Located in the heart of Houston's Museum District, the MFAH is a dynamic cultural complex comprising two gallery buildings, a sculpture garden, visitors center, library, movie theater, gift shop, cafe, two art schools, and two house museums...(more)
Volunteer Opportunities in Houston
Explore dozens of volunteer opportunities in Houston today!
Middle and high school students can find all kinds of volunteer opportunities in Houston. You can work with animals; campaign for a candidate; help deliver services or meals to underserved communities; perform at schools or care facilities; tutor adults or children; or work outdoors with on environmental or conservation issues. Community service is a great way for teens to explore interests and careers and to build the skills necessary for college and beyond.
The Nature Discovery Center aims to ignite life-long curiosity, understanding, and respect for nature through education...(more)
Workshop Houston's mission is to provide youth with creative, technical and educational resources. Our vision is to lay the groundwork for a just society by creating a community that provides youth with support, expanded opportunities and alternative definitions of success...(more)
Aishel House provides visiting patients and their families with extensive, caring support. From transportation and warm meals to comfortable accommodations, child-care assistance, and personal counseling, Aishel House reaches out to everyone - regardless of race, color or creed...(more)
Cypress Assistance Ministries is a faith-based organization that serves individuals and families in financial crisis, those on the brink of homelessness, the elderly, the unemployed and anyone that needs hope for a better future...(more)
The mission of the Houston Museum of Natural Science shall be to preserve and advance the general knowledge of natural science; to enhance in individuals the knowledge of and delight in natural science and related subjects; and to maintain and promote a museum of the first class...(more)
Student volunteers under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Students should contact the Volunteer Coordinator at least 24 hours in advance of when they would like to volunteer...(more)
HALTER, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that uses animals to work with children. We specialize in working with special needs children. We offer a variety of programs and actively participate in our community. We offer programs for scouts, riding lessons, Spring Break and Summer riding camps...(more)
Easter Seals Greater Houston provides a variety of needed services to individuals of all ages with all types of disabilities and their families in the greater Houston area and surrounding counties. We are the only organization in the greater Houston area providing comprehensive services to individuals with all types of disabilities and their families...(more)
The Beacon is a non-profit organization that serves the Houston homeless community through daily services, civil legal aid, counseling and mentoring and access to housing. Our mission is to provide essential and next-step services to restore hope and help end homelessness in Houston...(more)
The Volunteer Services Department at Texas Children's Hospital is committed to maintaining an active program of support, compassion and quality service for the community of children and families we serve, as well as the staff of Texas Children's Hospital, while providing meaningful and challenging opportunities for those who volunteer...(more)
The Houston Zoo connects communities with animals to inspire action to save wildlife and is committed to being a leader in the global effort to save animals in the wild. We are home to over 6,000 permanent residents (our animals) for whom we provide the highest standard in animal care. ..(more)
MECA is a community-based non-profit organization committed to the healthy development of underserved youth and adults through arts and cultural programming, academic excellence, support services, and community building...(more)
The Alzheimer's Association is planning on holding a young adult symposium. Learn about the impact of Alzheimer's disease and career paths in medicine, science, and the nonprofit sector. Receive credit for volunteer hours and talk with medical students, physicians, and nonprofit managers!..(more)
A sidewalker's job is to maintain awareness of the rider and give physical support as needed. Leader's job is to maintain awareness and when appropriate control the horse. Volunteers must be at least 14 years old to participate in lessons. Younger volunteers may participate in opportunities outside the arena with parental supervision...(more)
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