Put the power of the world’s largest modern volunteer engagement network to work for you. If you’re building a custom solution to engage your fanbase in the art of giving back, ratcheting up employee engagement with a company-wide volunteer service program, or looking to enhance your existing CSR or HR platform with volunteering, the VolunteerMatch Open Network API can help.
Eliminate the redundancy, fragmentation, and cost of building and maintaining one-off solutions and control costs of volunteering programs, at scale. Our Open Network API and associated services make it easy to get started and convenient to grow your community presence.
With a 20+ year track record of highly satisfied stakeholders, you can rest assured that you’re getting access to the events and roles nonprofits need most. And with skills-based opportunities making up over 60% of our opportunities and over 7K+ virtual opportunities each day, on average, you’ll also be confident your programs are meaningful to today’s volunteers.
Today’s volunteers need to be engaged in strategic and right-for-me ways, wherever they are, whenever they are ready. If you’re already managing a CSR program or community with one of our amazing technology partners, it’s fast and easy to add the VolunteerMatch Open Network to your site and start delivering the kind of personal experiences your volunteers want.
We help Platform Providers diversify and drive new revenue streams while ensuring meaning, purpose and connection for your customers and community with our Open Network API. Through unique opportunities for volunteers that help them put their skills and interests to use.
Nonprofits want volunteers that match their programs, priorities, and values. The VolunteerMatch Open Network means that every company can close the gap between the interests and skills of their employees and the needs of their community at scale.
“It’s a portal for volunteers to connect with the nonprofits, and in a way, it’s its own search engine specifically for volunteer opportunities.”
Greater Bay Area