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Community Service: A Family's Guide to Getting Involved

Community Service: A Family's Guide to Getting Involved

Additional Resources

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Rotary International
http://www.rotary.org
Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

VolunteerMatch
http://www.volunteermatch.org
VolunteerMatch is dedicated to putting you in touch with volunteer organizations in your area. You can enter the name of a group you'd like to know more about, search by your ZIP code, or browse all the available opportunities.

Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance
http://www.give.org
This site offers information on more than 300 charities and whether they meet the Better Business Bureau's standards.

Ronald McDonald House Charities
http://www.rmhc.com
Ronald McDonald House Charities provides comfort and care to families with children in the hospital.

SERVEnet
http://servenet.org
This site contains information on volunteering and community service opportunities.

Youth Venture
http://www.youthventure.org
Youth Venture helps young people develop their own opportunities for leadership through community service organizations, small business ventures, or after-school clubs.

Center for a New American Dream
http://www.newdream.org
This site has a section with ideas on simplifying the holidays and countering the commercialization of our culture.

Habitat for Humanity
http://www.habitat.org
A nonprofit housing organization building simple, decent, affordable housing in partnership with people in need.

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