International Baccalaureate
IB Service Information
​Students in the IB Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-related Programs must complete service hours as described below:
  • MYP students (grades 6 - 10) must complete Service as Action hours;
  • DP students (grades 11 - 12) must complete Creativity, Activity, and Service hours;
  • CP students (grades 11 - 12) must complete Service Learning hours.
IB students can complete service hours at a variety of organizations, including schools, houses of worship, scouting groups, and non-profit organizations.

Not sure where to start? Here's a list of several organizations that welcome student volunteers; students should contact the organizations directly to find out the groups' needs. This is NOT a comprehensive list, and students are welcome to volunteer with organizations not on this list.  

​Organizations
​Website
​Phone Number
​Physical address
​Adult Care and Share
www.adultcareandshare.com
​704-567-2700
​6709 Idlewild Rd
Charlotte 28212
​Bright Blessings
​www.brightblessingsusa.org
​704-846-2329
​1150-C Crews Rd.
Matthews 28105
​Carolina Raptor Center
​www.carolinaraptorcenter.org
​704-875-6521
​6000 Sample Rd.
Huntersville 28078
​Carolina Waterfowl Rescue
​www.carolinawaterfowlrescue.com
​(none--use form on website to contact)
​Indian Trail
​Charlotte-area Gleaning Network
​endhunger.org/north-carolina
​(none--use form on website to contact)
​Various sites
​Charlotte Family Housing
​www.charlottefamilyhousing.org
​704-335-5488
​300 Hawthorne Ln
Charlotte 28204
​Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
​www.cmlibrary.org
​Various sites
​Various sites
​Charlotte Rescue Mission
​charlotterescuemission.org
​(see website for contact info)
​Various sites
​Crisis Assistance Ministry
​www.crisisassistance.org
​704-371-3001
​500-A Spratt St.
Charlotte 28206
​Friendship Trays
​friendshiptrays.org
​704-333-9229
​2401-A Distribution St.
Charlotte 28203
​Greater Charlotte SPCA
​www.charlottespca.org
​(none--use contact info on website)
​Various sites
​Habitat for Humanity
​www.habitatcharlotte.org
​704-376-2054
​Various sites
​Hands on Charlotte
​www.handsoncharlotte.org
​​(none--use form on website to contact)
​Various sites
​The Harvest Center
​theharvestcenter.org
​704-335-1616
​2225 Freedom Dr
Charlotte 28208
Hospice & Palliative Care, Charlotte region
​www.hpccr.org
​704-375-0100
​Various sites
​Loaves and Fishes
​loavesandfishes.org
​704-523-4333
​Various sites
​Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation
​www.mecknc.gov/ParkandRec
​980-314-1000
​Various sites
​Promising Pages
​promisingpages.org
​704-399-1934
​4112 Old Pineville Rd.
Charlotte 28217
​Safe Alliance
www.​safealliance.org
​704-332-9034
​Various sites
​Second Harvest Food Bank
​www.secondharvestmetrolina.org
​704-376-1785
​500-B Spratt St.
Charlotte 28206
​Shining Hope Farms
​shininghopefarms.org
​(none--use form on website to contact)
​3701 Kidd Ln
Charlotte 28216
​Trusted Parents
​www.trustedparents.org
​980-229-7253
​3500 Ellington St, Suite 
​Urban Ministry Center
​www.urbanministrycenter.org
​704-347-0278
​945 North College St.
Charlotte 28206
​YMCA
​www.ymcacharlotte.org
​Various sites
​Various sites

Want your organization listed above? Contact District IB coordinator Heather LaJoie (heather.lajoie@cms.k12.nc.us) with your contact details.
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