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Be the Change.

Volunteer Tulsa connects people with opportunities to volunteer, learn and lead through projects like community gardening, caring for animals, tutoring young students, and becoming patient companions. We strive to create a volunteer environment that enriches the lives of all area residents while addressing issues and needs within the greater community.

Participate in the 2014 professional development survey at and create the future of volunteerism learning in our community!

Volunteers are integral in fulfilling the mission and vision of Volunteer Tulsa , our Partner Organizations through formal service, and our neighborhoods through informal volunteerism--all in helping keep our community a great place to live, work, play and to serve!

Dawn Barrick, Child Abuse Network , says, Volunteer Tulsa has been valuable to us in supplementing our number of volunteers for our special events and also just as important in giving me, as a volunteer director, workshops and monthly meetings throughout the year for continuing education.

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Latest News

It's O.K. to Profit From Community Engagement

Consumers who want to reward community-minded firms now have information they can use. The companies on the Civic 50 list deserve this recognition and subsequent support.

What's the True Value of a Volunteer?

Most organizations use the Independent Sector rate for the value of volunteer time. It is a useful tool, but it doesn’t tell us what all that volunteer time accomplishes. Service Enterprises – organizations that strategically leverage volunteers to meet their missions – take additional steps to showcase the quantity and quality of what their volunteers offer.

Tribute to a Shining Light of Volunteer Engagement - Jill Friedman Fixler

While the field of volunteer engagement shines brightly thanks to thousands of points of light, the field is just a tad dimmer today as it lost one of its shining stars. Jill Friedman Fixler, leader, consultant and mentor to many, passed away over Thanksgiving weekend at the age of 61.

TIME Magazine Honors ‘A Ragged Army of Volunteers' That Needs Your Help - 3 Quick Ways to Support The Ebola Fighters

It’s not often that TIME magazine names volunteers as its Persons of the Year. But last week, TIME honored the “ragged army of volunteers and near volunteers” – doctors, nurses, public health workers, and those who helped transport the sick and bury the dead – who risked their lives to save others.