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Kern County Directory of Volunteer Opportunities for Homeschooling Families

Volunteer in Kern County

The organizations listed in this resource guide welcome kids and/or families as volunteers.

While there are well over 100 organizations listed we have undoubtedly missed some great opportunities. If you know of any organizations that should be added to this list or if you find broken links or incorrect information please E-mail Diane Flynn Keith.

Kern County Directory
of Volunteer Opportunities for Homeschooling Families

Currently there are no volunteer listings for this county. Try checking a neighboring county for more volunteer opportunities. Check back often!

If you have knowledge of a volunteer opportunity for homeschooling kids of any age, please tell us about it, so that we may help spread the word.

Other Volunteer Resources to Explore

  • Roots and Shoots — Roots & Shoots, a program of the Jane Goodall Institute, is a global network of youth of all ages taking action to improve our world through service learning projects that promote care and concern for animals, the environment and the human community.
  • California Volunteers — The mission of CaliforniaVolunteers is to increase the number and impact of Californians engaged in service and volunteerism. (Office of the Governor)
  • Kids Can Make a Difference — Inspiring kids to end hunger and poverty in their communities, their country, and their world.
  • Adopt A Pet (Find an Animal Shelter near you) — To become a volunteer, make your own volunteer profile. Our system then matches you up with shelters and rescues who contact you directly through our Adopt-a-Pet database. Volunteering is a great way to help pets in need and meet other caring humans like you!
  • World Animal Net Directory (Database of animal protection societies) — World Animal Net receives many requests about volunteer openings in the animal protection movement. Our advice to those seeking voluntary work, is to research the various animal protection organizations and decide which would best suit your philosophical position, talents and capabilities.
  • Volunteer Match (Find a Place to Volunteer) — VolunteerMatch is about people. We are a community that believes in the power of volunteering to enrich our lives and the world around us. We believe that in order to be strong, a community must be constantly evolving, increasingly active and evermore diverse.
  • National Public Lands Day Sites (Volunteer in our National Parks) — Each year, on the fourth weekend in September, volunteers clear trail, remove invasive species and trash, plant native species and restore historic and cultural landmarks. National Public Lands Day is only a success because of the amazing work of the volunteers and land managers who dedicate their time and energy to improving public spaces.

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