Volunteer Power to
Build a Better World
and leave no one behind!
Commission on Voluntary Service & Action (CVSA) is the publisher of INVEST YOURSELF, the catalogue of full- and part-time, long-term and short-term, volunteer opportunities with grassroots, nongovernment organizations throughout the United States and around the world.
CVSA is the voice for independent, nongovernment voluntary service and action organizations serving people in need and striving to build systemic solutions to economic, social and environmental problems.
The Time for Action is Now!
Hundreds of organizations serving communities in need
and organizing for change
need people who care and are willing to work
to build a better world.
If that describes you – please call us today!
Find out where you are needed.
Share the skills you have, learn new ones.
Learn how you can work with others
to reverse the devastating conditions
facing the people of the world today,
starting with the fundamentals of food, health care, shelter,
jobs at living wages, combating global warming and climate change, providing disaster relief, care for the aged and disabled,
literacy, legal justice, fostering sustainable development,
here in the U.S. and around the world.
Learn about full and part-time,
long and short-term volunteer opportunities
with community-based and non-governmental organizations.
Call CVSA today!
Join us in building a better world!
Join CVSA's Community Education Campaign for the Implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals in the U.S. as well as around the world.
See CVSA article posted on IISD SDG Knowledge Hub:
2019 High Level Political Forum on the Sustainable Development Goals
July 9 - 18
Hundreds of people from across the US and around the world visited our exhibit during the 2019 High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. Over 150 people signed up to be part of CVSA's campaign to build grassroots capability for real involvement in the implementation of the 2030 SDGs in the U.S. as well as the rest of the world, from the ground up, and to keep government accountable to those most in need.