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There are still plenty of organizations that need your Service assistance this March. From helping animals to coding for charities, there are so many unique Service projects that need your talents and skills now more than ever. 

Here are this month’s selection of organizations where your help is needed:

  1. Send Letters to Show Support for Those on the Front Lines Through Operation Gratitude  

Want to express gratitude to the people that work on the front lines? Operation Gratitude has people like you write thank you notes to everyday heroes. Register through their website, write a letter, and send it off to them, they’ll make sure the hero gets it!

  1. Code for Charities Using Donate:Code

If you enjoy coding then look no further than Donate:Code for your next service project. This organization matches you up with charities and other groups that need your skills. Register on their website and find a charity that you care about and who can use your time and talent. 

  1. Giving Coaching to Low-Income High School Students with Upchieve

Just pass their math or science certification quiz and you can help students by tutoring them in different subjects. The average session lasts about forty minutes and your help usually goes towards their homework or an assignment. Plus, Upchieve will provide you with a coaching guide.  

  1. Help Animals in Shelters from Home with The Humane Society 

COVID-19 has made it extremely difficult to find in person Service opportunities, so working with animals seems out of the question. With The Humane Society, however, they need volunteers to manage their phone bank. If you’re based in the US, all you have to do is place phone calls to advocate for and spread awareness of the animals in the shelter!

  1. Learn to be a Great Volunteer Leader with Key Club

Key Club is a great resource to help you get involved with a volunteer project. All clubs are student led meaning that you can pick the right service project for you. Work together with friends to submit your own service project or choose one of many examples on their website to replicate within your own community!

  1. Make Masks for Those in Need through

COVID is still impacting many around the world so why not try and help others by making masks for those on the front line. Your masks will go towards people working at homeless shelters, food projects, and other programs to help combat homelessness. All you need to do is register with VolunteerCrowd, then start making masks!