With busy, overbooked schedules it’s often hard to find time to volunteer for anything these days. That’s the beauty of Microvolunteering Day. Now in its third successful year, Microvolunteering Day gives you an opportunity to take convenient, bite-sized actions, often from home, in support of a good cause. Write a letter to an elderly hospital patient or tag Internet photos to help the visually impaired. There are all sorts of short and easy ways to participate in active citizenship and get involved.
For a list of on demand actions, visit http://www.microvolunteeringday.com/volunteers.html. You’ll find opportunities for smartphone volunteering, playing games or donating your brain, where you can make a difference in as little as thirty minutes.