunteer activity.  Then you can link to your volunteer opportunity on Twitter as a #VolunTweet!

How do I search for virtual volunteer opportunities on VolunteerMatch?

Finding ways to help from home or abroad is as easy as a click!  In the green search box on the VolunteerMatch home page click the box to “Search for Virtual Opportunities.”  Type in keywords according to your interests and browse all your virtual options.

2 thoughts on “#VolunTweet

  1. We are a 501 (c ) (3) nonprofit and we are starting a mentoring prisoners project where we assign volunteer mentors to actually go into the prison to begin the mentoring process with men and/or women who are going to be released in 90 days. We follow up after they are released for a minimum of a year. We assist them in making adjustments to their re-enter the Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. We do this by helping them to be job ready, counseling, finding affordable housing, etc. We are looking to place a minimum of 30 volunteers.

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