This collection of links contains useful information about volunteering and volunteers at County of Marin.
10,000 Degrees Academic Support
10,000 Degrees understands setting a college-going mindset starts early. That’s why our staff work directly with local elementary and middle school students to help make sure they can envision a pathway to college. We deliver the following real-world, interactive support to encourage the next generation to embrace their futures and make their college dreams come true.
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The American Red Cross through, its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in times of need. For details contact 415-721-2368
Beach House/A Home Away From Homelessness
The Beach House offers children and youth from Marin and San Francisco the chance to spend an afternoon in the Marin Headlands. Volunteers must be 21+, complete training and background check.
Canal Alliance - Developing self-sufficiency and leadership for a healthier community
Provides services to incarcerated individuals and their families at county jails.
City of San Rafael Volunteers
Our purpose is to develop volunteers within City government and to partner with neighborhood and community groups to build a better San Rafael.
Civic Center Volunteers
We engage the energies of civic-minded individuals in County of Marin roles that help the community thrive. In this award-winning program, volunteers contribute skills and student interns learn by doing. We welcome your interest.
Conservation Corps North Bay
Our mission is to develop the youth of Marin and Sonoma counties by providing meaningful employment, education and training opportunities through projects that conserve natural resources, deliver human services and respond to public emergency.
County of Marin Parks Volunteers
This organization facilitates in the stewardship of County Park lands by encouraging community involvement through offering diverse and innovative volunteer opportunities.
Fairfax Volunteers! is a town-sponsored group whose mission is to foster good will in the Town of Fairfax through implementation of a Volunteer Program that will meet town and community needs. Please join us in making Fairfax a better place to be today...
Provide transitional housing, skill development and support services for homeless single parents or at risk of being homeless families.
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
Our mission is to provide local families with a springboard to secure, stable futures through affordable homeownership, financial literacy and neighborhood revitalization. We are currently building 10 single-family, 3-bedroom, homes just two blocks from downtown Novato. For information on becoming a homeowner or volunteering see our website.
Halleck Creek Ranch
Since 1977, Halleck Creek Ranch has helped people with disabilities live a life without barriers through therapeutic horseback riding, which is a valuable form of physical and mental therapy, as well as an effective way for people with disabilities to access rugged terrain. Come join a very special program, where children and adults with disabilities engage with dedicated volunteers and gentle horses for therapy and recreation.
Homeward Bound of Marin
Homeward Bound of Marin is the county's largest nonprofit provider of shelter and services to homeless families and individuals, offering emergency and transitional housing along with job training, counseling, education and referrals in 10 residential programs.
Jewish Family & Children's Services
JFCS provides comprehensive services to the entire community including counseling for individuals, couples & families, financial assistance, information & referral, support for people with disabilities, and volunteer opportunities. For comprehensive assistance to seniors, see Seniors-At-Home.
LITA (Love is the Answer)
LITA matches volunteers with the lonely and isolated elderly living in skilled nursing, residential care and retirement residence facilities for one-to-one weekly visits.
Marin AIDS Project
HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C services in English and Spanish. Services include information and referral; speakers; harm reduction and prevention services; needle exchange; HIV testing; HIV home-based health care;case management; benefits advocacy; mental health counseling; psychiatric evaluation; HIV emergency financial assistance; an HIV oral health program; transportation assistance; volunteer support services; the Reconnect Group and a Positively Social group.
Marin Community Clinics
Marin Community Clinics is a medical home for over 30,000 uninsured and low-income children, adults and seniors in Marin who cannot afford insurance or private health care, providing primary health care including dentistry, chronic disease management, reproductive health for women and men, obstetrics and gynecology at four locations: Greenbrae - 250 Bon Air Rd., San Rafael - 3110 Kerner Blvd. and 3260 Kerner Blvd., and Novato - 6100 Redwood Blvd.
Connecting children to nature by cultivating healthy bodies and minds and fostering future generations of environmental stewards. By farming, cooking, caring for animals and exploring wilderness and the coast, Slide Ranch teaches about the connection between health, a healthy food system and a healthy environment.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Free breakfast and a hot lunch available daily and limited funds for emergency shelter, medicine, food and/or transportation distributed on a need basis.
The Marine Mammal Center
The Marine Mammal Center is a nonprofit veterinary hospital, research and educational center dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of ill and injured marine mammals - mostly seals and sea lions - and to the study of their health. The hospital is open to the public.
The Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary
The Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems by inspiring and educating our community, with a focus on youth, and by emphasizing conservation initiatives related to our Sanctuary on Richardson Bay.
WildCare is a nature education and wildlife rehabilitation center in San Rafael, whose aim is to help our community peacefully coexist with wildlife. Every year we share the wonders of nature with more than 40,000 school children and rehabilitate nearly 4,000 wild patients in our rehabilitation hospital. Come be a part of this wonderful organization!