Apple is expanding Apple Maps with the integration of the new Volunteer Match Mill. The new partnership between Apple Maps and Volunteer Match will allow users to easily find ways to volunteer within their community ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday.
As first reported by CNET, the feature is accessible in the Apple Maps application, along with existing sections of specific information:
The new feature is built into Apple’s Maps program on its iPhones and iPads. Typically, when the map shows a city, such as San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, or New York City, users can search for items lined up by local newspapers and activity-guiding organizations, and list everything from bike trails to short lists. Restaurants and sights. Now it has guides listed by volunteer matches.
Curated guides seem to be available in the following markets:
- New Orleans
- Los Angeles
- Washington DC
- San Francisco
- New York City
When you tap on Volunteer Match Integration, you’ll see a list of nonprofits and locations where you can return and choose Volunteer. The COVID-19 epidemic also offers virtual opportunities for volunteers from home.
Be a force for kindness and healing for our community and bring that matter back. Check out these great places to volunteer. Virtual opportunities are available to provide support from home as well. Check the link for each listing for details.
You can search the Apple Maps by tapping the Volunteer Match Guide field and scrolling through the app’s Volunteer Match section.
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