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Lend A Hand In Your Community

Volunteer – Skills. Purpose. Community.


You can make a difference in your community and help bring about the change you want to see in the world by volunteering for a cause or non-profit organization that shares your ideals.


United Way of Greater Nashua works collaboratively with volunteers to support the community on our Days of Caring, through fundraising events, and on committees.


One-Day Community Action Events –Join us for a few hours to make an active difference in local people’s lives at our Food Packaging Day of Caring, Shoebox Project, and Community Baby Shower.

One-Day Fundraisers – Each year we are thrilled to see so many members of our community come together to raise funds at events like United We Sleep, Blizzard Blast, and Over the Edge. Participants set goals and raise money for the opportunity to do things like rappel down a 24-story building or run an obstacle race through snow and ice.

Committees – United Way of Greater Nashua succeeds in our efforts to make a difference in community primarily because our volunteers work together to do the heavy lifting. Volunteers work on committees like our Marketing, Events, Finance, Needs Assessment, Community Investment Review Panel, and our Workplace Campaign.

Volunteer Groups – Both Stay United, our 50+ volunteerism group, and Changemakers United, our under-40 group come together to decide what needs in our community they can make the biggest impact on. They focus on ways that they can use their particular skills in direct-action volunteerism and awareness-building projects. – Together with the Nashua Telegraph, United Way of Greater Nashua has put together the community volunteering web portal site is open to all local non profits seeking to engage volunteers and all people locally looking for great volunteering opportunities. We encourage you to sign up and begin volunteering today!


Each day of caring, fundraiser, committee, or group provides broad and unique volunteer opportunities. Contact Sara Ceaser, Director of Volunteer and Community Engagement at or (603)864-0201 for more information!

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