Give an hour. Give a Saturday. Give your best. We all have special talents and things we can do to help. No matter when you’ve participated in the past, or if you’re looking to get involved for the first time, coming together to volunteer is one of the best ways to connect heads, hearts and hands around Metro United Way’s work to create lasting change. Volunteering is also a great way to make new contacts, learn new skills, gain work experience, meet new people, and most importantly, make a difference in someone’s life. At Metro United Way, we recruit the people and organizations from all across the community who bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done. A community of connected individuals, all people, united and working together for the benefit of all, is at the heart of what we represent.
United Way Volunteer Connection makes volunteering fun, easy and accessible to individuals, families, groups and corporations. Discover how rewarding volunteering can be – whether you’re 18 or 80, a high school student or a retiree, part of a community service group or a corporate president.
Mayor's Give a Day Week of Service
The Mayor's Week of Service is April 18-26, 2015. You can visit www.mygiveaday.com to sign up for volunteer opportunities or to add a project that needs volunteers!
Mayor Greg Fischer's "Be the One" Mentor Challenge
Together, we can ensure that students all across our community enter school ready to learn and go on to complete high school on time prepared for college, work and life. That’s why Metro United Way is proud to partner with Mayor Fischer on the "Be the One" Mentor Challenge.
Read, Tutor, Mentor
Research proves that caring volunteers working with students of all ages have the power to help kids boost academic achievement and put young people on track.
There are over 100,000 children under age six living in the area covered by Metro United Way, and studies show that success in school begins before kids ever set foot in a kindergarten classroom.
Find Volunteer Opportunities!
||HandsOn Action Centers are in more than 240 communities across the country and 11 international locations, facilitating more than 30,000 projects a month. There truly is something for everyone who wishes to engage in service. HandsOn Network inspires, equips and mobilizes people to take action that changes the world.
Metro United Way is Kentuckiana's HandsOn volunteer connection for the region. Anyone wishing to serve can search our online listing of volunteer opportunities. Any 501c3 organization or school wishing to share and opportunity can post here.
Group volunteer opportunities can be found by following this link.
If you are looking for customized group volunteer opportunities, please follow this link.