Nevada Volunteers will be relocating to a new office located at 1380 Greg Street Suite 228, Sparks NV 89431. Our office will be closed from May 24th through May 28th to allow time for us to relocate.

“Governor’s Commission on Service solicits funding proposals to promote volunteerism” RENO, NV. Nevada Volunteers would like to aid organizations in celebrating volunteerism and is actively accepting proposals from qualifying entities. Awards of up to $2,500 will be made to organizations that can demonstrate active, impactful volunteer engagement in their communities and articulate how celebrating volunteerism…

Nevada Volunteers is excited to continue to do our part to serve Nevada through volunteerism and national service while limiting social contact and reducing potential exposure. The Nevada Volunteers office is available by phone or electronic communication. In compliance with Governor Sisolak’s emergency directive of “Stay at Home 2.0”, employees and visitors will be required to wear…

Dear Nevadans,   One of the positives from the outbreak of COVID-19 has been the overwhelming support of people wanting to help their neighbors through service and volunteerism. Through our NV Volunteer Connect service, volunteers can easily find locations throughout Nevada that are looking for volunteers. Our goal is to make it as easy as…

National Service is in the spotlight. Several Presidential candidates have called for strengthening programs, or even suggesting service should be mandatory for all young people. September began AmeriCorps 25th anniversary and now is a great time to look at how national service impacts Nevada. AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs that empower people…

  We’re looking for an intern! Position Overview: The Data Entry Intern within Nevada Volunteers is an essential contributor to Nevada Volunteers’ efforts towards building and maintaining the state’s infrastructure to enhance national service and community volunteer engagement. In collaboration with the Nevada Volunteers team, this position works to increase the visibility of Nevada’s nonprofits…

Nevada Volunteers wants to know your volunteer story! National Volunteer Week is April 15th-22nd and to celebrate all the amazing volunteers in our state we are holding a Volunteer Week Photo Contest. Submit your photos at https://goo.gl/jPMxdo and your story could be featured during National Volunteer Week. So show us how you volunteer and we’ll…

We know that getting started with AmeriCorps funding opportunities can be challenging, so start here! Answer the following question to find out if your organization is eligible for AmeriCorps funding: 1) Is your organization a public or private nonprofit organization – including labor organizations, faith-based and other community organizations; an institution of higher education; a…

How did their service experience impact their journeys? What doors will AmeriCorps open for you?   Yoana Chavez- From Stipend to Salary Yoana Chavez served two terms as an AmeriCorps member in Winnemucca, NV, at the Frontier Community Action Agency. After graduating high school, serving her community as an AmeriCorps member at FCAA was a…

United States’ Presidents and National Service Service to others is a core value of our country. U.S. presidents throughout history have been instrumental in creating the programs to support national service. This President’s Day, we remember presidents, starting with Franklin D. Roosevelt, and their contributions to National Service and AmeriCorps. Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an…