Why do people join HomeAgain?
Real conversations between people about positive topics are increasingly rare in today’s world, especially with people outside of our own social circles. By joining our community, you add your voice to the growing initiative to make human connection available to everyone - including those who are the most isolated.
Many of our travelers and tour guides connect with each other on a regular basis, forming friendships over time!
Our virtual experiences are comprised of beautiful 360° photos capture by talented photographers.
Do like sharing your own stories and knowledge, while also hearing from other people? Travelers may choose to talk, ask questions, or just sit back and enjoy a tour!
History, science, art, wildlife, and more! If you like exploring and learning about different topics, then you will enjoy HomeAgain’s virtual experiences.
Empowering our health by expanding our social communities and learning new things reduces the risk of various ailments, such as heart disease, dementia, and diabetes.
Traveling the World
"I love volunteering with HomeAgain VR! It's fun to give tours of places around the world to people all over the US. I don't know who gets more out of it, me or the travelers!"
-Mary, HomeAgain VR Tour Guide
"Alex and I went to the Eiffel tower! It's wonderful that you can see it together."
-Lyta, HomeAgain VR Traveler
"I think what I love most about volunteering are the relationships I'm able to form."
-Bev, HomeAgain VR Tour Guide
Who We Are
HomeAgain VR is not a typical business. We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) building a community to provide everyone with fun socialization and an opportunity to give back via human connections. A growing body of evidence shows human connection and purpose are necessary for good health throughout life. Together we can help get everyone adequately and positively connected!
Currently, we call non-volunteer members "travelers" and volunteer members "guides". Each supports our growing community in their own way. We are united by the belief that all people need access to human connection.