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WE OFFER A VARIETY OF WAYS TO VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME
TO HELP OUR COMMUNITIES

We all have special talents and things we can do to help. When we extend a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. Whether it’s reading to children, leading financial literacy classes for hard-working families or checking in on seniors, there are always opportunities to get involved.

SENIOR LINK- ARE YOU OK PHONE CALLS

We provide telephone reassurance calls to the areas older or disabled individuals who are homebound. Volunteers are matched with individuals to call them once a week at a scheduled time to not only provide the individual with social interaction but also to ensure their basic needs are being met.

To find out more about this volunteer opportunity, fill out the form at the end of this page. [if clicked goes directly to the form at bottom] Interested in Senior Link for yourself, friend or family member?

SENIOR FRAUD PREVENTION

Help educate people, especially seniors, on how to avoid financial scams, fraud and even predatory lending.
To find out more about this volunteer opportunity, fill out the form at the end of this page.

DAY OF ACTION/DAY OF CARING

Volunteers from around the community come together to serve partnering non-profits. United Way matches participating non-profits with motivated volunteers from local businesses and service groups who dedicate their time and effort to improve our community.

PRE-K BUDDIES

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Early childhood learning, up to age 5, is key to a child’s future in school and learning. Pre-K Buddies work with teachers in the classroom to help students with activities such as reading, playing games, doing puzzles and other activities that help improve children’s social and language skills.
To find out more about this volunteer opportunity, fill out the form at the end of this page.

RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP)

This program pairs volunteers aged 55+ with opportunities to make a difference in our communities. RSVP volunteers are matched with organizations in the focus areas of Economic Opportunity, Early Childhood Education, Environmental Stewardship, Disaster Services, Healthy Futures and Veterans Support.
To find out more about this volunteer opportunity, fill out the form at the end of this page.

READ UNITED

Read United works to instill a love of reading through one-on-one tutoring. Heart of Indiana United Way’s Read United program pairs volunteers with third-grade students who are struggling to read at grade level. Volunteers read with two students (30 minutes each). Together, the student and volunteers read, discuss, and write about their books.

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