|YOUR TIME CAN TRANSFORM LIVES|
Everyday United Way of Siouxland is creating positive change in our community. But we can't do it without people like you.
United Way of Siouxland is looking for community minded people to help us improve people's lives by helping with our annual campaign and building a strong community.
Will you join our movement & help build a stronger Siouxland for tomorrow?
Our campaign volunteers are essential to our mission. With your help, we are able to connect and partner with local businesses and their employees in order to tell the United Way story and raise awareness about how investing in United Way is changing lives in our community.
Why should you get involved?
It takes everyone doing their part to create real change and to improve people's lives. As a United Way Campaign Volunteer you will be ambassadors for United Way during the campaign by answering questions, helping company coordinators with their campaigns, or reaching out to new organizations and building new relationships.
Would you like more information on joining the UN1TE movement?
If you would like to learn more, please email us or call 712.255.2961. You can download a flyer HERE if you know someone who might be interested.
|YOU CAN make a big impact in siouxland|
Every year United Way of Siouxland makes critical investments in programs to positively impact our community through our Community Impact Process.
The Community Impact Process invests funds raised during the annual campaign. Funds are distributed in the areas of Education, Income, and Health to impact the goals outlined in our Agenda for Change. Diverse, dedicated volunteers lend their time and talent to lead the process.
What is the role of the volunteers in the Community Impact Process?
We depend on the leadership of volunteers from across the community to guide the sound investment of funds entrusted to us by generous donors. These volunteers provide insight and oversight to ensure that programs deliver solid results. Working in teams, volunteers review funding applications and make recommendations for future funding.
Would you like more information on getting involved?
|Women's power lunch committee|
||This committee of over 25 women welcomes any new volunteer who is interested in event planning. Our Women's Power Lunch is held each April and proceeds are used to fund scholarships for single parents. Volunteer roles involve assisting with media, decorations, menu choices, Power of the Purse raffle, VIP reception planning and assistance the day of the event. For more information on getting involved, please email us|
|united way of siouxland events planner|
|Our Special Events Planning Committee welcomes new volunteers to assist with planning the United Way Campaign Kickoff and A.S. Garretson Society Reception. The committee meets monthly May - September to plan the two primary events. Tasks include determining a theme, designing the invitation, food, decorations, and promotion. For more information about getting involved, please email us|
|big brothers big sisters|
||Be a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters - it's easy! Your "little" can join you for the kinds of activities you already like to do such as: shooting hoops, playing board games, sharing a pizza, taking a walk in the park, attending monthly Big Brother Big Sister match activities, or simply spending time together and talking. Must be 16 years or older. Individuals, couples, and families are welcome to volunteer. Email Barb Mickelson or call 712.239.9890.|
|council on sexual assault & domestic violence|
||A variety of opportunities are available at CSADV ranging from helping in the shelter with childcare, fundraising, and office work. Volunteers who wish to work directly with clients must attend a 32 hour training certification. Email Deb Hogan or visit www.csadvsiouxland.org for more information.|
|mary j. treglia community house|
Mary Treglia holds adult ESL classes Monday - Thursday from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM and is in need of volunteers to serve as:
Conversation Partners - help implement speaking activities that the staff has designed, or facilitate conversations. The goal is simply to get people talking - in English - even if they make mistakes!
Computer Helpers - need not have extensive computer skills to help with computers - many of the students are still figuring out how to use a mouse, while others are ready to learn to create a resume.
Volunteers can help as much as they want, but even if you have only one hour a week available, you are welcome! Email Wes Bell or call 712.258.5137.
|The Sanford Community Center has a great opportunity to volunteer as a tutor or help elementary children progress their reading skills. Volunteer hours are Monday - Thursday 4:00 PM to 4:45 PM. Email Fitz Grant or call 712.252.0581.|
|Siouxland center for active generations|
|There are many volunteer opportunities available within the weekly programs and activities. They are always looking for new class suggestions and leaders for those classes. If interested please contact Deb Poss at 712.255.1729.|
|Women Aware is looking for office helpers. Office assistance is needed anytime Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Basic computer skills are needed and information must be kept confidential. Email Katie Colling or call 712.258.4174.|