The JustServe.org website is ready for volunteers to register and start helping make our community great. It’s easy to register and find projects for individuals, families, groups, youth and adults. If you have a non-profit and are looking for help with a project, you can post it on the site. JustServe provides opportunities to relieve suffering, care for the poor and needy, and enhance the quality of life in the community. JustServe provides cities, schools, churches and non-profits a platform to list volunteer needs and seek volunteers in the community. As volunteers we work side-by-side with others, we learn from each other, and build bridges of mutual understanding.
For the Family – Community service helps young people build skills for family, career and community roles. It encourages young people to develop the positive character traits of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.
For the Community – “We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It’s easy to say “It’s not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.” Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.” — Fred Rogers
How will JustServe work for you?
1.Register on JustServe.org then search for a project in your area. Click “volunteer.” Then go have fun!
2.Identify a project: When you see an opportunity for service, submit the project for approval at JustServe.org/aboutus/
3.Once approved, your project will be placed on the website for volunteers to see.
•The best service opportunities are collaborative – working side-by side with others in the community.
•Humanitarian service opportunities should assist the poor and those in need of a helping hand.
•Community service opportunities should enhance the quality of life in the community.
•JustServe projects should not directly involve volunteers in fund-raising, have a political focus, or be for-profit oriented.
Typical Humanitarian & Community Projects
Parks & Recreation
A Wonderful Resource For:
•Families—activities, family reunions, working with friends & neighbors
•Schools—assist students in finding volunteer opportunities
•Youth Leaders—youth activities, youth conferences, Scouts, Eagle projects
•Singles —dates, service projects
•Seniors —feel a part of the community
•Clergy—unify members of their congregation through service
•Cities—build a stronger sense of community