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Volunteer In Your Community

Who can volunteer?

As unique individuals with unique life experiences, we all have valuable skills to share.Our time and unique skills and experience can lift others in our community. The simple act of giving your time to volunteer in your community feels great!   

As parents, we want to guide our children to become healthy and ethical adults. How can you lead your child to become a compassionate adult? Community service and volunteerism answer that question. Yes, even children can volunteer, and it's important to teach our children that it's just as wonderful to give as it is to receive. Show your child that it is "cool" to care for others; the rewards of volunteering last a lifetime.

How Can I Find Out Who Needs Volunteers? How Do I Sign Up?

If you are outside the Treasure Valley, call 2-1-1 and we can direct you to your regional United Way volunteer contact or to organizations in your area that may have contacted us looking for volunteers.

The Idaho Department of Labor hosts a volunteerism and community service web site:

The United Way of Treasure Valley’s Volunteer Center is a great resource to find volunteer opportunities. Through the Volunteer Center, you can volunteer to help in cities of your choice, performing services that you choose.

Sign up for volunteer opportunities that are currently available:


If there is not a current volunteer opportunity that fits your interests,you can register for future volunteer possibilities.

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