HandsOn Network enables leading companies to meet our Nation’s most pressing needs - while strengthening their own organizations by engaging employees in service. As the country's premier volunteer organization, HandsOn Network is the go-to destination for companies of all sizes looking to improve their community service initiatives.

How Your Company Can Get HandsOn

  • Customized Employee Volunteer Programs: develop strategically relevant and meaningful employee volunteer programs that address employees' interests, target real community needs and meet company priorities
  • Sponsorship Opportunities: support our high-impact national days of service, recognition programs, and special events aimed at maximizing the impact of your employee volunteer programs
  • Corporate Service Council: premier national platform for advancing corporate volunteerism, with members comprised of Corporate America’s elite.


Volunteerism is an important part of who we are as a company. At GE, we have witnessed not only the positive impact volunteerism has on the communities in which we live and work, but also the excitement and fulfillment our employees feel from their active engagement. As a founding member of the Corporate Service Council, GE remains committed to employee volunteerism as a part of our business strategy.

John Rice
Vice Chairman of GE

2010 National Conference on Volunteering and Service in New York City

Registration for the Business Track is open. View the workshop schedule and register now!

Nationally convened by the Points of Light Institute, the Corporation for National and Community Service, and locally convened by NYC Service and New Yorkers Volunteer, the annual event provides attendees with an opportunity to learn, connect, and be inspired through a wide range of exciting and informative plenary sessions, workshops, special events, service projects, exhibits, specialized corporate tracks and more.

The 2010 conference takes place June 28-30 in New York City. For more information, visit VolunteeringandService.org.