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On Your Unique Passion for Service

GivingPoint believes students have the power to change the world through service.

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GIVINGPOINT IMPACT

Number of Students

Students are able to explore their interests and learn what it truly means to give of their "time, talent, and treasure."

Students can also learn about the needs of their community, track hours and witness how their giving legacy is changing the world, get rewarded and recognized for doing great work.

11,117

Points

Points are used to recognize students for the legacies they are building through civic engagement.

Students can earn points by completing service hours, participating in our online education platform, creating a profile, writing blogs, affiliating with a non-profit or organization and inviting friends to join MyGivingPoint.org.

2,633,313

Volunteer Hours

Every volunteer hour is verified by the nonprofit being served or an affiliated organization working with a teenager.

The result is an authentic civic resume for students with real volunteer experience alongside safe and accurate hour tracking for organizations.

621,703

Total Community Impact

Using the volunteer community impact rate, GivingPoint users have made a significant contribution to their local communities during their volunteer and service-learning journeys. Best of all, the energy and imagination of youth continues to result in creating a more compassionate, connected, and socially responsible world.

$14,342,810

GivingPoint is for Everyone

Students, parents, non-profits, schools, and anyone interested in improving their community can participate with GivingPoint.

Through a combination of innovative technology, social networking, meaningful service and hands-on training programs, GivingPoint helps youth discover their unique passion, fuel their spark, elevate their ideas and share their stories to create a better, more connected and socially responsible world.

Class of 2016

Get Your Senior Service Cords

GivingPoint uses Service Cords to recognize graduating seniors for their work in the community. Service cords are awarded to students who have gone to great lengths to meet a specific set of criteria to make a lasting volunteer impact in their communities. To earn a service cord, a student must meet all of the following of criteria:

News

Monday Apr 25, 2016

Global Youth Service Day 2016: Spending time with the homeless

By Brothers 4 Literacy & Life

 

On Global Youth Service Day 2016 (April 16), we went to Woodruff Park to hand out 60 backpacks to the homeless. Inside the bags were water bottles, a pair of socks, Read More

Blog

Mar 29, 2016

Continuing to Give After High School

I'm a sports guy and I love the kids.  So I figure I can combine the two and make a contribution to society long after I graduate from high school. I started playing sports at the age of 3 and have not stopped. I have noticed on all of my teams over the years, there was always at least one...