What are some reasons to volunteer?
- Good for your soul. Nothing beats seeing the smile of a person you helped and knowing you didn’t just make their day – you made their life.
- Good for your network. You’ll work alongside community movers and shakers who have hopes and values just like yours.
- Good for your career. You’ll get some great experience to add to your résumé – and maybe even some new skills.
What are some ways to volunteer?
Volunteer as an Individual
Get Connected will help you find local volunteer opportunities with United Way partners that fit your passions.
Volunteer as a Group
Initiated in 1994, United Way's Days of Caring program will match your group with a short-term community service project that fits your skills and interests.
Serve on a Committee
Want to be involved in United Way advice and decision-making? Lend your expertise to a United Way advisory committee.
“To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson