We can facilitate a variety of service experiences for your team:


We bring the project to you and handle all the details; you cover the cost and provide volunteers.

These projects are a great option for meetings, conferences, events or teams with time or travel constraints. On-site volunteer projects are excellent for team building and serve to reinforce your organization’s dedication to giving back to support our community.

Our onsite projects fulfill the requested needs of nonprofit agencies from across our seven-county service area. During an onsite experience, your team will learn why their project is matters and what challenges it helps to address in our community. We tailor each project experience to meet your group’s needs including project scope and duration. Whether your team has fifteen minutes or two hours to invest, we will facilitate a project that is individually meaningful and collectively impactful.

Your responsibilities:

  • Submit your interest form at least four weeks before your project date.
  • Submit payment prior to your event.
    • Onsite projects have a per kit cost + $5/person

Your project costs include the following services provided by MUW:

  • Design and execute a customized volunteer experience.
  • Order, prepare and deliver all project supplies to your project location.
  • Provide a mission moment that explains the significance of your project (virtual or in-person).
  • Deliver completed kits the receiving nonprofit agency.
  • For some events we can stay on site for the duration of the project and assist with set-up, facilitate during the project and repack supplies at the conclusion. This option can be discussed during your consult call.

*This menu is subject to change

Onsite Projects & Pricing




Back-to-School Backpacks Provide children in our community with the supplies and backpacks they need to
start the school year strong. Volunteers will fill backpacks with school supplies; an encouraging note can be included.
$12 – $15
Financial Literacy Kits We can break the cycle of poverty by providing people with financial literacy,
marketable skills, and hope. Volunteers will package budgeting kits that include basic financial information, local resources, and essential budgeting tools.
$7 – $12
Fresh & Clean Laundry Kits Many organizations from schools to shelters are in need of laundry supplies. Volunteers decorate backpacks and fill them with laundry supplies. $6
Healthy Snack Kits Support youth and senior-serving organizations in our community by decorating snack bags and packaging them with nutritious snacks. $3
Holiday Gifts We work nonprofit partners each winter to identify and fulfill their unique holiday needs. Help us make their wishes come true! variable
Little Baby Bundles Diaper Need is a barrier to healthy lives and one in three families struggle to provide clean diapers for their baby, this is the definition of diaper need. Volunteers will decorate a tote and fill with diapering supplies. $7
Personal Care Kits Personal care items are in high demand throughout our community. Volunteers decorate a backapack and fill it with personal care items. $8
Tie-Knot Blankets We work year-round to ensure that our neighbors have warm blankets. Volunteers can help by making single or double-layer fleece tie-knot blankets. $13 & $20
Welcome Baby Bundles You can contribute to the health and safety of our community’s newest neighbors by packaging the essential—but not always readily available—infant-care items expecting parents in local home-visiting programs need. $18


Nonprofits across our seven-county service area are in need of volunteers for a wide variety of projects.

Please visit our Volunteer Connection site here to view and sign up for opportunities for individuals and groups of all sizes.


Many nonprofit agencies are under-resourced at a time when their critical services are needed the most. Your team can help them supply these critical resources for those they serve. This project allows for a great deal of flexibility and customization for your team.


*If your group chooses to do a collection drive, we will provide an up-to-date list of requested supplies.

  • Back-to-school supplies

    Supplies including backpacks, crayons, markers, sharpened pencils, notebooks, headphones, earbuds, composition notebooks, loose-leaf paper, scissors, glue sticks, pencil sharpeners.

  • Personal care items

    Items that our neighbors need to care for themselves including masks, hand sanitizer, shampoo/conditioner, lotion, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, feminine hygiene items.

  • PPE items

    Items including no-touch thermometers, face masks, face shields, disinfectant, shoe covers, exam gowns, nitrile gloves.


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