Volunteer with UWLC
When you volunteer you give your most valuable gift—your time. Lane County non-profits depend on passionate people like you. Thank you!
The powerful benefits of volunteering have a positive impact on the community and you – when you do good, you feel good! Beyond making a difference in the community, volunteering can make you feel physically healthier, help you pursue your passions, develop and hone important life and trade skills, and add extra meaning and purpose to your life.
Let us connect you with opportunities that make a difference. Visit our volunteer website to help you find something that’s right for you.
2019 Day of Caring is September 26!
Join us for an annual day of volunteering facilitated by United Way of Lane County since 1993. Each year, United Way of Lane County works to coordinate partners across the nonprofit, public, and private sectors for one incredible day of giving back to the community through volunteerism. The event takes places each September and helps to promote the importance of a connected community.
Interested in registering a project or volunteering? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Know someone who deserves to be recognized for their volunteering spirit? Nominate them for a Volunteer of the Month award through the submission form below.
Day of Caring & Day of Action
Day of Caring
Day of Caring is a fun, meaningful way for your business or organization to strengthen teamwork while actively improving the community. One day a year, hundreds of volunteers perform service projects for dozens of non-profit agencies across Lane County. It’s a great way to connect, get out in the community, and lend a hand to local non-profits.
Contact our volunteer team to find out more: email@example.com.
Day of Action
Along with our annual Day of Caring, we have smaller Days of Action. These special projects fill a particular community need and offer one-time volunteer and sponsorship opportunities. Days of Action are a fun, easy way for your group of friends or employees to participate in a fulfilling community service project.
Contact our volunteer team to find out more firstname.lastname@example.org.
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
As part of the Senior Corps programs with the Corporation for National and Community Service, Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) matches people 55 and older with meaningful year-round volunteer experiences that support students’ third grade reading Contact Deborah Weinman to find out more email@example.com.