Building a stronger working relationship between the Non-Profit Humanitarian NGOs (NPH-NGOs) and the government is needed. Realizing the limitations in what governments can do and what (NPH-NGOs) can do better is a key point. The government policies and laws can greatly strengthen the position of (NPH-NGOs) in the world. Using the United State as a model that could be copy by other nations in varying degrees and forms. Volunteer America Program (VAP) The Volunteer America Program (VAP) is a federal program that mandates at least two thousands hours of volunteer service be committed by our young people. There will be a wide range of programs that a volunteer can choose from in many different forms. Creating an umbrella from the military, State National Guard, Peace Core, Habitat for Humanity, Red Cross, United Nations and a host of other groups will become endorsed members of the Volunteer America Program. Each group will be able to tailor the requirements to their individual program to meet the guidelines of Volunteer America Program. A volunteer will be able to choose from a number of different programs to fulfill their volunteer service. On completion of service they will receive a certificate from Volunteer America Program. Creating opportunities for young people to help other people in the United States and around the world they might not have otherwise. For some young people it will be a way to further their education and for others it will be a way to use their education to help others. In some cases it be a way for someone to help them self in finding who they are in life. By creating a steady stream of volunteer we will be able to create and fulfill position in the work of Non-Profit Humanitarian NGOs that otherwise might not get done.