Trump's Anti-Environment Agenda Makes 2018 the Perfect Time to Support These Climate Orgs
Here's how you can be part of the solution to the world's mounting environmental problems.
Here's the Best Way to Browse Volunteering Opportunities in New York City
A new app hooks up users with volunteering opportunities throughout the city, and streamlines the process into a few swipes and a tap.
Steve Wozniak Was My Computer Teacher in 1995
The Apple co-founder spent his own money, and more importantly, lots of his own time, showing us public school kids how to use the early internet.
The Last Days of Clinton's Losing Florida Campaign
On Monday, I flew down to Miami to volunteer for the Clinton campaign. On Wednesday morning, I woke up to the news we had lost.
Americans Are Getting Their Voluntourism Fix on a New Carnival Cruise
Fathom is the world's first-ever cruise line for vacationers who don't just want to do beaches, spas, and shopping. It's for people who want to "travel with purpose."
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Volunteering Isn't Actually Making You Happy
Time to admit it—clocking all those hours at the nursing home just turns you into a resentful dick.
How to Make Friends When You’re Young and Broke
It may seem like a herculean task now, but meeting new people only gets harder the older you get.
Parents React Badly to Hooters Waitresses Volunteering at Boy Scout Camp
Denver parents are not happy with the Boy Scouts of America after it failed to keep them abreast of a Hooters franchise sponsoring their sons' day out.
VICE Long Reads
European Governments Are Arresting Refugee Crisis Volunteers
It has fallen to ordinary people to provide refugees with food, shelter, and first aid, but now official attitudes are hardening and volunteers are risking arrest, prosecution, and jail.
This Grassroots Group Is Feeding Home-Cooked Meals to the Homeless in Las Vegas
Siloh Moses was living on the streets of Las Vegas just 18 months ago. Since then, he founded ServingHopeLV, a grassroots organization that brings home-cooked meals to the homeless.
How I Became a Volunteer Refugee Gravedigger
Adonis Khan quit his job as a mortgage advisor to help refugees in Lesvos. He ended up burying the bodies of those drowned at sea.
New Yorkers Hit the Streets Looking to Bring HOPE to the City's Homeless
While you were cozy in your bed last night, hundreds of volunteers canvassed New York City's five boroughs to assess the unsheltered population.