Assist with newsletter, social media, mailings, organizing events, seminars and other programs.

About the Project

ARSP is a German nonprofit founded after the Second World War with the aim to reach out to people who had suffered under the Nazis. The focus of the volunteers’ work is on assisting survivors of Nazi persecution. In addition to that the volunteers support the work of institutions for Holocaust Remembrance and assist social agencies caring for socially disadvantaged people. ARSP also organizes educational encounters between Germans and Americans of all ages.

Social Impact

By participating in peace-oriented activities, ARSP enables different generations to further peace in a self-critical and politically responsible manner. Sustainable peace is made impossible by anti-Semitism, racism, anti-slavism, all kinds of human rights violations, and by social injustice. ARSP pursues a comprehensive interpretation of the concept of peace, which is guided by the ideal of a just peace.

NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organisation
Foundation Year
Contact Person
Mark McGuigan
Where can you volunteer?
What can you do?
Site visit at one of the volunteer placements ARSP volunteer group in Love Park Volunteer gives presentation US Program Director Volunteers work in community garden