Download our free, comprehensive guide of volunteering and giving opportunities at nonprofits around Orange County for the 2014 holiday season.
OneOC Days of Service unite individuals, families, service clubs, businesses and faith-based organizations in volunteerism throughout the year. Find out how you can make a difference with five signature events to choose from.
AmeriCorps programs do more than move communities forward–they serve their members by creating jobs and providing pathways to opportunity for young people entering the workforce. Individuals can join OneOC through an AmeriCorps fellowship, and non-profits can benefit by hosting an AmeriCorps member at their site.
There are thousands of nonprofits in Orange County. Each and every one of these nonprofits requires board leadership to change and strengthen our communities. Board members play a vital role.
As community leaders, businesses play a vital role in mobilizing individuals and communities into action. OneOC helps businesses define their role in creating a better Orange County.
RSVP is a free, members-only national service association for people 55+. OneOC is host to the Orange County RSVP program, matching over 1,300 retired and senior volunteers to local nonprofits where they make a meaningful contribution through their skills and talents.
The Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Luncheon provides an annual forum and non-competitive opportunity to recognize individual, group and corporate team volunteers for their dedicated service to Orange County.
Volunteering is for everyone – including OC’s families and youth. Connect with others through one of our several programs.
In times of crisis, OneOC is your partner to help. We are leading countywide efforts for coordinating spontaneous volunteers through planned regional Emergency Volunteer Centers (EVCs). We are engaging the public sector (cities, county, special districts, etc), with nonprofit organizations in a collaborative planning process.
OneOC works with all of Orange County’s courts, connecting those with alternative sentences to community programs. If you are interested in accessing the 11,000+ court referred individuals, see the requirements and guidelines that qualify agencies to participate.