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Lend A Hand In Your Community

Volunteer 

Skills. Purpose. Community.

 

Volunteers are the heart and soul of United Way. Our volunteers are involved in almost every aspect of our organization – from delivering groceries to homebound people to rappelling down a building as part of a fundraiser to making funding decisions and helping manage our finances.

 

Food Drives
Women’s Hygiene Drives
Card Writing
Delivering Food to Homebound People
Food Distribution Within the Community
Helping at Events
Being “On Call” to Help With Projects as Needed
Office Assistance
Writing
Graphic Design
Fundraising
Networking
Video
Tutoring
Supply Kit Packaging
Events Planning
Committee Work Addressing Community Needs

 

These are just some of the projects that volunteers help us with. You can find information about volunteering at United Way’s ongoing projects HERE or visit http://www.volunteergreaternahua.org to find out about volunteer needs throughout the community.

 

If you have a specific skill you think could be valuable to us and want to help, please let us know by contacting us at info@unitedwaynashua.org or (603)882-4011.

 

 

Volunteer Greater Nashua

The web portal, Volunteer Greater Nashua is a great place for people who are interested in volunteering can find organizations who need help. It can be found at http://www.volunteergreaternashua.org and is hosted by United Way of Greater Nashua.

Volunteers can search by the type of project they are interested in, the date range they’d like to volunteer during, or by zip code. Projects range from helping the Red Cross with blood drives to working on urban garden plots. Volunteers can register for projects directly through the site and organizations can post their projects.

 

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

 


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