Matches That Matter

Matches That Matter

Meet More Singles Over 40, Faster and More Affordably

Great volunteers and we handle all the details

Need educated, talented and reliable volunteers for your organization?

At a time when budgets are tight and volunteers hard to find, let alone keep engaged, Matches That Matter™ is the answer for your organization. Here’s what we offer:

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  • A workforce with a strong desire to accomplish its goals.
  • Each volunteer group delivers about 100 volunteer hours to support your cause.
  • A dependable, committed team of workers ready to go.
  • Matches That Matter™ staff assists in the planning and onsite management of each group.

We will also handle all the details:

  • From driving directions to confirmations for our Members.
  • From logistics to liability release forms.

In addition, your organization is exposed to 12 new potential supporters of your cause.

About our Activity Partners

Small Groups + Great Work + Consistent Contact

This formula provides a platform for connections that can grow over time. We work closely with local community and non-profit organizations developing activities for our Members. Matches That Matter™ is proud that these partnerships give us the opportunity to give back.

Here’s a sampling of our Matches That Matter™ non-profit groups and sponsoring partners:

The United Way

The United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good. The United Way improves education, helps people achieve financial stability, and promotes healthy lives.

The San Francisco Food Bank

The San Francisco Food Bank works to end hunger by collecting food from food drives and various kinds of system surplus, then sorting and distributing it to families in need.

The Santa Clara Open Space Authority

The Santa Clara Open Space Authority protects sensitive lands, preserves natural communities, and manages open space in ways that also promote agriculture and compatible recreation.

Save The Bay is the largest regional organization working to protect, restore and celebrate San Francisco Bay. As its leading champion since 1961, Save The Bay protects the Bay from pollution and inappropriate shoreline development, making it cleaner and healthier for people and wildlife.

Save The Bay

The Alameda Naval Air Museum collects documents and preserves items that made aviation history and provides the public an opportunity to learn, share and experience the history of the Naval Air Station.

The Alameda Naval Air Museum

Other non-profit Activity Partners include:

  • Chaparral House
  • Friends of Sausal Creek
  • Glide Memorial Church
  • United Nations Association
  • Golden Gate National Park Recreation Area
  • Playland-Not-At-The-Beach
  • Quesada Gardens


How your organization can become an Activity Partner

Get started as a volunteer organization with a simple, toll-free phone call: 888-713-7779, or email us at: