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Volunteering @ Franklin


The Franklin Foundation for Innovation leverages volunteers from all walks of life to assist our partner organizations and us in achieving our mission of improving education for all children. Perhaps you are a former teacher yourself or scholar interested in helping students develop stronger study habits, or maybe you are interested in painting an underserved school with a group of other artistic volunteers or working with community leaders to construct a new STEM-focused playground. Whatever your skill or level of expertise you can be the change you want to see in the world by volunteering with The Franklin Foundation.

Community Volunteers

Volunteer in your Community

Community Volunteers give their time on weekends, summers, and holidays to help partner organizations aligned with the mission of The Franklin Foundation. Volunteers can participate in a variety of seasonal, event-based and project-based projects in their community or on a national level, virtually.

Professional Volunteers

Volunteer Anywhere

Professional Volunteers offer their skills and expertise to aid the Foundation in achieving its mission through pro-bono work that fits their schedule and interest level. Whether you are looking to give back or utilize your skills to help us achieve our mission, The Franklin Foundation for Innovation is interested in working with professional volunteers nationwide. Work virtually on a variety of projects and programs.

Volunteer Interest Form

Your information is never shared with 3rd parties.

About You

Tell us a little about yourself.

Are you over 18 years of age?Do you have a valid US Driver's License?Ever convicted of a misdemeanor or felony?Are you a government employee?Have you ever volunteered with us before?

Your Volunteer Profile

Let us know what interests you.

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