Volunteerism is at the core of all we do. If you’re looking for community volunteer opportunities, this is the place for you! Volunteers are always needed for many projects throughout the county. If you are interested in a volunteer opportunity email us now or call 908-237-1689!
If you are a volunteer who needs to track your hours, here is the link for that. Keeping track of hours is very importat to our organization so thank you!
Below are some of United Way of Hunterdon County’s popular volunteer programs. We also can help you create a Service in a Bag project. Check out how easy volunteering can be!
United Way of Hunterdon County works with local businesses, organizations, schools, families and individuals to bring holiday gifts to hundreds of low-income individuals and families throughout Hunterdon County.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
United Way of Hunterdon County offers FREE tax preparation assistance to working, low-to-moderate wage earning families and individuals to help them save money and claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax credits they qualify to receive. Volunteer to help put dollars back into the pockets of the people who earned it and back into our community. United Way of Hunterdon county is currently looking for volunteers to become certified volunteer tax assitors, volunteer greeters/screeners and translators.
Tools 4 School
Individuals, employee groups and service organizations collect donations of new school supplies for local students from hardworking families who cannot afford to purchase even basic supplies.
Day of Caring
Day of Caring projects serve to build team spirit within an organization, to teach employees and residents more about United Way’s impact in the community and to make a difference to our neighbors in need. To arrange a Day of Caring for your group, please contact Amy Andersen at (908) 782-3414 ext. 24 or check out the United Way of Hunterdon County
Board and Committee Opportunities
Your individual talents and interests can help make a difference in our community by serving on one of the leadership committees described below. Committee responsibilities include:
- Resource Investment Committee – review and assess agencies and programs applying to receive funding from United Way of Hunterdon County.
- Resource Development Committee – assist with developing and improving account relationships, recruit and maintain donors.
- Community Volunteer Center Commitee - oversee the strategy guiding the work at the volunteer and oversee the bricks-and-mortar operation.
- If you would like more information, please contact Bonnie Duncan.
Other Special Skills
Your individual talents and interests can also help make a difference as we seek to better serve our community.
IT and other network / computer skills
Financial / analytical skills
Marketing/graphic design and other communication skills
For more information on how you can help, please contact Amy Andersen.