Tucson Volunteer Opportunities

Want to volunteer to an organization specific to Tucson? Here are a list of a few local Tucson, Arizona organizations who are looking for volunteers.

Volunteer Match: A central website that can match you with volunteer opportunities around you. 

All For Good: Search for events, projects and organizations near you from volunteer sites all around the web.

Meals on Wheels: Deliver meals to vulnerable adults. 

Feeding America: Donate money or volunteer your time and talent at a local food bank.

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona: Volunteer your time to bring food and other services to individuals in Southern Arizona. 

Tucson Parks and Recreation Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteer to assist with Park Maintenance, the Reid Park Zoo, and other Recreation Centers around Tucson. 

Habitat for Humanity Tucson: Volunteer opportunities in construction work, home repair efforts, administrative assistance, or helping out at the HabiStore. Other volunteer opportunities include board service, joining a volunteer committee, and becoming a family partner.

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona: Donate your time to fight for quality education, financial stability, and healthy communities for persons in Tucson and Southern Arizona. 

Tucson Clean and Beautiful: Be part of the solution to plant, recycle, and clean up the community.

Tucson Wildlife Center: Volunteer your time with rescues and releases, medicating and feeding animals, and cleaning enclosures and facilities. 

National Alliance on Mental Illness: Volunteer your time with the Southern Arizona Chapter to bring education and awareness to mental illness.

Children’s Museum: Volunteers are needed for their Tucson and Oro Valley locations.

Ben’s Bells: The mission of Ben’s Bells is to teach individuals and communities about the positive impacts of intentional kindness and to inspire people to practice kindness.

Felicia’s Farm: Each week, Felicia’s Farm donates an average of 700 pounds of produce and 170 dozen eggs to a local soup kitchen, helping 1,300 very low income and/or homeless people have better food to eat. Felicia’s Farm can only continue with your help.

Primavera Foundation: The Primavera Foundation provides pathways out of poverty through safe, affordable housing, workforce development, and neighborhood revitalization.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona: Their mission is to improve the lives of pets and people who love them. There are many ways you can help including volunteering your time.