Give an hour. Give a Saturday. Give your best. We all have special talents. Things we can do
to help. And when we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. 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 thing 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
Change won't happen without you!
Did you know that research shows that kids actually lose learning over the summer break?
Most students lose about two months of grade-level equivalency in mathematical computation
skills over the summer months.
Metro United Way has partnered with Jefferson
County Public Schools, Boys and Girls
Club of Kentuckiana and Neighborhood
House to coordinate the Dreamer’s Academy program, an eight week pilot program designed
to prevent summer learning loss among youth at risk of academic failure. Join us by lending
your time and talent to volunteer to reader, tutor, or mentor this summer for this special
Summer Learning Loss Prevention program. Click
here to register.
Indiana Day of Action
Join us in making a difference in our community during the Southern Indiana Day of Action on
Friday, June 21st, 2013. This day will provide the opportunity to strengthen our community
by volunteering. Working together, we can achieve our vision of a community whose people
achieve their fullest potential through education, financial stability and healthy lives.
here to volunteer for a project, to register your group
for volunteer opportunities or even to add a project that needs volunteers.
the Education Pledge
Take action to support educational attainment in our community. Raise your voice on behalf
of youth and get involved.
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 6 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
Skilled volunteers are still needed for the long-term recovery efforts. If you are
interested, please register on the March2Recovery
site to receive details on project assignments as soon as they are available.
Find Volunteer Opportunities!
Metro United Way is the volunteer connection for the region. Anyone wishing to serve can
search our online listing of volunteer
opportunities. Any 501c3 or school wishing to share and opportunity can post here.
If you are looking for corporate group volunteer services, please follow this link.