The week of April 6 – 12, 2014 is National Volunteer Week. United Way has wonderful volunteers who help us achieve our mission to Create Pathways Out of Poverty. They want nothing in return, but the satisfaction of a job well done and a life improved. These volunteers provide countless amounts of resources, skills, time, energy, support, kindness and love. Without them, much of the work that needs to be done to help this community could not be accomplished.
United Way Days of Caring helps United Way Funded Partner Agencies run programs by asking volunteers to help with activities based on the needs of the agency.
Two to five volunteers are needed every Thursday to help with hot lunch prep and food service for kids.