Give of Your Time... The gift of time is important to our community. Be a catalyst for the change you want to see in Alamance County. Our United Way offers many ways for you to give back. You may become a United Way volunteer by choosing one of the opportunites below or let us connect you with one of our partner agencies.
Give an hour. Give a Saturday. Give your best. When you reach out a hand to one, you influence the condition of all!
Make A Difference Day: Spring 2015
Online Registration will run through April 7, 2015.
Make A Difference Day is the most encompassing national day of helping others -- a celebration of neighbors helping neighbors.
United Way of Alamance County will be Celebrating Volunteerism during National Volunteer Week, April 12-18 2015.
We recently solicited projects from local non-profits and schools. We are now leading a challenge for residents, businesses, churches and organizations to, "Make a Difference" during National Volunteer Week by making connections with local non-profits and schools by signing up for one-time projects (that hopefully lead to long-term partnerships!)
This initiative is intended to inspire our community to pursue creative ways to engage with others and solve problems. We believe that we have the ability to meet our challenges and accomplish our goals by working together.
United Way of Alamance County strives to be at the center of social change - discovering and demonstrating the collective power we have when we Live United.
Check-out our "Make a Difference Day" projects:
* click HERE for a Make a Difference Day handout
* PLEASE NOTE THE ONLINE REGISTRATION PERIOD HAS NOW ENDED FOR HANDS ON PROJECTS, LINKS HAVE BEEN DISABLED. IF YOU WISH TO VOLUNTEER PLEASE CONTACT THE AGENCY DIRECTLY AFTER APRIL 8, 2015.
* VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED FOR THE COLLECTION EVENTS LISTED BELOW.
HANDS ON PROJECTS:
ABSS Social Work Student Clothes Closet (organizing/sorting) - FILLED, contact Danielle Woodall at (336) 570-6334 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ACE’s Classroom Closet (organizing/sorting) 8 of 10 spots are FILLED, contact Brett Mock at (336) 639-8668 or email@example.com
Alamance Arts (cleaning) 7 of 8 spots are FILLED, contact Karen Carrouth at (336) 226-4495 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Allied Churches (gardening) - FILLED, contact Debarah Wilson at (336) 229-0881 or email@example.com
Benevolence Farm (planting) 4 of 10 spots are FILLED, contact Matt Ballard at (919) 433-7457 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Burlington Recreation & Parks (Kids Go Green) - Almost Filled, contact Brandy McCandless at (336) 222-5134 or email@example.com
Grove Park Elementary School (gardening) 3 of 10 spots are FILLED, contact Terry Brown at (336) 570-6115 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sylvan Elementary School (gardening) - Almost FILLED, contact Shelli Altopp-Miller at (336) 376-3318 or email@example.com
Christmas Cheer (collection) - Still in need of items
CrossRoads: Sexual Assault Response & Resource Center (collection) - FILLED, but additional items are welcome
Volunteers will need to turn in a completed United Way Waiver & Release form when they check-in for labor projects, as well as fulfill any agency requirements.
We encourage volunteers to share their experience volunteering by using the hashtag #AlamanceMDDay on social media photos and posts.
Host agencies should return the completed waiver & release forms along with a completed Host Survey after their project is completed.
Questions, please call our office at: (336) 438-2000 or email April Durr, Director of Community Impact at: firstname.lastname@example.org