Are you physically challenged or ‘less abled’ to participate in traditional volunteering opportunities, ie. charity shop assistant, river clean up etc?
Welcome to the world of microvolunteering - a concept that will empower you to give back to society within the confines of your own physical limits.
From blind to the wheelchair bound, these actions will help to make disabled lives that much easier!
Have a particular affinity with a health issue? You can make a difference & create impact in less than 30 minutes!
Even if you’re confined to a bed or a chair, you can contribute to society via these on-demand actions!
Why not make them aware of the micro-actions available on our platform. Most of them are easy to do, regardless of walking sticks, wheelchairs etc.
Microvolunteering actions lend themselves to empowering the ‘less abled’ to give back to society. Why not promote this type of volunteering on your website, in your newsletter, or as part of an activity programme. Take a look at some of the ‘disabled’ charities below doing just that!
Contact us to see if we can offer you any advice on the concept.
“I think the actions you have featured provide a good broad range of roles which people with physical or mild learning disabilities would be able to take on.”
PGH Cares - is a US based provider of quality health care homes that recommends microvolunteering to bedbound people
The ‘Disabled Volunteering’ project is a subsidiary project of the Help From Home initiative. It’s sole aim is to empower disabled people to give back to society in a meaningful way within the confines of their disabilities.