Volunteerism is as old as human civilization itself and it exists in various forms and dimensions. Volunteering intention is gaining attention among youth according to Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). The study reviews literature on volunteering and Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). A number of databases in fields such as sociology, social sciences, and psychology were used to acquire literature on the topic. The aim of this research is to study the key drivers of volunteering intention among youth in Yemen. Several factors such as perceived behavioral control, attitude and subjective norm were analyzed. The number of respondents consisted of 250 which were randomly chosen from the three cities in Yemen but only 207 questionnaires were obtained. The results indicated that perceived behavioral control, attitude and subjective norm were found significantly influence volunteering intention. It was suggested that future research can be done in larger sample size which allowed for statistical analyses and models such as Religiosity or Motivation could also be included in future research.

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