Time is a precious gift
Often the gift of time is more valuable than money. Volunteering creates deep personal connections and provides you a rich experience while strengthening our community. There are lots of ways for you to get involved. We invite you to be part of this exciting movement. Let’s work together.
We need to grow our network of volunteers to achieve the outcomes we want for our community. United Way is looking for Education, Income and Health volunteers to help in specific ways in 2015, including reading to and with children, becoming a mentor, and serving at emergency food programs. Join the movement and give the precious gift of time.
The Volunteer Connection is our online resource of hundreds of volunteer opportunities from more than 250 local nonprofits. Volunteers of all ages will find opportunities to serve once a week, once a month or once in a while. Use the links below to help you search for the volunteer opportunity that is right for you:
SEARCH ALL OPPORTUNITIES
SEARCH BY DATE
SMALL GROUP (2-5) PROJECTS
LARGE GROUP (6+) PROJECTS
PROJECTS FOR TEENS (13-17)
PROJECTS FOR CHILDREN WITH AN ADULT
NONPROFIT LOG IN
Check out the most recent edition(s) of our Ways of Caring eNewsletter which highlights short-term and special event volunteer opportunities.
- Spring 2016 Ways of Caring eNewsletter (Feb. - April)
If you would like to receive a weekly update about organizations where help is needed most and the latest volunteer opportunities, please email Laurie Dana.
Do you have goods to donate? Click here to see a guide to nonprofits who accept donations of clothing, furniture and more.
Employee Volunteer Programs
United Way helps businesses fulfill their commitment to social responsibility by connecting employees with opportunities to serve their community. Businesses can promote Volunteer Connection to their employees, search by areas of interest or group size and much more.
Laurie Dana, Coordinator of Volunteer Mobilization
firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 861-7832.