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Volunteer. Get Connected.

United Way’s Volunteer Connection recruits people and organizations who bring their passion, expertise and resources to get things done.

January is National Mentoring Month 

Click here for mentoring programs seeking volunteers in Chittenden County.

Volunteer to Address Community Priorities:

In order to build a stronger community we have identified key community needs in Education, Income and Health (EIH).  We encourage you to consider volunteering at organizations addressing these priorities:

Education -- All children are ready to learn, have access to a quality education, stay in school, have positive out-of-school time and home environments and have good role models.
Income - Everyone has access to emergency food and shelter, affordable housing, and the resources, skills and support to be employed and financially stable.
Health -- Everyone in our community can achieve optimal health and personal safety through access to care, a safe & caring home, and good nutrition.

Search all of our volunteer opportunities: Use the links on the right to search the 300+ volunteer opportunities from more than 250 local nonprofits, schools & public agencies or to find specific opportunities for youth, groups, court-ordered service and more.

Ways of Caring

Click here for the Spring 2014 Ways of Caring -- short-term and special event volunteer opportunities during Feb., March & April


Use the Find Volunteers link on the right to log in or register to post volunteer opportunities in Vermont

Call 860-1677 or email

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