Give your talent. Invest your time.

There are many ways to volunteer in London and Middlesex.
From regular, long-term commitments to one-time activities with your friends and family,
volunteering can have significant benefits for both you and your community.

In your workplace

 

For individuals, coworkers, friends and families

  • Host a third party event for United Way – be creative, have fun, with all proceeds towards United Way’s investments in your community. Contact us for more information.

 

Corporate volunteering

 

For youth and young professionals

 

For students

United Way seeks to provide a learning environment for students from the University of Western Ontario and its affiliated colleges, the Ivey School of Business, and Fanshawe College. Internship or student placement opportunities may be negotiated in areas related to: communications, fund development, and social justice/ social work/ psychology/ sociology. Contact us for more information.

 

In your community

  • United Way regularly learns about opportunities at our 34 funded agencies. On issues related to poverty, mental health, and beginnings & transitions, we can often connect you to volunteer experiences at these agencies and programs
  • United Way and its funded agencies always benefit from pro-bono skills in areas like communications, event planning, strategic planning, and information technology
  • United Way is a member of the Pillar Nonprofit Network, which provides a community database of volunteer opportunities
  • Here is a great opportunity to make change happen in your community!  Get your workplace, family, friends or school involved with a product drive.  Choose an agency and challenge your colleagues to start collecting the much-needed products. To get started and to learn more click here!
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