This is an archived version of the Virtual Volunteering Project web site from January 2001.
The materials on the web site were written or compiled by Jayne Cravens.
The Virtual Volunteering Project has been discontinued.
The Virtual Volunteering Project web site IS NO LONGER UPDATED.
Email addresses associated with the Virtual Volunteering Project are no longer valid.
For any URL that no longer works, type the URL into archive.org.
For new materials regarding online volunteering, see
Jayne Cravens' web site (the section on volunteerism-related resources).
This question is impossible questions to answer: there is no central registration of organizations or individuals engaged in any type of volunteering, let alone cyber service. Plus, many organizations that involve online volunteers don't know the terms "virtual volunteering" or "cyber service," and do not distinguish virtual involvement as different from on-site service.
The Project has profiled more than 100 agencies involving online volunteers, but this is by no means a list of all organizations engaged in virtual volunteering -- these are just some of those the Project staff knows about.
Using the feedback and profiles of agencies and volunteers featured on our Web site, it is possible to create a general profile of the people who are performing online service, the agencies they are assisting and the kinds of service being performed.
If you have other questions and cannot find the answers on this web site, please contact us.
If you find this or any other Virtual Volunteering Project information helpful, or would like to add information based on your own experience, please contact us.
If you do use Virtual Volunteering Project materials in your own workshop or trainings, or republish materials in your own publications, please let us know, so that we can track how this information is disseminated.
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