Want to volunteer, but unable to commit to the time or physical volunteering Then virtual volunteering is for you.
Give as little or as much time as your commitments allow. 


Check out some of the opportunities bellow: 


Prince's Trust are currently looking for e-mentors to support young people on their online Enterprise programme. Mentors are needed to help young people explore if starting a business is right for them. Although some business knowledge is helpful, the role focuses on motivating and supporting your mentee and you will receive full training and a dedicated point of contact. 


The United Nations Volunteers [UNV] programme contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide. Online volunteering allows organisations and volunteers to team up to address sustainable development challenges, anywhere in the world, from any device. They are currently looking for people to: design leaflets and posters for a UNICEF project of adolescents development, translate English to Korean for a project focusing on strengthening Health Care in Bolivia and write some project proposals for the Refugee’s Welfare Association, and research possible donors for Soccer Balls for kids in Africa with the Youth Press and Development Org – you name it, they’ve got it. 


Zooniverse have a global community who help them do what they do. The main ways of volunteering with them are helping them with classifications on data, being a beta tester on projects they've yet to launch, and being a moderator for a project. 


Other microvolunteering projects 

  • SkillsForChange - skilled microvolunteering 

  • fCancer - donate skills to cancer charities by the hour 

  • Citizen science volunteering From astronomy to zoology, wildlife surveys to exploring diaries from the First World War – if you have a passion or a curious mind there should be a project to suit you