Now more than ever, volunteers are looking for opportunities to give back in unique ways. Since the start of the pandemic, the fear of illness and challenge of commute is more prevalent than ever. Luckily, the digital world has allowed organizations to get creative and offer virtual volunteer opportunities you can do from anywhere. All you need is a computer, internet access, and a little bit of creativity.
You may be under the impression that the only way to give back without meeting in person is to donate food, pre-loved clothing, or money–we are happy to share there are so many other ways! In this article by iReviews, they highlight 30 online opportunities that range in commitment and skill levels. There are organizations like Lifetime Connections Without Walls who hosts virtual classes for the elderly and IMAlive who focuses on suicide prevention. So, remember there are no limitations in the world of volunteering.