Welcome to Opp-Guide.com
Want to volunteer but do not know where? Need community service hours for school?
Organize a beach clean up. Tutor foster kids. Volunteer at the local animal shelter. The Opp-Guide helps high school students find the best community service opportunities in your neighborhood. Search nearby community service organizations by zip code, category, keyword and map results to personalized community service with your interests in mind. Just download the Opp-Guide App here.
We have partnered with All for Good to provide a national database which gives youth local results for community service success. Search it and service it. Map out your community service in one quick and easy search to your current location at a place you like. The Opp-Guide is a national community service directory with the local results that students like.
Our Guide takes the stress out of finding service opportunities that you will like! Love theatre? Be an usher at the local playhouse. Have a heart for children? Give some TLC to the kids who need it most through a children’s agency. Hate to see the homeless on the street? Serve them up a meal at the local homeless shelter.
10 hours, 50 hours. How are you going to do it all? Do you even know where to start? The Opp-Guide is going to help you find community service ideas that suit you and that you will enjoy. We provide that critical link between service opportunities, organizations, and nonprofits and you so that you can find service opportunities that really inspire you and circumstances that actually make you want to help! Opportunities you would love to spend your free Sundays doing, ones that won’t bore you to death, maybe even something you could do with a friend, or a boy or girlfriend.
So….search and serve today!
We would like to give special thanks to Youth Service America (YSA), Northern Trust, Do Something.org, at15 Challenge,All for Good, Simplikate, Ashoka’s Youth Venture and GenerationOn supporting The Opp-Guide. We are a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and welcome all contributions which are tax deductible.
Mission: The I Care I Cure Foundation supports the development of, and raises public awareness about, cutting-edge, targeted therapies for childhood cancer, so that the treatment of childhood cancer will be gentler and more tolerable.
“Quicksand”, a film by 17-year-old Pinecrest senior Lance Oppenheim, will be shared nationally Oct. 21 on PBS’s Local, USA Program. The film features Oppenheim’s late grandfather, who while battling Alzheimer’s tries to retrieve forgotten memories.
PBS Network has selected his short film “quicksand” to air as part of its first episode of its new series Local, USA. The film, which depicts the young filmmaker’s aging grandfather’s battle with Alzheimer’s, will air on Oct. 21, 2013 PBS-Dates-Times (See PBS Dates & Times) as part of a nationally televised, 13-week series featuring fascinating stories of diverse people culled by the producers from various sources across the country.