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LinkedIn members enjoy volunteering

82% of surveyed LinkedIn members want to volunteer their time and skills. We want to help you achieve that goal by connecting you with nonprofits that need you and your service.

Share the causes you care about with your network

By adding the Volunteer and Causes section to your LinkedIn profile, you can share your volunteer experience, the organizations you support, and the causes you care about with your entire network. Including this section provides an implicit endorsement for the organization and helps the organization build its brand on LinkedIn.


Let nonprofits know you want to donate your time and talent

Within your Volunteer and Causes section, you can signal that you’d like to serve on a nonprofit board or do skills-based volunteering. This helps nonprofits find you and it helps your network keep your interests fresh in their minds when thinking of potential volunteers and board members.

Discover opportunities

Find volunteer and board positions on LinkedIn that leverage your skills and interests to meet nonprofit needs. LinkedIn supports several trusted providers to ensure that your volunteer experiences are successful. When browsing for opportunities, you can search on Catchafire, NPower, Taproot, VolunteerMatch, Do-it or Volunteer Ireland to see projects from our partners.

Volunteering is good for your career

Based on a survey of LinkedIn members:

Volunteering is valued

41% of LinkedIn hiring managers consider volunteer work equally as valuable as paid work experience when evaluating candidates.

Hiring managers take notice

20% of hiring managers in the U.S. agree they have hired a candidate because of their volunteer work experience.

Volunteering can lead to opportunities

Volunteer and board member testimonials

  • "An architect with my experience could help them as they issued an RFP, refined their building program, and interviewed architects. This was very exciting for me because I immediately saw it as a learning opportunity as well as something I was primed to do from past experience."
    Carolina Nassif's Picture Carolina Nassif Now serving on the board of Berkeley Food & Housing Project
  • “I realize now that a wheelchair has severe limits that will remain unless we encourage real awareness and social change in favor of people with disabilities. And I am proud to be part of working toward a solution. That would not have been the case without LinkedIn.”
    Joop Rubens's Picture Joop Rubens Now serving on the board of UHAMBO

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