Volunteer with our Thriving Communities program

What is Thriving Communities?

Thriving Communities focuses on better meeting the needs of the Latino Community and obtaining program grants aimed at decreasing health disparities within the Latino and other marginalized communities. United Way of Hunterdon County continues to partner with the YMCA of Hunterdon, ShopRite of Hunterdon County (including Flemington and Clinton stores), the Flemington Area Food Pantry, and the faith-based community to expand the breadth of programming.

What volunteer opportunities are available?

  • Event volunteers

Who can volunteer for this program?

  • Spanish speaking individuals to help communicate to our clients
  • Volunteers with availability on weekends or evenings
  • Students (middle school and older, with a parent)
  • Retirees
  • Families

What traits are you looking for in a volunteer?

This program has many facets to suit many skillsets and preferences, and all volunteers are welcome.

We are always looking for Spanish-speaking volunteers, especially to help with translation at the front desk, data entry, client intake, and client communication stages.

When you are working with clients, we ask that you are patient, kind, and that you serve all clients with dignity and respect that is free of bias or discrimination.

We believe every United Way community member, donor, volunteer, advocate, and employee has an obligation to embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion and be actively anti-racist in their thoughts, work, and actions. We ask that all volunteers ready and respect our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement of Principle.