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Volunteer Matching Platforms – Volunteer Banks – Volunteer Social Networks

Online Volunteering – Virtual Volunteering – Home-Based Volunteering

International Volunteer – Volunteering Abroad

Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity and is intended to promote goodness or improve human quality of life. In return, this activity can produce a feeling of self-worth and respect. There is no financial gain involved for the individual. Volunteering is also renowned for skill development, socialization, and fun. Volunteering may have positive benefits for the volunteer as well as for the person or community served. It is also intended to make contacts for possible employment. It is helping, assisting, or serving another person or persons without pay. Many volunteers are specifically trained in the areas they work, such as medicine, education, or emergency rescue. Others serve on an as-needed basis, such as in response to a natural disaster.


The ZaitoonTree initiative was launched to provide an insight on Palestine from a unique angle. The manifesto of the Palestinian cause on the global and local media networks has always been the political instability, poverty, suffering and humanitarian aid. People from the Americas, Europe, Eastern Asia and elsewhere have long looked at Palestine and the Palestinians through the Israeli perspective.

At ZaitoonTree we aim to view Palestine and its people from their own perspective; How it is like to live there, what are the local and international events that take place, what do people do to earn their living and most importantly, how people are living their every day lives under the direct Israeli occupation. All of which is to be discussed online between communities via video conferencing techniques.

 some websites useful in the field of volunteerism

Our mission is to close the gap between intention and action by connecting people, organizations, ideas, and resources.We want to live in a world where all people can lead free and dignified lives.Working with others, in a spirit of generosity and mutual respect, we strive to treat everyone the way we like to be treated.

Our vision is to connect people with communities in need, with a particular focus on vulnerable women and children. We do this by supporting the work of local community organizations in countries through the placement of international volunteers.

As a company of travelers — who have studied, worked, taught, lived and volunteered overseas — we know what a stressful and difficult experience it is to find reliable information about programs abroad. Most people have more information when they buy a TV from Best Buy than when they choose a study or volunteer abroad program. That’s a big risk to take when you’re flying halfway across the world, not to speak of the financial commitment. This was a problem we wanted to solve with Go Overseas.

International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ) is a volunteer travel company focused on providing affordable, responsible and high quality volunteer travel experiences. Established in July 2007, IVHQ has grown to become the world’s leading volunteer travel company, working in 30 countries around the world and placing thousands of volunteers abroad every year.

Our mission is to encourage young people to volunteer for worthwhile work in developing countries. We expect that doing this kind of voluntary work will in time become the norm. As more and more people join us, we aim to create a multi-national community with a passion to serve, to learn, to understand, to teach, to inspire, and to be inspired.

Arab volunteers networks

Our Nakhweh: The first volunteerism and development network for the Arab world…With today’s youth, NGO’s, social entrepreneurs, social activists and socially conscious companies in mind, we have developed our platform to connect people working in the development sector in the Arab world. Our goal is to enable our network to expand opportunities, exchange ideas, share knowledge and to promote and share the positive culture of civic engagement.Today, we are here to help everyone who wants to make a difference in society


Jiwar.org is an online social network for volunteerism and social entrepreneurship presents “volunteer opportunities” which available in organizations and social entities (associations, initiatives, student activities … etc) that operate within Egyptian society to solve its problems and development in all provinces and villages. Our platform relies on a system of “Skills Based Volunteering” where is providing volunteer opportunities require specific skills, and developing his/her skills during volunteer service.

i7san is the first Arabic social network for voluntary activities and culture.

Sharek works through matching volunteering opportunities of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Startups with volunteers from the corporate world automatically through a social platform engaging employees in an enjoyable experience.

“Bawabbet El-Midan” (Square Gate) is an online portal that is designed to be a space where we get to know each other, the initiatives, projects and activities we are working on in order to collaborate and support each other. Not only that, “Bawabbet El-Midan” will also be our common space where we will try to live and adopt the values that we missed a lot.

Nabta is a community of volunteers that connects people and ideas. For civil society to have a greater impact, we believe in looking critically at our methods and including more hands and voices in the development process. We strive to build bridges within civil society by creating virtual and physical spaces for dialogue. We mobilize people to contribute and carry out projects for the public good in public spaces.


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